The Best Places to Watch the Euros 2021 in Manchester

The tournament kicks off this Friday - is footy gonna come home?

The Pen & Pencil
One of the Northern Quarter’s best spots to watch the footy with a fair few beers, The Pen & Pencil will be pulling out their massive screen for the games. As usual, there’s a massive list of cocktails to drink and a huge menu of food – including some outstanding burgers. Try the Mac & Cheese Burger.

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The Oast House
With one of the city’s best and biggest outside terraces, Oast House looks set to become the go-to destination for watching the footy this June – just as long as this glorious weather keeps up. It looks like it’s going to get very busy – so get yourself booked in here ASAP.

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Lime Bar
A Salford Quays institution, Lime Bar has been soldiering on here for 21 years now, and it’s still independent and family-owned. They recently introduced a few new food menus – so you can now tuck into some fantastic sushi from Unagi whilst watching England batter everyone.

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4TheFans Fanpark
A massive dedicated fan park down in Trafford, 4TheFans will feature three huge anti-glare screens with a world-class sound system, food, drinks and a proper big game atmosphere. They’re even hosting exclusive pre-match Q&As with Paul Merson, David May and Danny Mills.

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Brickhouse Social
Brickhouse Social will be playing all the games throughout the tournament, and it’s a cracking place to rock up and tuck into some bevvies and enjoy some food from the excellent Icon Burgers. Their fried chicken is insane, and you HAVE to order their loaded fries.

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Great Northern Beach Club
Down outside the Great Northern Warehouse you’ll find a lovely little terrace and some sheds, each one offering up unrivalled football watching opportunities. Each hut has it’s own screen so you can have a great personal experience with you and your mates.

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Dive Bar & Grill
If there’s a sporting event that you want to watch and you’re in the city centre – you can always rely on Dive Bar & Grill to be showing it. They’ve got loads of screens in here and you can enjoy the footy alongside a pretty impressive menu of food and booze.

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The Vault at Stock Exchange Hotel
Probably one of the most impressive places to watch the footy this Summer – the Stock Exchange Hotel have opened their vault – so you can watch the action with your mates with food and drink from Chef Tom Kerridge’s Bull & Bear.

For bookings contact: events@stockexchangehotel.co.uk

 

The Con Club
The best place in Altrincham to catch the footy – The Con Club will be screening the full tournament upstairs from 11th June. It’ll be proper busy for England games – so get yourself booked in for those.

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Dukes 92
The iconic Castlefield spot will have loads of big screens dotted around, both inside and outside on the terrace and (hopefully)a great atmosphere. You should also expect plenty of food flying around on busy match days, and if it’s sunny – they’ll likely fire up the BBQ.

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Café Football
The Trafford Park establishment will be showing all televised games on several large screen TVs while serving up European inspired food, towers of beer, and giving away some brilliant prizes.

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O’Shea’s
Launched back on 12th April, O’Shea’s massive new beer garden is down near Piccadilly and will be screening the Euros from 11th June. If the weather keeps on shining then this will be one of the best places to watch the game in the whole city.

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