10 Places in Norwich to Watch Euro 2020

9 June 2021

10 Places in Norwich to Watch Euro 2020

After a year of watching the beautiful game at home alone, we’re allowed back in the pub to cheer on the winners with a pint, and a pal (or five). 

Euro 2020 (in 2021)  kicks off on Friday 11 June 8pm, with the opening match between Italy and Turkey. Ready to cheer on The Three Lions? Or shout for Wales or Scotland?  Make the most of the Euros in these 10 bars in Norwich, which have a great atmosphere to enjoy the tournament!

1. Mischief Tavern – 8 Fye Bridge Street

This ever popular pub has three pool tables, a football table, and lots of TV screens for watching the game. Beers on tap, as well as all your favourite spirits. A smashing choice for making a night of it!

2. Bar & Beyond – 24-26 Prince of Wales Road

This quirky Shoreditch inspired venue is filled with character, as well as excellent craft and draught beers. You’re sure to get great service, and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, as well as an excellent (hopefully) game.

3. The Wildman – 29 Bedford Street

This recently refurbished city centre bar is one of the oldest in Norwich. Get there early to make the most of happy hour from 4-8pm, and give their cocktails a taste test. Great ales on tap, with bar snacks also available – toastie and a penalty shootout, anybody?

The Wildman

4. The Woolpack Inn – 9 Golden Ball Street

This pet friendly pub has a wide selection of drinks and meals, so you can watch the game in style. Don’t miss the interesting murals on the walls too!

5. The Ribs of Beef – 24 Wensum Street

A proper traditional pub, The Ribs of Beef has a great riverside terrace, and a cracking atmosphere. Take in the game on their big screen, and pair it with a local ale and maybe even a burger. 

The Ribs of Beef

6. The Lamb – Haymarket

Tucked away in the heart of the city The Lamb is a large modern pub on an ancient site. Spacious inside, with a fabulous enclosed terrace outside, The Lamb is always buzzing! Four ales are served, mainly from national brewers but also from locals, including Adnams and Wolf.

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7. The Murderers & Gardeners Arms – 2-8 Timber Hill

It’s award-winning for a reason – with multiple large screen TVs all around the pub, and even the loos, so you won’t risk missing that goal! The Murderers & Gardeners Arms previously won the UK Sports Pub of the Year award, and has been a regular winner of the the East Anglian Sports Pub of the year.

The Murderers & Gardeners Arms

8. The Pig & Whistle – 2-8 All Saints Green

Very comfortable with a massive choice of drinks, this sports bar has the perfect atmosphere for watching  Euro 2020 in 2021, and during halftime you can relax with a game of  pool or darts too!

9. Ten Bells – 76 St. Benedict Street

Find this relaxed pub at the bottom of Ten Bells Lane. The perfect place to to visit for a good time with friends, their speciality is Argentinian food: including tasty grills, short rib and crispy chicken wings. Cheers!

10. The Garden House – 1 Pembroke Road

Showing live sports every day, The Garden House is the perfect place for sports fans to grab a refreshing pint of lager, sit back, and enjoy. With 6 screens inside and another 4 outside, you can even enjoy the game from the great outdoors if the weather’s nice!