A 25-year-old man from Feltham is one of seven men who have been jailed for killing Arsenal fan Luke Fitzpatrick.
Raphael De Jesus, of Eldridge Close was sentenced to three years, for assisting an offender in the stabbing of the 25-year-old Mr Fitzpatrick, who had been watching a football match with his father in the Ox and Gate pub in Neasden.
The group had stormed into the pub and were chased out by regular customers, but turned and attacked Luke who was nearest to them. He was stabbed to death before the group turned and attacked his father as he cradled his dying son.
They were sentenced at the Old Bailey on Friday June 7.
Christopher Walters, now 24, of Lovett Way, Neasden, and Loen Burton, 17, of Woodcote Avenue, Mill Hill, were both jailed for life for the murder. Walters will spend a minimum of 28 years in prison while Burton will be jailed for at least 17 years.
Abdi Aziz Hassan, 17, of Warren Road, NW2 was jailed for 11 years for manslaughter.
Three other men were also jailed for violent disorder in connection to the attack.