Where to watch the Euros 2024 in Manchester

From screenings to pubs, this is our guide to the best places to watch the Euros 2024 will make sure you don't miss a moment of the action! 

A lively bar with a crowd of people engaging in conversation. A large television screen on the wall displays a soccer match. Industrial decor with hanging lights and exposed pipes creates a cozy atmosphere. Glasses and bottles are visible on shelves behind the bar.

Escape to Freight Island

A lively indoor event features a crowd of people sitting at tables, some engaged in conversation. A doughnut truck labeled KRUM Doughnuts is visible on the left. The venue is adorned with colorful lights and hanging decor, with a large clock displaying the time.

With the return of its Festival of Football this summer, expect huge crowds reacting to every nail-biting moment of Euro 2024 together in what promises to be an electrifying atmosphere. Watch on the city’s largest HD indoor screens at the Platform and Sports Bar, while families are welcome in the cool and calm Plant Room, which has been turned into Freight Island’s family fanzone.

General admission is free for all Euro 2024 games, although for England matches tables of six will be available at The Platform for £15 per person, and tables of six to eight will be avaliable in the Sports Bar for £10 per person. 

The Oast House

A group of people are sitting at outdoor tables on a sunny plaza surrounded by modern and rustic buildings. Many are conversing and enjoying food or drinks under a clear blue sky. The area has a relaxed and lively atmosphere.

One of the best pubs to watch the Euros, you can watch non-England games indoors for free - if the weather plays fair you'll want to be outside for the England games, with music lifting the mood before and/or after the match (depending on kick-off). 

Outside in the courtyard the match will be shown on a big screen; General Admission standing tickets cost £15 and include a complementary can of Madri, while VIP tables (costing up to £250) seat 6 people and include a bucket of Madri on arrival, sharing food for 6 people and another Madri bucket at halftime.

BOX Deansgate

A sports bar with multiple large screens displaying live soccer matches. The bar features a mix of red and black seating, high-top tables, and a well-stocked bar. The atmosphere includes vibrant decor with sports-themed signs and a small stage with musical instruments.

One of the most popular places to watch sport anywhere in Manchester; with 25 premium HD widescreens, here you won’t miss a moment of Euro 2024

The Brotherhood of Pursuits & Pastimes

A dimly lit bar with a warm, inviting atmosphere. High wooden tables and stools are scattered throughout. The bar counter in the background is well-stocked with various bottles, and three large TV screens above display a sports game. Decor includes clocks and beer signs.

Enjoy the Euros in style in this classy and comfortable sports bar with an early 20th-Century vibe

The Lawn Club

An outdoor seating area with wooden picnic tables and benches on artificial grass is shown. Large umbrellas provide shade. In the background, a big screen displays the Euro 2021 event. Buildings and greenery surround the space, giving it an urban yet relaxed feel.

This popular and airy restaurant-bar in Spinningfields will be booking up fast; it recently acquired a massive 160-inch (or13-foot!) screen for its ‘Euro fanzone’ on the rooftop lawn!

If you don’t manage to get a ticket to watch from the lawn, there are three big screens in the indoor area. Tickets for England games start at £10 and packages go up to £25 for a place on an 8-seater raised table with the best view on the lawn, plus two pitchers of beer and food to share.