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WHERE CAN YOU WATCH THE EUFA EURO 2020 IN CARDIFF?
Don’t forget, safety measures are still in place so book your tables in advance and have your mask at the ready.
Please note: on the date this blog was published these establishments were still taking bookings, however the City is extremely busy on match days so we would recommend booking well in advance and ensuring they have room to accommodate you.
WHERE TO WATCH
Fancy some fine dining whilst watching the game? Then Chapel 1877 is the place for you. Set in a renovated 3 storey chapel, it’s a vibrant Cardiff restaurant. From delicious dishes in luxurious surroundings to everyday lunch, coffee & cocktails.
They are showing all Wales games in their function room. The tables are allocated on a first come, first served basis so book your table here.
MARCO PIERRE WHITE
Looking to watch the Euros somewhere special? Marco Pierre White Steak House Bar & Grill is showing all games from their beautiful bar lounge situated on Level 6 of Dominions Arcade, Queen Street. With a roof terrace boasting skyline views of Cardiff, their stately cocktail bar and lounge is equally impressive. Grab a drink, appreciate the views, sink into one of their luxurious armchairs and enjoy the game.
No booking required; track & trace and social distancing measures apply. Find out more about MPW and view the menu here.
The restaurant recommends booking ahead to guarantee your seat to the big event however walk-ins will be welcomed on a first-come-first-served basis. Whilst most matches are free, some will require tickets which are available here.
These matches will be ticketed at £10 per person and will include a pint of Madri Exceptional to be enjoyed on The Terrace. Tables will be allocated randomly but all will be able to see at least one screen. Kick off the 2021 sports season at the Botanist.
THE MERCURE CARDIFF NORTH
The Mercure Cardiff North Hotel is the perfect place to enjoy the Euros, why not book a table and soak in the atmosphere, with attentive staff and a wide selection of beers and wine. The hotel also has the All Safe and Good to Go Covid accreditation in place for your peace of mind. Take advantage of our special Euros offer with a burger and a pint at just £12 per person.
Call 02920 589932 or email email@example.com to reserve your table. Tables are available for a maximum of 6 and current Welsh Government guidelines will apply. Pre booking is essential.
Fancy watching the game in a traditional pub setting? Owain Glyndwr promise to show every minute of the Euro 2020s – so you won’t miss a minute here! Treat yourself to a delicious plate of pub grub to enjoy whilst watching the game.
They’re expecting to be very busy throughout the tournament so booking is essential, visit the website here.
If you want to stay central, head to Brewhouse to watch the game on the big screens. This place is known for its passion for music and live sport making it an ideal location to watch the Euro 2020 games, you can order a delicious pizza for a half-time treat too.
Don’t forget, happy hour and student discount is available on certain days. Bookable tables have sold out for the game on Saturday 26th June however the website states that walk-in tables are available. Find out more here.
WHAT TO SEE & DO
BALE BOULEVARD AT ST DAVID’S SHOPPING CENTRE
As a month of international football kicks off and with Wales fans dreaming of Euro glory, support for Rob Page’s team is now firmly on the map as a street in Cardiff has been renamed ‘Bale Boulevard’. The street, inside St David’s Dewi Sant Cardiff, has been given the temporary moniker in support of Wales, allowing fans to grab a street sign selfie during The Euros tournament.
Street signs for ‘Bale Boulevard’, named after the Cardiff-born country captain and all-time leading goalscorer, are located between Goldsmiths and Crouch jewellers and, on the upper level, between the Stradivarius and Bershka fashion stores.
Fans can grab a selfie of the new street sign for the duration of The Euros which ends on Sunday 11 July. Discover more here.
VISIT THE EURO 2020 MONOLITH AT CARDIFF CASTLE
26 dragon monoliths, #DreigiauCymru, have been installed in historical sites across Wales. Each player chosen to represent Cymru at this summer’s tournament has been assigned a castle or historical site across the country, why not take a selfie with Gareth Bale’s at Cardiff Castle?
You can visit and log your progress to complete their digital sticker book on TogetherStronger.Cymru. Find out more here.