Where to Watch the Euro 2020 Final this Weekend
In case you haven't heard, football just might be coming home – win or lose, here's the best places to watch the Euro 2020 Final in the North East and Yorkshire
A popular spot for Newcastle revellers since it opened, Stack boasts a huge screen and an almost overwhelming array of bars and street food stalls to choose from. You won’t be limited to beer and snacks here, and if you fancy some cocktails, or a sushi bowl, they've got you covered too. Whilst Stack do accept walk-ins, they do advise booking a table in advance to catch the most anticipated game of football in more than 50 years.
Pilgrim Street, Newcastle NE1 6QG stacknewcastle.com
PaddyPark at Riverside
Newcastle has just been crowned one of the best cities in the UK to watch the Euros this year, so it's no wonder Paddy Power chose this city for one of their new viewing parks. High demand for tickets meant they went on sale on Wednesday so get online to grab yours quick, while you still can. They even offer umbrella hats for when the pints go vertical!
Neptune House, 1 Close, Newcastle NE1 3RQ paddyparkfanzones.com
The Drunken Duck
Get stuck in to some hearty food before you settle down, or gear up, for the match. The Drunken Duck in Durham is where the celebrations and party will be at during this year’s final, so make sure to get down early to secure your match table. Two for £10 cocktails are a great way to get into the footy spirit.
91a Claypath, Durham DH1 1RG facebook.com/TheDrunkenDuckDurham
The Black Swan
This Alnwick pub offers everything from tasty British dishes to locally-brewed beers – there are more than 170 varieties of gins too. It’s a favourite with the locals so table bookings are a must for this weekend’s final. Check their social media pages and website to grab yourself a table.
26 Narrowgate, Alnwick NE66 1JG theblackswan-alnwick.co.uk
A winner of CAMRA Real Ale awards, this traditional pub is a fantastic choice when it comes to watching the match. Reserve an area inside to watch the game, or grab a table in their recently opened beer garden to embrace the atmosphere. Their big screen TVs will have all the action live so you won’t miss a second of the match.
12 Green Terrace, Sunderland SR1 3PZ sjf.co.uk
A warm welcome awaits you at this traditional country pub. Three Tuns has multiple large screen TVs to get in amongst the action. Great food and great pints are also a highlight here, so make sure to get your table booked as tickets sell out quick.
1 Military Road, Heddon-on-the-Wall NE15 0BQ facebook.com/threetunsheddon
The Beck and Call
This recently-renovated pub has been a favourite during this year’s Euros, and it even has a children's play area to cater for a more family-friendly experience. The Beck and Call will be taking walk-ins but we recommend you book in advance so you don't miss out.
Stainbeck Road, Meanwood, Leeds LS7 2NP thebeckandcall.co.uk
The Dry Dock
A docked boat maintaining all of its authentic features, The Dry Dock is a unique venue that has fully committed to this year’s Euros experience. Priding themselves on serving great food at reasonable prices from 11am to 10pm, you can book your table via their website or the We Love Sports App.
Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 3AX pubswithmore.co.uk/thedrydockleeds
The Old Bank
With 24 screens, an outdoor TV in their sunken garden and two big projectors, The Old Bank is well-prepared for a busy Euros Final to say the least. Popular with locals and tourists alike, they are also offering bookings through their website and the We Love Sports App.
6-12 Lendal, York YO1 8AA greatukpubs.co.uk/the-old-bank-york
Village Hotel Pub & Grill, Hull
After a recent refurbishment, the Village Hotel’s Pub and Grill is the perfect place to spend a night of live sports. As well as screens dotted throughout the bar, it now boasts an 80-inch TV with theatre-style seating to fully immerse yourself in the action. Book your table and check our their delicious menu online too.
Henry Boot Way, Hull HU4 7DY village-hotels.co.uk/eatanddrink
York’s answer to Stack, Spark is also built from shipping containers and combines street food and drink stalls with community activities. With only 20 tables of varying sizes, however, tickets sell out fast – so keep an eye on their social media to bag a space in front of their sizeable screen.
17–21 Piccadilly, York YO1 9PB sparkyork.org
In the heart of Doncaster, the Yorkshire Grey pub is an ideal spot to watch the lads bring it home. Offering traditional pub grub and delicious cold pints, this Yorkshire pub will welcome you in to watch the match live on their TV screens. More of a cocktail kind-of person? Check out their summer selection too.
16–17 Hallgate, Doncaster DN1 3NA stonegategroup.co.uk
The Wildcard Bar and Grill
Experience the excitement at Sheffield’s first luxury sports bar and grill. With more than 40 TV screens and a huge Jumbotron, The Wildcard Bar is the perfect place to grab a pint and get amongst the live action of this year’s European final. Tickets will be selling out fast at this venue so make sure to keep an eye on their website and social channels so you don’t miss out on the action.
844 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8TD thewildcardbarandgrill.com