Euro 2024 Screenings: Where To Watch Matches In London

Last Updated 21 June 2024

Euro 2024 Screenings: Where To Watch Matches In London

UEFA Euro 2024 lands in Germany this summer, from 14 June-14 July — but if you're sticking around in London, there are plenty of places to catch all the matches.

People watching football at Boxpark
The atmosphere in Boxpark can sometimes feels like you're in the stands. Image: Boxpark

The men's Euros are upon us — and a summer of footie in London beckons!

Safe to say that most pubs with a TV will screen the England matches (group games on 16, 20 and 25 June), although whoever you support, there'll be somewhere to cheer on your team.

That being the case, we've not just listed a load of pubs in this article. Instead, we've compiled a list of venues across London where giant/outdoor screens and big atmospheres are the name of the game — as well as a few venues that we think offer something a bit different/special.

Our list will grow as more places announce what they're doing. Anyway, here's where to watch the Euros in London.

Fans with a Gareth Southgate cutout
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Watch the Euros in central London

Outdoor screenings on Lower Marsh

As part of its Lower Marsh Lates series, two England matches — Denmark V England (20 June) and
England V Slovenia (25 June) will be shown on a big outdoor screen for free, on Lower Marsh in Waterloo. That said the first of these is already sold out, so you'd better be speedy booking. We hope that if England progress, there'll be more of these screenings.

People watching the football in a bar
Piano Works has a tempting food/drink deal when you book for England matches.

The Piano Works, Covent Garden and Farringdon

Both centrally-located branches of the Piano Works are screening all the Euro 2024 matches — and handily they have a list of which they'll be screening with sound. A particularly good deal is available when you book a table for England matches: burger, fries and a drink for £15. There are also pre-match happy hour drinks. The Piano Works

Fanzone 4D: The Steelyard

Here's something a bit different: Fanzone 4D is taking over three music venues — including the 600-capacity Steel Yard in the City — during the tournament, and fitting them out with huge screens, bratwurst stands, DJs playing footie anthems and — get this — scent machines pumping out the aroma of freshly cut grass. Tickets start at £11. Fanzone 4D

A group of young female England fans
Huge screens and more beer than you're ever going to need at Big Penny Social. Image: Big Penny Social

Watch the Euros in east London

Big Penny Social, Walthamstow

Blackhorse Beer Mile brewery Big Penny Social boasts a 16ft wide HD screen in its massive beer hall — and there are over 20 beers on tap to celebrate/commiserate with. A good shout for a raucous afternoon. Big Penny Social

Bar Kick, Shoreditch

Some of London's sports bars leave something to de desired, but not Bar Kick — a venue that'll be heaving come the Euros, thanks to its liberal scattering of screens, good bar food, and the foosball tables on which you can try to reenact the latest Harry Kane goal. (btw these are free to play on, on Mondays). Bar Kick

Boxpark Shoreditch

All three Boxparks — in east, south and northwest London — screen the footie, offering a Kop-like atmosphere during England matches (for which you should book your spot). Boxpark Shoreditch will likely be the quietest of the three. Boxpark

People watching the football in a garden
Watch the footie in a waterside garden at Barge East.

Barge East Gardens, Hackney Wick

Floating restaurant Barge East is flanked by a beautiful waterside garden — and in here you can watch all England and Scotland matches. They'll be firing up the BBQ too. You'll need to book ahead. Barge East

4theFans Fan Park, Dalston Roofpark

Another venue bringing the partay vibes, Dalston Roofpark hosts the 4theFans Fan Park, featuring 'the biggest & best fixtures of Euro 2024' (including all England matches) complete with huge anti-glare screens, football legends in conversation, DJs and more.

Watch the Euros in south London

People sat out in Vinegar Yard
Watch al fresco at Vinegar Yard. Image: Vinegar Yard

Pop Brixton

Al fresco food hall Pop Brixton is firing up four outdoors screens rain or shine for much of the Euro action — and you can watch while scoffing superb street food from the ilk of Halo Burger and Jollof House Kitchen. It's recommended you book a table. Pop Brixton

Boxpark Croydon

All three Boxparks — in east, south and northwest London — screen the footie, offering a Kop-like atmosphere during England matches (for which you should book your spot). This being Boxpark Croydon, mind your head for beer showers when England score. Boxpark

A huge venue with glass roof full of England fans cheering on the action
Throw your expensive beer in the air at Boxpark. Image: Boxpark

Peckham Arches

Peckham Arches has kitted out its terrace with a giant 6m x 3m LED screen, plus 10 more TVS dotted throughout the garden, to the point it'll be almost impossible NOT to see the Euros. All matches will be shown, but for England games you'll need to fork out £10, which includes a pint. Other wise there's cocktails, wine and BBQ from Ruben's Reubens. Peckham Arches

Vinegar Yard, London Bridge

For al fresco big screen viewing, the courtyard at Vinegar Yard — right next to London Bridge station — is worth having on your radar, not least because there's also lots of tasty grub on site. Vinegar Yard

Watch Euros London: people watching a match outside railways arches
Peckham Arches has kitted out its terrace with a giant 6m x 3m LED screen.

