This summer is set to be sports-filled and one tournament to watch is the UEFA Women’s Euros (taking place on home turf) meaning it’s time to hit up the pubs and bars and enjoy the rowdy atmosphere once again. With the sun shining and England being one of the teams to watch, things are getting booked up ASAP, however, we’re here to lend a hand in planning your football outings. Check out our round-up of the best places to watch the Women’s Euros in Bristol which are taking place during the month of July.
1. The Royal Oak
Euros, a beer garden and a covered patio? Boy, is The Royal Oak spoiling us! The bar on Gloucester Road is showing all the Women’s Euros fixtures live both indoors and outdoors, whatever the weather may hold. You can catch the games throughout the month-long tournament with multiple large screens, pub grub like pies, fish and chips and steak plus ice cold pints, cocktails all available to enjoy outdoors.
The Royal Oak, 385 Gloucester Road, Horfield, BS7 8TN
Grab your mates and head to Walkabout to watch every pass, tackle and goal, as the Lionesses roar their way to victory. Cheer on your country as you enjoy all the action on the bar’s massive HD screens with a refreshing cold pint in hand. Chow down on Walkabout’s burger and drink offer starting from £7.50 as a tasty accompaniment as you watch the football. You can catch the games throughout the month-long tournament at Walkabout, however booking is recommended in order to not be disappointed.
Walkabout, 40 Corn Street, BS1 1HQ
3. The White Harte
Located near the Wills Memorial Building, this Bristol pub is also providing us with our Euros fix. Head to The White Harte, where you’ll find screens and a pool table for some pre or post-match entertainment. The pub is a pretty laid-back spot whatever time of day it may be and you can even score gold with their Wednesday offer of 30p per wing by sitting all cosy whilst having your own half-time analysis. You can book your place on The White Harte website and the pub even has some food and drink packages.
The White Harte, 54-58 Park Row, BS1 5LH
4. The Bay Horse
The newly-renovated pub found on Bristol’s Lewins Mead, The Bay Horse serves up cold pints with plenty of space to watch the footy – and they’re screening the Women’s Euros matches this summer. At this Bristol bar, guests can expect tons of beers and ciders on tap, as well as English pub grub and a proper atmosphere. Plus, it boasts some a beer garden and ample seating so you’re never far from the action.
The Bay Horse, 1 Lewins Mead, BS1 2LJ
5. The Cider Press
The Cider Press on Gloucester Road doesn’t just have one screen but boasts a whopping eight screens alongside two HD projectors, so you’re likely to have a good view of the action wherever you sit. As its name suggests, cider is certainly served here with 32 draught options to choose from, so cider lovers can enjoy this paradise and catch the Women’s Euros. No matter who you’re supporting or which team you got in the sweepstake, you’re bound to have a good time when there’s cider involved! Get your apple a day and good dose of footy!
The Cider Press, 86-90 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8BN
6. Ashton Gate Sports Bar
The Independence Sports Bar at Ashton Gate will be showing all three England Women’s Euro 2022 group stage games. Food and drink will be available to purchase at each screening with the Independence Sports Bar open an hour ahead of kick-off. You can reserve a table by paying a £10 deposit per person, which will then get taken off your bill otherwise you can reserve a standing space for free.
Ashton Gate Stadium, Winterstoke Road, BS3 2LQ
7. King Street Brew House
A much-loved brewery found by the Floating Harbour, King Street Brew House serves up cold pints with plenty of space to watch the footy – and they’re screening the Women’s Euros matches this summer. One of Bristol’s top taprooms, guests can expect tons of beers on tap, as well as tasty grub like burgers and hot dogs (good match food, if you ask us) and the bonus being that walk-ins are available on a first come, first serve basis. The brewery will be showing the matches with a number of screens dotted throughout the venue, so you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the taproom while watching the games live.
King Street Brew House, 13 Welsh Back, Bristol BS1 4RR