This Monday, enjoy a free post Super Bowl coffee in London with NFL UK

This Monday, enjoy a free post Super Bowl coffee in London with NFL UK

This Sunday thousands of NFL fans in the UK will be staying up late to watch one of the hottest contests in the league’s 100-season history as the Kansas City Chiefs face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV in Miami. The two teams are so closely matched that even the leading experts are torn in their predictions of who will lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

In celebration of the world-famous sporting spectacle, NFL UK asked NFLGirlUK to share the new they’ve teamed up with Party in a Pavilion, a specialty coffee roaster in Sloane Square, to help fans stay alert post Super Bowl with a FREE coffee on Monday morning.

Where to get your free post Super Bowl coffee

To get the caffeine fix, all fans need to do is turn up between 8am and 12pm on Monday, February 3, wearing their favourite NFL jersey, and they will receive a free coffee of their choice.

Neil Reynolds, Sky Sports presenter and NFL writer says: “I’ll be over in Miami covering the Super Bowl but if I was in the UK a free coffee would be gratefully received! I’m often back at work early the next day following a late NFL Sunday and that can be tough. Having access to lots of coffee is essential to making it through the day, so a freebie for NFL fans is a great way to reward fans for their commitment and give them a helping hand!”

Party in the Pavilion, part of the Roasting Party, can be found at 253 Pavilion Road, Chelsea, London, SW1X 0BP. With a sporting interest and a passion for coffee, they are the perfect place to score a post Super Bowl drink.

Watch all the Super Bowl LIV action from Miami this Sunday, February 2, on BBC One, Sky Sports Action and NFL Game Pass and listen live on talkSPORT, kick-off 11.30 p.m.

Liz Bhandari

Liz has covered the NFL for five seasons, and currently serves as Managing Editor for Ninety-Nine Yards and for her own website, NFLGirlUK.com. Since launching the website in 2014, she has made regular appearances on the TalkSport2 ‘All American Sports Show’ with Nat Coombs and in 2016 was ranked No.37 (of 400+) in the “Super Bowl: Top 50 UK Influencers” by marketing software producers Analytica for “igniting conversations” between fans.

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