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Where to watch England vs. Germany: Women’s Euro final big screenings and events

From Trafalgar Square to Blackpool Tower, millions will tune in for Sunday’s final

England’s Women’s Euro 2022 semi-final win over Sweden on Tuesday was watched by an average TV audience of 7.9m, according to the BBC. And the peak audience figure hit 9.3m as the Lionesses roared to a 4-0 victory. 

On Sunday the host nation will come up against Germany in the final at Wembley Stadium in London. The final, which kicks off at 5pm and is live on BBC One, “could see the biggest UK TV audience for a women’s football match”, said the Press Association. The record was set during the 2019 Women’s World Cup, when viewing figures peaked at 11.7m people as England lost to the USA in the semi-final.

If you’ve not been lucky enough to get a ticket for Sunday’s showpiece at Wembley you may opt to watch the game at home via the Beeb’s coverage. Or you could head to one of the many screenings that will take place around the country as fans hope to see the Lionesses lift the trophy for the first time. 

Here we pick out the best places to watch the Uefa Women’s Euro 2022 final in London and across England. 


Trafalgar Square, London 

Trafalgar Square Fan Zone

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has confirmed that up to 7,000 fans will be able to watch a free screening of the final at Trafalgar Square on Sunday. The screening will be standing only, so attendees may wish to bring a picnic blanket to sit on (no camping chairs allowed). Accessible viewing space with chairs and space for wheelchairs will be available. Register by 5pm on Friday for the chance to get a ticket. The Trafalgar Square Fan Zone will be open to the public from 11am on the day. 


Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester 

Manchester Fan Zone

Manchester City Council has confirmed that the fan zone’s capacity for Sunday’s final will double to 2,000 people and a second big screen will be added. Places will be allocated on the day on a first-come, first-served basis. Bars and eateries at the fan zone will be open from 12.30pm until the end of the match.


Ashton Gate, Bristol 

Independence Sports Bar, Bristol 

The Independence Sports Bar at Ashton Gate, home of Bristol City, will be showing the Euro 2022 final. The bar will be open from 3pm, with tables available on a first-come, first-served basis. The kitchen will also be open for supporters to order food.



The Blackpool Tower

Watch the Lionesses roar at Blackpool Tower. The Fifth Floor event space will have a big screen for the final and the event is free to attend. Doors open at 2pm. 


158 Devonshire Street, Sheffield

Devonshire Green, Sheffield

After previously hosting four fan parties for the Women’s Euros, Devonshire Green will once again be where to watch the big match in Sheffield. Fans are invited to come along from 3pm to enjoy music from the Devonshire Green stage, with the big screen returning to show the live action from Wembley. 


Bexhill, East Sussex

Bexhill Seafront

Footy fans can watch the match on the lawns at Bexhill seafront. A big screen has been provided by Box Broadband for the free-to-attend, family-friendly event, Sussex World reported. Spectators are encouraged to bring their own picnic from 4pm.


Lulworth Cove, Dorset

Camp Bestival Dorset 

Camp Bestival organiser Rob da Bank has confirmed on Twitter that festival-goers will be able to watch the final at the event in Dorset. 


Margate, Kent

Dreamland Margate 

Dreamland Margate will show the final at its outdoor Scenic Stage. The event is free to attend but bookings are required. All ages are welcome, under-14s must be accompanied by an adult. Street food traders will be serving up delicious dishes, sweet treats, snacks and drinks until 8.30pm. Dreamland will be open all day as usual, with a selected line-up of quieter rides available after 5pm.


Folkestone, Kent 

Folkestone Harbour Arm 

Folkestone Harbour Arm has confirmed that commentary will be on for the big screen showing at The Goods Yard. The event is free to attend. 



Home Park Stadium, Plymouth

Plymouth Argyle FC’s Home Park Stadium will open its doors to supporters to watch the final. The Club Argyle lounge has 24 screens throughout, doors will open at 4.15pm and entry is free. Food and drink will be available.


163 Upper Street, London


Inspired by the “flamboyant style” of iconic Colombian footballer Carlos Valderrama, this is “much more than your average sports bar”, said Time Out. Watch the final surrounded by a “retro interior painted with specially commissioned murals” while snacking on tasty chicken dishes. 


55-59 Wilkin Street Mews, London 

Camden Beer Hall 

Camden Town Brewery is hosting a viewing party at the Beer Hall for Sunday’s final. As well as 24 beers on tap, a special edition “Goalden Mead” will also be on the menu. Brewed in honour of Lionesses and Arsenal star Beth Mead, the cans of beer will be available exclusively at the Beer Hall during the game. 


White City, London

Television Centre 

There will be an abundance of alfresco seating and eating for the big screen event at Television Centre in west London. Bookings are not required and food will be available from local restaurants such as The Broadcaster, Kricket, BlueBird, Flying Horse Coffee, and Patty & Bun. Additionally, The Broadcaster is having a special happy hour (3.30pm-5.30pm) to celebrate before the final with up to 50% off selected drinks. Available for sit in, or takeaway.



Showcase Cinemas

If you fancy some popcorn with your footy then Showcase Cinemas will be showing the final for free on its screens across the country. Tickets will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. 


Tamworth, Staffordshire

Tamworth Castle 

Watch the final on the big screens in the grounds of Tamworth Castle in Staffordshire. As part of Castle Summer Fest, doors for the free entry event will open at 4.30pm. 


55 Orsman Road, London

Baller FC watch party at The Stag’s Head

Baller FC will be hosting a unique and inclusive watch party for the final on Sunday. Tickets for the event at The Stag’s Head in Hoxton are free and entitle you to an unreserved spot in the pub.


21 Eccleston Place, London

Eccleston Yards

Sit back on a deck chair and watch the final at Eccleston Yards in Belgravia, London. Throughout the Women’s Euros, the courtyard has been a popular choice with up to 100 deck chairs available. Fans can also tuck into takeaway pizza from Happy Face and a refreshing glass of Amie wine.


91 Brick Lane, London

Heineken Greener Bar at Truman Brewery

Be the #12thwoman and support the Lionesses at Heineken’s Greener Bar. The Uefa Euro 2022 sponsor will be saying cheers to all fans from 29-31 July at Truman Brewery in east London. Free entry, first-come-first-served.


91 Brick Lane, London

Brick Lane Tap Room

Support the Lionesses and watch the final on one of the huge screens at Brick Lane Tap Room. Tickets for table bookings cost from £16-£24 and include a pint.



O’Neill’s Kings Cross and Wardour Street 

Irish bar O’Neill’s in Kings Cross and on Wardour Street will show Sunday’s final. Book early to get the best tables with the best views of the screens. Enquire using “Watch Sports”. 


123 Acre Lane, Brixton, London

Hope & Anchor

The Hope & Anchor in Brixton boasts 24 TV screens, a large projector as well as private, heated garden huts and screening rooms. Get a front row seat for the final and tuck into beef and plant-based burgers from the Burger Shack.


21 Canonbury Place, Islington, London

The Canonbury Tavern 

Home to one of the biggest beer gardens in north London, The Canonbury Tavern will show the final on its four screens. At half-time, make the most of a series of sharing platters for groups and choose a pint or two from the collection of craft ales and beers at the bar.


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