IS it coming home this time?

That is what many England football fans will be hoping as the delayed Euro 2020 tournament gets underway tomorrow.

After the pandemic hit the hospitality industry hard, Worcester pubs and bars will also be hoping to capitalise on the football fever.

Although Covid restrictions will still be in place, supporters are encouraged to book tables at many venues, in advance, to secure a spot for the big games.

Here is our guide on where best to watch England’s opener against Croatia 2pm on Sunday, and matches throughout the rest of this tournament.


Mode has gained a reputation as one of the most regular hotspots for England fans, and the early signs are it will be busy again.

It has plenty of screens inside the venue to catch the action, and a fantastic atmosphere.

When we checked there were just six tables left, which can be booked for £10 - which includes two drinks.

Brewer’s Arms

The Brewers Arms is showing the game on three screens inside, and for outside there is room for 90 people with the big match being shown on a television and a big screen too. Mark Daniels, the pub’s landlord, said it has a marquee with lights and heaters, and will be putting a BBQ on.


Bushwackers is another that has built up a reputation for a popular destination to watch games.

With indoor seating, and a spacious garden area, it is a fantastic location for fans to catch a game with a pint or two. During the tournament England fans can secure their seat on their online booking system, with a £10 entry including three cans of beer on arrival. But be warned when we logged on, seats were filling up fast.


England fans are being encouraged to get behind their team and enjoy some drinks at O’Neill’s.

The match will shown on a number of televisions in the venue, so fans are sure not to miss a second of the action.

O’Neill’s says: “Whilst booking is preferred, we have kept a number of tables available for walk ins during the televised Euro games, so if there is no online availability for your chosen time please come down and we will do our best to accommodate you. Arrive early on the day to not miss out.”


Known as a popular music venue, Drummonds will be transforming itself for the Euros.

The venue is promising that fans will be able to watch the game on one of the biggest screens in the city.

There are a mixture of drinks available, including craft ales, cocktails and pitchers, and street food.

Drummonds is welcoming walk-ins but it is recommended to book online in advance to avoid disappointment.

Sixways Stadium

And if you looking for somewhere completely different to cheer on Southgate’s men why not watch the game at Sixways Stadium?

The game is being screened, as well as the Three Lions other group games. Tickets cost £5 but that is then redeemable on your first food or drink order when you arrive.