Where To Watch The Euro 2024 Final In Manchester
Think it's coming home? If you're on the hunt for the best places to watch the football in Manchester, you’re in the right place. As the city’s football fans come out in their droves to watch England go head-to-head with Italy at Wembley Stadium, pubs and bars are sure to be buzzing as all the action unfolds. Here’s your definitive guide to the best pubs and bars showing the UEFA Euro 2024 final in Manchester.
You best believe this hot pink paradise will be screening the Euro finals on Sunday. Cheer on Sterling as he attempts to score goals, as you chomp on delicious slices of pizza and try to calm your nerves with freshly poured pints, in quirky Insta-worthy surroundings.
Banyan's Corn Exchange spot proved to be one popular spot for the quarters, so you better believe it'll be jam-packed for the finale of Euro 2021. While bookings are flying off left, right and centre, this place does sometimes have space for walk-ins on the day.
Spending the day at The Printworks? Manchester Bierkeller is sure to be brimming with eager fans cheering on the home side. Hunker down on one of the long tables, with steins of beer and plates of German-style grub to enjoy as you soak it all up.
If you're watching the Euro 2021 finals in the Northern Quarter, Dive NQ should be your first port of call. Not only do they feature a brand new heated and covered terrace space, but they'll be screening it all live from inside the bar.
If you're looking for places to watch football outside in Manchester? The Oast House should be well on your radar. One of the city's largest terraces has brought out the big screen, creating a fan hotspot for Saturday's match - plus, it's only a tenner to nab your place with a pint.
Found on the outskirts of the Northern Quarter and Ancoats, The Crown & Kettle will be showing the England vs Italy match both indoors and outside. Whatever the weather may be, we're sure singing Sweet Caroline while the game is playing will brighten up the soggiest of experiences.
Created as a response to the second stage of the government's roadmap, O'Sheas Irish Bar have a sprawling beer garden that's one of the best places to watch the Euro outside. A giant pop-up space for beers and booing our rivals, this is sure to be one fun place to be come Sunday.