If you are the kind of person who calls ‘football’ ‘soccer’, you’ll know that this Sunday is Super Bowl Sunday. With around 90 million viewers worldwide, it’s the most watched American television broadcast of the year so expect epically expensive adverts. The halftime entertainment is a pretty big deal and this year Beyoncé has added it to her busy work schedule. There are rumors of a Destiny’s Child reunion and even a bit of mimeless live singing (ouch). It will also be the 9th anniversary of the world getting a peek at Janet Jackson nipple. Whether or not there will be any wardrobe malfunctions this year remains to be seen.This one is called ‘Superbowl XLVII’ and it’s the Baltimore Ravens against the San Francisco 49ers. Whoever wins will be the NFL 2012 champion. Here’s some places to enjoy the game… Jude Brosnan
The Maple Leaf
This Canadian bar in Covent Garden has three big screens for optimum viewing, an array of Canadian and American snacks, a bunch of competitions, giveaways and a raffle to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
11pm. £10 which includes admission and a £5 drink ticket. Visit Maple Leaf London to pre-book.
Jet Lag Bar
These guys have live music, food, a 15ft cinema screen and a 60” LED screen. Pow.
£10 on the door. Upper Class Ticket: £45 (includes entry, American buffet and a guaranteed seat) Jet Lag Bar Superbowl Party.
This Hampstead pub has a new Boot room viewing area open just in time for the Superbowl. Burgers and hot dogs will be on the menu.
£10 includes a free bottle of beer on arrival White Horse.
Carlsberg Sports Bar
This place is designed specifically for watching sport, so they know what they are doing. There will be themed drinks, nachos, hot dogs and burgers.
Free entrance. See casinolsq.com.
Roadtrip Bar Shoreditch
This late night bar at the gateway of Shoreditch promises beers, burgers and pizza – an impressive end to January’s diet. With its rock and roll vibe it’s the perfect setting for a Superbowl screening party.
Free entrance. Roadtrip Bar.