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Where to watch the 2024 Euros live in London – from sports bars to big screens



You can enjoy the game with other fans around London. (Picture: TOLGA AKMEN/AFP via Getty Images)

It’s almost time! Euro 2024 is about to get underway and football fans will likely be gearing up to find out whether or not it will be coming home this summer.

The tournament kicks off in Germany on June 14, with the very first match seeing the hosting nation clash against Scotland that evening. England’s first Euro fixture won’t be until Sunday, June 16, when they’ll be playing Serbia at 8pm.

And no matter whether you want to watch one game, or get stuck in and follow the whole thing, there are plenty of places around London that’ll be hosting screenings – so you can cheer on the teams with fellow fans, and enjoy some deals on food and drink at the same time.

From sports bars, to rooftops and big screens – here’s where you can watch the 2024 Euros live in London.

Some venues are screening all of the Euro matches this summer. (Picture: Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)

Central London

BrewDog, Waterloo

London’s biggest bar is already a fun place to be, thanks to its indoor slide and secret speakeasy, but it’s going to be a real paradise for football fans over the next month, screening every match.

Expect huge HD screens, massive beer bars, a bowling alley, and more. There will also be tasty food on offer for those that have worked up an appetite in this adult’s playground of sorts.

Location: Unit G, Waterloo Station, 01 The Sidings, London SE1 7BH

Price: free entry


The Piano Works, Covent Garden and Farringdon

The Piano Works will be offering the ultimate viewing experience for fans, with screens in both the Covent Garden and Farringdon branches throughout the month.

There will be pre-match happy hours where customers can nab £4 pints, 2-4-1 cocktails and house wine for £15. Those who book a table for England games can also enjoy a burger and fries with a pint or glass of prosecco for £15.

Those who want to really make a night of it can also go bottomless for £35 per person, throughout the length of a match.

Only the England games will have sound on, all others will have sound turned off during the match.

Location: Gillian Lynne Theatre, Parker Street, London, WC2B 5PW

Price: free entry


Market Halls, Victoria

Market Halls in Victoria will be screening the Euros inside the venue (not on the rooftop). Booking is open now on the website and is advised.

Location: 91 Victoria St, SW1E 5NE

Price: free entry


Theodore Bullfrog, Charing Cross

Young’s Pubs across London will be screening the Euros 2024, offering a number of deals, including a food and drinks packages for groups of six that includes options such as beef sliders with parmesan fries, a Ploughman’s board, vegetarian snack boards, as well as beer buckets and bottle and mixer packages.

The Theodore Bullfrog is a stone’s throw from Charing Cross station, is packed with large screens and fully stocked with craft beers and lagers. The menu includes buffalo chicken wings and a bavette steak sandwich to enjoy during matches.

Booking is available on the pub’s website right now, it’s free to book. Larger groups could also consider booking a private room to enjoy the fun.

Location: 26-30, John Adam Street, WC2N 6HL

Price: free entry


100 Wardour St, Soho

The Soho venue will be showing all Euro 2024 England games in the downstairs restaurant and club. Games will be shown on the big screen and tickets cost £5, the price of which includes a beer.

There will also be a special menu which consists of a bucket of beers (£49), buffalo chicken wings, beef burger with cheese and burger sauce, hot dog with crispy shallots, and veggie burgers with harissa mayo.

Location: 100 Wardour St, London, W1F 0TL

Price: £5 a ticket


The Piano Works will be hosting Euros screenings in Covent Garden and Farringdon. (Picture: The Piano Works)

South London

Boxpark, Croydon (Wembley, and Shoreditch also)

All of London’s Boxpark locations will be hosting live screenings, showing all games on big screens.

You can register your interest for free, although this will not guarantee entry. General admission tickets are now on sale for the matches, with a general admission and one drink ticket costing £11.13 for the first match on June 14.

Alternatively for £21.67 you can purchase a general admission ticket, which includes one drink and a £10 food token.

