25 Places to Watch the Euros in London (In & Outdoor Screenings)

The rescheduled Euros kicks off on 11 June 2021 in Rome, with England’s debut on Sunday 13 June against Croatia. The tournament runs through to 11 July with the semi-finals and final taking place at Wembley Stadium (as are all three of England’s games in group D). Plenty of alfresco venues are gearing up for a great summer of sports with giant outdoor screens, but there are plenty of good old pubs showing the games indoors too. Here’s where to watch…

England’s Euros group stage matches:

England v Croatia on Sunday 13 June, 2pm England v Scotland on Friday 18 June, 8pm England v Czech Republic on Tuesday 22 June, 8pm

Lead image: Watch the Euros outdoors at Vinegar Yard (photo: Haydon Perrior)

1 Skylight, Wapping
Outdoor screen? Yes
Skylight Rooftop has partnered with Budweiser and Bud Light – the Official Beers of the England Men’s Team – for the Euros this summer. You can watch the games in various ways: via large LED screens on the rooftop, on smaller screens under the pergola, with its beer-hall style seating, and inside Tobacco Docks historic spaces – choose from the Cocktail Cinema, with comfortable seating, private bar and sharing platters, or an intimate viewing experience at The Dock St Bar, with private service and dedicated bar team.
Tobacco Dock, Wapping E1W 2SF;

2 Summer of Play at Wembley Park
Outdoor screen? Yes
Wembley Park’s 13-week summer programme, Summer of Play, returns in June with a line-up of free events, from live music and public art trails to outdoor film and sports screenings. Events take place in the pocket parks and pedestrianised boulevards of the north west London neighbourhood, including on Olympic Way, which will serve as the gateway to the UEFA European Champions games at Wembley Stadium. Summer of Play is set to enrich the experience for Stadium ticket holders, as well as local residents and visitors to Wembley Park.

3 Costa Del Tottenham’s Euro Warehouse
Outdoor screen? No
Costa Del Tottenham has launched a 5,000 sq ft ‘Euro Warehouse’ – one of the largest spaces to watch the Euro’s in London – to screen this summer’s European tournament. Set inside a cavernous space that ‘has all the hallmarks of a 1989 warehouse party’, according to co-founder Stuart Glen, it will show every Euros game, from kick off on 11 June to the final on 11 July 2021, on two 13ft x 8ft LED screens. Street food, cocktails and football-themed merchandise are available. Tickets from £7.50pp.
Cannon Factory, Ashley Road, Tottenham N17 9LH;

4 The Clapham Grand, Clapham Junction
Outdoor screen? No
The Clapham Grand is showing the England games during the Euros, with England v Croatia on 13 June from 12.30pm, England v Scotland on 18 June from 6pm, and England v Czech Republic on 22 June from 6pm. As well as the 24ft HD cinema screen, there will be six additional plasma screens and two more screens on the balcony. Games will be Covid-compliant where required, with tabled seating and bar service, and there will be DJs sound-tracking the matches, plus sing-a-longs and fan anthems, giveaways and hot food available.
21-25 St John’s Hill, Clapham Junction SW11 1TT;

5 BOXPARK, Wembley, Croydon & Shoreditch
Outdoor screen? Yes (covered indoor/outdoor space)
BOXPARK is showing the delayed Euro 2020 matches at each of its venues in Shoreditch, Croydon & Wembley. Large HD screens, more than 30 street food options at each venue and plenty of outdoor seating, it’s an ideal choice for the whole summer of sport. Tickets are required to guarantee entry for any match and is a requirement of entry for certain bigger games. With Wembley hosting tournament matches, BOXPARK Wembley will be operating fanparks exclusively for ticket holders, but will not be able to screen matches played in the stadium.

6 Devonshire Terrace
Outdoor screen? Yes (covered indoor/outdoor space)
Devonshire Terrace is an all-weather terrace, set under Devonshire Square’s beautiful glass domed roof, for that indoor/outdoor feel. Whether you’re a footie fan or tennis enthusiast, Devonshire Terrace will be screening all the big games and, located just minutes from Liverpool Street Station, it’s handy for those post-work matches.
Devonshire Square, the City EC2M 4WY;

7 Brigadiers, the City
Outdoor screen? Yes (covered)
For a rather decadent Champions League Final experience, you can create your own private screening event in one of Brigadiers’ three private rooms (email, or cheer along with the masses and in Blighters or on the terrace bar where there are outdoor screens. Order from the a la carte menu or indulge in a Beast Feast.
1-5 Bloomberg Arcade, the City EC4N 8AR;

