Where To Watch Euro 2024 In Brighton

Tracking down the top bars and pubs to watch the footie isn't as easy as you may think. First, you’ve got to consider the atmosphere, then the number of big screens - and don't forget about the booze. No need to fret though, as we’ve made it our mission to keep you bang up to speed with the best places in Brighton to watch the Euro 2024 matches.

Last edited by Kiera Chapman

Last updated on 11th July 2024

BrewDog Brighton

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You'll hear crowds cheering and see plenty of pints being pulled from a selection of 30 taps over at BrewDog this summer. Hosting the best 2024 Euros final screening in Brighton, they'll be showing the match on their HD screens in its industrial-style haunt, alongside epic food and fresh craft beers. From stacked burgers and moreish fries to stonebaked pizzas topped with pepperoni, plus buffalo hot wings, there's something for everyone. 

Blind Busker Hove

With TVs in their beer garden and across the watering hole, Blind Busker is raising the game when it comes to pubs showing the UEFA. Book a spot at this gem for the 14th of June onwards and bask in the sunshine while catching 90 minutes of nail-biting action. If you're hungry, you can munch on three small plates for just £14.49, or £19.49 for five, which include hunter's topped chips and cheesy button mushrooms. 

St George's Inn

Planning to watch the match in Kemptown? The make your way to St George's Inn, where they'll be showing all the action across their multiple screens. There's an eclectic mix of music to enjoy when the game's not on, as well as a huge beer garden for soaking up the sun after the excitement's over. Feeling peckish? You're in luck, as the delicious homemade food here ranges from baked camembert with toasted ciabatta to honey-roasted ham with egg and chips.

The Black Lion

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Found a stone's throw away from the beach, The Black Lion is the perfect stop-off after a day by the sea. The historic venue has been around since the mid 1500s, maintaining its charm over the years despite new modern touches like local artwork, murals and a spacious beer garden. Follow your Euros game with live music from their regular lineup, all while enjoying craft beer and ales from nearby producers or one of the best bloody Marys in town.

The Exchange

The Exchange is a popular local pub in Hove, tucked away off the main road and filled with vintage interiors, alongside upcycled furniture quirky artwork lining the exposed brick walls. They've got HD screens aplenty here, as well as a talented chef cooking up everything from pork belly with smoked cheddar croquettes to pan-seared scallops and sumptuous Sunday roasts. Top it off with a pint, and you've got yourself a cracking match day experience.

Bath Arms

Check out all the Euros 2024 action at Bath Arms, a timeless Brighton pub serving up tasty grub in a prime spot in this historic part of the city. Established way back in 1868, this boozer has kept its classic vibe by retaining traditional features in the charming cobbled streets of The Lanes. From locally sourced pub grub like beer-battered cod and chips to their signature homemade liquor concoctions, they've got it all to keep you fuelled throughout the game.

The Joker

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This multi award-winning destination has been voted the Best Pub in East Sussex 2022 in the National Pub and Bar Awards, Top Three Places To Drink in Brighton by BRAVO and more, so you won't want to miss out during the Euros. Expect a brick-lined space with a hand-carved rosewood bar and a gorgeous rooftop terrace, as well as multiple screens showing the big games. Knock bank yuzu sours or mezcal margaritas while you watch, with a whopping 70-inch screen promising unbeatable views.

The Font

Take a trip to Font along the South Lanes for your fill of food, drinks and football. One of the best pubs to watch the Euros final in Brighton, this beauty is showing every goal on HD screens and delivering ice-cold buckets of beer straight to your table via an ordering app. If you can't make it to Olympiastadion in Berlin, then this is the next best thing as the neon-lit venue comes with steak and Guinness pies, plus fish finger sandwiches. 


Signalman is a great bar to enjoy the Euros 2024 in Brighton, offering you and your mates cosy interiors (think quirky bookcases paired with shabby-chic brick walls) and a brilliant beer garden for some half-time air. Sit back and relax with a 24-hour brined buffalo chicken burger (£14.50) or a crispy oyster mushroom-filled bun (£14.50), washed down with some unique craft ale before cheering on your team across two big screens.

The Victory

One of the oldest pubs in Brighton, situated in The Lanes, The Victory is a traditional boozer that'll be showing all the big games this summer across their HD screens. Secure a spot here to enjoy a cracking selection of beers and ciders while you watch the England matches, alongside a mouthwatering menu of fried chicken wraps, hearty meat or plant-based burgers and indulgent pasta dishes.

Open House

Located close to London Road station, Open House should be your very first stop in Brighton when it comes to watching the Euros. They've got one of the biggest beer gardens in the area, alongside three separate indoor spaces that will be showing all the action this summer. Stick around for DJs, live music and even comedy after the match, and if you get hungry then tuck into plates of beer-battered tofu, short crust pies and a whole host of delicious pizzas.


Promising to show all the key games from the qualifiers right through to the final, Freemasons knows a thing or two about live sport. A Grade II listed building and one of the only bars in Brighton to retain its original name, there are over 100 years of history to soak up as you watch the match, as well as a huge choice of craft beer, cocktails and wines. You can snack on chicken wings, tacos and loaded fries from Dunk'd while you're here, and if you visit on a weekend then you may even catch live DJs in the evening.

