Where to watch the Euros final in London: the best pubs and bars to watch England vs Spain

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England’s Euros campaign may have been marked by jitters — play has been skittish, not calm and collected — but there has been a strange kind of magic to the way Kane and Co. have scraped through. That 2-1 win over the Netherlands? We’ve marched, somehow, all the way to the final. Bloody well get in. Ollie Watkins, you trooper.

And sure, it’s not been the greatest campaign of recent times — a tepid one-nil win over Serbia, two lacklustre draws (Denmark and Slovenia), that angina-inducing win over Slovakia —  but we’re through, and it feels good. Really, really good. On Sunday, at 8pm, Southgate’s boys face Spain. Is it.. could it be.. comi — no, don’t curse it.

You don’t want to miss it. So, save going over to Germany to watch the games live, here are the best places to follow the Three Lions that still have tickets.

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All three Boxpark locations — Wembley, Croydon and Shoreditch — are showing the final. The atmosphere in these shipping containers is madness, for some reason. Tickets here.

Various locations, boxpark.co.uk

Big Penny Social

There are screens inside and out and the Walthamstow brewery, and good beers too. The venue also has pyrotechnics ready for big moments, with a live band too. Let’s hope there’s plenty of chances for fireworks.

1 Priestley Way, E17 6AL, bigpennysocial.co.uk

Dalston Roofpark

In the heart of modern east London, Dalston Roofpark has transformed its warehouse into a “fan zone”. And so less natural wine, more anti-glare screens, DJs, and, here’s hoping, a few football legends milling about. We need all the support we can get.

The Print House, 18-22 Ashwin Street, E8 3DL, dalstonroofpark.com

Flat Iron Square

Flat Iron Square might be the place with the most televisions: 18, inside and out. Fan zones promise celebrity appearances, and there’s a tap room for beer and street food dotted around serving burgers, pizzas and more.

45 Southwark Street, SE1 9HP, flatironsquare.co.uk

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TOCA Social

At Toca Social at the O2, experience an “immersive” football experience, with a penalty shoot-out game and various other activities. Drinks, too, and huge screens in communal areas, private ones in bookable rooms. There are still tickets left.

The O2, Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX, toca.social

Signature Brew

Signature Brew sites hosted Baller FC for the Women’s World Cup last year and will be doing the same for the Euros, creating inclusive, safe spaces to enjoy the beautiful game without some of the chaos that sometimes joins it.

Various locations, signaturebrew.co.uk

Between The Bridges

If the weather’s fine, Between the Bridges is an excellent location thanks to its enormous outside courtyard. A huge screen is joined by street food and there are several bars to about. A buzzy, collective atmosphere.

The Queen's Walk, SE1, betweenthebridges.co.uk

Clapham Grand

The Clapham Grand is one of South London’s prime spots to watch just about anything. Its 24ft, HD cinema screen is alluring. For the final, there will be six extra screens on the balcony, all showing England matches.

The Clapham Grand, 21-25 St John's Hill, SW11 1TT, claphamgrand.com/

Market Halls Victoria

Market Halls Victoria reopened last year with a fresh look and ever-more food and drink stalls. Inside, the place will be kitted out with screens, all showing the Euro 2024

191 Victoria Street, SW1E 5NE, markethalls.co.uk


Every Bounce site, in Shoreditch, Battersea, and Farringdon, will welcome England fans in their droves for this Sunday’s mammoth showdown. Match day packages are in order, including one that includes two drinks, a seat to watch the game, and unlimited pizza. And then, of course, there’s ping pong in the downtime.

Various locations, bouncepingpong.com

A Blues Kitchen burger
A Blues Kitchen burger

The Blues Kitchen

Each Blues Kitchen — Camden, Shoreditch and Brixton — will be airing the final. As always, lots of drinks, and food including burgers, loaded fries and chicken wings.

Various locations, theblueskitchen.com

The Last Talisman

The Last Talisman in Bermondsey does a “beer bonanza bucket”, bringing 10 cold ones for £50. There’s food, too, with a focus on Asian-style dining.

