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Where to watch the Euros 2024 in Liverpool

4 weeks ago

It’s the battle of the big screens in our rundown of the best places to watch the Euros 2024 in Liverpool. We’ve chosen bars, pubs and food halls that are known for their live sports, casual food and match-day atmosphere. Rest assured, these places are going to have screens aplenty showing every goal, missed penalty and dodgy tackle in glorious HD.

Celebrate or commiserate (let’s hope it’s the former) with crowds of fellow-football fans, or book your own private area to enjoy each nail-biting moment with just you and your bezzies.

Make sure you bookmark this Guide because when it comes to any major sporting event, these bars are the place to watch them all.

  • Almost Famous Brunch
    Book Now Ropewalks

    Almost Famous Liverpool

    Restaurant - American

    Located in Liverpool city centre’s Ropewalks area, Almost Famous is a burger restaurant with bite. They serve up behemoth burgers, gargantuan sides and killer cocktails in a candy-coated setting. 

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  • Spice Thai at Baltic Market with crispy pork belly, chargrilled duck and homemade barbecue pork char sui
    Baltic Triangle

    Baltic Market

    Restaurant - Global

    Liverpool’s Baltic Market is the city’s first food hall, built on the redeveloped Cains Brewery site. It’s the sort of place where there’s always a buzz and a carnival atmosphere. Food comes courtesy of some of the city’s best street food traders offering everything from burgers and burritos to more refined European bistro-cooking.

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  • Blackstock Market is an entertainment hub with Liverpool's biggest food hall, Hot Water Comedy Club, events and live music
    Vauxhall

    Blackstock Market

    Restaurant - Global

    Blackstock Market is a huge all-in-one food, bar and entertainment destination. It’s absolutely massive and incorporates Liverpool’s largest food hall as well as being the new home of the Hot Water Comedy Club (now the world’s largest regular comedy club space). Big laughs indeed.

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  • A Taylor Swift fan wearing friendship bracelets at her concert in Edinburgh, June 2024
    Baltic Triangle

    Boxpark Liverpool

    Takeaways

    It’s a transplant from that-there London but at least Boxpark Liverpool is full of local food names. This food hall meets events space is home to eight or so vendors including, at the time of writing, Rose Street Falafel (from the founders of Maray), Madre Burrito, Pukht and Yoki Social Table and Yumcha. There’s also Shake, Crazy Pedros, Simply Salt and Pepper and Stateside Grill. Choosing between them is not easy.  

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  • The bar at Einstein Bier Haus in Liverpool
    Ropewalks

    Einstein Bier Haus

    Bars

    If it’s dancing, drinking and Deutschland-inspired plates of schnitzel and wurst you’re after, you’ve come to the right place. Described as a “day to night venue”, the two-storey Einstein Bier Haus serves up hearty food, great bier, on-screen sport and live music on buzzing Concert Square.

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  • Book Now Princes Dock

    Malmaison Liverpool Bar & Grill

    Bars

    Malmaison Liverpool Bar & Grill is much more than just another soulless hotel restaurant. With its dockside location and terrace, celeb fans and cool boutique vibes, it’s one of Liverpool’s most impressive dining destinations.

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  • Irish sausages and mash and a pint of Guinness at McCooley's Concert Square - an Irish pub in Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre

    McCooley’s Concert Square

    Pubs

    This cavernous tavern on Concert Square fills up fast on weekends and match days. But there’s big screens throughout so even when it’s rammed, it’s not hard to get a good view of the sports action, and with three separate bars, getting served isn’t a trial either. 

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  • Book Now Ropewalks

    Pattersons

    Bars

    Fried chicken in a bar setting with a big emphasis on music, beer and cocktails – Liverpool independent Pattersons has hit on a winning formula here. 

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  • Ropewalks

    PINS Social Club

    Bars

    As the name suggests, PINS Social Club is more than just a bar – and it’s more than just a ten-pin bowling alley too, with pool, table tennis, shuffleboard and karaoke to keep you entertained, along with bites and burgers plus plenty of pizza courtesy Rocco’s Deli & Diner.

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  • Pogue Mahones Liverpool - a recommended Irish pub in Liverpool city centre.
    Liverpool City Centre

    Pogue Mahone Liverpool

    Pubs

    Situated on the booze-soaked Seel Street, Pogue Mahones is a long-standing, much-loved spot for Saturday night shenanigans (or any night for that matter).

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  • The Bierkeller Liverpool is one of the top sports bars with a party atmosphere
    Liverpool City Centre

    The Bierkeller Liverpool

    Bars

    The Bierkeller Liverpool is one of the best bars in Liverpool if you’re looking for a lively party atmosphere or somewhere to watch sport on the big screen – you can play it too with pool, darts, beer pong and shuffleboard.

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  • The Denbigh Castle, an award-winning pub on Hackins Hey
    Business District (Liverpool)

    The Denbigh Castle

    Pubs

    The Denbigh Castle is a characterful pub on Hawkins Hey, one of Liverpool’s most distinctive streets. Dating from 1815, the pub has come full circle, starting out as The Denbigh Castle before trying a few different names then reverting back to the original in 2020 when it was refurbished by the current licensees.

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  • A pint of London Pride at The Philharmonic Dining Rooms
    Georgian Quarter

    The Philharmonic Dining Rooms

    Pubs

    This impressively ornate pub was built over 120 years ago and stands proudly on the corner of Hope Street. The Philharmonic splits off into separate rooms, each more show-stopping than the next.

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