Seems like the football season’s only just ended but we’re missing it already. Luckily, we don’t have to wait till August to get our footy fix because there’s a whole month of football to look forward to. Euro 2016 kicks off on Friday 10 June at 8pm and finishes around 9.45 on Sunday 11 July. 31 days. 24 teams. 51 matches. Yummy. Our tip? Germany to win on penalties.
This Oz-inspired bar is having a summer football frenzy with loads of screens and a great deal-get a beer and burger for £6 with £1 going to Key 103’s Cash for Kids!
Dantzic St, Manchester M4 2AD
2King Street Townhouse
Watch the Euro matches in the comfort of the 6th Floor Lounge on big plasma screens with the outdoor South Terrace open to bask in the sun. There are daily food and drink offers and if you want to take a break from the football why not try the afternoon tea or Euro themed cocktails.
Keep up to date on the days we’re showing the games at www.kingstreettownhouse.co.uk
Call 0161 6670707 to book afternoon tea
10 Booth Street, Manchester, M2 4AW
4The Pen and Pencil
This stylish Northern Quarter Bar is showing all the action on its big screens, with free snacks during home nation games. Ideal if you are looking for somewhere to unwind whilst watching the game, with tables available to book, and also a private area.
57 Hilton Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester
Kick back and chill out in comfy booths, complete with a great view of the game. NQ bar Walrus makes every fan feel like a star, thanks to prime view seating, table service, drinks deals and a shot every time England score! With games that are played from Sunday to Friday between 5pm and 10pm, drinks deals will include 2 beers for £5, a bucket of beers for £10 or 2 cocktails for £10, all served straight to your table. And if the game has got your appetite going, you can get a 15” pizza, burger or 3 sliders with a beer or glass of wine for £10.
78-88 High St, Manchester M4 1ES
6Shack Bar & Grill
Footy fans are well looked after here with a multitude of projectors and private booths with their own TVs plus you can watch on the outside terrace if the heatwave is still here. Great value grub in big portions. Free pool tables on Tuesdays.
26-28 Hilton Street, Manchester M1 2EH
7Pie & Ale
Great for grub and great for footy, too. All the matches will be shown live on 3 big screens – 2 in HD! You’ll not be thirsty with their drink deals on 4 pint pitchers and buckets of Estrella, plus there’s a special football sharing menu. Be sure to book a table for the best view. The football zone mezzanine level is ideal for large group bookings.
The Hive, 47 Lever St, Manchester M1 1FN
8Cafe Football at Old Trafford
See the Euros from every angle, screened live across 13 huge plasma screens promising to bring you ‘Every Game, Every Kick, Every Day!’. There’s craft beer from all over the world, as well as specially-brewed CF beer and Euro-themed food such as The Zlatan Burger and the Schweins Tiger Hot Dog!
99 Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester M16 0SZ
9Shooter’s Sports Bar
Bookings are well underway to watch the Euro 2016 matches from this dedicated sports bar, promising massive 3D screens and great drinks deals. They are running a themed Euro 2016 event, with packages starting from £10 per person and giving you the chance to tackle food and drink from every nation, as you feast on the footy.
The Printworks, 27 WithyGrove, Manchester M4 2BS
Expect the luck of the Irish at this themed Printworks venue which has lots of screens and plenty of room to enjoy the game. Make the most of their drinks deals – four bottles of Carlsberg for £10, a four-pint pitcher for £13.50 and if you buy a Magners during any Euro match, you’ll be entered into a competition to win a replica ROI or NI football shirt!
The Printworks, 27 Withy Grove, Manchester M4 2BS
This is Spinningfield’s premier sports bar and a pop-up venture set to last until 31st August 2016. Watch the games in a sophisticated setting and relax in the stylish wooden interiors – or even enjoy the luxurious outdoor seating area on a sunny day. Even if the sun isn’t shining, you’ll be sure of a good view of the football, screened live onto their luxurious flatscreen.
12Cork & Bull
Cork & Bull is a pop-up in a converted warehouse space at Old Granada Studios brought to you by Bitter Twisted, the people behind Bar Hütte. With a TV set style interior and an old school creative members club vibe, it’s an ace space to get down and relax. Everything you need is under one roof including dart boards, pool and table tennis tables, a classic cocktail bar, premium street food offering and an 8x4m screen showing all the live sport this summer. Think style and good times for the Manchester creative scene with live sport on a huge projector thrown into the mix.
Old Granada Studios for 10 weeks from 23rd June
13Tib St Tavern
This quirky Northern Quarter venue is super-keen on entertaining you throughout the Euros with a food menu that encourages you to ‘get stuck in.’ Feast on burgers and hot dogs for a proper match day experience.
74 Tib St, Manchester M4 1LG
Stylish venue within an elegant casino, ideal for following the big sports events. The polished interiors and array of cocktails make watching the match here as streamlined as stress-free as possible. With roulette and poker close by, there’s plenty to play for even if your team doesn’t win.
2 Watson St, Manchester M3 4LP
15Black Dog Ballroom
Footie fans can feast on themed food too – the £18 soccer sharer platter combines classic nachos, 4 wings in BBQ sauce, 2 mini cheese burgers, fries and onion rings and two ‘Largeritas’ (El Jimador tequila, agave syrup and lime juice topped with Corona). Or if you want something all to yourself, how about the inventive Steak Crisp Pizza – a 14” base topped with McCoy’s flame grilled crisps, rump steak, mustard and crispy onions priced at just £12. See if you can finish it at half time?
Basement Affleck’s Palace, Church St, Manchester M4 1PW