5 Best Places to Watch the Euros in Manchester

by Chris Balding

Phew, we finally made it past the Germans in a major tournament since winning the World Cup in 1966 and as you can expect the whole country has got football fever!…perhaps not the best choice of language during a pandemic.

From the cold sweats and heart palpitations to ecstatic elation when the referee blew the final whistle, beer has been flying in the air across the country. If this isn’t the case for you and you have the FOMO feeling then here are some of the best places to watch the rest of the Euros in Manchester. 

The Bread Shed

Did you know we’ve bagged The Bread Shed in Manchester for all of the England games? And to top it all off we’ve had plenty of live performances too! For the next match, get your hands on some FREE tickets for our exclusive event and be part of the action at a scotts’ favourite.

The Oast House

In the heart of Spinningfields, Oast House, has an impressive open air courtyard with a large screen to help you take in every header, pass and goal (hopefully from the three lions). This is a great place to watch the Euros especially if you are with your bird as there is a wide selection of cocktails to keep her happy. 

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O’sheas Beer Garden

If you’re local to Manchester then you’ve probably been to O’sheas which has been serving the good people of Manchester for over 20 years. Their latest offering to the city is O’shea Beer Garden, located just off the Mancunian way is perhaps the biggest pub garden in the city centre. 

Not content with just providing entertainment from showing the football, O’sheas is also showcasing some of the best live local artists in Manchester and gone one step further by teaming up with EAT NEW YORK to serve you some of their mouth-watering burgers and bagels. 

Dinner and a show what’s not to love….oh and apparently they serve the coldest pint in Manchester. 

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4TheFans Manchester Fan Park

The closest atmosphere you are going to get to Wembley, 4TheFans park is slightly further a field in Trafford but boasts the biggest screen and best entertainment designed to immerse the crowd in the games. 

With a DJ, competitions and giveaways there will definitely be a party atmosphere even if we lose.

Lastly, to put the cherry on top, the England games will be hosted by football legends Paul Merson, David May and Danny Mills.

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Dukes 92

Canalside in Castlefield, Dukes 92 has magnificent space inside and out. This could be the spot if you want to watch the beautiful game in a beautiful setting. Bonus, if the weather is good then they’ll whip out the BBQ. 

Beer + BBQ = Winning

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