Where to watch the Euros 2024 in Bristol

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Bristol has some great places, from pubs and bars to open spaces, where you can watch the Euros this year - check out our list of the best

Bristol Fan Park

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39-46 Feeder Road, Bristol, BS2 0SE

After successful Euro 22 and World Cup 23 events, 4TheFans is back in Bristol with the Euro 24 FanPark at the site of the former Propyard. As the name states, 4TheFans specialise in putting together events that are specifically designed with the main event in mind; for each England game, 2,500 hardcore fans will watch the action on a giant seven-metre screen with anti-glare technology, backed up by a world-class sound system. The program of events features frills-free food, DJ sets and an interactive show with guest appearances from football legends including manager Ian Holloway and former England striker Emile Heskey! 

Early bird tickets start from £6, with tables seats available from £20 - click here to book


Rack’s Bar & Kitchen

Outdoor seating area of The Clifton Pavilion, surrounded by black barriers, with large umbrellas and string lights. Wooden picnic tables are in the foreground, and the background features a historical building with large windows and white walls, under a twilight sky.
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All games in the Euros 2024 (even the England games!) are free to watch, although Rack’s require a £10 deposit to book a table (which can then be used for food and drinks), and they are taking bookings for groups of up to twenty people.


Ashton Gate Independence Sports Bar

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Bristol-Sport.co.uk

Watch the England games in the Euros 2024 on the largest indoor pub screen in the country - the atmosphere is guaranteed to be electric.


King Street Brew House

A dimly lit, crowded bar filled with people socializing and enjoying drinks. Patrons are gathered at the bar counter, chatting and drinking, with colorful lights and decorations enhancing the lively atmosphere. The background has brick walls and various wall hangings.
KingStreetBrewHouse.co.uk

A popular pub/bar with its own brewery attached - what more could you want?

There will be no charge to watch any of the Euro 2024 games and places will mostly go to walk-ins, with some group bookings available for non-England games in the Tank Room.


Strike Fan Zone at Bristol and Bath Science Science Park

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Dirac Crescent, Emersons Green, Bristol BS16 7FR

It’s a bus ride out of town but it’s worth it - following the huge success of their 2022 World Cup fan zone, Bristol and Bath Science Park are bringing back the Strike Fan Zone for fans to watch all the action of the England games on a colossal seven-metre screen, with festivities - including live entertainment, food stalls and bars - beginning two hours before kick-off. With a screen that big plus Bratwurst and beer, it’s probably the closest you’ll get to watching it in Germany without buying yourself a plane ticket!

It’s also really good value for money, with a limited number of free tickets for the first matches, before rising to only £2.36. You can get a table anywhere for up to six people for as little as £10.84, but a seat close to the screen will cost £2.04 - book here.