UEFA Euro 2024

June 14 2024

Get Ready for Euros 2024: Football Fever Takes Over!

With the UEFA Euro 2024 now underway, football fans across the globe are buzzing with excitement. This highly anticipated tournament promises to deliver thrilling matches, unforgettable moments, and the chance for nations to showcase their footballing prowess. Held in Germany, Euros 2024 will bring together the best teams from across Europe, each vying for the coveted championship title.

From the heart-pounding group stages to the nail-biting knockout rounds, the competition is set to captivate audiences with spectacular goals, skilful play, and the unbreakable spirit of the beautiful game.

We’ve listed below some of the great locations within London Heritage Quarter where you can catch the games:

  1. Greenwood
  2. bbar
  3. The RSA
  4. Roka Aldwych (selected matches)
  5. Lane7 
  6. The Admirality – Trafalgar Square
  7. Smith & Wollensky (England Games only)
  8. Temple Brew House
  9. Sports Bar & Grill 
  10. The Pheonix 
  11. Market Halls Victoria
  12. The Bag O’ Nails 
  13. The Palm House 

 

Offers & Deals

Many local businesses are getting into the spirit of the tournament by offering fantastic deals you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re planning to watch the games at a lively pub, or are simply looking to indulge in some delicious food and drink specials, there’s something for everyone.

Five Guys is offering free delivery on Just Eat for the duration of the tournament, so you can get your burger fix from the comfort of your home.

Get a Pizza and Beer Bundle from Blue Orchid Hotels, which includes two pizzas and 8 beers in a bucket of ice (4 Bottles and 4 Camden Hells 330ml Cans) for £50. Or simply enjoy the bucket of beers for just £35.

Catch all the games at bbar and indulge on exclusive pre-order packages: any burger and 2 pints of beer for £25 per person, any bar snack and 2 of glasses Prosecco for £20 per person, a bucket of 16 beers for £64, and a sharing platter with any 4 bottled beers for £25. Find out more and book a table.

Happy Hour will run from 5 to 8:30pm at Roka Aldwych, perfect timing for those later kick-offs.

 

Raising Awareness of Domestic Abuse

Although the Euros is a source of entertainment and joy for many, sadly for countless women and children this is not the case. For women and children experiencing domestic abuse, tournaments like these can put them at even greater risk. Although football doesn’t cause domestic abuse, where it is already present, big games like this can make existing abuse more frequent and severe. 

Women’s Aid has a strong track record of campaigning around major football tournaments to raise awareness of support services for survivors and encourage everyone to play their part in ending domestic abuse for good. Find out more about the campaign and the help available by visiting their website.