You Can Watch Euro 2024 Matches In This Victorian Tunnel Shaft In South London

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Last Updated 27 June 2024

You Can Watch Euro 2024 Matches In This Victorian Tunnel Shaft In South London

Check out our full guide on where to watch the 2024 Euros.

People in the tunnel shaft looking at a giant cartoon football
Certainly makes a change from the pub garden... Image: Brunel Museum/Canva

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 Victorian tunnel shaft. The subterranean space was dug as part of the construction of Mark and Isambard Brunel's Thames Tunnel, which opened in 1843, and now serves as the leg of the London Overground between Rotherhithe and Wapping. The shaft itself opened to the public in 2011 — with a fancy staircase being added in 2016 — and serves as a wonderful underground space for concerts, talks and the like.

For a handful of the Euros games, the museum is erecting a big screen projector in the tunnel shaft (it's also promising 'big sound' — indeed, we imagine the sound down there could be VERY big). There'll also be a pop-up bar with Ansbach & Hobday beers and wine, and fun, games and raffles with prizes.

Plus something else very special — a guaranteed seat.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel with a football

The games the museum has confirmed it's showing are:

Sunday 16 June

England vs Serbia

Monday 17 June

France vs Austria

Thursday 20 June

England v Denmark
Italy v Spain

Monday 24 June

Italy v Croatia

Tuesday 25 June

France v Poland
England v Slovenia

We hope that if England progress in the tournament, more of these special screenings will be announced.

Euro 2024 matches at the Brunel Museum tunnel shaft, tickets from £5