Best Places to Watch Euro 2024 in England

Best Places to Watch Euro 2024 in England

The wait is nearly over. On Sunday, England fans will be cramming into pubs, lining the streets, and entering various other venues, just to get a taste of the Three Lions’ Euro 2024 curtain raiser against Serbia in Gelsenkirchen.

Gareth Southgate’s men will take to the turf in Germany with a whole country behind them as they seek to go one step further than Euro 2020 – where they finished runners-up.

Three Lions fans will look back on the summer of 2021 with fondness. Beer gardens were full to the brim, the sun was shining, and England’s run to the final left every supporter with a smile on their face.

Now it’s time to do it all over again. Cities all across the country are preparing themselves for the summer ahead. Fans that have not made the trip to Germany will be looking for the best venues to cheer on their side.

Here at Mail Sport, we have collated a list of the best pubs, clubs, and outdoor settings to watch the action.

Fans will be looking for the best venues near them to watch England’s Euro 2024 campaign

The Three Lions are in Group C and their tournament gets underway on Sunday against Serbia

The Three Lions are in Group C and their tournament gets underway on Sunday against Serbia 

 

Box Park, London and Liverpool 

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We have to start here. Box Park is a staple when it comes to willing on Gareth Southagate’s boys at a major tournament.

With three venues across London in Croydon, Shoreditch, and Wembley, as well a brand new location in Liverpool – in the Baltic Triangle – you can catch all the action at all Box Parks, as all of them will be showing every single game live.

Tickets for entry can vary. For general admission and a drink for big matches such as Netherlands vs France, the price is set at £13.24 in London, and £11.33 in Liverpool, per person. 

However, England’s group games are priced at £32.21 in the capital and a cut price of £22.07 on Merseyside.

A range of street food options are available at the venue as well as plenty of places for pints.

Box Park has four venues across the UK, three in London and a brand new place in Liverpool

Box Park has four venues across the UK, three in London and a brand new place in Liverpool

Road to Victory at Diecast, Manchester 

Following a host of successful screenings during the 2022 World Cup, Road to Victory has returned, but this time with a change of venue.

They have moved on from their debut location at Depot Mayfield in Manchester to a new quarters, Diecast. Located just over half a mile from Manchester Piccadilly train station, the fan zone kickstarts its summer of action with England’s opener against Serbia.

The venue has several big screens and space for 3,000 fans with seated areas and room for standing. They also have private rooms and caravans available in hospitality packages.

Prices have been set at £12.50 per person for standing tickets and £10 for early bird passes. The focus will be on England’s route throughout the competition, and if they progress, more events will be scheduled past the group stage.

Road to Victory are on the move in Manchester this year and fans will be heading to Diecast

Road to Victory are on the move in Manchester this year and fans will be heading to Diecast 

 

Luna Springs, Birmingham 

Residents of the second city will be aware of the football craze that takes over Luna Springs during a major tournament. The biggest outdoor bar in the city has been known to have a capacity of 2,500, but they are currently offering tickets to 1,000 fans.

While entry for many games will be free, if you want to watch the Three Lions, it will cost you £10 per head. What that price does come with, though, is either a can of Carling, or Rekorderlig.

Football is not all that will consume Luna Springs. There is a variety of street food options, and different entertainment to boot when you want a break from watching the action.

Luna Springs are selling up to 1,000 tickets for all three of England's group fixtures at £10 each

Luna Springs are selling up to 1,000 tickets for all three of England’s group fixtures at £10 each

 

Millenium Square, Leeds 

If you’re looking to watch the action in Leeds, Millenium Square is hosting a fan zone for all of England’s group stage matchups. If England progress to the knockout stages, they will add additional events too.

The square famous for hosting live music events – a beacon of entertainment in the summer – is charging £5 per ticket, advance only, for the Three Lions games. It is standing only and will be shown on the Leeds big screen.

However, if Gareth Southgate’s side gets to the quarter-final stage, there will be a problem. Tom Grennan, a well-known singer, is set to perform to a sold-out crowd at the square, on Saturday 6 July, the same evening as a potential last-eight match for England.

Millenium Square is usually known for its large music events that will carry on during the Euros

Millenium Square is usually known for its large music events that will carry on during the Euros

 

The Leadmill, Sheffield 

Known for its music events, and cheap drinks, the Leadmill is one of Steel City’s most iconic nightclubs. However, when England feature in major tournaments, it transitions into a venue where football fans flock in their numbers.

The club has guaranteed free entry on a first come, first serve basis, for all three of England’s group stage affairs. While low-priced drinks are a big drawer for supporters, the Leadmill have stated they have ‘mouth-watering’ food options too.

If you are looking for a night on the town in Sheffield, the club usually accommodates 900 people, and it is expected to be a similar number when the Three Lions faithful turn up.

Usually a club, the Leadmill in Sheffield will transition into a venue for 900 fans to watch England try and bring the trophy home

Usually a club, the Leadmill in Sheffield will transition into a venue for 900 fans to watch England try and bring the trophy home

 

Times Square, Newcastle 

Another major city, with a major fan zone. If you are in Newcastle this summer and fancy catching Euros action, Times Square is hosting the Central Park Euro 2024 Fan Zone.

Central Park is a popular pop-up bar in the city, and this year they have partnered with the energy drink brand, Lucozade. This year they have a large LED screen so hundreds of fans can catch every single match live.

The majority of games will be shown free of charge, but if you want to catch a glimpse of the Three Lions it will cost you between £7.50-£12 per person plus a booking fee. There will be music provided, an array of street food options, as well as pre and post-match entertainment.

Geordies have been treated to a fan zone full of big screens, and much more, in Times Square

Geordies have been treated to a fan zone full of big screens, and much more, in Times Square

 

Propyard, Bristol 

Fan parks are certainly the place to be this summer if you want to watch Euro 2024. Propyard in Bristol had previously closed earlier this year, but with the help of 4TheFans, it has relaunched in order to show England in action.

Former Three Lions stars such as Emile Heskey are special guests as fans can expect entertainment, live music, and much more. But of course, the main focus will be the football, and the three England group games have been priced at just below £10 for general admission.

It is being promised that fans can expect an ‘unrivalled’ atmosphere, while also having access to top-notch food and plenty of drink.

4TheFans provide coverage across the country and in 2022 they had screenings at Love Factory (pictured above) in Manchester

4TheFans provide coverage across the country and in 2022 they had screenings at Love Factory (pictured above) in Manchester

Emile Heskey is expected to make a cameo at the Propyard in Bristol for one of the matches

Emile Heskey is expected to make a cameo at the Propyard in Bristol for one of the matches

 

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea, London

If you want a chance to get money off a meal while watching Euro 2024 action, the Cinnamon Kitchen, based in Battersea, south London, is the place for you.

Cinnamon Kitchen in Battersea are offering 50 per cent off the bill in a fun game during the tournament's duration

Cinnamon Kitchen in Battersea are offering 50 per cent off the bill in a fun game during the tournament’s duration

A restaurant well-known for its Indian cuisine, the Cinnamon Kitchen will be showing a variety of Euro 2024 matches across the summer, including England’s group games.

They are offering a way to earn 50 per cent off a dining experience with them while watching the games. The way you win is by placing your bets on who you think will win the match you are set to watch before it gets underway. If you predict correctly, they halve the cost of your bill.

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