Where to watch Euro 2016 in Manchester
If you’re seeking out the best bars and pubs to watch Euro 2016 in Manchester, you’re certainly in the right place. We’ve searched high and low to find a list of venue’s worthy of this football-crazy city, and this shortlist of the best places to watch the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament is what we’ve come up with!
Last updated on 1st September 2016
It just so happens to be one of the biggest football events in Europe, and that means that Dive aren't likely to miss out. Head on down to this sports favourite and catch all of the very best Euro 2016 matches, live in action.
With their Euro 2016 themed menus, football competitions and live screenings, it's no wonder that the Black Dog Ballroom group are the best places to catch all of the football and match action this season in the city. Head on down for big screens and a bellowing atmosphere.
An elegant and dramatic casino venue by trade, Manchester235 also offers its punters a stylish place to catch all the biggest sporting fixtures too. Get yourself along early for a bite to eat and a couple of drinks, before it's over to the function room to enjoy all the Euro 2016 action in stunning definition.
Get your fix of that authentic Bavarian experience at this lively drinking den. Settle yourself down at their long bench seating and order an ice-cold Stein, barstaff where traditional Bavarian garms, Oompah bands play and a footie-mad crowd gets fully involved.
Boasting the chance for Manchester's football lovers to watch every Euro 2016 match live on screen, not only can you expect all of the pitch action at Hard Rock Cafe, there's games packages, themed food and drinks deals aplenty.
Giving it welly, and showing all of the best Euro 2016 games this footie season in the Northern Quarter, Tib Street Tavern provide the ultimate sports haven with a HD projector, booth availability and more.
Seeing as the matches are being held in France this year, it's only fitting that one of the best French inspired bars in Manchester is set to host all of the Euro 2016 matches in their sporting glory. Head on down for booze and balls aplenty.
With a name like that, it's no wonder that Cafe Football is one of the best places in Manchester to watch Euro 2016. Head on down for 13 huge plasma screens, happy hour deals, and all the live match action you could hope for.