White Rabbit

The White Rabbit is a quirky seaside pub with a mix of traditional charm and eccentric decor, making it a top spot to catch all the UEFA Euros 2024 matches. And when it comes to grub, they've got you covered with their delicious Rabbit Food menu offerings, featuring locally caught fish in beer batter, hearty steak pies with all the fixings, and one of the finest Sunday roasts in Brighton.

The Lion and Lobster

Looking for the best Brighton pubs showing the Euros? Make your way over to The Lion and Lobster where the pints are flowing and all the action is shown on screens around the venue. One of the most traditional boozers in the city, it spans over three floors and has plenty of areas to chill out in, including a beer garden. Plus, the kitchen is also cooking up classics in case you get peckish and fancy a half-time snack: think roast pork belly, its signature cheeseburger and more. 


Venture over to Kemptown where Sidewinder is serving up a season of UEFA entertainment with their screenings throughout the tournament. Nestle into one of the vintage sofas for an action-packed match or take a breather in one of the two beer gardens. You can devour some of Classic Tonny's gourmet sandwiches here thanks to the venue's collaboration with the bread barons. Prepare to devour classic Italian subs (£11.95) and vegan BLTs (£9.95) from a droolworthy menu.

North Laine Brewhouse

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Wondering where to watch the Euro 2024 final live in Brighton? The North Laine Brewhouse is a definite contender for one of the top watering holes showing the major game over the summer, offering revellers some of the freshest craft pints around from their on-site brewery, along with loaded burgers and electric vibes. Head down to try your hand at ping pong during half time, then get your chops around crispy chicken breast and American cheese between two Belgium waffles, or a gochujang vegan affair.

Star & Garter

Boasting two spacious screens showing every second of the action during the Euros, Star & Garter is a lively beachfront spot that's always popular when the football's on. This historic venue dates back to 1750, iconic guests such as Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin have stayed here in the past, and there's even rumoured to be a friendly ghost lurking in the walls. Fancy a bite to eat during the game? Then delve into plates of cheesy pizza, loaded with sweet pepperoni, vegan mozzarella or even crispy French fries.

The Kemp

Promising an equally lively atmosphere from the group stages right through to the final, The Kemp is a welcoming pub on George's Road that's a must-visit during the Euros. They've also got an acclaimed kitchen serving up delicious dishes, so you can pair your match experience with everything from spiced lamb meatballs to Moving Mountains vegan burgers and battered haddock with chips.

Fiddler's Elbow

With a massive screen that's perfect for catching all the action and some of the cheapest on-tap Guinness in town, Fiddler's Elbow is up there with the top pubs for watching the sweet game in this city. The traditional Irish boozer also serves tasty pies, craft beers and has a lively buzz, plus, it's known for being the best Brighton haunt for drinking a pint of the good stuff. 

Inn On The Square

Football's coming home, so make your way to Inn on The Square for the Euros this summer. Situated in the lively Churchill Square, this pub provides a cosy and trendy setting for guests to savour tasty grub and refreshing drinks while catching all the football action. They'll be screening all the matches inside and outside on a massive 70-inch HD TV, so you can pick and choose the comfort of a crisp breeze or a cosy indoor retreat.

Old Albion

Old Albion is a characterful pub fronting dark wooden interiors and a wholesome atmosphere. In its main dining area, you'll find TVs showing all the Euro action this summer. Visit with family and friends to enjoy some scrumptious classic food too, such as cod and chips, served with chunky chips and a hearty pie of the week.

Ancient Mariner

The Ancient Mariner is your go-to neighbourhood pub serving up a variety of crafty beers, delicious nosh, and all the Euro 2024 England matches on the jumbo screen. Swing by this cosy joint nestled in the heart of the Poets' Corner community, where you can chill out on the outdoor terrace, hang in the beautiful beer garden, and bask in the warm glow of the crackling open fire while soaking up that classic pub vibe.

The Mesmerist

Spur on Harry Kane and co while soaking in the sun and sipping on a heady drink or two at The Mesmerist. Grab a table in their fabulous den or out on their rooftop terrace when the screens will be ready and waiting to bring you all the drama. Food-wise, you'll be able to chow down on some Tex-Mex-inspired nosh from a kitchen slinging out buffalo chicken quesadillas and pulled pork tostadas.

Shakespeare's Head

Join the football-loving community at Shakespeare's Head this summer. With three awesome outdoor spaces all around the boozer, this Seven Dials favourite is more than just a spot to catch all the football action. It's a place to connect, relax, and enjoy the game with its top-notch classic pub food, relaxed vibes, and plenty of old-school charm featuring board games and vintage goodies.

Grand Central

Loved by locals and tourists alike, Grand Central is neatly located in the centre of all the action, right by Brighton station. Jump off the train and into the sports pub where big TVs and draught beers are on standby. You'll find pub classics on the menu, such as beer-battered haddock, and some moreish small plates like deep-fried lasagna with marinara sauce, and crispy tofu bao buns.