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Where to eat, drink and watch the Euros in London

where to watch the euros in londonOver in the Docklands, Skylight is among the larger London venues offering bookable tables and big screens to watch the matches on.

In addition to all the London pubs showing the Euro 2020 games, we've put together a handy list of some of London's largest outdoor venues to book a table at for the key games this summer. Looking for a place to watch the final? Start here. 

North London

Euro Warehouse - Up in Tottenham, this new space for the summer will be showing all games with 300 tickets for every match. There'll be German beer tables across the double-height warehouse making it one of the largest spaces to watch the Euros in London.

The Garden Kentish Town - Another new London beer garden, launching just in time to take advantage of the tournament. It has two huge LED screens, loads of street food and offers a range of food and drink packages for footie fans.

The Goodness Brewing Company - this Turnpike Lane brewery is putting on all the matches - craft beer, pizza and football, what's not to like?

The Camden Beer Hall - this new taproom by the Camden Town Brewery has a big screen under its huge arch and will be showing most games. Book a table and enjoy food by Theo Randall. 

 

South London

Vauxhall Beer and Food Garden - Under the train arches at Vauxhall, they have three huge LED screens showing the matches alongside the street food and two bars (plus events on the side too)

The Perry Hill Pub (Catford) - This revamped pub has a huge garden that now has screens to let you watch the match too (and more screens inside the pub). 

Belleville Brewing Co - in Wandsworth, this taproom will be showing the key games on big screens with tables available inside and out.

Gypsy Hill Brewery Taproom - games are shown on big screens in the air conditioned taproom with food including pizzas, wraps and hot dogs from great street food traders. 

London Bridge Rooftop - Every game from this summer's Euro championships will be shown on the rooftop via their 4m cinema screen and 5 ultra HD TVs. Food comes courtesy of Borough Market’s Ginger Pig & Vegan Burgers and refreshments from Local Four Pure beers.

Pop Brixton - Enjoy the matches on giant 2m X 3.5m screens while enjoying street food and craft beers. You can book ahead for England matches but there are also walk-in spaces reserved for each game.

The Refinery Bankside - For one of the largest outdoor screens in the capital, head down to The Refinery Bankside’s alfresco terrace, just a short walk from Southwark and Waterloo stations. Knitted out with plenty of deck chairs, a large HD screen, and a fully stocked bar at all times, don’t miss a penalty, ace or serve this summer – book your spot today!

Vinegar Yard (London Bridge) This outdoor beer garden is teaming up with Adidas for what they say is "one of the biggest garden screens in the Capital. All matches are being shown, there's seating for hundreds of fans laid out around one giant central garden screen and special game food and drink packages on offer.

Hope & Anchor - There are more than 20 large TV screens to watch at this Brixton pub. Even better, book a sport hut in the garden with your own private TV screen.

Flat Iron Square (London Bridge) - They're showing every match on their outside screens, with booking available as the group matches are announced. 

 

East London

Gibney's (Old Street) - Underneath Daffodil Mulligan, there's a huge screen at Gibney's where you can watch the match with one of London's best pints of Guinness in your hand. 

Five Points Brewery - The brewery will be screening the games every Thursday - Sunday. It's a fiver for a guaranteed seat - and you'll get a drink with that too.

Fanpark - Oval Space - Oval Space has had a Euros makeover for the summer - there'll be pre-match DJs, huge anti-glare screens for all the action, and packages which include drinks and a pie - some of which are hosted by footie legends.

Hackney Bridge - Down by the canal in Hackney they've got a giant 2m x 3.5m screen for the matches and are promising special food and drink deals for midweek games.

Skylight Rooftop - In the Docklands Skylight has a giant screen on its rooftop, alongside smaller ones under the pergola. And if you want to go private, their Dock St Bar is available for booking, with private service and a dedicated bar team. Look out for Budweiser special events throughout the summer too.

Truman's Social Club - With high definition screens inside and out, this Hackney Wick spot is a great place to catch matches, if you can nab tickets.

Brigadiers (City) - Every area of the restaurant will be streaming the matches and they're also adding special Saturday Sports Meals for the weekend which includes their Brigadiers Butter Chicken Burger. They also promise "the world’s only Camden Town Brewery craft beer vending machine". 

Pizza Pilgrims (West India Quay) are offering Infinity (aka unlimited) pizza that should keep you well-fed while the games are on. 

 

West London

The Hawk's Nest - The Euros matches will be shown on a big screen in the back with additional TVs around this Shepherd's Bush alfresco venue.

The Prince - Every England game, and the knockout stages, will be shown live on 2 large projectors and 9 HD screens across the whole venue, with ticket-holders guaranteed a view of the action and pint of Camden Hells.

Pergola Paddington - there are 26 large HD screens across this venue, with ticket-holders guaranteed a view of the action and a pint of Camden Hells

 

Across London

Boxpark - All the Boxpark venues - in Shoreditch, Wembley and Croydon - will be hosting fanparks for the duration of the tournament. Expect special guests and a great atmosphere with booking required for most key matches. 

 

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