A year later than it was supposed to take place, the Euros will finally be kicking off this Friday 11 June.
There are a few venues screening the games outdoors but the majority of places will be showing them inside.
Wherever you’re watching it, look forward to once again shouting at the telly with a bunch of strangers.
Showing the games on both indoor and outdoor screens, the Crown and Kettle is open for walk ins for the Euros matches.
They’ll be serving up craft beers and ‘cool concoctions’ from around Europe, and they’ll also be playing price-drop pints for key fixtures.
Showing live matches on their big outdoor screen is The Oast House. There’s a full programme of matches that will be shown for free but all England games will be ticketed.
Tickets will be £10 in tables of 6 and each come with a free pint. Book here.
The Smithfield social will be showing all the Euros matches, at socially distanced tables of six with table service.
Enjoy small plates, cocktails and Sunday Roasts. They recommend booking 90 minutes before kick off for the England matches. Book here.
Bunny Jacksons and its ‘little cousin’ Junior Jacksons in the Northern Quarter are both screening all matches for the Euros.
Open 5pm to 3:30am every day, there’ll be cold beers, whiskey, £1 sliders. Walk ins only.
The first floor bar at the Lost Cat will be screening all Euro 2020 games where there’ll be big screens and lots of beer. The Ground Floor will remain a football-free zone.
Walk ins only.
The Vault at Stock Exchange Hotel is taking bookings for Euros fixtures with food and drink packages from Tom Kerridge’s The Bull & Bear restaurant.
Packages start at £49 per person, and include beer and bowl food. There is a minimum of two guests per table and the space which fits a maximum of 54 people can be privately booked on request.
For bookings and information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The newly opened Great Northern Beach Club has private beach huts available to book for Euro 2020.
The hut bookings include a 42″ TV screen, a welcome drinks package and a personal host.
The self-proclaimed home of NQ sports is another spot to watch the Euros matches this month. They’ve got a large outdoor area where you can watch the matches too.
Walk ins welcome or call 0161 834 1600.
O’Shea’s Irish Bar has limited availability for bookings of four, five and six for Euros matches. Tickets for each game are £5 per person.
Links to book here.
Cafe Football in the National Football Museum has packages available to book for the Euro games such as the Euro 96 package which includes a six-pint beer tower.
Dive Bar and Grill in the Northern Quarter is hosting indoor viewings of all major Euros matches.
Walk ins are welcome or call 0161 826 3080 to book.
Opened in September last year, Brickhouse Social is taking bookings for all games. Enjoy the games with burgers by Icon Burgers, cocktails and more.
DM them on Instagram to book.
The Shack is selling tickets for tables of four and six for the England games, which include food and drink. There are also booths with a private screen available to book.
Northern Quarter bar Pen and Pencil are taking bookings for the upcoming fixtures.
Reserve a table via their website and quote Euros when booking.
Port Street bar Stage and Radio is screening all major games for the Euros.
Walk ins only.