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Where To Watch The Euro 2020 Final In London

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Where To Watch The Euro 2020 Final In London

It's coming home this Sunday and even the most anti-football of people share Jurgen Klopp's sentiment, singing Three Lions at the top of his voice with a beer in hand.

Sunday's final against Italy is the first major final England has made it to since 1966 - so everybody wants a seat in front of a decent screen to witness this moment in history.

If you weren't one of the lucky ones to get a ticket to Wembley, the next best thing is going to a live screening with atmosphere and good beers on tap.


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The go-to venues such as BOXPARK, PaddyPark Fanzone and Trafalgar Square Fanzone have all now sold out, but there is some availability still in the less central locations.

Here's a list of places where you've still got a chance to watch the match on a big-screen with a cold one in your hand.

Pop Brixton, south London

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Opened in 2015, this quirky outdoor space has a huge screen to sit and watch all the action on.

It looks as though tickets to guarantee a bench have now sold out, but the company said on Instagram that there "are plenty of spaces for walk-ins" - if you can get in there quick enough.

You can order food and drink via an app when you're there, so no need to miss any of the action to walk to the bar.

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For more information about the venue, click here.

Truman's Social Club, east London

Truman's is the place to go if you're a beer lover as it's "the UK's largest beer hall" complete with "a huge sun-soaked beer garden."

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Tickets to watch Sunday's final on one of its two big screens have now sold out. But like Pop Brixton, the venue has allocated a certain amount of spaces for walk-ins, so get your running shoes on!

There's more information about the venue here.

Costa Del Tottenham, north London

Costa Del Tottenham is the largest space showing the Euros in London.

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The venue has been transformed into a 5,000 sq ft 'Euro Warehouse'. On top of that, there'll also be "footy inspired" music blasting out before and after the game to get fans in the spirit (like we need any help).

Although tickets have now sold out to this venue, you can still join the waiting list and hope for the best.

Lola's Underground Casino, central London

For something a little different, you could head to this underground cabaret-style bar to watch this Sunday's final in style.

To find out how you can get your hands on a spot in the Hippodrome's swanky bar, click here.

As you can imagine, just 48 hours before one of the biggest games in England's history, the options for screenings are running out fast.

Wherever you go to watch the game this weekend, have fun and stay safe.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Football, Euros

Laura Sanders
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