Where to watch England's Euro 2020 games

Stevenage FC celebrated the opening of the new facilities with a bondholder party on saturday

The 76 Lounge at Stevenage's Lamex Stadium. - Credit: SFC

Football fans are set to flock to the pub with the hope of watching England finally bringing football home at this summer’s European Championships.  

Gareth Southgate’s men will start their Euros campaign with revenge on their mind, taking on 2018 World Cup foes Croatia on Sunday, June 13. 

The old enemy Scotland will be up next in Group D on Friday, June 18, with the Czech Republic their final group opponents on Tuesday, June 22. 

Depending on their position in the group, the Three Lions will be in knockout action week commencing Monday, June 28, while some England fans will already be dreaming of the final at Wembley on Sunday, July 11. 

Here’s where you can watch the games and plenty of other tournament matches in our area. 


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Stevenage FC will be welcoming fans to their new 76 Lounge in the Lamex Stadium’s North Stand for England’s group fixtures, which will be shown on three large projector screens and multiple TVs. 

Tickets are priced at £7.50 per person per fixture and will include loaded nachos and a choice of one beer, wine, or soft drink per person, with tables available to purchase in groups of two, four and six. To book, visit www.stevenagefc.com/news

The Drapers Arms in Stevenage old town will be gripped by football fever throughout June and July, with the pub showing every minute of Euro 2020 live. 

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With a big screen in their spacious garden, as well as a number of screens inside and at selected booths, there are plenty of ways to watch Harry Kane and Co take on the continent's best. 

Anyone wanting to watch games at the Drapers Arms are recommended to book tables due to the number of fans expected to flock to the pub in the High Street. To book, visit www.greatukpubs.co.uk/draperarmsstevenage

In Stevenage new town, The Old Post Office off the town square will also be showing every minute of action from the tournament, as will The Man in the Moon in Broadwater Crescent. 

To book a table at The Old Post Office, visit www.greatukpubs.co.uk/theoldpostofficestevenage. To book at The Man in the Moon, visit www.craftunionpubs.com/the-man-in-the-moon-stevenage

In Hitchin, town centre manager Tom Hardy confirmed to the Comet that there were no plans for a big screen showing games, but a number or pubs and bars in the town will be showing matches. 

Osinsky’s in Market Place has a number of big screens dotted around the bar, with their numerous booths and tables providing the perfect place to watch the Three Lions this summer. 

With regular DJs, delicious food and a plenty of pool tables, the bar – located above Waterstones – will certainly have a lively atmosphere for this summer’s tournament. To book, visit www.osinskys.co.uk

Elsewhere in Market Place, The Rose and Crown will also be showing games on their screens, while around the corner in Bridge Street, BB’s Bar will be showing games on indoor screens, with seating available at the front of the bar or in their newly renovated conservatory area. 

To book a table at The Rose and Crown, visit www.craftunionpubs.com/rose-and-crown-hitchin. To book a table at BB’s Bar, visit www.bbsbar.co.uk.  

If you fancy a spot in the sun to watch the game, the Coopers Arms in Tilehouse Street will be showing matches both outside and inside, starting with Wales’ opening Group A fixture against Switzerland on Saturday, June 12. 

Visit www.mcmullens.co.uk/coopersarms to find out more. 

In Letchworth, The Platform will be showing every Euro 2020 game live on their indoor screens, with the pub encouraging people to book tables to avoid the disappointment of missing out. To book, visit www.craft-pubs.co.uk/theplatformletchworth

For those willing to travel further afield for the supporter zone experience, the Trafalgar Square Fan Zone in London will be open for England matches as well as the semi-finals and final, while Potters Fields Park is hosting the Football Village, which will show non-England games. 

A ballot for Trafalgar Square Fan Zone tickets will be opening later this month. Visit www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/euro-2020-trafalgar-square-fan-zone-faqs to find out more. 

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