Where to watch Euro 2024 in London - the best restaurants, bars and pubs showing the matches

From 14 June - 14 July 2024 football takes over as the Euros kick off again. If you can't make it to Germany for a match, here's where you can watch the games in London with food and drink in hand. 

Venues with outdoor spaces

Where to watch The Euros in LondonWatching the match at Boxpark

Boxpark (Wembley, Croydon and Shoreditch) - Watching a game here is always an immersive experience and you can always expect TV coverage to show the crowd going mad at Boxpark when a goal is scored. Tickets for games here will go fast, so get in early. The ticket to guarantee entry includes a drink and you'll have access to plenty of street food traders and bars.

Big Penny Social (Walthamstow) - There are several screens here, including a huge new LED screen that's new this year. They're teaming up with Muller Rice, so we'd expect a few pots of those going around. They'll also have a house band and apparently "pyrotechnics going off for the big moments". Beer is the focus, but you'll be able to order burgers and pizzas too. 

Flat Iron Square (Bermondsey) - Another mainly outdoor space, they'll have plenty of screens this year (18 of them), while the food on offer includes Breddos tacos, Gamekeeper burgers and Cluck Farmyard chicken. 

Amicable Societies Summer Terrace (Fleet Street) - a great spot that might not be on everyone's radar this outdoor bar has a huge screen and bookable tables that make it perfect for the key matches. 

Between the Bridges (Waterloo) - South of the river, this venue will have three big screens with tickets from just £5. Food includes Bang Bang burgers, Lil'Watan Lebanese wraps, Krapow Thai and lots more.  

The Cause (Docklands) - At The Cause, they'll be showing all the matches on giant screens as well as looking back to the mid-80s. So you can expect a little acid house and they say you'll feel like "you're on a club terrace in the Balearic Isles".

Dalston Roofpark (Dalston) - This rooftop spot will be showing some of the biggest games and are promising "football legends in attendance". Food-wise, there's Street Greek, serving up Mediterranean food.

Where to watch The Euros in LondonWatching on the big screen at Vinegar Yard

Vinegar Yard (Bermondsey) - It's walk-ins for non-England games, while the England game tickets include a drink at this huge outdoor space. On the food front, there are burgers from Nanny Bill's and Baba G's, pizzas from Bad Boy Pizza Society, the Japanese Chicken Shop and lots more. 

Hackney Bridge (Hackney Wick) -  By the canal in Hackney Wick, this outdoor space will have tickets for England games with the rest of the games being walk-in. For food, they'll have Filipino BBQ from Filigrillz, pizza from Made in Puglia, Rainbo dumplings and more.

Barge East (Hackney) - Barge East will be showing every England and Scotland game, with individual standing and group tables bookings available to purchase here. All bookings include a welcome beer on arrival per person. there'll be a garden BBQ and drinks including an E9 Colada.

May Fair Hotel (Mayfair) - for a real VIP experience you could look at hiring the outside terrace here which is hidden away, with fireplaces and covers making it perfect whatever the weather. For £2500 there's a private bar, room for 40 people and you get two drinks, canapes and bowl food included per person.

Seething Lane Garden (Tower Hill ) - home to Screen on the Green this summer, they've got a giant screen which is perfect for big sporting events. Better still you can enjoy takeaway drinks and snacks from Bloom by the Lawn, the outdoor terrace at nearby Four Seasons Ten Trinity.

Riverside East (Stratford) - this new Stratford venue is going all out for the Euros. Martin Cee and ex West Ham and Chelsea player Scotty Minto are here doing pre & post match commentary, plus there's food and drink and post game DJ sessions. 



Indoor venues (for those rainy days)

Where to watch The Euros in LondonCatching the games at Daffodil Mulligan

Roka (Aldwych) - If you fancy watching the football in more comfortable surroundings with a platter of sushi rather than burgers to accompany it, then Roka is going to be your best bet. They'll show the games daily and be offering their usual a-la-carte and Happy Hour cocktails.

Langan's (Mayfair) - the upstairs bar at Langan's is being opened out to non-members for the footie. There's a big screen and plenty of space (it can't be reserved so it's first come first served) and they'll be serving up cocktails and food throughout. 

The Parakeet (Kentish Town) - The hugely popular and well-reviewed pub is showing all the England matches from the second game onwards on a big screen upstairs. Tickets are £5 and you'll be able to order from their fabulous bar food menu.

Market Place (Vauxhall & Peckham) -  Both these food halls are showing the matches live. They're putting on bottomless brunch packages and salso offering draft beer and cider for £5 a pint.

Clapham Grand (Clapham) - They're showing the England games on a huge 24ft screen with six more screens dotted around the venue. Here there are lots of options for seating, including your own boxes and every ticket gets you a free drink. For food, there are hot dogs, nachos and popcorn. 

Daffodil Mulligan (Old Street) - You can watch the games both upstairs in the restaurant or downstairs in Gibney's so you can have a great dinner and not miss out on any of the big games.

The Volley (Old Street) - This new craft beer football pub is launching at the perfect time. They'll have all the matches on, with all manner of craft beers to try alongside burgers and sarnies.

The Cadogan Arms (Chelsea) and The George (Fitzrovia)  - Both pubs will be showing matches and on match days they're teaming up with Singleton Whiskey for special dishes like Singleton Whisky tallow aged rib chop. They'll also have their regular match-day sharing boards. 

Bluebird Chelsea (Chelsea) - For the Euros they're putting a large outdoor screen on their terrace beside the King's Road showing the key Scottish and English games.

Umbrella Cider House (Bethnal Green) - Opening just in time for the Euros this new Cider House will have a combo of indoor and alfresco spaces to watch the footie. In addition to the cider there'll be beer from other local breweries and pizza from World Famous Gordo's.

Piano Works (Farringdon and Covent Garden) - Fancy some live singalongs with your match-viewing? Then this is the place to go. Expect at least one play of "Three Lions". 

Toca Social (The O2) - This place is all about football and dining anyway, so it works pretty well for the games. They're also taking the influence from this year's hosts and will be having "Junetoberfest" where you can watch the matches with steins and bratwurst. 

The Last Judgement (Holborn) - If you fancy gathering with workmates to watch a game, then The Last Judgement in Holborn is going to be showing the football across multiple screens. The Grade II listed pub is also putting on a deal of a premium Mick burger with a beer/glass of wine for just £15.


Pretty much every pub in the country will be showing the games too - so here's how to make sure you're sitting in one of London's best. 

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