To The Boozer! Where to watch Euros 2016

The finest spots in Sheffield to watch the footy this month.

The Leadmill
Sheffield’s most illustrious gig venue will be showing all of the England games live across their 18 screens – with giveaways, drinks offers, free entry to the post-match club night and Vardy Bombs (WKD and Jagermeister, obvs) plus a bunch of other treats to enjoy.

Head of Steam
One of the new boys on the scene, while instantly going down as a favourite amongst the city’s beer aficionados, goes straight into contention for a quality live sport venue – offering large screens, a wide range of craft ales and meaty sustenance from their on-site smokehouse kitchen.

Head of steam 2Champs, Eccy Road
As one of the busiest sports bars in the city, Champs guarantees a lively atmosphere in their establishment which boasts 30+ screens spread across its interior and spacious beer garden.

If free entry, a mahoosive PA system and probably one of the biggest HD screens in Yorkshire isn’t enough to tempt you, then Plug are taking the party up a notch with a live DJ before and after the match, Vardy masks and a huge BBQ in their beer garden.

You can book a table to ensure a seat amongst what is sure to be one of liveliest venues in the city to watch the tournament. With its huge screen and pint & burger offers for £9.95, Walkabout has all the bases covered.

Common Room
52 screens, top-notch BBQ food and happy hour drinks deals running throughout the week makes Common Room a football fan’s haven during the big tournaments.

common_room18Napoleons Casino, Owlerton
Nine widescreen TVs ensure you won’t miss a single minute and with the card room set up in theatre style seating for all England matches, you’ll be able to enjoy in style. Plus, with their valet service, there’s no need to go to and from the bar! Top it all off with the 3Bs – Burger, Beer & £5 Bet for just £8.

Napoleons Casino, Eccy Rd
Possibly the best value beer around, enjoy a pint at the Casino Bar during every match for a mere two quid!
Don’t worry about craning your neck either; Six widescreens mean you’ll have a crystal clear view of every glorious goal.

NapoleonsThe Cavendish
A plethora of screens, big and small, showing all the important live games – throw in craft beer options, offers on sharer food trays and pitchers along with a suntrap beer garden and The Cav’ remains a great shout for celebrating The Euros with pals.

The Nursery Tavern
When the sun is shining and your team are winning, the Nursery Tavern outdoor screen in its vast beer garden is possibly one of the best places in the city to watch sport. Throw in plenty more screens indoors, an electric atmosphere plus affordable drink/food offers and you can’t go far wrong.

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