Want to watch Euro 2024 in London with lots of other people?

There are many cities in Europe where they place large screens outdoor and whoever is around can sit in the grass and watch the different matches. That isn’t really so in London, meaning that you need to book a table in some sort of sports pub or bar or other outdoor club if you want the same experience. So, where should you go if you want to watch the European Championship in football with lots of other people in London?

There are lots of places you can go, and if you are satisfied with just anything, just do a quick search for sports bars in London. You will find them all around the city. But, do not forget that these are packed during big sports events, so it is wise to reserve a table before you arrive. Here you have the names of a couple of great sports pubs and bars in London.

Some great sports-bars and pubs in London.

  • Greenwood Victoria (170 Victoria St, London SW1E 5LB, United Kingdom)
  • Belushi’s by London Bridge (161 Borough High St, London SE1 1HR, United Kingdom)
  • Bar Kick Shoreditch (127 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JE, United Kingdom)
  • Broadleaf (25 Old Broad St, London EC2N 1HN, United Kingdom)
  • MatchPint (several locations in London)

These are a few names that are great for those who want to watch sports live together with others at a sports bar or a pub in London. But, are there any bigger venues for those who want even more excitement and joy?

Places where you can watch the European Championship with hundreds of others.

If you want to watch the matches at big screens in big halls with hundreds of other people, then you should visit “Boxpark.” There are three “Boxparks” in London and in these you can watch the matches with hundreds of others. There are three of the kind in London and you need to book your ticket in advance if you want to have a guaranteed spot. All the places are sold out for England’s matches already, but if you are interested in watching other matches, like Spain vs Italy during the group stage or any other group stage match, you can buy tickets in advance that will guarantee you a spot.

It is possible to reserve a free ticket, but you will only be allowed entrance with such a ticket if it isn’t full by the time you arrive. In other words, if the pay-tickets are sold out, your free reservation ticket will no longer be enough.

No entrance is allowed for kids under 16, and the cheapest entrance tickets with reservation, including one drink, starts from £8.

The three boxparks in London are located at the following addresses:

  • Boxpark Shoreditch: 2 – 10
 Bethnal Green Road
, London
 E1 6GY.
  • Boxpark Croydon: 99 George St, Croydon, CR0 1LD
  • Boxpark Wembley: Olympic Way, Wembley, HA9 0JT

The last in the list is located in front of the famous Wembley Stadium, giving you a chance to see the fantastic stadium before/after you have seen the match you are interested in during the European Championship in football.

You can buy your ticket for the different matches at https://boxpark.co.uk/. There are different tickets for the different matches, so you cannot buy one ticket and stay around all day!

Can I watch the football matches during the European Championship in my hotel room?

If you want to watch the matches on your own in your hotel room with a cold drink or while ordering something from room service, that is also possible. BBC and ITV are responsible for broadcasting the championship in the United Kingdom, which means the streams are free and available on most TV’s you will find in all sorts of hotels and apartments in London.

You can stream the matches on the BBC and the ITV website if you have a computer, or you can watch the tournament online on TV channels worldwide. The Budapest Guide has a detailed guide describing how you can stream the entire championship live on Hungarian TV, so if you don’t mind the commentators speaking Hungarian, then you might find those instructions useful.

We have written instructions earlier on how you can watch BBC and ITV online outside the UK, so if that sounds interesting to you, then we can warmly recommend that article!

We are really tired of England being close to winning international tournaments, but then failing somewhere along the road. In 2021, they got all the way to the final, but they didn’t succeed winning the penalty shootout against Italy. This time they managed to calm us all down by losing against Iceland in the last friendly match before the tournament, but Harry Kane said that it might serve as a booster to the team, showing them how they need to fight like lions if they want to have a chance at winning the tournament.

What do you think? Can England go all the way to the top in Germany? The three group stage matches of England will be played at the following times:

  • June 16, 20:00 – England vs Serbia (this is gonna be a tough one).
  • June 20, 18:00 – England vs Denmark (yet another tough match).
  • June 25, 21:00 – England vs Slovenia (supposedly the easiest group stage match, but who knows)

We hope England will finish the group stage with nine points, which again will give them a great entrance to the knockout stage.

What else is there to say? Good luck!