Best places in London to watch the Euros 2020: From outdoor screening spaces to indoor sports bars, we've got you covered with the very best places to watch the football this summer.
Is it too early to say "it's coming home?" The Euros 2020 kicked off on 11 June 2021 and team HELLO! have been scouring the best places to watch all the action. If you live in London or you're planning a trip to the capital, let us help you find the coolest hotspots. We can't wait to support England in the UEFA European Football Championships final on Sunday!
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With tickets to see the England games IRL currently retailing for around £10,000, there's never been a better time to discover where to watch the Euros in London – for a price that won't cost you your rent allowance.
Discover the very best restaurants, rooftops, pubs, bars and more in London to watch the UEFA Euro 2020 games and get ready for an unforgettable summer of socialising.
Best places in London to watch the Euros 2020 final
With the Summer of Sport in full swing, Cinnamon Kitchen – with locations in Battersea and the City - is ready to welcome sports fans. Kicking off with the Euros, hitting straight into Wimbledon and then hurdling along to the Olympics, make sure you grab a seat in front of the screens to enjoy a summer of sport and spice. If East London works better for you, you can enjoy 2 for 1 Cobras, priced at £5 each! They are also offering a set lunch menu from 12 - 4:30, you can devour delicious plates such as lamb shammi kebab, tandoori achari cauliflower or an old Delhi style chicken curry, all whilst watching football come home!
To book, visit www.cinnamon-kitchen.com
Madera at Treehouse London
The tastiest Mexican food paired with sweeping views across London - what's not to love? Madera at Treehouse London, located just a stone's throw away from Oxford Circus, is hosting a screening this Sunday and offering a £50 match day menu for diners that'll get you tacos, pan plano and either a couple of margaritas or Mexican beers. If you're travelling from afar, make the most of the hotel's Play and Stay package, which includes a 12pm late checkout the following morning.
To book, visit treehousehotels.com
Big Screen, Belair Park in Dulwich
Big Screen London will be bringing Londoners all the action from their outdoor screenings across London. For those keen to make the most of July's incoming heatwave, a giant pop-up screen will appear in Belair Park in Dulwich to showcase the Euros final, where we’re all hoping it will be coming home.
To book tickets, visit www.bigscreen.london
Get set for afternoon G&T’s, bottomless brunches, a refreshing summer cocktail menu and live screenings of Wimbledon and the Euros at King's Road's hippest spot, The Bluebird.
Bluebird Chelsea will be transformed into a quintessentially British Garden this summer, featuring trailing summer flowers and greenery throughout the terrace and bar for a sense of escapism even in the heart of London. The ideal spot to kick back and relax with a spritz in hand, Bluebird Chelsea is the ultimate place to watch the Euros in style.
The Garden, Kentish Town
Football fans are in luck, because North London's largest beer garden is transforming into a Euro 2020 hub for the summer season. The Garden in Kentish Town is set to offer viewings of all the matches on their iconic big screen, as well as tempting beer packages and delicious street food.
Pizza Pilgrims, West India Quay
Football and pizza fans can rejoice as Pizza Pilgrims will be showing EVERY Euro 2020 England and Italy match with bottomless Neapolitan pizza at their West India Quay site in the upcoming weeks.
Matches will be streamed on HD screens at West India Quay (downstairs in the Pizza Playground), with each table guaranteed a great view of the football, catering up to groups of six.
Tickets are priced at £40 pp and will include bottomless Neapolitan pizza, 4x drinks tokens (including pitches of beer and Aperol spritz) as well as 2.5 hours to enjoy the match.
Euro Warehouse, Tottenham
The team behind The Cause and Costa Del Tottenham have created a cavernous space that co-founder Stuart Glen says ‘has all the hallmarks of a 1989 warehouse party’. It’s the perfect place to watch the Euros for 2021’s summer of love.
Set in a spectacular new space just down the road from the main Costa Del Tottenham site, Euro Warehouse will feature every game from 11 June to the final on 11 July 2021 with 300 tickets for every game starting at just £7.50 per head. The vast space will be laid out with German beer tables across its double-height warehouse creating one of the largest spaces to watch the Euros in the capital this summer.
Vinegar Yard, London Bridge
Situated in the heart of London Bridge with unbeatable views of The Shard, local's favourite Vinger Yard is set to show all the Euro 2020 games this season on their anti-glare LED screen with high quality audio played from the PA system. Tickets are free, but a minimum spend applies for all the home nations games.
Flat Iron Square, London Bridge
Football's coming home… to Flat Iron Square this summer. Kicking off on Friday 11 June with ‘Turkey vs Italy’, Flat Iron Square be showing all the big matches from this year's Euros on our huge outdoor screens. Join us to experience the beautiful game with an electric atmosphere, delicious food and (of course) beer!
Skylight, Tobacco Dock
You can't beat a view of London's skyline and a perfect view of the games on a giant screen. Skylight at Tobacco Dock is set to be the place to watch the Euros this summer. Like many spots, tickets will need to be booked for the games up until 20 June.
Bounce Bar, Farringdon
You'll be pumped to watch the Euros at Farringdon's Bounce bar, with two hours of bottomless pizza and beer on tap available for those who can't wait to get stuck to the big screen.
Possibly one of the most iconic places to watch the UEFA European Championship in London this summer, Trafalgar Square's Fan Zone will be open for England matches as well as the semi-finals and final.
Tickets are required for the Fan Zone and a free, public ballot process will be in place for those wishing to attend.
Potters Field, Tower Bridge
Potters Fields Park is reopening its Football Village for the duration of the tournament this summer. The Football Village set opposite London's stunning Tower Bridge is free to attend, with cultural entertainment, sports and community activities, food and drink stalls and screens to watch selected matches and highlights available for all.
However, it's worth mentioning that if you're hoping to watch an England game, you'd be better off venturing elsewhere, as no England games will be shown at Potters Fields Park – it's designed as a space for families and local people to enjoy the London summer, relax, and soak up the festival atmosphere.
Vauxhall Food and Beer Garden
Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden is one of the best places to watch Euro 2020 in London for its bustling vibe and stellar lineup of food and drink vendors. Make the most of the great British summer by hunkering down here and watching every game on the massive outdoor screen.
The Distillery Bankside, Southwark
If you favour a restaurant over a rooftop, The Distillery Bankside will welcome guests in a vibrant and sophisticated setting with TV screens for all to watch the games.
Football fans will be able to enjoy a choice of drinks and food from the new menu or savour the Euro 2021 Package of a pitcher of beer and a plate of the restaurant’s famous Foxy Fries for just £15.
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