Longstanding beer lovers’ favourite The Globe is showing all the action until its regular closing time at 2am. With one of the largest draught beer selections in the city, if you’re looking for an ebullient crowd of football fans, this is the place to catch the earlier games. Expect England fans aplenty here.
A regular home for fans of English Premiership teams – Liverpool supporters in particular – this bar offers wall-to-wall screenings across its projectors and TVs. Settle in early among the footy memorabilia and pre-game on the cheap, courtesy of the 40 percent discount on some beverages from 5pm to 9pm.
If you're looking for a traditional British pub to cheer on the perennial underwhelming England squad, Trafalgar is your best bet. The open balcony beer garden is a great place to sneak away to when rival fans are giving you guff.
If your partner has given you the boot for watching too much sport, you’d best head for the Doghouse in Wan Chai, which is screening the entire Euro tournament. The bar has you covered for those 4am kick-offs with vodka Red Bulls costing just $30 – and if you’re concerned about food, the popular steak sandwich ($140) ought to be perfect for late-night munchies.
This iconic sports bar has been serving patrons for 30 years. Catch all action from France on their 18 TV screens, including a frankly obscene 120-inch main screen before chowing down on an all-day breakfast.
Lantau residents – and drivers with a permit – can dodge the crowds of Kowloon and the Island and relax in a cosier atmosphere at China Bear. Showing 10pm kick-offs only, this bar offers a comfortable sea breeze and 18-inch pizzas ($140) alongside other large-portion dishes at reasonable prices to help see fans through the games.
Although we miss its departed Wan Chai sister, Delaney’s in TST is an equally great spot to catch the Euro tournament. The Irish-themed boozer intends to show all the matches and its kitchen is set to remain open throughout the nights, so you won’t go hungry at this place.
Football fans looking for somewhere plush to follow their team should head to this sharp American-style bar. Grand Central shows everything from basketball and snooker to tennis on a regular basis across its six TVs. For Euro 2016, they’re showing 10pm kick-offs and then all the games from the quarter-finals onwards. Score!
Nestled on the TST harbourfront at Al Fresco Lane, Namo is a lively location to watch the games – just ask anyone still wincing from the memories of the beer towers constructed here during the last World Cup. The ‘avant-Thai’ eatery serves better grub than most places showing the matches – everything from the tut tuk tofu ($88) to the XLO octopus ($228) shines.