171-173 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UW, thelasttalisman.com

The Faltering Fullback

This lively Finsbury Park pub has been a favourite among London sports fans for years now. Although primarily a rugby pub, the Fullback’s front room is a great place to watch football and gets packed out for big games, so expect it to be busy this Sunday. Good real ales and food, too.

19 Perth Road, N4 3HB, falteringfullback.com

Famous Three Kings

The Famous Three Kings specialises in craft beer, cocktails and gins, while the kitchen offers tapas, pizzas, and steaks. The Euros will be on; this has long been one of London’s most sport-dedicated pubs.

171 North End Road, W14 9NL, crafted-social.co.uk

Bar Kick

Bar Kick on Shoreditch High Street offers a friendly, engaging experience for fans in the area and remains one of the most popular settings for high-profile games, and this Sunday’s match is the most high profile of them all. The main room, complete with football tables and large screens, suits itself to big groups.

127 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JE, cafekick.co.uk

The Cross Keys

You can always expect the football to be on at the Cross Keys, a traditional neighbourhood boozer in Hammersmith with a keen selection of beers and an outside space tucked away out back.

57 Black Lion Lane, W6 9BG crosskeyshammersmith.co.uk


The Camden Eye

Found right around the corner from Camden Town underground station, the Camden Eye is one of the most dependable options for football in NW1.

2 Kentish Town Road, NW1 9NX, camdeneye.pub

The Coat & Badge

The Coat & Badge, a short walk from Putney Bridge station, is a good option for fans looking for a relaxed setting to enjoy this most majestic of games. Although during the final, things might get more lively.

8 Lacy Road, SW15 1NL, thecoatandbadge.co.uk

The World’s End

This Finsbury Park boozer is one of the best football pubs in North London. Punters will find Camden brewery and Meantime on tap, while big-screens in a couple of spacious rooms make it a good spot to watch the final.

23 Stroud Green Road, N4 3EF worldsendfinsburypark.com


This Irish pub in the far reaches of Tottenham is as proper as they come, with good Guinness, a pool table and a fun crowd. England won’t be on in an Irish pub, surely? Get away. It's a friendly place.

158 Broad Lane, N15 4QJ, 020 8365 1899

The Regent

Tucked away in a Balham side street, on the same road as Adele’s old school, is the Regent, a must for any football fans in SW12. The fish and chips aren’t bad.

21 Chestnut Grove, SW12 8JB, theregentbalham.co.uk

The Hercules Pillars

Fancy watching football in an old and traditional London boozer replete with Greek-style sculptures? This one’s for you.

18 Great Queen Street, WC2B 5DG, herculespillars.co.uk

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Dickens Inn

A three-storey pub overlooking St Katharine Docks, here there is pizza to be found, fine lagers and cask ales, and half a dozen screens positioned well to watch the Three Lions roar and thrash the Spanish.

Marble Quay, E1W 1UH, dickensinn.co.uk

Brixton Village

In good weather, there are few better places to perch than outside Brixton Village, with an al fresco bar and a big screen in the corner. Food comes by way of Fish Wings & Tings, Kaosarn, Jalisco, Okan, and plenty more besides.

Coldharbour Ln, London SW9 8PS, brixtonvillage.com

Pan Pacific

Less a raucous, pint-throwing situation, Pan Pacific has teamed up with Roseblood Provence wines to build a “terrace garden oasis”. But there are screens showing the final, so anyone who wants to glug chilled rosé while watching Jude Bellingham run midfield and score us a victory over Spain can do exactly that.

80 Houndsditch, EC3A 7AB, panpacificlondon.com


There are numerous screens and 11 different food stands at Metropolis, a lively food hall in the arches next to Vauxhall train station. Expect craft beers, bubbly cocktails and an excellent atmosphere.

Railway Arches, Albert Embankment, SE1 7TP, metropolislondon.co.uk