Women’s Euro Final 2022: The best places in London to watch the Lionesses on July 31
After a triumphant 4-0 win over Sweden, England have made it through to the UEFA EURO final at Wembley. If you don’t have a ticket, here are some of the best places to watch,
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A 4-0 win against Sweden at Bramall Lane on Tuesday cemented the Lionesses’ place at Wembley, in front of a record-breaking crowd of 28,624.
Finally, all eyes are on the women’s game, with higher attendance and more viewers this tournament than any other Women’s Euros.
If you don’t have tickets to the final, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of London’s top spots to watch the game.
Tickets for Wembley are now sold out, but it’s worth keeping an eye on the Ticketing - UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Twitter feed. Additional tickets went on sale this morning, and they’ll be posting if more become available before the game.
Trafalgar Sq, London WC2N 5DN
Trafalgar Square is hosting a free screening for up to 7,000 Lionesses fans this Sunday, making it the largest TV showing in London.
The event is standing only, with accessible viewing space for wheelchairs.
Spots will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, although viewers are encouraged to register their interest online.
As well as showing the game, the UEFA Fan Party also includes a pop-up football pitch, live music, interactive football-themed activities and food and drink stands.
The site will open to the public at 11am, before kick-off at 5pm.
21 Eccleston Pl, London SW1W 9NF
Watch the Lionesses this Sunday from the comfort of a deckchair in Eccleston Yards’ pretty Belgravia courtyard.
There’s Happy Face pizza and cold Amie wine on hand too.
163 Upper St, Islington, London N1 1US
Named after the 90s Colombian footballing legend, this brand new, inclusive sports bar opened on July 7.
Unfortunately, it was a day after the Euros started, but Valderrama’s has made up for it by showing all 30 other games.
Inside, you’ll find murals, paintings and vintage goalie shirts, as well as —crucially— high spec screens and projectors so you can watch the games from wherever you’re seated.
There’s an outdoor terrace and a food menu, designed by chef (and owner) James Cochran.
The Colonel Fawcett, Camden
1 Randolph Street, Camden, London, NW1 0SS
Enjoy the final at this independent, 19th century gastropub in Camden, which also hosts music, comedy and club nights.
It serves 16 draught beer lines and three real ales, as well as almost 150 different types of gin. There’s food too, and two gardens.
Truman’s Social Club
1 Priestley Way, London, E17 6AL
This cavernous craft brewery has shown all the Euros fixtures this summer across its 18-foot HD protector and HD plasma screens.
Truman’s have up to 20 beers to choose from, including its core range, limited editions and guest beers from other breweries.
Booking for the final is recommended.
St James of Bermondsey
72 St James’s Rd, London SE16 4QZ
This traditional London pub in Bermondsey has screened all 31 games this July. It has a cosy beer garden and serves craft beer, gin and cocktails, as well as food.
The Clapham North
409 Clapham Road, London, SW9 9BT
There’s a designated sports screening space in this split-level Clapham watering hole, which will be screening the final. Book in advance on its website.
It’s worth noting that sister establishment The Perky Nel (which is just down the road) is also screening the tournament.
Toca Social, Greenwich
The O2, Peninsula Square, London SE10 0DX
If you’re looking for somewhere more secluded to watch the games, you can book a private box for up to 20 friends (plus a 14-pint keg of Birra Moretti) at this interactive football and dining establishment.
You can have food and drinks delivered to your box – and best of all, when the game is finished, you can have the space to play one of Toca’s four football-themed games.
Boxpark Shoreditch, Wembley and Croydon
2-10 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6GY
Actually, all three Boxparks will be screening the Euros.
There are three ticket options: one at £10 (including a drink) and £20 (with two drinks) which both guarantee entry, and a free ticket option, which does not. Early arrival is advised.
Aiming to “capture the energy that the tournament will create across the country and celebrate the beautiful game”, Boxpark has also laid on live performances, DJ sets and a host in between the games throughout the tournament.
The Stag’s Head, Hoxton
55 Orsman Road, London, N1 5RA
The Stag’s Head has teamed up with Baller FC —that stands for “Baller Friends Collective”— to provide friendly, inclusive screenings of all 31 games, which are open to football veterans and newbies alike.
Baller FC has arranged a whole calendar of events for the tournament, including parties, BBQs, fanzines, footy fashion events and film screenings.
The games are all free to watch – Baller FC just asks that attendees check out their “Rules of the Game” first, which help ensure that this is a safe, welcoming space for everyone.
Bar Kick, Shoreditch
127 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JE
Bar Kick, the “home of live sport in Shoreditch”, is showing the final across its 12 4k screens. Book in advance.
It sells craft beer, cocktails, dirty burgers and fried chicken – and when the game is done, you can challenge your friends to a game of table football.
The Lord Nelson, Brentford
9-11 Enfield Rd, Brentford, TW8 9NY
Nearby Brentford Stadium has hosted some of the Euros games. If you want to soak up some of the atmosphere, The Lord Nelson is a good shout.
This recently refurbished pub is showing all the games, and has a lovely (heated and covered) beer garden.
Westwood Sports Pub and Kitchen
Ariel Way, London, W12 7HB
This sports pub near Shepherd’s Bush is packed with screens - and the Euros has taken priority this July.
Besides drinks, there are burgers, small plates, pizzas and bar snacks on the menu.