Where to Watch the Euros 2024 in London

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Our guide to the best places to watch the Euro '24 football championship finals in London.

Whether you're looking for a bunker vibe or a frankly optimistic outoor viewing (this summer's looking to be our most Baltic yet), we should have you covered. Just don't expect to scroll down and see us recommend any Boxpark. 

Nordic Bar - Fitzrovia

A cozy bar with moody lighting, featuring a ping pong table, a large TV screen showing a sports game, and a corner with couches and tables adorned with drinks. The walls are decorated with framed pictures and shelves displaying various items.

25 Newman Street, W1T 1PN

Popular amongst sports fans year round, the Nordic Bar makes an ideal underground bunker for sports viewing.

One of the cooler places to impress your out-of-towner mates, Nordic Bar combines Scandinavisk, Arcade, and traditional sports bar into one sleek package, with screens all over the shop and enough neon to make a Hong Konger blush.

The menu, which inverts pub classics with a Scandi twist, including Britain's favourite Swedish meatballs and mash, is another string to their already massive bow.

See their website here

Studio 338 - Greenwich

Three women are smiling and holding trays with plastic cups filled with drinks. They are standing in a crowd and each woman is wearing a different football jersey: England, Colombia, and possibly a third team. The atmosphere appears festive and lively.
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338 Boord Street North Greenwich, SE10 0PF 

A surprising addition to the list, Studio 338 is known for its scatty day raves and even scattier all-night parties. Few would assume it's capacity to host a (relatively) wholesome Euro viewing party/fanpark. 

But 338, with its cavernous interior and multiplicity of food and drink options, stands tall in this list. A bonus is that it's of such great size that finding a booking is relatively easy, and prices for group tickets reasonably cheap. Be warned, it's something of a Boxpark vibe. Raincoats and brollys encouraged, and, by some means, essential. 

Find tickets here

The Cornershop – Shoreditch

A lively pub with patrons enjoying their night. The bar is well-lit with colorful lights and sports games are being shown on multiple TV screens. People are seated at tables and bar stools, engaging in conversations. The atmosphere is vibrant and bustling.

123 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JE

A lounge bar that’s a far cry from the usual British boozers, The Cornershop’s low ceilings and club-like décor make for an intimate viewing experience.

Expect a noisy affair that’ll make you regret not wearing wellies, as punters compete for space around the eight screens around the joint. It also turns into a club in the later hours, if you last it that long. 

See their website here

The Lost Hour - Greenwich

A brightly colored, eclectic restaurant with various seating options, including wooden chairs with patterned cushions and a purple booth. The walls are adorned with art and framed pictures. Natural light streams in through large windows, and a staircase is in the background.
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217-219 Greenwich High Rd, SE10 8NB 

A Greenwich staple, The Lost Hour's known for its selection of craft beer (13, to be precise) and genuinely delicious food that transcends pub food.And for international tournaments, The Lost Hour becomes a major hotspot for viewings. 

Cosy, relaxing, and fully loaded with supplies, this may just be a top-tier indoor Euro's spot. And the best part, beer prices are semi-reasonable. However, if it's not beers you're looking for, their comprehensive drinks menu caters to all your drinking needs. 

See their fixture list here

Vinegar Yard – London Bridge

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72-82 St Thomas St, SE1 3QU 

Ideal for big groups, Vinegar Yard boasts an absolutely massive outdoor screen that can accommodate just about anyone’s sightline.

A multi-purpose venue, hosting street food stands and a flea market on weekends, it now has been taken over by ravid England fans for the Euros. Tickets for England games require a booking, with many already booked, but walk-ins are welcome. Expect a queue if you're a jonny-or-janey-come-latey

See their website here

Flat Iron Square - Southwark

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45-47 Southwark Street, London SE1 9HP

If you're bringing a group large enough to make a pub bartender cry, I'd seriously consider an open, courtyard-esque vibe like the one Flat Iron Square offers (not to be confused with the steak restaurant chain that crucially does not show any football). 

Bars dotted in every sightline, an all-day menu with table service to keep you alive, and seats galore, Flat Iron Square is a winner for most big events, but particularly the Euros, where the pub atmosphere goes outdoors. Despite the wide open layout, definitely definitely book to avoid inevitable disappointment. 

