As the nation readies itself for the hotly anticipated UEFA Euro 2020 tournament, here are some top places where you can catch the action in Bristol. 

Racks Bar and Kitchen

With more than 12 screens, Clifton sports bar Racks is a favourite Bristol hangout for watching live sport. They also have an excellent food menu, including small plates, pizzas, burgers and a £6 lunch menu Monday to Saturday. As such a popular spot, booking in advance at Racks is essential – head to their website now to save yourself a table.  

Image - Racks Bar & Kitchen

King Street Brew House  

With a microbrewery on site, King Street Brew House is the ideal place for serious beer lovers to watch the Euros. As well as a smashing selection of cask and keg beers, they have a delicious pizza menu with vegan and gluten-free options available. Tables are first come, first served, so get down early to find a spot on match days.

King Street Brew House

Image - King Street Brew House

Ashton Gate Stadium Sports Bar 

Watch all England’s Euros games live on the Sports Bar's big screen – the biggest indoor pub screen in the UK – or in the Fan Village at Bristol City’s home ground. Packages for each area need to be booked in advance and cover food and drink as well as your seat.

Big screen at Ashton Gate Stadium Sports Bar

Image - Ashton Gate Sports Bar

Harbour House

Formerly a boathouse once used by Brunel, Harbour House is now a relaxed restaurant and bar with a newly added sports terrace. Catch every Euros match here on one of the 12 screens. Food from Street Food Riot will be on offer as well as ice cold pints and cocktails from the outside bar. You'll need to book tickets in advance through their website. 

The Cider Press

Catch all of the Euro 2020 fixtures at this Gloucester Road pub, where they have eight screens and two HD projectors for showing live sport. As the name suggests, cider is a big deal here with no less than 32 on the menu, along with some great pub grub. Book in advance via their website to ensure a seat with a good view.

Showcase Cinema de Lux

Watch the England, Scotland and Wales Euro games as well as the final with some popcorn in hand at the Showcase Cinema in Cabot Circus. It’s free to attend – you just need to book your seat through their website in advance. And make sure you’re there more than 10 minutes before kick-off or your tickets may be reallocated!

Bristol Improv Theatre

The quarter final match between England and Ukraine will be playing on Bristol Improv Theatre's projector screen on Saturday 3 July. They're based on St Paul's Road in Clifton and will be running table service from the bar. 

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Racks Bar & Kitchen
Racks Bar & Kitchen

Racks Bar and Kitchen, one of Clifton’s best venues, is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking for a restaurant with excellent table service and a delicious array of breakfast, lunch and evening meals.

King Street Brew House
King Street Brew House

The King Street Brew House is an urban style city centre pub with its very own micro-brewery creating an amazing range of both cask and keg beers.