25 Winning Spots To Watch The Euros Final In London

By Olivia Emily

1 week ago

Looking for a cracking pub or sports bar, or even something a little different? We’ve got you covered

Our fabulous summer of sport is well underway, with the UEFA European Football Championship final – aka the Euros – fast approaching. Wondering where to watch the Euros in London? With table bookings for this Sunday a scorching hot ticket, we’ve gathered some options.

Returning every four years, this is the top football competition in Europe, and Brits naturally get very into it – especially since we’ve made it to the final once again. In fact, this England team – featuring the likes of Harry Kane, Aaron Ramsdale, Bukayo Saka, Jude Bellingham and Marcus Rashford – is the first men’s team in the nation’s history to reach back-to-back major tournament finals after our appearance at the delayed 2020 Euros, and the first to ever reach one overseas.

The best place to watch what is sure to be a nailbiter? Anywhere with a pint in hand, of course. Here’s where to watch the Euros in London.

Best London Spots To Watch The Euros 2024

Harry Kane on a big screen during the 2021 Euros

The Duke of Greenwich, Greenwich

Catch the Euros on a huge 3 x 3 metre screen at The Duke of Greenwich this Sunday. Over in the beer garden, enjoy delicious food (think fried BBQ cauliflower wings, BBQ lamb ribs, smoke beer can chicken and plenty more) and a comprehensive drinks menu – with no reservations needed.

Find It: 91 Colomb St, London SE10 9EZ. dukeofgreenwich.com

The Carpenters Arms, Fitzrovia

This Fitzrovia bolthole is one of the only pubs in the area that survived the war, retaining its handsome 1930s tiled front. It’s a chic place to watch the Euros, with a hidden roof terrace complete with screens, perfect for big groups looking to catch the match – and a bit of sun, too.

Find It: 68-70 Whitfield St, Greater, London W1T 4EY. thecarpentersarmsw1.co.uk

The Cavendish Marylebone

The Cavendish, Marylebone

Just off Marylebone High Street, find The Cavendish, a lofty pub with a spacious main bar, perfect for watching the Euros final with a refreshing pint or classic or experimental cocktail in hand.

Find It: 35 New Cavendish St, London W1G 9TR. 35newcavendish.co.uk

The Sun Inn, Barnes

Dating back to the 1700s and overlooking the village pond, this white washed Grade II listed pub is a cornerstone of community life in Barnes. Naturally, then, The Sun Inn will be screening the Euros in its 18th century interior – or head out onto the rear beer garden where outdoor screens await alongside a dedicated outdoor bar and heaters (June, where have you gone?).

Find It: 7 Church Rd, Greater London SW13 9HE. thesuninnbarnes.co.uk

A crowd watching the Euros

BrewDog Waterloo

The atmosphere at BrewDog Waterloo is bound to be epic, with huge screens streaming the action and standing space galore. Punters are invited to head down early to secure their spot – or grab a fanzone ticket to guarantee entry and get four cans of ice cold beer on arrival (last release tickets are £50 and can be secured here).

Find It: Unit G, Waterloo Station, 01 The Sidings, London SE1 7BH. brewdog.com

The Island Queen, Islington

This unique London watering hole was named after the American side-wheeler steamboat that cruised along the Mississippi and Ohio rivers during the 1800s, and all of this is honoured with a recent renovation boosting the traditional wood-panelled interior and soaring ceilings with tropical foliage and hand-painted mirrors. The Euros will be screened inside with a buzzy atmosphere, and private space The Parlour can be booked if you’d like to gather your pals in your own quarters – featuring a pour-your-own beer bar to boot.

Find It: 87 Noel Rd, Greater, London N1 8HD. theislandqueenislington.co.uk

The Cadogan Arms Street View

The Cadogan Arms, Chelsea

This iconic Chelsea spot is the perfect place to watch the Euros – featuring special Singleton Whisky dishes to enjoy on match days, plus flawlessly poured pints and an array of craft beer.

Find It: 298 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UG. thecadoganarms.london

Studio Kitchen, Islington

Let’s watch the Euros al fresco. Head to Studio Kitchen on Regent’s Canal, where Chef Owner Lorcan Spiteri – one of five faces of Arsenal’s 23/24 LFSTLR collection – serves up signature dishes like the single patty smash burger and the fried chicken sub, alongside ice-cold pints and cocktails. Enjoy the Euros pontoon-side with every game screened on two outdoor widescreens.

Find It: 172 Shepherdess Walk, London N1 7JL. caravelrestaurant.com

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Coach Makers Arms Marylebone

The Coach Makers Arms, Marylebone

With a speakeasy style basement bar and a cosy ground floor to choose from, Marylebone’s Coach Makers Arms is the perfect spot for cocktail lovers. The pub has a classic aesthetic and an enviable corner plot, with punters spilling out into the street, boasting plenty of draught beer options.

