Five of the best places to watch the Euros in London

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From beer gardens to riverside spots on the Southbank, these are the perfect hangouts in the capital to catch all the important games this summer.

The Euros are upon us once again, kicking off on Friday 14 June, and if you plan to watch the games at a public venue, you’ll want to book a spot before they fill up – especially when it comes to the much-anticipated England matches.

Whether you’re a die-hard football fanatic, a tournament specialist or you’ve invested in a nail-biting sweepstake, these lively London spots will help you secure the perfect setting to catch the action.

TOCA Social

Known for offering the world’s first interactive football and dining experience, TOCA Social is set to make a big splash during the Euros, with steins of beer and a bratwurst galore. Book a standing ticket or box in the main bar to catch all the action on one of multiple large screens. For a more immersive experience, secure a bench for up to six fans, and you’ll feel like you’re right there on the pitch side in Germany. Treat yourself to something extra special with a bespoke box package for a customised viewing experience for you and your group. Enquire now at


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Neverland at Fulham Beach Club

Set in a Miami-style beach club on the banks of the Thames, Neverland’s Euros 2024 screenings are sure to get you in the summer spirit. Enjoy the action on a huge outdoor screen from a classic deckchair on the beach – in the heart of London. Or if you’d prefer the VIP treatment, watch the game from a covered pergola with two internal screens. With tickets starting from just £7, including a drink of your choice and delicious sharing platters for your group, watch the football in style this summer. Book now on

Between the Bridges

If it’s football with river views you’re after, Between the Bridges, on the Southbank, offers a lively outdoor space to watch the England games. Soak up the buzzing atmosphere of this open-air bar and food market in the heart of central London. Grab an ice-cold pint and sample delicious food, from freshly baked pizza to burgers and tacos. With the matches shown across three huge LED screens, you might forget you’re not actually there in Germany if it weren’t for the spectacular views of the Thames. Book now at

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Big Penny Social

A football favourite for all the big matches and tournaments, Big Penny Social is going all out this summer to show support for England. In an open, sunny beer garden with ample space for sitting, jumping and cheering (hopefully), watch all the matches on a brand-new massive HD LED screen with an improved sound system. With over 100 beer taps, you won’t get stuck in long queues so you’ll never miss an important moment. Enjoy a house band at all England games and even pyrotechnics to celebrate all the big goals. Book now at

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Peckham Arches

For a more low-key viewing experience, head to this trendy spot in southeast London to watch the games in a lively, laid-back atmosphere. With a whopping 10 TVs throughout the garden and a giant screen overlooking the terrace, it’s fair to say the team at Peckham Arches are preparing for a big one, whether England win or not. Enjoy a selection of cocktails, wine and beers from the Bird House Brewery Bar, accompanied by a barbecue presided over by resident chef Ruben’s Reubens. Grab a £10 ticket for England’s group-stage games, which includes a complimentary pint upon entry. Book now at

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