8 Bluebird Chelsea
Outdoor screen? Yes
Bluebird Chelsea is embracing the summer of sport with a giant screen on its beautiful alfresco terrace showing the Euros (each of the key games will be screened live on the terrace) and, later in the summer Wimbledon. Pair your viewing experience with a refreshing spritz created using the new Fever-Tree Soda Collection and premium range of tonics, while taking in the surrounds of the floral summer garden.
350 King’s Road, Chelsea SW3 5UU;

9 Flat Iron Square, Southwark
Outdoor screen? Yes
Flat Iron Square is hosting a huge festival of football this summer, kicking off with the delayed Euro 2020 from 11 June. As well as a garden big screen, there will be an assortment of widescreens dotted across the site. Flat Iron Square is also home to an eclectic mix of street food vendors, from Baz & Fred pizza to Breddos Mexican-style tacos and Ekachai’s Asian flavours to Mother Clucker’s fried chicken, as well as a number of bars. Tables must be booked in advance while Covid restrictions remain in place.
Flat Iron Square, Southwark SE1 1TD;

proper pubs

Like to watch your football in a proper pub? Check out these London pubs showing the Euros

10 Gibney’s London, Old Street
Outdoor screen? No
Family-run Irish pub, Gibney’s London, is screening all of the UEFA Euro 2021 matches this year. The pub’s two snug booths (available for private hire, seating up to eight people) have screens and mini Heineken kegs for guests to pour themselves. Located in the basement of Richard Corrigan’s Daffodil Mulligan restaurant, Gibney’s serves some cracking bar snacks. Walk-ins welcome, although England games are ticketed.
70-74 City Road, Old Street EC1Y 2BJ;

11 The Duke of Edinburgh, Brixton
Outdoor screen? Yes
This fantastic pub between Clapham North and Brixton has a huge beer garden with an outdoor TV, making this the ideal spot to catch the Euros this summer. You can book for indoors (up to six while restrictions remain in place) or the garden (up to 20) and White Men Can’t Jerk will be there serving up some great jerk chicken.
204 Ferndale Road, Brixton SW9 8AG;

12 Pub on the Park, London Fields
Outdoor screen? Yes
Another great pub with outdoor TVs, Pub on the Park has a spacious park-side terrace where you can settle in to watch the Euros with plenty of that most Covid-secure of measures – fresh air. There are outdoor heaters, too, as well as TVs indoors – just in case.
19 Martello Street, Hackney E8 3PE;

13 Hat & Tun, Farringdon
Outdoor screen? No
Hatton Garden’s traditional British pub, the Hat and Tun, has reopened following lockdown with three brand-new HD screens showing all the action from the world of sport seven days a week. Catch every goal from the Premier League, witness every lap of the F1, soak up the Euros and settle in for The Lions in the traditional British boozer. The pub also serves great burgers, premium draft lagers, real ales and shuffleboard.
3 Hatton Wall, Farringdon EC1N 8HX;

14 The Hare & Hounds, Sheen
Outdoor screen? Yes
The Hare & Hounds, home to the biggest beer garden in Sheen, is showing all the Euros games from its garden – as well as on screens indoors. Catch the action while catching some rays, and order jugs of Camden Hells alongside some great pub food to make an afternoon (or evening) of it.
214-216 Upper Richmond Road, East Sheen SW14 8AH;

15 Hope & Anchor, Brixton
Outdoor screen? Yes
Enjoy a private screening experience with friends by booking a heated garden hut at Brixton’s Hope & Anchor. The pub has 24 TV screens and one giant projector across the pub, meaning you can get a front row seat to the action in most spots. Plus, the burger shack will be serving up essential match-day sustenance.
123 Acre Lane, Brixton SW2 5UA;

16 The Perry Hill Pub, Catford
Outdoor screen? Yes
The Perry Hill Pub, lovingly brought back to life by husband and wife team Phil and Oonagh (The Florence in Herne Hill, The Pig’s Ear in Chelsea and Bellevue in Clapham), now has an extensive terrace, deck and covered rear garden with an overall capacity of more than 250 – making it one of the biggest beer gardens in south east London. The pub doesn’t regularly show sports, but has installed two big screens in the garden and two in the pub for this year’s Euros.
78-80 Perry Hill SE6 4EY;

