UEFA Women's Euro 2022 Screenings: Where To Watch The Final In London

Will Noble
By Will Noble Last edited 14 months ago
UEFA Women's Euro 2022 Screenings: Where To Watch The Final In London

They did it! The Lionesses are into the final of the UEFA Women's Euro 2022. Here's where you can watch the final — which kicks off at 5pm on Sunday 31 July — on the big screen in London.

Note: this game's going to be POPULAR. Lots of these screenings are first-come-first served, and we'd imagine most could reach capacity.

A group of four women - one with England kit of facepaint, chat and smile with beers in front of them
Truman's Social Club is showing every England match on a 16ft wide screen. Image: Truman's.

Trumans Social Club, Walthamstow

Blackhorse Beer Mile brewery Truman's Social Club is screening the final on a 16ft wide HD screen in its massive beer hall. There are over 20 beers on tap to celebrate/commiserate with (although not all at once, thank you). Free entry, book ahead

Boxpark Shoreditch, Croydon and Wembley

All three Boxparks — in east, south and northwest London — are screening coverage of the final. This being Boxpark, mind your head for beer showers when England score a big goal. Free entry, book ahead

Baller FC @ The Stag's Head, Hoxton

Baller FC — a welcoming, all-inclusive community of football fans — has set up shop at The Stag's Head, Hoxton, and will be showing the final, with a party atmosphere and BBQ. (The website is currently talking about an 8pm KO, but it's actually 5pm.) Free entry, first-come-first-served

All three Boxparks are screening the action. Image: Boxpark.

Clapham Grand, Clapham Junction

A 24ft HD cinema screen, six additional plasma screens — plus two more screens on the balcony will be showing the final at the Clapham Grand (so chances are won't be struggling to see the action). Hot food (inc. vegan options) is available, and DJs will blast out the fan anthems. Tickets start at £5, including free drink

Vinegar Yard, London Bridge

The courtyard at Vinegar Yard, next to London Bridge station, is screening the final on its giant outdoor screen throughout. Among the refreshments on offer are Bacardi-based slurps, and slices from Bad Boy Pizza Society.Free entry, first-come-first-served

Euro 2022 Trafalgar Square Fan Party

An entire football 'village' is already in situ at Trafalgar Square, featuring a pop-up football pitch, live panel discussions and official Euro 2022 merch. As for the final, 7,000 fans will be able to show up from 11am on the Sunday of the final. Free entry, first-come-first-served

Benched and an outdoor bar, with a screen on top of it, screening tennis

Television Centre, White City

Rather fittingly, a huge screen has been set up outside Television Centre, inviting you to crash in a deckchair and watch the final (although, let's face it, you're going to be on your feet). Nearby restaurants include The Broadcaster, Kricket, BlueBird, Flying Horse Coffee and Patty & Bun. Free entry, first-come-first-served

Eccleston Yards, Belgravia

100 deck chairs have been put out in front of a big screen in this comely courtyard venue, a stone's throw from Victoria station. Wood-fired pizza and organic wine are among the food and drink offerings, to enjoy, while hopefully watching England bring football home. Free entry, first-come-first-served

Greenwood, Redwood, Westwood, Beechwood

All the 'Wood' bars will have the final showing on outdoor screens (not massive perhaps, but pretty big). They are Greenwood (Victoria), Redwood (London Bridge), Westwood (Shepherd's Bush) and Beechwood (Shoreditch). All offer excellent bar food. Free entry, book ahead

People sit out in deckchairs in a courtyard strewn with bunting

Fairytop Garden Zoo, Catford

Catford's enchantingly-named Fairytop Garden Zoo is screening the final at this rooftop venue — served up with some very decent-looking cocktails/south London views if social media's anything to go by. Free entry, book ahead

Toca Social @ The O2, North Greenwich

Not a big screen, but rather your own private 'social box'. You'll need a fair few friends to make the most of Toca Social's Euro screening; for £350, groups of up to 20 can secure a private space to watch the final, while draining the 14 pints of Birra Moretti included in the price. (You're right, if it's a full house, that's just 0.7 pints each.) £350 for up to 20 people

Sketch of deck chairs in front of a big screen
Image: Heineken

Heineken Greener Bar, Brick Lane

In the lead-up to the final at the end of July (29-31 July), Greener Bar at the Truman Brewery in Brick Lane is hosting various free football-themed hijinks, including mixed gender foosball and the chance to glimpse the UEFA Women's Euro and UEFA Women's Champions League trophies. On Sunday 31 July, it's screening the final on a big outdoor screen, with DJs playing pre and post match. Free entry, first-come-first-served

For more places to watch the final, check out The Best Pubs And Bars For Watching Football In London.

Last Updated 29 July 2022

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