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Where to watch the Euros

13 June 2024

A great summer of sport is ahead of us, with the Paris Olympics and Paralympics taking us into September, the men’s T20 World Cup already exploding onto our screens and everything in between, we wanted to focus on the big event starting in less than a week – that’s right, Euro 2024 is almost upon us.

We are fortunate here at The Sidings to have many great venues to watch the biggest football tournament of the year, so if you are not lucky enough to be heading over to Germany, here are five of the best places to watch Euro 2024 in Southbank.

Between The Bridges

We start with the biggest venue on the list and one of the biggest beer gardens in London, plus it’s outside to boot, so perfect for those summer nights. Situated next to Jubilee Gardens, Between The Bridges is a pop-up beer yard running many summer events and most importantly for our list – showing Euro 2024 on its three massive screens.

If you want to watch the England games, you’ll need to book a spot, but we think £5 is pretty good value for the venue. You’ll have loads of space, meaning you won’t be squeezed in and they have plenty of street food stalls to get better than the average pub grub. 


If you are looking for a large venue, then few come with better creds than our very own BrewDog, here at The Sidings. One of the biggest pubs in the country, you get to choose from 17 screens across the venue but we recommend booking for the England games – it’s free to book a table and if you don’t, you might struggle to find space.

They have great food options (or pop into Nando’s first!) and plenty of options if you want to arrive early. Maybe a little bowling, head into the secret cocktail bar or down the now famous slide that connects the upper and lower floors – we told you it was big!

Passyunk Avenue

If you fancy watching the games in a totally different atmosphere, then how about watching the Three Lions in an American sports bar. Located in the always cool Leake St Arches, this bar is a perfect venue for sports and whilst they love their NFL here, they are always happy to show the superior form of football!

All the England games (and more) will be shown on the many screens and if you are planning to make a day of it, the selection of sports to play is immense – Pool, Shuffleboard, Ping/Beer Pong and even a baseball batting cage!

It’s a Philly-themed venue, so whilst they claim to have the best wings in London, we would point you in the direction of the Cheesesteaks or the Hoagies, Philly staples that will nicely fill you up before the big game.

Founders Arms

Perfectly placed between Tate Modern and Blackfriars, The Founders Arms is a great football-watching pub with one big advantage, some of the best views in Southbank. You might struggle to focus on the football with the views of the Thames that they have in this perfect pub.

A great menu means food is catered for, whilst an excellent selection of beers and a mighty fine wine list mean you won’t go thirsty. They also allow you to book a table for the games (free of charge) so you are guaranteed a comfy seat and great atmosphere.


You know we like to offer up a few curve balls and in our list of places to watch Euro 2024 in Southbank, we think Limin is the perfect surprise. It’d like escaping to the Caribbean, but right in the heart of Southbank – which might seem like an odd choice for watching football, but let us convince you otherwise.

Firstly, watch every minute, of every game on four massive 60-inch screens. Not bad for starters. Fresh beers, tick. Lots of Caribbean cocktails, anyone for rum? And finally, some of the finest food to watch football with that you can ever imagine.

Limin is the passion of owner-chef Sham Mahabir and his Trinidadian roots are all over the menu, and on football nights the sharing platters are going to be the popular choice. If you love Caribbean food, you won’t find a better place in London to cheer on the team.

So there you have it, five great spots to watch Euro 2024 in Southbank. We know there are loads more we could have recommended so if you have a preference, let us know and we’ll add it to the list.

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