See their website here

Clapham Grand

A packed theater with two levels of seated and standing audiences, illuminated by red and warm lights. The ornate interior features intricate decorations, balconies, and railings. Many attendees seem engaged, some taking pictures or recording with their phones.
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21- 25 St. John’s Hill, Clapham, SW11 1TT ·

Typically a music venue, the layout conveniently transforms into something of a Euro viewing party with a capital P. Blending the music venue medium with a boozy sports crowd, the Grand offers the best of both worlds.

A 24ft HD cinema screen is no doubt one of the biggest you can watch the Euros on in London, made all the more superior by their two big screens atop the balcony. If you're worried about not getting a seat at most pubs, or worried about the heaven's opening halfway through a match, Clapham Grand has the answer. 

See their tickets here

The Cause - Dock Road

An outdoor venue with colorful canopy roofs and tables filled with people enjoying food and drinks. The area is decorated with potted palm trees and vibrant murals. In the background, there are multicolored buildings and a blue sky with scattered clouds.
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60 Dock Road, London, E16 1YZ

If it was the music venue party vibe you were looking for, and if the Grand seems to sedate for you, there is no need to look further than The Cause.

Typically operating as one of London's highest rated nightclubs in recent times, it now becomes one of the capital's hottest spots to watch the footy.

Their outdoor courtyard is set to host all the games at a relatively low price point. £120 includes up to 8 people and comes with a free drink each, which, as far as London pub prices go these days, really isn't bad. And of course, the big games come with DJ's performing on the night. On matchdays, after arrival, there is no need to leave until paralysis. 

See their Euro events here

Peckham Levels - Rye Lane

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95A Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST 

A disued carpark transformed into numerous multi-purpose venues, Peckham Level has the perfect spot for the Euros on the sixth floor, with five 65-inch screens across the massive bar and food hall. 

Anticipating group bookings, they also offer a deal for groups of 6 to 8 people that allows two free pints of choice per person (!), and an assortment of classic bar snacks. What a way to impress your out-of-towner chums.

See their website here

Bat and Ball – Stratford

A modern sports bar featuring high-top tables with mixed chairs, a large flat-screen TV showing a soccer game, vibrant neon lighting, and sports-themed decor. The bar is well-stocked, with an open seating and dining area and visible industrial-style design elements.

Unit 1110/11 Westfield Centre, Stratford City, Olympic Park, Montfichet Rd, E20 1EJ

On the theme of big groups, Bat and Ball's massive hall will leave you space for all your footy family. A screen facing every direction, coupled with a highly modern and sleek interior, there’s a reason it’s self-described as the Mecca of Live Sport.

See their website here

Whelan’s – Kingston

A cozy pub interior featuring a wooden bar with red paneling, a wooden table with benches, warm lighting, and large windows allowing natural light. The walls are adorned with various decorations and a sign reading Est. 1978.
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20 Richmond Rd, Kingston Upon Thames, KT2 5EB

A Neuveux Irish pub just past the Kingston railbridge, it looks unremarkable from the outside, before you step in and find screens on almost every wall, including the smoking area with two screens, as well as an Irish-Mexican menu that they somehow pull off.

Great for watching sport the year round, they also have live music in the form of Irish folk nights midweek. Banger of a spot. Just don’t be obnoxiously English; it’s an Irish pub afterall.

See their website here

Pub on the Park - London Fields

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19 Martello Street, London E8 3PE

The aptly named Pub on the Park - for its location right on London Fields - has long been the sporting pub of choice, for World Cups, Euros and the rest of it, owing to their roster of great views. 

For tag-along's uninterested in footy, you have full view of the bounteous green of London Fields. For the meatheads, you've got seven screens, showing numerous games at the same time so you don't miss any action. It may not be the summer for it, but their gazebo's will keep you dry. 

See their website here

The Griffin Belle - Nine Elms

A charming pub with a brick exterior and striped yellow and black awnings. Over the entrance, a sign reads Welcome and Function Rooms Available. Hanging flower baskets and pots add vibrant colors. Outdoor seating with wooden tables and chairs lines the sidewalk.
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8, Wyvil Road, SW8 2TH

A gorgeous community pub, with a lovely garden and even lovelier UHD screens (of which they have numerous), The Griffin Belle may just be one of South London's best pubs, even outside of tournament season.

But for Euro's, it comes alive. A multi-screen wall and three sound zones to include all the punters in the viewing fun, the Belle of the South West is the perfect meeting point between classy pub and lively sports zone. 

You can make a booking here