Location: 99 George Street, Croydon, CR0 1LD

Price: tickets from £11.13


Neverland London, Wandsworth

Neverland will be hosting a Euros experience on their outdoor beach with a massive screen. Guests can sit outside or cosy up in the covered pergola, which has two more screens.

Tickets cost £7, the price of which includes one house beer/wine or soft drink.

Location: Wandsworth Bridge, London, SW6 2TY

Price: tickets £7


TOCA Social, O2 Arena

What better place to watch football than at an immersive football experience venue? That’s exactly what TOCA is, and the venue will be screening all the Euros matches in its bar areas, or in private rooms which you can book for up to 30 people.

Location: Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX

Price: standing tickets start from £5, with table tickets starting from £40


Metropolis London, Albert Embankment

This brand new venue under the railway arches at Albert Embankment will be screening the Euros.

There’s plenty of street food to choose from, as well as a bar, garden, and live entertainment.

Location: 72-72 Albert Embankment, London, SE11 5AW

Price: free entry


Flat Iron Square, Southwark

Every match of the tournament will be broadcast on 18 screens at Flat Iron Square, and tables are available to book for all games.

General admission tickets for England games start from £11.25 and include a free pint of Budweiser. Table packages start from £255 for eight people.

Location: 45 Southwark St, London, SE1 9HP

Price: tickets from £11.25


Brewer’s Inn, Wandsworth

One of the original Young’s pubs in Wandsworth, Brewer’s Inn will be bringing the match-day atmosphere with mouth-watering burgers, buckets of beer and prime viewing space across its screens.

For those coming with their squad, look to the Brew Room for a private screening with not just one, but two screens and a range of dining packages to share. Plus, you can continue the festivities post-match down in Jones’s Secret Cellar Bar – also available to hire.

Location: 147 East Hill, Wandsworth, SW18 2QB

Price: free entry


Nine Elms Tavern, Nine Elms

A favourite for sports fans, the Nine Elms Tavern will have plenty of sharers and drinks packages to keep everyone match-ready.

For those wanting to watch the games in style, there’s also a semi-private mezzanine with bar, screens and a riverside view.

Location: Riverlight Quay, Nine Elms Lane, SW11 8AY

Price: free entry


Clapham Grand, Clapham

All of England’s Euros games will be shown on the massive 24ft cinema screen at Clapham Grand, as well as on additional plasma screens and projector screens around the building.

The doors will be open from 6:30pm on match days, with kick off at 8pm. There will be DJs, sing-a-longs to fan anthems, hot food available and deals on beers.

Ticket prices will vary, depending on whether you want to stand, sit, have a table, or buy out a royal box. Prices will start from £10, with standing tickets including a free beer.

Location: Clapham Junction, 21-25 St John’s Hill, SW11 1TT

Price: tickets starting from £10


Market Place, Peckham 

There are several Market Place locations across London, including Peckham and Vauxhall. Both of these venues will be screening England games and the Euro final.

While there you can chow down on a range of street food from vendors, and grab yourself £5 pints of beer or cider. There will also be bottomless brunch packages available for £35, with a £15 food voucher and two hours of unlimited drinks.

Location: Unit 10, The Aylesham Centre, Rye Lane, London, SE15 5EQ

Price: free entry


Vinegar Yard, London Bridge

Vinegar Yard is teaming up with Lucozade to create an England fan zone during the Euros. Expect a massive screen, ice cold pints, and a selection of food from various vendors.

VIP booths and table packages are available, but tickets for the alfresco garden are only available for groups of eight. Each ticket includes entry, a beer, and a street food voucher.

For groups smaller than this, the courtyard bar to the left of the main site will be showing all the action. England games are ticketed and the price includes a free drink, but non-England games are free.

Tickets for England vs Slovenia are sold out, but tickets are still available for England vs Serbia and England vs Denmark. Prices start from £240 for a group of eight.

Location: 72-82 St Thomas St, London, SE1 3QX

Price: free for non-England games, ticket prices vary for England games


Pop Brixton, Brixton

Every Euros match is being screened at Pop Brixton, which is one of the largest al fresco street food venues in London. There will be food traders and retail as well as many bars.