TOCA Social, Greenwich

The O2's playground for football lovers invites you to takes pens on an interactive scoreboard — but when the Euros roll around you'll want to sit back and let the pros take over. TOCA is the place to come if you've got a group who want to watch on a private screen. Not a cheap option, but it does mean you'll get a good view, and won't have to scramble at the bar come half-time. They're also doing a 'Junetoberfest', which means you can chug steins of Bitburger while you watch the games. TOCA Social

The Duke of Greenwich

There's no need to book for matches at this boozer, nestled between Maze Hill and Westcombe Park, where the beer garden sports a 3m x 3m TV showing all Euros matches. To keep things interesting, there are pop-ups from London drink artisans throughout the tournament, including Greenwich Gin and Uncharted Wine. The Duke of Greenwich

People drinking beer and watching football
TOCA Social has a 'Junetoberfest' to coincide with the tournament.

Fanzone 4D: Electric Brixton

Here's something a bit different: Fanzone 4D is taking over three music venues — including the 1,200-capacity Electric Brixton — during the tournament, and fitting them out with huge screens, bratwurst stands, DJs playing footie anthems and — get this — scent machines pumping out the aroma of freshly cut grass. Tickets start at £11. Fanzone 4D

Feed the Yak, Elephant and Castle

Formerly The Tap In (a much better name surely?), this E&C bar still provides the double whammy of screening the sport AND pouring decent craft beer — which is is why it makes it onto this list. (The burgers from Sayer St look yummy too.) Feed the Yak

People watching a match in a grand theatre setting
Clapham Grand is showing England games on a "stupidly big" 24ft screen.

Clapham Grand

The cavernous Clapham Grand is broadcasting all England matches on its "stupidly big" 24ft screen. Standing tickets cost just under a tenner and include a beer. You can also book various seats and tables. Judging from some of the footage from previous footie tournaments, it's going to be a raucous atmosphere. Clapham Grand

Brunel Museum tunnel shaft, Rotherhithe

"They think it's all under..." The brilliant Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe has announced that it's screening a handful of Euro 2024 matches in its stunning subterranean Victorian tunnel shaft. We've written a piece about it here

Watch the Euros in west London

Bluebird Chelsea

The outdoor terrace at this bougie west London bar/cafe is turned into a 'football fan ground' for the duration of the tournament, i.e. they're fitting a big screen in amongst the shrubbery, so you can watch the action while forking your miso marinated Loch Duart salmon into your gob. Bluebird Chelsea

Neverland London, Chelsea

Another Chelsea venue — this one in the guise of a sandy beach. Neverland London aka Fulham Beach Club is screening the England matches on the sand, and has a couple of LED screens under the shelter of a covered pergola, for when it inevitably rains. Also: the venue has promised that if England win the tournament, everyone in the venue gets a free drink. Neverland London

An outdoors screen showing the footie
The big screen's coming out at Bluebird Chelsea.

Watch the Euros in north London

Boxpark Wembley

All three Boxparks — in east, south and northwest London — screen the footie, offering a Kop-like atmosphere during England matches (for which you should book your spot). None of the matches are being played at Wembley, of course, so perhaps the next best thing is being at Boxpark Wembley. Boxpark

Fanzone 4D: Kentish Town Forum

Here's something a bit different: Fanzone 4D is taking over three music venues —  including the 1,500-capacity Kentish Town Forum — during the tournament, and fitting them out with huge screens, bratwurst stands, DJs playing footie anthems and — get this — scent machines pumping out the aroma of freshly cut grass. Tickets start at £11. Fanzone 4D

Euro 2024 fan villages

We'll keep you in the loop with more fan parties/villages as they emerge. It tends to be that the further England progress, the more of these spring up around London.

Other pubs worth checking out

We've rounded up our favourite boozers to watch the footy in London, including many smaller venues that aren't on featured on this list.