Find It: 88 Marylebone Ln, London W1U 2PZ. cubitthouse.co.uk

The Orange, Pimlico

This chic spot is the perfect place to watch the Euros in a more intimate setting. The Blood Orange Bar is an intimate hideaway, newly refurbished but with a history stretching back to the 1800s.

Find It: 37 Pimlico Rd, London SW1W 8NE. cubitthouse.co.uk

The exterior of The George in London

The George, Fitzrovia

Whether you prefer a private room or would rather soak up the atmosphere of a classic pub, The George is a great place to watch the Euros, with all matches screened live, craft beers on tap, and perfect snacks such as the famous Black Pudding Scotch Egg.

Find It: 55 Great Portland St, London W1W 7LQ. thegeorge.london

Brigadiers, Bank

Watch the Euros with an Indian BBQ twist at Brigadiers, which will be screening all games from 14 June–14 July. If you’re looking to make the most of it, chow down on the special four-course Feast Menu (£80pp) featuring a selection of the restaurant’s signature dishes from Chinese Chilli Paneer Lettuce Cups to Achari Beef Short Rib – or host a group in one of the private dining rooms for a more intimate experience. Or just book a table in the Blighters bar to watch the game across multiple screens and soak up the buzzing atmosphere.

Find It: 1-5 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR. brigadierslondon.com

Outdoor area at Rotunda

Rotunda, King’s Cross

Wondering where to watch the Euros in the King’s Cross area? Head to Rotunda, where you can catch the action across multiple screens. Walk-ins are very welcome, or book the Platter Package ahead to ensure entry. This is £40 and includes a delicious platter of bar bites, a bucket of four ice cold bottles of Moretti and, best of all, guaranteed best seats in the house. Book here.

Find It: 90 York Way, London N1 9AG. rotundabarandrestaurant.co.uk

Gibney’s, Old Street

Tucked beneath Chef Richard Corrigan’s Daffodil Mulligan restaurant, Gibney’s combines the city’s finest Guinness and bar snacks – like Salt chilli fried chicken and Mangalitza black pudding croquettes – with private booths with screens available for sports fans to book.

Find It: 70 City Rd, London EC1Y 2BJ. daffodilmulligan.com

A crowd watching the Euros outside in London

Peckham Arches, Peckham

This neighbourhood hotspot has installed 50 inch screens throughout to ensure no goal, tackle or victory goes unnoticed throughout the Euros 2024. Better still, smokehouse savant Ruben’s Reubens is taking over the kitchen so guests can tuck into the ultimate BBQ feast.

Find It: Blenheim Grove, London SE15 4QN. peckhamarches.com

AMANO, Covent Garden

For more of an exclusive watching experience, head to AMANO’s exclusive screening of the Euros’ England games in the ONYX Room. Fully equipped with a state-of-the-art projector and private bar, the chic lower ground bar, this is an unparalleled viewing experience for football fans who like a bit of luxury.

Find It: Drury House, 34-43 Russell St, London WC2B 5HA. Book at amanogroup.com

Inside The Leaf & Cane

Leaf & Cane, Blackfriars

Hidden in the Hyatt Regency London Blackfriars hotel, Leaf & Cane is a 1920s Latin American inspired joint specialising in street food, handcrafted cocktails and premium rum. But come Sunday, it’s all about the Euros. Gather your friends, enjoy a vibrant atmosphere, and enjoy five bottles of Corona for £25 or Modelo for £30.

Find It: 19 New Bridge St, London EC4V 6DB. hyattrestaurants.com

The New Moon, Bank

Tucked away in Leadenhall Market, this traditional dark wood pub oozes personality. Watch the Euros and refuel with pub classics like battered fish and chips and beef burgers, alongside lighter picks like the beetroot, apple and goat cheese salad.

Find It: 88 Gracechurch St, London EC3V 0DN. newmoonleadenhall.com

People outside a modern London pub

The Broadcaster, White City

Whether you’re keen on bottle beer or you only drink draft, White City hotspot The Broadcaster has you covered throughout the Euros, with all games screened live from 14 June–14 July. Soak up the vibrant pub atmosphere on the large indoor screen, or enjoy the games out in the open air on the ground floor terrace.

Find It: 89 Wood Ln, London W12 7FX. thebroadcaster.co.uk

The Maynard Arms, Crouch End

This historic north London pub was built in 1851 and has a great outdoor space for some rare sunshine. Enjoy the Euros from chesterfield sofas and cute booths – pint in hand, naturally.

