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Catch the EURO 2024 tournament in Cheltenham

Our top pick of the best sports bars

Kick the summer off the right way with the best sports bars Cheltenham has to offer. Here’s everything you need to know about EURO 2024 to make sure you don’t miss a single second of the action.

The Schedule

This year, the tournament will open with hosts Germany playing Scotland on Friday 14 June and conclude with the final on Sunday 14 July.

15 – 26 June Group stage – the two top teams from each group along with four best third-placed finishers will proceed to the next round
29 June – 2 July Round of 16
5 – 6 JulyQuarter-finals
9 – 10 JulySemi-finals
14 JulyEURO 2024 final at 8pm (UK time)

The Groups

Group A – Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland

Group B – Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania

Group C – Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England

Group D – Poland, Netherlands, Austria, France

Group E – Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine

Group F – Turkey, Georgia, Portugal, Czech Republic

Where to Watch – For the Atmosphere

Tried and tested, Yates Cheltenham and The Spectre are two of the best sports bars in the town and are sure to make you feel as though you’re amongst the live action in Germany with multiple screens and deals on food and drink. You just can’t beat the classics.

Where to watch – Somewhere Different

Why not try something a little different this year? Dunkerton’s Cider is the classic pub garden feel but with added extras.

Host to pop-up eateries and a number of organic ciders, the taproom bar is a great place to watch the Euros. Just down the road from Charlton Kings, either by short bus ride or taking advantage of their free parking, it’s undoubtedly not to missed.

Where to watch – No Stress

Like to be organised? Table bookings are open for two of the best sports bars in town. The Miller and Whittle Taps allow you to book in advance for any match – visit their pages to find out more and secure your place so you can get through exam season knowing there’s light a pint at the end of the tunnel.