Fuller’s pubs host NFL London Games teams
London hosted the NFL London Games for the fourth year in a row, where six of the top NFL teams battled it out in front of thousands of fans at Wembley Stadium in the three-game International series.
Fuller’s was lucky enough to be chosen to host the teams and their fans for the third consecutive year - in three of our iconic London pubs.
Here is a summary of the NFL action in Fuller’s pubs for 2018.
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The NFL teams visited The Admiralty and The Barrowboy and Banker, which they have visited in previous years, and this year they also added The Counting House to their list.
The three Central London pubs were taken over for three weeks with American-themed food and drink specials, guest appearances from former players, and exclusive fan hub zones where NFL fans could meet their American Football idols.
A catching atmosphere at Fuller’s pubs
The NFL team cheerleaders and mascots hyped up the crowds, and the pubs had their biggest turnout of NFL fans to date. The Fuller’s pubs also showed the matches live for those who weren’t lucky enough to snag a ticket for game-day.
The Admiralty, located at 66 Trafalgar Square in London, was the fan hub for the Oakland Raiders from 8 to 14 October, the LA Chargers from 15 to 21 October and the Philadelphia Eagles from 22 to 28 October.
The Barrowboy & Banker, located at 6-8 Borough High Street, played host to the Seattle Seahawks from 8 to 14 October, and the Tennessee Titans from 19 to 21 October.
The Counting House, located at 50 Cornhill, was the base for fans of the Jacksonville Jaguars from 22 October to 28 October.
Arriving in style: The Eagles NFL team arrives outside The Admiralty.
Mixing and mingling: Eagles fans meet their idols at The Admiralty.
Touch of Gold: Eagles fans get to touch the winning trophy.
Watch this space
The NFL teams may visit Fuller’s pubs in London again next year, so be sure to sign up to our mailing list to become friends with Fuller’s and be the first to know. Next year is already set to be London’s biggest year for NFL yet!