The vibrant atmosphere, fuelled by passionate fans, makes each game an electrifying experience in south east London.

Pubs, bars and event spaces in this area, known for their historic charm and warm hospitality, provide the perfect backdrop for communal viewing.

The sense of camaraderie among supporters, regardless of team allegiance, fosters a unique and inclusive environment.

Many pubs in south east London are set enhance the viewing experience with large screens, surround sound, and comfortable seating arrangements, ensuring everyone has a great view of the action.

We’ve rounded up some of the most loved locations in south east London showing the UEFA Euros this summer.

Guy Earl of Warwick

This popular Welling pub features eight big screens inside and out with no bookings required.

Whether it's a catch up after work, watching the game or a night out with friends - this pub is a popular spot for locals.

The Dartford Sports Bar

The Dartford Sports Bar will have four weeks of complete Euro games with all matches in England* and Scotland ticket-only events, and you can register online now for a chance to get a ticket.

For all other nations, you can book a seat directly online and secure your place immediately.

*The maximum group size for England matches in six people.

North Pole Bar & Grill

As well as serving modern Turkish food, cocktails and lots of flavours of shisha, North Pole Bar and Grill is set to show all of the Euros games live on giant screens.

The venue, which is spaced over three floors and holds more than 500 people is also home to live entertainment and parties all night long.

The Fox and Firkin

Watch all the games on the big screen at Fox and Firkin.

Chose from either watching from indoors or in the garden, with a prime view of every goal, tackle and save no matter where you sit.

Tickets are required for England matches – for all other matches, simply book a table and reserve your spot.

The Crayford Arms

The Crayford Arms is preparing to welcome football fans back in grand style, featuring a massive outdoor marquee and a host of amenities to make this year’s Euros unforgettable.

Originally built in 1864, The Crayford Arms is now part of the Kent-based Shepherd Neame brewery.

The pub will set up a large marquee seating 216 people, complete with authentic German tables to enhance the festive atmosphere.

The marquee's centrepiece will be a 118-inch (3.5-meter wide) LED screen, ensuring that every detail of the game is visible to all, and it will also feature surround sound.

The Duke of Greenwich

The Duke of Greenwich is set to become the ultimate destination for football fans and foodies alike.

With a 3m x 3m outdoor TV screen in their expansive beer garden, every match will be a front-row experience.

No reservations needed—just walk in, grab a drink, and cheer for your team.