17 Greenwood, Redwood & Westwood, Victoria, London Bridge & Shepherd’s Bush
Outdoor screen? Yes
Greenwood Sports Pub & Kitchen in Victoria has spawned a couple of sister pubs over the last couple of years – Redwood in London Bridge and Westwood in Shepherd’s Bush. Big on sport, they each have plenty of screens, with outdoor screens on the terrace at Redwood, located just by The Shard.
170 Victoria Street SW1E 5LB; | London Bridge Station SE1 9SP; | Westfield Square W12 7HB;

18 The Temperance, Fulham
Outdoor screen? No
The Temperance is a great pub for sports fans – a gathering spot for boat race fans, the rugby crowd and the Euros crew too. In fact, The Temperance, just o the north side of Putney Bridge, screens every football match from Premier League to FA Cup, all shown on top-range plasma screens dotted around the pub and above the bar. Book a booth to bag your very own screen, just for you and your mates.
90 Fulham High Street SW6 3LF;

19 Hackney Bridge
Outdoor screen? Yes
Hackney Bridge is a new canalside cultural destination from the team behind Pop Brixton and Peckham Levels. It’s home to In The Courtyard, an alfresco drinking and dining hotspot for east London a bar and street food traders including The Jewish Deli, STEAKhaus and Da Fish Ting. The Courtyard will host events throughout the summer, including screenings of the Euros and select Wimbledon matches on a giant 2m by 3.5m outdoor screen.
Units 1-28, Echo Building, East Bay Lane E15 2SJ;

20 Pop Brixton
Outdoor screen? Yes
Speaking of Pop, Brixton’s coolest alfresco venue will also be showing the Euro’s this summer on an open air mega screen (2m by 3.5m) in the courtyard. All matches are available for walk-ins and will be screened throughout the site, including in the covered greenhouse. On 13, 18 and 22 June (the England games), matches will have bookable seating. Tickets cost £25 for four guests and include a pitcher of Red Stripe and a view of the big screen.
9 Brixton Station Road SW9 8PQ;

21 The Hawk’s Nest, Shepherd’s Bush
Outdoor screen? Yes
The Hawk’s Nest has plenty of outdoor space with pizzas and cocktails to boot. The Euros football matches will be shown all summer long with a big screen in the back and TVs around the venue, making it an ideal venue for alfresco footy viewing. Look out for Margarita Mayhem on Wednesdays, when you can order a classic pizza and cocktail for £12.50.
Goldhawk Road, Shepherd’s Bush Market W12 8DF;

22 Truman’s Social Club, Walthamstow
Outdoor screen? Yes
Truman’s Social Club is opening its 6,500 sq ft events space to screen the European Football Championship in its entirety. A huge 16ft screen with HD projector and top sound system will ensure a great match experience, while the bar serves up to 20 beers – including the freshest beer from the new tank bar – and burgers and sharing boards are available from the new kitchen. There’s also a 14ft HD screen in the beer garden.
1 Priestley Way, Walthamstow E17 6AL;

23 Vinegar Yard, London Bridge
Outdoor screen? Yes
Vinegar Yard has partnered with adidas to offer one of the biggest garden screens in London at a whopping 6m by 3.5m. The Yard will be screening all matches with table reservations available so you can guarantee yourself a spot, with seating laid out around one giant central garden screen. Food-and-drink packages from Vinegar Yard’s various bars and street food traders are available exclusively for the England games.
72-82 St Thomas Street, London Bridge SE1 3QX;

24 The Sipping Room, Canary Wharf
Outdoor screen? Yes
The Sipping Room is screening the Euros alfresco on its Instagrammable Thames-side terrace – currently rocking the wisteria hysteria look as part of its Tanqueray Gin Garden Escape installation – this summer. A great one for those living and working in Canary Wharf, the expansive terrace is a great spot to soak up the sun and the sport with a beer or a gin and tonic.
West India Quay, 16 Hertsmere Road, Canary Wharf E14 4AX;

25 The Euros Fan Zones, various locations
A Fan Zone isn’t for everyone, since things can get a little rowdy! But the Potters Field Park Football Village has taken measures to counteract this by screening all but the England games. It’s not ideal for England fans, but it is a great spot for families, and it’s free to attend for the duration of the tournament with entertainment and street food to boot. England fans should check out the Trafalgar Square Fan Zone instead, which is big enough to deal with enthusiastic supporters. Tickets are free but you have to enter the ballot to bag them. There’s also the Fan Park at Oval Space in Bethnal Green, which is screening England matches, the semis and the final.