We’re gearing up for a summer of sport with the Euros kicking off on 11th June. It’s the event football fans have been waiting for after it was delayed due to the pandemic, and a great excuse for a trip to the pub if football isn’t your thing.
Finding the perfect spot to watch isn’t always easy, you need a good view of the screen, good food and of course, good beer. So, we asked the team where they’ll be watching next month to give you some inspiration.
Hope & Anchor
A beer garden favourite in the heart of Brixton. Whether you opt for a table under the pergola, or a private hut, this is the place to watch live sport. The Hope and Anchor will be screening all the fixtures on more than 20 screens around the venue, including in their huts which boast private screens so you’ll never miss a goal. Come for the football, stay for the vibes ✌️.
Skylight, Tobacco Dock
One of the best places in London to watch the Euro Games this year, Skylight is bringing you all the action from their rooftop perch. The venue will be partnering with Budweiser, so look out for a free beer included with your ticket.
Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden
Head to Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden for its bustling vibe and plethora of food and drink vendors. Enjoy the great British sunshine while watching every game on the big screen.
Looking for fun places to watch the Euros in London? Bounce Farringdon is not only a haven for all-things beer pong, but it’s also one of the best spots for catching the latest footie action. Head on over and you’ll be greeted with quirky activities, bottomless drinks and all you can eat pizza. Tickets start at £45.
Flat Iron Square
Flat Iron Square are showing all the big games from the tournament this summer on huge screens across the venue. Add in delicious food and drink from your choice of vendors and you’ve got yourself the perfect spot to watch some football in London Bridge.
The Railway, Tulse Hill
Nestled alongside Tulse Hill train station is this unassuming pub. With an eclectic interior filled with large comfortable sofas and a giant garden with covered balcony, beach huts and outdoor games make The Railway a perfect summer spot. Add in BBQ food and extra screens to watch live sport, it’s the perfect destination for the Euros.
This quirky Hackney gem is creating four different areas and adding three projector screens this summer to make sure everyone has a good view both inside and out. The bright yellow pub is difficult to miss and is sure to be a firm favourite once you’ve visited. Excellent beer and pizzas from Yard Sale make it worth the trip.
Pizza Pilgrims, West India Quay
Pizza Pilgrims are a go-to for live sport and excellent food and drink. With plenty of arcade games and table football for half-time entertainment and waterside location, it’s ideal for a summer of sport.
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