Tickets range from £5 for entry to England games, or £15 for those who also want a £10 food token for any vendor.

All other Euro matches are free to enter, or you can pay £10 for a food token.

Location: 49 Brixton Station Road, London, SW9 8PQ

Price: £5 for England matches, free for other matches


North London

Big Penny Social, Walthamstow

Big Penny Social is going all out for the tournament, installing a giant new LED HD screen, putting another big screen in their beer garden, setting off pyrotechnics for big game moments, adding extra beer taps so punters don’t have to wait, and having a house band provide entertainment at all England matches.

Tickets are on sale for England matches now, with prices starting from £10.

Location: 1 Priestly Way, London, E17 6AL

Price: tickets from £10


Dalston Roofpark, Dalston

The venue’s FH3 warehouse venue will be transforming into a 4theFans space to watch the big Euros games, with anti-glare big screens, food and drink, an interactive show, live DJ and football legend Paul Robinson making a guest appearance.

General admission tickets are available now for £28.31, the price of which includes a drink, or you can opt for VIP tickets which cost more but include a table seat with the ‘best view’.

Location: 22 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL

Price: tickets from £28.31


Grand Junction Arms, Harlesden

With a garden boasting private lodges with screens, the Grand Junction Arms is a great option for enjoying the match while soaking up the sun (hopefully) with buckets of beer and summer spritzes.

Location: Acton Lane, Canal Bridge, Park Royal, NW10 7AD

Price: free entry


East London 

Bar Kick, Shoreditch

With 12 huge screens around the pub, you won’t miss a minute of the action during a match, no matter where you’re stood. You’ll also be able to enjoy burgers, fried chicken, and a number of drinks during the games.

Location: 127 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JE

Price: free entry


Barrio, Shoreditch

Barrio – which is known for its tequila, tacos, and Latin flavours – will be hosting Euros screenings with big screens. And there are several food and drinks deals for fans to take advantage of.

Packages include Tommy’s Platter (£50) which has a giant jug of Tommy’s Margarita, and a mixed food platter for four people. Or there’s the £50 beers and platter, which gets you four beers and a mixed food platter for four.

Location: 141-143 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JE

Price: free entry


Sports Bar & Grill, Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is hosting a summer of sport this year, with various venues in the area hosting Euros screenings and events.

Every Euros fixture will be screened at the Sports Bar & Grill, which has free entry and a number of food and drink offers.

Location: 1 Crossrail Pl, London, E14 5AR

Price: free entry


The Grocer, Spitalfields

The Grocer is a great place to kick back with a drink on the terrace area and people watch shoppers in Spitalfields. You could enjoy a spot of this before watching the Euro matches inside the pub. However, spots are booking up fast, so you’ll want to get in there soon to secure a seat.

Location: 4 Crispin Pl, London E1 6DW

Price: free entry


Bluebird Chelsea is setting up a screen so you can have brunch and watch football. (Picture: Bluebird Chelsea)

West London

Bluebird Chelsea, Chelsea

Bluebird Chelsea will be turning into a football fan ground this month with an outdoor screen on its terrace. You can book tables now to enjoy brunch served with a side of football.

Location: 350 King’s Road, London, SW3 5UU

Price: free entry but food and drink purchases required


The Prince, West Brompton

There will be multiple big screens at this pretty west London pub, which has indoor and outdoor seating. Expect a lot of atmosphere at this party hotspot.

Location: 14 Lillie Rd, London, SW6 1TT

Price: free entry


Westwood Sports Pub & Kitchen, Westfield Shepherd’s Bush

There’s plenty of screens and seating at this sports bar, and every table and booth has a view of at least one screen.

A number of food and drinks packages are available to pre-order, including buckets of beer and Euro menu specials, including Germanic festival classics.

Location: Ariel Way, London, W12 7HB

Price: free entry but booking deposits required when securing tables online


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