The Best Pubs, Places & Outdoor Screens to Watch the Euros in London
Gosh, the Lionesses are good, aren't they?
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England hosts the Women's EURO 2022 this year with the grand final taking place at Wembley Stadium on July 31.
The Lionesses have blitzed this competition and following their 4-0 win against Sweden, they're now in in the finals.
Here's where you can watch all the action live in London, with a drink in hand...
1 Trafalgar Square EURO 2022 Fan Party
For the competition's final week Trafalgar Square will be a hive of activity and ablaze with football fans of all ages. In addition to watching screened matches (including the finals), you can watch exhibition games and coaching sessions on a pop-up football pitch. There's also live panel discussions, music, interviews, food and drink and a screening of Bend It Like Beckham - 20 years on from the flick's initial release. Free entry.
Dates: July 23-31
Address: Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN
2 Vinegar Yard, London Bridge
In partnership with Bacardi, Vinegar Yard's summer sports programme brings you rum cocktails, bad Boy Pizza Society slices and all the action on an outdoor big screen. The flea market will still run on the weekend, so you can pick yourself up a vintage buy during half time.
Address: 72-82 St Thomas Street SE1 3QX
3 Clapham Grand, Clapham
There's always fun to be had at Clapham Grand, and the variety venue will no doubt put on an afternoon filled with good times for the final. You're not going to miss a moment here, with a 24foot FH cinema screen, six additional plasmas, and two more screens on the balcony. Tickets for this one are £5 and come with a drink
Address: 21-25, The Clapham Grand, St John's Hill, SW11 1TT
4 Television Centre, White City
West London destination, the Television Centre is screening all of the games live on the big screen, outdoors, for free, so go bags a deck chair. Local restaurants such as The Broadcaster, Kricket, BlueBird, Flying Horse Coffee and Patty & Bun are on hand to provide their crowd favourite hero dishes.
Address: 101 Wood Lane W12 7FW
5 Bat & Ball, Stratford
With 23 screens in the joint, you're not going to miss a minute of a match at Bat & Ball, Westfield Stratford City's table tennis bar. Sprawling across three floors, you've got five ping pong tables, interactive darts, pool tables and karaoke to keep you entertained as well. A wide selection of food is available, so order yourself a stein and get amongst it.
Address: 2 Montfichet Road Westfield E20 1EJ
6 Hackney Bridge, Hackney Wick
Catch the action on the new, four metre screen while you relax on the canal-side grass with family and friends in the heart of buzzy Hackney Wick. Hackney Bridge will supply all the food and drink, from its bar and selection of food vendors, including pizza, bao buns and gyoza.
Address: Units 1-28, Echo Building, East Bay Lane E15 2SJ
7 BOXPARK, Wembley, Croydon & Shoreditch
BOXPARK is screening all the games across each of its venues in Shoreditch, Croydon & Wembley. With large HD screens, street food options galore at each venue and plenty of outdoor seating, BOXPARK is a great choice if the weather stays hot. Try your luck by registering for a free ticket or buy one (from £7 including one drink) for guaranteed entry.
Address: Wembley Park, Wembley HA9 0JT; 99 George Street, Croydon CR0 1LD; 2-10 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6GY
8 Brigadiers, the City
For a rather decadent EURO experience, you can create your own private screening event in one of Brigadiers’ three private rooms, or cheer along with the masses in Blighters. Order from the a la carte menu or indulge in a beast feast. Screening England games and the finals only.
Address: 1-5 Bloomberg Arcade EC4N 8AR
9 The Hat & Tun, Farringdon
A traditional British pub, the Hat and Tun is screening all the action. Book a table in the main bar or the sports lounge and you can even pre-order a burger or pie and drinks for a fuss-free day. There's also a free shuffleboard should you only be half paying attention.
Address: 3 Hatton Wall, Farringdon EC1N 8HX
10 Hope & Anchor, Brixton
A Youngs' pub, the Hope & Anchor is a jovial, causal spot to catch a game in. With plenty of screens, a giant projector and big beer garden, you can watch a game in comfort whatever the weather is doing. For food, you've got dirty snacky bits and burgers like mac and chees croquettes and pulled beef loaded fries with boozy sauce.
Address: 123 Acre Lane, Brixton SW2 5UA
11 Greenwood, Redwood & Westwood, Victoria, London Bridge & Shepherd’s Bush
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.
Address: 170 Victoria Street SW1E 5LB; London Bridge Station SE1 9SP; Westfield Square W12 7HB
12 The Temperance, Fulham
Screening all the Lionesses' games, The Temperance has big screens and an easy atmosphere for EURO fans. There are food and drink packages available and is family-friendly. Food wise, go for a pizza, but there's also burgers, nachos and dirty picky bits to get stuck into. Book ahead.
Address: 90 Fulham High Street SW6 3LF
13 Truman’s Social Club, Walthamstow
Truman’s Social Club is a sprawling 6,500 square foot event space and brewery in Walthamstow's Beer Mile. The venue is screening every match in the Women's EUROs, however only Lionesses games will be screened on the big screen. It's a cavernous, family-friendly space, with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, and many more drinks behind the bar other than beer.
Address: 1 Priestley Way, Walthamstow E17 6AL