Where to Watch Euro 2024 in London

Cheer on the Three Lions in style

Replica shirts on and game faces ready because we’ve got another football-packed summer thanks to Euro 2024. Running from 14th June to 14th July in Germany, the tournament will see 24 teams battle it out for the UEFA European Football Championship trophy, including Gareth Southgate’s England squad. The team lost on penalties (how else?) in the final against Italy last time out so we’ve got everything crossed they’ll go one better and lift the cup this year. Here are the best indoor and outdoor Euro 2024 screenings in London where you can catch every kick, save and goal this summer. And you can WIN tables and bar tabs for England vs Serbia, England vs Denmark in Brixton and in Clapham, and England vs Slovenia. Football’s coming home.


Thurs 20th June – 5pm – Group Stage – England v Denmark
Tues 25th June – 8pm – Group Stage – England v Slovenia

Big Penny Social

The UK’s biggest beer hall will be screening every game of the Euros, with three massive HD screens inside and room for plenty of football fans to get the atmosphere buzzing. There’s over 100 taps at the bar so you won’t have any problems in getting a beer, and there’ll be sourdough pizzas and a BBQ in the garden to keep you fed.

1 Priestley Way, E17 6AL


Boxpark always puts on epic tournament screenings and this years Euros is shaping up to be no different, with all the games being shown at the Shoreditch, Croydon and Wembley locations. You can catch all the action on the big HD screens and, of course, the resident Boxpark traders will be keeping you well-fed and watered.

Shoreditch, Croydon & Wembley

Hackney Bridge

This al fresco space on the canal in Hackney Wick is showing all the matches on a massive screen – England games are ticketed while you can walk in for all the others – with multiple bars keeping the bevs flowing. And you can refuel at half-time with street food from the likes of Made in Puglia, Rainbo, Tamila, Mex Club and Filigrillz.

Units 1-28, Echo Building, E Bay Lane, London, E15 2SJ

The Cider House

Umbrella London, the team behind The Sun Tavern, have launched new Bethnal Green spot The Cider House, which is the only working cider house in the city. There are indoor and outdoor screens at the venue, so you’ll be able to watch all England and all knockout matches with £5 pints, own label ciders and Umbrella Workshop cocktails on tap.

Unit 1, Birkbeck Street, London E2 6JY

Vinegar Yard

With the option to cover and heat the terrace if needed, Vinegar Yard is the place to catch all the action whatever the weather. As well as a big screen, there are open air bars pouring pints and sarnies, pizza and burgers on offer from Untitled Sandwich Shop, Bad Boy Pizza Society and Nanny Bills.

72-82 St Thomas St, London SE1 3QX

Peckham Levels

Multi-venue space Peckham Levels will be screening all the England games at Euro 2024 on five big screens in the bar and food hall, with sound and commentary being played through the PA system so you won’t miss a moment.

95A Rye Lane, SE15 4ST

Between The Bridges

There’s a lot happening at Between The Bridges on the Southbank this summer, from drag brunches to DJ sets, but if you wanna catch the footy (and hopefully some sunshine too) all England games are being shown on big outdoor screens.

The Queen’s Walk, London, SE1


Football mag MUNDIAL is brining Hotel MUNDIAL back for the first week of Euro 2024. Taking over Hoxton Docks, every single game across 14th – 20th June will be screened for free on a big 5-metre screen. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg because there’ll also be live podcast recordings, DJ sets, after-parties, table football tournaments, and days focused on fanzine creation and fashion’s relationship with football, plus a well-stocked bar, coffee from AllPress and grub from Dom’s Subs.


Market Halls

Market Halls are screening the England games across at both the Oxford Street and Canary Wharf sites this summer. With the likes of Krapow, 20Ft Fried Chicken, Le Bab and Gopal’s Corner in residence in Oxford Street and Sexy Buns, BazoiInn, DF Tacos and Butchies in E14, you defo won’t be going hungry during the matches.

Market Halls Oxford Street, 9 Holles Street, London W1G 0DB
Market Halls Canary Wharf, 25 North Colonnade, London E14 5HS

Four Thieves

As well as showing all the England games during the Euros, this Battersea pub has got its own micro-brewery, a gin garden, a dance machine area, a retro arcade AND a totally bonkers racing car track so you defo won’t be getting bored here.

51 Lavender Gardens, London SW11 1DJ

the cause

The Cause

The Cause is celebrating football culture this summer with its open-air Euros parties held in the venue’s new industrial terrace space. As well as the matches being screened, there’ll be pop-up merch stores to check out and music from footy-loving artists and DJs.

60 Dock Road, London, E16 1YZ

Fanzone 4D

Feel like you’re right there by the pitch with immersive match screenings at Fanzone 4D, which is taking over The Steel Yard, Electric Brixton and Kentish Town Forum. As well as bringing you all the England action in state-of-the-art 4D, with scent machines misting in smells of freshly cut grass, there’ll be DJs before and after the games and food from Barry’s Bratwursts to deliver that stadium atmosphere.

The Steel Yard, Electric Brixton and O2 Forum Kentish Town

Pop Brixton

If the sun is shining, Pop Brixton is where you’ll wanna be watching the footy as it’s hosting open-air screenings during the tournament. There’ll be four screens to choose from, plus food and drink traders like Jollof House Kitchen, Halo Burger, A Trini Thing, Batanga, House of Dough and Mexclub to keep you fuelled.

49 Brixton Station Rd, London SW9 8PQ

Market Place

If you wanna eat well while watching the Euros, head to Market Place. Both the Vauxhall and Peckham locations are showing the football on massive screens, with traders like The Duck Shed, Yorkshire Burrito, Annapurna Spice and Los Tacos serving up the grub. During England matches and the final you’ll be able to get pints for a fiver, or you can go really big with a bottomless brunch package instead.

Vauxhall and Peckham

Flat Iron Square

Flat Iron Square always does the football well and Euro 2024 is no different. There are 18 screens inside and outside, fan zones, appearances from notable sportspeople, a dedicated taproom with a rotating range of brews on tap, and a line-up of street food vendors, like Breddos Tacos, Gamekeeper and Cluck Farmyard keeping the food coming.

49 Southwark St, London, SE1 1RU

The Butcher’s Tap and Grill

As well as showing all the Euro 2024 matches across seven huge screens , Tom Kerridge’s Chelsea pub The Butcher’s Tap and Grill is teaming up with football legend Bryan Robson for a limited edition burger. The Captain Marvel burger, named after Robson’s nickname as a player, features a beer-braised beef patty topped with cheese, bacon, pickled battered onion ring and black pepper mayo, and will be available for for the duration of the Euros

27 Tryon St, London SW3 3LG