It’s coming home! The Euro 2020 final is just around the corner, and for the first time in fifty-five years we’ve made it to the footie final. Get ready, grab a drink, and settle into our guide on where to watch one of the most anticipated games of the year.
Where to Watch the UEFA Euro 2020 Final
Watch UEFA matches screened against the backdrop of panoramic London skyline. Three floors of bars, street food, live entertainment, lawn games, screens and DJs means there is plenty to do during half time. They’re also taking large group bookings for later in the summer! skylightlondon.com
This Southwark venue promises an experience unlike no other when it comes to watching the Euros. Having only opened last month, Arcade Monkeyz has grabbed our attention for its fusion of bar dynamics, retro gaming (clue’s in the name), and street food offerings. Tickets are strictly limited, so you’ll need to sign up to their newsletter for any last chance opportunities at grabbing a space for Sunday. arcademonkeyz.com
Between The Bridges
This larger-than-life outdoor drinking venue is perfect for groups who want to celebrate the finals in an animated, buzzy atmosphere. Having quickly become London’s largest outdoor drinking area, Between The Bridges is the place to go for entertainment, drinks, and street food. Doors open at 6pm on Sunday, but you’ll need to book on to the venue’s waiting list for a chance to watch the game. betweenthebridges.co.uk
Five Points Taproom
Want to enjoy a cold drink and some snacks while you watch the game? Then look no further than Five Points, where they serve up wood-fired pizza from ACE Pizza and a selection of over forty beers. Bookings are currently full, but Five Points will be taking walk-ins throughout the evening on a first come, first served basis. fivepointsbrewing.co.uk
Settled in the heart of London, the Anthologist is packed with screens, drinks, and enough seats to make your Euros experience a big one. Contact the team today to secure a table for you and five mates, and they can make sure to have a bucket of beers, wines, and a sharing platter waiting for you on arrival. There is still availability to book spaces for the final, but act fast – they’ll no doubt go quickly! drakeandmorgan.co.uk
Enjoy special food and drink offers whilst watching on big screens with viewing from the terrace in warm weather. When booking a table, make sure to mention that you’ve come to see the game so that they can secure you a table near the TV screens. galvinrestaurants.com
Greenwood Sports Lounge
If you don’t go for the nineteen large plasma screens and projectors, then go for the Heineken Blades – the revolutionary self-pouring beer taps. A stylish sports lounge is also available for hire for larger groups. greenwoodlondon.com.
This Hackney Road haunt has been celebrating the Euros throughout the season. All matches are shown on the ground floor of the pub, where you can order drinks and nibbles from the A-La-Carte menu. Make sure to book a table for the finals, as they can be reserved for the whole night – meaning you’ll be able to enjoy a drink (or many more) after the match. marksman.com
And if you’re watching from home…
Let’s be real. It’s not everyday we get into the finals, and many of us probably weren’t expecting it. So there’s no need to stress if you missed out on booking a seat somewhere for the last game of the season – celebrating at home can be just as fun (if not better).
Jazz up your garden, get the sofas ready, and crack open the fizz for a night of celebration. Get some friends round (thirty outdoors, and six indoors) and enjoy one of the most significant events of the season. From Neapolitan pizza to high-end cuisine, a number of our favourite bars and restaurants are offering great takeaway deals too, so you’ll be more than set. Just make sure to book ahead! Need a little helping hand setting up your own home bar? See our guide here.
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