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Where to watch Euro 2024 screenings in the UK: Best Boxpark locations and other fan zones

Euro 2024 is set to begin on Friday night when Scotland take on Germany at the Allianz Arena in Munich. Football fans in the UK have been counting down to the tournament for a while now and given that it's the first summer tournament without Covid restrictions since the 2018 World Cup, there is a huge amount of excitement in the air.

Fans of England and Scotland will want to make the most of every match throughout the tournament so fan zones and Euro 2024 screenings are very much the order of the day. If you're wondering where to watch Euro 2024 screenings in the UK, then the guide below has you covered.

Euro 2024 screenings in the UK
England fans will pack out fan zones across the UK during Euro 2024 – Photo by Icon Sport

Where to watch Euro 2024 screenings in the UK: Boxpark locations

Boxpark has established itself as the number-one location for international tournament screenings over the past decade. Originally opening as a standalone in Shoreditch, it has since branched out and there are now four Boxparks across the country:

  • Boxpark Shoreditch
  • Boxpark Croydon
  • Boxpark Wembley
  • Boxpark Liverpool

All four Boxparks are putting on Euro 2024 screenings for every single Scotland and England match at the tournament, as well as screenings for other select matches. Prices vary at each one based on demand but the average price for admission is around £20 (which includes a £10 food voucher).

Fans will need to act quickly, though, as tickets for England matches are already selling out. The Three Lions' opener with Serbia is all sold out at Boxpark Shoreditch with limited availability remaining at the other three Boxpark locations.

Euro Group stage screenings at all four Boxpark locations:

  • Friday 14 June: Germany vs Scotland
  • Saturday 15 June: Hungary vs Switzerland
  • Saturday 15 June: Spain vs Croatia
  • Saturday 15 June: Italy vs Albania
  • Sunday 16 June: England vs Serbia
  • Monday 17 June: Romania vs Ukraine
  • Monday 17 June: Belgium vs Slovakia
  • Monday 17 June: Austria vs France
  • Tuesday 18 June: Turkey vs Georgia
  • Tuesday 18 June: Portugal vs Czech Republic
  • Wednesday 19 June: Croatia vs Albania
  • Wednesday 19 June: Germany vs Hungary
  • Wednesday 19 June: Scotland vs Switzerland
  • Thursday 20 June: England vs Denmark
  • Friday 21 June: Slovakia vs Ukraine
  • Friday 21 June: Poland vs Austria
  • Friday 21 June: Netherlands vs France
  • Saturday 22 June: Georgia vs Czech Republic
  • Saturday 22 June: Turkey vs Portugal
  • Saturday 22 June: Belgium vs Romania
  • Sunday 23 June: Switzerland vs Germany
  • Sunday 23 June: Scotland vs Hungary
  • Monday 24 June: Albania vs Spain
  • Monday 24 June: Croatia vs Italy
  • Tuesday 25 June: England vs Slovenia
  • Wednesday 26 June: Slovakia vs Romania
  • Wednesday 26 June: Ukraine vs Belgium
  • Wednesday 26 June: Georgia vs Portugal
  • Wednesday 26 June: Czech Republic vs Turkey

Tickets for all of these events can be purchased directly through the Boxpark website.

Where to watch Euro 2024 screenings in the UK: Alternative fan zones

Boxpark isn't the only organisation putting on Euro 2024 screenings in the UK. Plenty of establishments all across the country are advertising outdoor and indoor fan zones and tickets are selling fast.

A company called ‘4 The Fans' have set up fan zones in the following big UK cities for Euro 2024:

  • Aberdeen
  • Birmingham
  • Brighton
  • Bristol
  • Glasgow
  • Hastings
  • Leeds
  • London
  • Manchester
  • Newcastle

These fan zones have all been built specifically for Euro 2024 with the company leaving no stone unturned to ensure the best possible fan experience. Food and drink will be served at all venues while DJs will also be there to keep fans entertained pre and post-match. Some of ‘4 The Fans' fan zones will also host interactive Q and As with football legends.

Unlike Boxpark, these fan zones are only going to be active for matches involving England (for zones in England) and matches involving Scotland (for zones in Scotland). Tickets are selling rapidly for all group stage matches with ticket prices ranging from between £7-18.

More information can be found on the 4 The Fans website.

Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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