Where to watch the Euros 2024

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With UEFA Euro 2024 football fever in full swing, catch all the action from these hotspots across London and beyond this year.

M Threadneedle Street

It’s the highly anticipated Summer of sports and to commemorate it here at M we’re screening all the major sporting events of the year from the Euros to Wimbledon. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just want to soak up the eclectic atmosphere of our dedicated sports bar, The Player’s Lounge, M is set to be the City’s hotspot to catch all the action. Plus, they’ll be serving up their signature Wagyu burger, chips and a beer at all sports screenings for only £30 per person.

60 Threadneedle St EC2R 8HG
M Restaurant

Metropolitan Pub Company

Don’t miss out on biggest games of the summer:

UEFA Europa League final (Wednesday 22nd May), FA Cup final (Saturday 25th May), European Rugby Champions Cup final (May), ICC Men’s T20 World Cup (June) – to name just a few!

Not only that – Metropolitan Pub Company has launched a refreshed food and drink menu. The brand-new drinks and dishes are available in 41 sites across the UK. The refreshed menu is an evolution of the much-loved British pub classics and will feature modern British food made using only the freshest selection of seasonal produce.

The Paternoster

Book your turf in the city at The Paternoster, located in the heart of St Paul’s. With the Cathedral as the backdrop, don’t miss a goal as every match will be played out on one of the pub’s screen, paired alongside a selection of party platters, from the Baked Camembert to the Ploughman’s Sharer.

With UEFA Euro 2024 on the horizon, Young’s Pubs have just the ticket to kick-off this year’s tournament with a month of free-flowing football, perfectly poured pints and fresh seasonal pub dishes from Friday 14th June.

Playing every tackle, pass and goal on screens across an array of its pubs and beer gardens, Young’s will also be serving up action on a plate with cracking food and drink packages for you and the squad. Ideal for groups of six, choose from Beef Sliders with Parmesan fries (£75) and Ploughman’s board (£50) to a Vegetarian Bar Snack Board with veggie scotch eggs and dips (£50), as well as Beer Buckets and Bottle & Mixer packages.

2-4 Queens Head Passage, Paternoster Square, EC4M 7DZ


With the rumble of “it’s coming home” in the near distance, BOXPARK has announced the return of its famous live screening experiences for the UEFA Euros. Having cemented itself as the go-to spot to soak in all the sporting action, BOXPARK will screen every match across its four electrifying venues, including the recently launched BOXPARK Liverpool.

Set to transform their 1,200+ capacity venues at Croydon and Wembley, plus their popular Shoreditch site and the newest addition in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle into the ultimate screening venues, BOXPARK will be bringing all of the live action to fans nationwide, boasting big screens, live entertainment, and special guests for all England matches.

_With live screenings, celebrity guest appearances, and an unrivalled atmosphere, BOXPARK is the place to be for EURO 2024. Catch all the matches live on big screens at BOXPARK’s Croydon, Shoreditch, Wembley and Liverpool locations from June 14th to July 14th. For tickets and more information, see HERE.

Drake & Morgan Bars

Football aficionados can grab a perfectly pulled pint and bag a seat at Drake & Morgan Bars across the capital and Manchester, including The Anthologist, The Moniker, Devonshire Terrace and The Fable, with each venue boasting several large screens so you don’t miss a kick or penalty. Come half time, it’s time to soak up the sunshine on the expansive terraces, such as the new Peroni Capri Terrace at The Refinery New Street (Farringdon). For group bookings, there’s plenty of private rooms to choose from for the ultimate matchday party.

See the full selection of bars showing the games here.

Book: www.drakeandmorgan.co.uk

The New Moon

A great spot to watch the big games this Summer, UEFA Europa League final (Wednesday 22nd May), FA Cup final (Saturday 25th May), European Rugby Champions Cup final (May) and ICC Men’s T20 World Cup (June).

Leadenhall Market is located in the heart of the Square Mile in London and nestled within the picturesque streets is gastropub and brasserie The New Moon. Having recently had a sprinkling of stardust, the historic pub is back and has a brand-new seasonal menu. From premium dining options to beer friendly sharing plates, The New Moon is the ultimate destination for foodies looking for a bite to eat in the city and watch your favourite sport. Located above the pub is the recently unveiled Brasserie, serving up a delicious upmarket menu that promises to elevate your culinary experience – the perfect spot to suit all occasions.

The Lord Aberconway

There’s something special about making memories at your local pub, grabbing your seat and cheering along to every kick, tackle, and goal!

That’s right – watch all the action live from Germany on HD screens in one of Nicholson’s beautiful British pubs. And nothing will be left on the bench, as you join the crowds with a hat-trick of classic pub food, chilled drinks packages, and good mates.

Book your seat for kick-off on 14th June 2024 and check back soon – they’re about to blow the whistle on the Summer of Sport at Nicholson’s Pubs!

The Ship

Head over to the The Ship to watch all the action live from Germany on HD screens in one of Nicholson’s beautiful British pubs.

Book your seat for kick-off on 14th June 2024 and check back soon – they’re about to blow the whistle on the Summer of Sport at Nicholson’s Pubs!

Williamson’s Tavern

A great spot in the City to watch the big match this year is Williamson’s Tavern. Head over to the The Ship to watch all the action live from Germany on HD screens in one of Nicholson’s beautiful British pubs.

Book your seat for kick-off on 14th June 2024 and check back soon – they’re about to blow the whistle on the Summer of Sport at Nicholson’s Pubs!

