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Euro 2020: Where can I watch the football in London?

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England facing Denmark in the semi-final of Euro 2020 has come at a time where lockdown seems to be easing slightly. With the weather holding up for the quarter-final, you're probably wondering where to watch this Wednesday's match. 

Well, whether you're looking to watch either semi-final with your mates, there are plenty of venues that are open and broadcasting the games, including the Trafalgar Square Fan Zone. Here's our guide of where to watch the final three games of the tournament... 

Trafalgar Square Fan Zone (Trafalgar Square)

The UEFA Euro 2020 Fan Zone in Trafalgar Square (opens in new tab) is open for business. 

England matches have all been broadcast in the square, with both semi-finals also shown at the Fan Zone. Tickets for the first three matches went exclusively to key workers - but seats for knockout matches have been allocated by a public ballot.

The ballot for the final is open until 10am on Friday 9 July. You'll want to reserve your place (opens in new tab)...

BOXPARK (Croyden, Shoreditch and Wembley)

BOXPARK (opens in new tab) is showing all UEFA Euro 2020 matches live from its three London venues in Croydon, Shoreditch and Wembley. 

Alongside having the magic of the competition on BOXPARK’s big screens throughout the venue, fans can tuck into street food and quench their thirst with plenty of beers and drinks from the bars.  

Skylight (Wapping)

Skylight (opens in new tab) rooftop is famous for its panoramic views across London’s skyline.

You can book a table for a maximum of 10 people throughout the tournament, with your booking including cans of beer. The venue features 4 x 2.5m outdoor LED screen for 600 guests to watch games live on a gigantic screen, with additional screens positioned throughout the venue. Because there's nothing worse than missing a goal when you go to the bar.

The Freemasons Arms (Covent Garden)

The Freemasons Arms (opens in new tab) pub has a great place in sporting history. It was here that the Football Association met in 1863 to thrash out the laws of modern football - and the pub has a great display of Football Association memorabilia alongside six HD TV screens featuring all the top matches.  

If you're a football history buff, there really is nowhere better to see the action. 

The Refinery Bankside (Southwark)

With one of the largest outdoor screens in the capital, The Refinery Bankside (opens in new tab)’s alfresco terrace is a great place to enjoy the sun - though its appearance feels as rare as Jack Grealish, right now. 

The venue kitted out with plenty of deck chairs, a large HD screen and a fully stocked bar so you won’t miss a single kick at Euro 2020.

Costa Del Tottenham (Tottenham Hale)

London’s biggest warehouse dedicated to football includes two giant screens, beer hall, street food, sun terrace and more. Costa del Tottenham (opens in new tab) is showing games on every match day and can seat 300 football aficionados at once, so the atmosphere is sure to be electric.  

Juju's Bar & Stage (Shoreditch)

Juju's Bar & Stage (opens in new tab) in Shoreditch is one of the top London venues for watching the Euros, with three huge projector screens, a beer garden and an expansive open-air terrace. Juju's is where you'll find the merriest (socially distanced) crowds enjoying craft beers, cocktails and scrumptious street food.  


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Mark White
Mark White

Mark White has been a staff writer on FourFourTwo since joining in January 2020, writing pieces for both online and the magazine. An encyclopedia of football shirts and boots knowledge – both past and present – Mark has also been to the FA Cup and League Cup finals for FFT and has written pieces for the mag ranging on subjects from Bobby Robson's season at Barcelona to Robinho's career. He once saw Tyrone Mings at a petrol station in Bournemouth but felt far too short to ask for a photo.