Find It: 70 Park Rd, London N8 8SX. maynardarmsn8.co.uk

People eating at Market Place in Peckham

Market Place, Vauxhall & Peckham

Market Place’s Vauxhall and Peckham venues are preparing to be taken over by Euros fever, offering the ultimate football viewing experience throughout summer. Catch every match on massive screens while enjoying delicious street food – plus rare £5 pints during England’s games and the final. If you’re a bottomless fan, you can opt for two hours of unlimited drinks plus a £15 food voucher to be used at any of the stalls for £35.

Find It: Market Place Vauxhall (7 S Lambeth Pl, London SW8 1SP) & Market Place Peckham (Unit 10, The Aylesham Centre, Rye Ln, London SE15 5EW). marketplaceuk.com

The Clapham Grand, Clapham

Wondering where to watch the Euros outside? All England matches will be screened on Clapham Grand’s huge 24ft cinema screens this season. There are standing, seated, table and Royal Box tickets available, starting from £10pp – plus, standing ticket holders get a free beer. Meanwhile, DJs will soundtrack the matches with sing-a-longs and fan anthems. It’s the place to be.

Find It: 21-25, St John’s Hill, London SW11 1TT. claphamgrand.com

A crowd watching the Euros at a bar

The Piano Works, Covent Garden & Farringdon

It’s all fun at The Piano Works – and the Covent Garden and Farringdon branches will be airing the beautiful game live across huge screens. Visitors can expect pre-match happy hours (including £4 pints, 2-4-1 cocktails and house wine for £15), delicious food and bottomless options, all wrapped up in The Piano Works’ famous infectious energy.

Find It: The Piano Works – Covent Garden (Gillian Lynne Theatre, Parker Street, London WC2B 5PW) & The Piano Works – Farringdon (113-117 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3BX). pianoworks.bar

Cinnamon Kitchen, Nine Elms

Everyone’s a winner during the Euros 2024 at Cinnamon Kitchen: with one eye on the screen and a beer in hand, watch the beautiful game across the venue, place a bet on your favourite team, and win 50 percent off of your final bill if they win. Meanwhile, feast on delicious Indian dishes curated by Executive Chef Vivek Singh, such as Indo-Chinese chilli paneer and tandoor chicken breast.

Find It: 4 Arches Lane, Nine Elms, London SW11 8AB. Book your table quoting ‘EUROS2024’ at cinnamon-kitchen.com

The Edinboro Castle, Camden

Still wondering where to watch the Euros in London? Go al fresco: this Camden institution is the perfect place to drink pints and catch rays, boasting a huge beer garden fitting up to 300 people. Grab one of the sheltered booths with heating for the ultimate experience – but, with plenty of screens, you can guarantee a great atmosphere to cheer on your home team from wherever you are sitting.

Find It: 57 Mornington Terrace, London NW1 7RU. edinborocastlepub.co.uk

Aerial view of Berlin skyline with famous TV tower and Spree river in beautiful evening light at sunset, Germany.

Where Is The Euros Final On TV?

The Euros final will be aired on BBC One and ITV1, with kick off at 8pm on 14 July 2024.

England’s Starting Line-Up

England’s starting line-up for the 2024 Euros final is not yet locked in, but we predict the following players to make the final 11:

  1. Jordan Pickford
  2. Kyle Walker
  3. John Stones
  4. Marc Guehi
  5. Bukayo Saka
  6. Kobbie Mainoo
  7. Declan Rice
  8. Luke Shaw
  9. Phil Foden
  10. Harry Kane
  11. Jude Bellingham

Who Is Hosting The Euros 2024?

Germany is hosting the 2024 Euros, and all matches will be played across 10 of the nation’s venues, with the final at the Olympiastadion Berlin. The venues are:

  1. Olympiastadion Berlin (71,000 capacity)
  2. Cologne Stadium (43,000 capacity)
  3. BVB Stadion Dortmund (62,000 capacity)
  4. Düsseldorf Arena (47,000 capacity)
  5. Frankfurt Arena (47,000 capacity)
  6. Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen (50,000 capacity)
  7. Volksparkstadion Hamburg (49,000 capacity)
  8. Leipzig Stadium (40,000 capacity)
  9. Munich Football Arena (66,000 capacity)
  10. Stuttgart Arena (51,000 capacity)

The location of matches is not random: as part of UEFA’s efforts to improve the sustainability of football, venues and matches have been carefully organised in regional clusters, reducing the number of flights taken by teams by 75 percent compared to 2016’s Euros.

Who Qualified?

  • Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland
  • Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania
  • Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England
  • Group D: Poland, Netherlands, Austria, France
  • Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine
  • Group F: Türkiye, Georgia, Portugal, Czechia

Who Made It Through The Group Stage?

The following teams made it to the Round of 16:

  • Group A: Germany & Switzerland
  • Group B: Spain & Italy
  • Group C: Slovenia, Denmark & England
  • Group D: Netherlands, Austria & France
  • Group E: Belgium, Slovakia & Romania
  • Group F: Türkiye, Georgia & Portugal