The Island Queen, Islington

The only pub in Britain to bear the name ‘Island Queen’, this unique London watering hole was named after the American side-wheeler steamboat that cruised along the Mississippi and Ohio rivers during the 1800s. Following a recent renovation the insertions boost traditional wood-panelled interior, soaring ceilings, tropical foliage and hand-painted mirrors, The Island Queen gives a nostalgic nod to a bye-gone era whilst remaining a true British local at heart.

For the football fanatics, guests can watch it within the pub and soap up the atmosphere or for those looking for their own space guests can hire The Parlour, a private room with screens and it’s own pour-your-own beer bar. That’s right, no queuing at the bar as you pour the perfect pint.


Vinegar Yard, nestled next to London Bridge Station, will be screening the euro’s outdoors on the big screen, with the option of it being heated and covered in case the weather dips. With a line-up of open air bars for ice cold pints, serious sarnies from the Untitled Sandwich shop, pizza from Bad Boy Pizza Society, and juicy burgers from Nanny Bills, this central hot-spot is the place to be for football fanfare.

Booking and packages: 

Meanwhile, Hackney Bridge, offering a picturesque canal-side dining and drinking experience in one of London’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. Spanning the size of three football pitches and featuring extensive landscaped gardens, long tables for alfresco dining. For food, think Bovine smash burgers; Filipino BBQ from dons at Filigrillz, fresh pizza from Made in Puglia, some of the best tacos in the capital from Mex Club, modern Japanese street food from Rainbo, and buttery, flaky roti and curry from the crowd pleasers at Tamila. From BBQ pop-ups to live music events and outdoor cinemas, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Mr Fogg’s City Tavern

Join the excitement at Mr Fogg’s City Tavern for the Euros matches! Gather your crew, grab a tankard filled with the finest Guinness, and settle in for an exhilarating match right in the heart of Broadgate Circle. Huzzah! Get ready for a rollicking good time as we cheer on our teams and revel in the spirited ambience of Mr Fogg’s City Tavern.

For more information, visit Mr Fogg’s City Tavern

The Fleet Street Quarter

The Fleet Street Quarter is set to transform into the quintessential summer destination, welcoming visitors to bask in the excitement of the 2024 Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

From 1-14 July, workers, locals, and visitors are invited to relax in a sunny deck chair and watch the world’s best tennis amidst the tranquil outdoor settings of New Street Square, Fleet Place, and Apex City of London Hotel.

Out of the City of London

What: England vs Pakistan Men’s IT20

When: Saturday 25th May 2024, 6.30pm

Where: SOUND at The Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch

Cheer on your favourite teams and players while sipping on your delicious drinks and tasty bites, from jalapeno poppers and nachos to jumbo hot dogs, smoky BBQ platters and indulgent deserts and milkshakes to finish.

What: UEFA Women’s Champions League Final

When: Saturday 25th May 2024, 8pm

Where: SOUND at The Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch

Show some support for the top of the table and enjoy the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final with drinks and incredibly delicious food to either wash away your sorrows or celebrate in style. You can look forward to feasting on nachos, jumbo hot dogs, smoky BBQ platters, piled high burgers, followed by the likes of cheesecake, sticky toffee pudding and milkshakes.

Women’s Vitality IT20 Series v New Zealand – be wowed this July by star players Sophie Ecclestone, Tammy Beaumont and Heather Knight taking to the iconic Kia Oval and Lord’s for explosive, world class cricket!

Sat 13 July 6.30pm: 4th Vitality Women’s IT20 – The Kia Oval, London (link to tickets)

17 July 6pm : 5th Vitality Women’s IT20 – Lord’s, London (link to tickets)

Wimbledon Fever Hits Merchant Square

Get courtside this summer as Merchant Square brings the drama of Wimbledon to the scenic Paddington Basin with a giant free outdoor screen showing all the action from the famous grass courts.

  • Free Wimbledon screening every day until late (1st – 14th July)
  • Free Tennis coaching and beach tennis games
  • Strawberries and cream, cocktails and refreshments

From 1st – 14th July, tennis fans can grab a perfectly positioned deckchair or picnic spot on the lawn and soak up the thrills of the Championships at the pedestrianised West London square. No booking is required to watch Alcaraz and Vondroušová in their bid for glory, with play from 12 pm daily on the massive screen by the canal.

Fresh strawberries will be available served with cream, ice cream, or silky melted Belgian chocolate. Quintessentially British cocktails and refreshing specials will be served daily from 12 pm – 9 pm during the tournament.


Circe’s Waterloo Rooftop Bar

High up in the clouds above London’s bustling streets, Circe’s, Waterloo Rooftop Bar all-year-round rooftop bar offers a sunset paradise for guests to party with the gods, goddesses and mortals of London and beyond.

Circe’s is currently taking bookings for viewings of the upcoming Euro 2024 games. Book quickly to avoid disappointment.

The venue offers two private sections hosting 80 – 100 people, perfect for booking summer parties, gatherings, and corporate events. The venue can also be hired as semi-exclusive/exclusive with a capacity of up to 550 guests.


100 Wardour St

100 Wardour St in Soho is showing all England games for the EURO’S 2024 downstairs in the Restaurant & Club. Games will be shown on the BIG screen. Tickets will be £5 entrance which includes a beer.

Special menu includes:

  • Bucket of beers (10), £49
  • Buffalo chicken wings
  • Beef burger with cheese and burger sauce
  • Hot dog with crispy shallots
  • Veggie burger with harissa mayo

Confirmed dates:

  • Sunday 16th June: England vs Serbia – 8pm kick off
  • Thursday 20th June: England vs Denmark – 5pm kick off
  • Tuesday 25th June: England vs Slovenia – 8pm kick off

100 Wardour St W1F 0TL
100 Wardour Street

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