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Where to watch EURO 2024 in Berlin

Watch to watch EURO 2024 with some real fans? This is our country-by-country guide to the European Championship in Berlin.

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The EUROs are coming to Germany, but for those of your unable to secure a ticket, where should you watch the game? The big public screenings like the “fan mile” at Brandenburg game are well known and it’s always fun just to pull up a chair at your nearest späti, but sometimes you want to watch the match with some real fans. For that reason, we’ve tried to make a big list with some off-beats picks of interesting venues to catch this summer’s UEFA European Football Championship, with one venue per country.


Euro Imbiss 2

Sometimes it’s not about a big screen or a large crowd, but an authentic experience. If you find yourself at Euro Imbiss during an Albanian match, prepare for an onslaught of authentic Albanian food. If your football experience calls for burek or a perfectly prepared Ćevapčići, Euro Imbiss is more than just a location to celebrate, its the perfect one.

  • Euro Imbiss 2, Sonnenallee 202, Neukölln.


Herman Belgian Bar

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Belgian fans in Berlin might feel like support for their team is light on the ground. Step into Herman Belgian Bar and the plethora of Belgian flags are only the first indicator that Herman’s is proud of their Belgian heritage and ready to celebrate the EUROs.

  • Herman’s Belgian Bar, Schönhauser Allee 173, Prenzlauer Berg, details.


Golden Brown

Golden Brown is bringing family to Croatian fans during the EUROs. Their family owned restaurant, bar, and event space are opening their doors for every Croatian match. As a long-time community gathering place, this venue is sure to bring in the fans to celebrate the Croatian national team.

  • Golden Brown, Schönhauser Str. 1, Steglitz, details.


Prager Frühling

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Don’t let Prager Frühling’s vintage art aesthetic fool you. When it comes to football, Czechia fans will be loud, proud, and ready to cheer on their favorite players. Watch all the Czechia games while drinking Czech beer on tap.

  • Prager Frühling, Florastraße 62, Pankow, details.


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Always rational and socially conscious, five “Scandi” countries actually share a cultural centre. The Felleshus – or pan-nordic building – is the event venue for Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Sadly for them only Denmark actually qualified for EURO 2024.

  • Courtyard of Nordic Embassy, Klosterstraße 50, Mitte, details.


Home Bar

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If your idea of the quintessential British pub includes wood paneling and shelves of whisky, Home Bar should make you feel right at home. And what is more essential to British pubs than a football match played above the bar? For England fans, finding a slice of the UK while you watch your team is as simple as a trip to Home Bar.

  • Home Bar, Neue Bahnhofstraße 23, Friedrichshain, details.


Centre Français

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While a cultural centre might not seem like an obvious choice for a football watch party, the Center Francaise is certainly earning their spot on this list. Beyond showing the French matches in their cinema (quite literally bringing football to the big screen), they have a full lineup of additional events. You can come for the football matches and stay for the outdoor concerts, theatre performances and the famous Fête de La Musique

  • Centre Français, Müllerstraße 74, Wedding, for schedule of events visit their website here


Kin Za Georgische Küche & Schoko Fabrik

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Kin Za attempts to answer an age-old question for Georgia fans: What is football without good chocolate? If you care as much about dessert as you do about Georgian domination in the EUROs, Kin Za’s is the place to go. Their Schoko Fabrik (Chocolate Factory) will likely result in infusions of sweet treats while those who need a spot of savoury flavour can get their fix from Kin Za’s wide range of Georgian dishes.

  • Kin Za Georgische Küche & Schoko Fabrik, Krausnickstraße 23, Mitte, details.



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We could list thousands of local bars/restaurants for German fans to support their team. But how many of those venues actually combine two sports for an unforgettable watch party? Enter EvoGolf, where you play a virtual golf game all while cheering the German team on. But it’s not just a hole-in-one that you have to look forward to. EvoGolf will also be serving drinks/snacks and have several other games.

  • EvoGolf, Kurfürstenstraße 31-32, Mitte, details.



The terrace bar at Badehaus might not seem like a traditional Hungarian football gathering place, but the Collegium Hungaricum assures us that Badehaus has a legacy of Hungarian community events, which is sure to draw Hungarian national team fans together for a public showing. If you find yourself at Badehaus, be prepared to give a good cheer for the Hungarian team.

  • Badehaus, Revaler Strasse 99, Friedrichshain, details.



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If the perfect football match isn’t complete without a perfect beer, we hear you. Italian-owned pub Birra understands this better than anyone, which is why they are hosting watch parties for Italian National Team matches. If you are a die-hard Italy fan or if you simply enjoy a nice handcrafted beer while your team dominates, stop by Birra. 

  • Birria, Prenzlauer Allee 198, Prenzlauer Berg, details.



Mokum is a nickname for Amsterdam, and you can catch all EURO games at this dutch-owned bar on Danziger Straße, but the Netherlands matches will be getting special attention. This is a fun place, with indoor and outdoor seating. In previous tournaments this was *the* spot Dutch fans (even if the last two were interrupted by COVID and Qatar), so this is a great shout for anyone feeling Orange.


Mały Książę

Local Polish Bakery Mały Książę is more than just a good spot to get a perogi when the craving hits, its also a hub of sorts for Polish football fans. While they might not show the games themselves, they certainly have the information on all the best polish places. So stop for a polish cake and get the run-down on the best places to watch the match (which might be in the same booth).

  • Mały Książę, Lilienthalstraße 6, Kreuzberg, details.


Lisboa Bar am Boxi

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Lisboa Bar am Boxi does more than serve up pastel de nata tarts during EUROs season. They are also one of the premiere places for Portugal fans to watch their team play. If you are interested in authentic Portuguese food and an excellent viewing experience, find Lisboa Bar am Boxi in Friedrichshain. 

  • Lisboa Bar am Boxi, Krossener Str. 20, Friedrichshain, details.



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To experience world famous Scottish hospitality and cheer on your favourite team, come to the public screenings at Kulturbrauerei. Pay a small entrance fee, and you will be able to connect with the Scottish community in Berlin through an exciting program of events and screenings. Over the course of the tournament, there will be a special performances by new indie band Assynt as well as drinks/game events. (The day before the first match, there will be drinks and games at FC Magnet from 20:30-23:00)

  • Kulturbrauerei, Schönhauser Allee 36, Prenzlauer Berg, details.


Die Stachelschweine

We could have listed this event for a number of countries, but for Slovenian fans looking to watch the game, we recommend Pfostenbruch hosted by Die Stachel Schweine. While they will show some games without interruption, this event also sees cabaret artists and comedians from the countries playing in each match. For the Slovenia – Denmark game, fans can listen to commentary by Igor Bergant, Javier Caceres, Fredi Bobic, and Frank Lüdecke.

  • Die Stachelschweine – Kabarett-Theater, Europa-Center, Tauentzienstraße 9-12, Charlottenburg, details


YOSOY Tapas Bar

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Bringing authentic Spanish food to Berlin since its founding, YOSOY Tapas Bar is a staple for Spain’s ex-pats and avid sports fans. They have a long history of hosting truly epic match watch parties, and the this year’s EUROs is looking no different. If you are looking to cheer for Spain’s success, we recommend YOSOY.

  • YOSOY Tapas Bar, Rosenthaler Str. 37, Mitte, details.


Schwarze Heidi

In every Schwarze Heidi in Berlin, you are transported from the city to Switzerland. The cabin aesthetic looks ripped out of the movies set in Switzerland, and for good reason. They are serving up traditional Swiss food, and during the EUROs, the Swiss matches as well. If you are interested in a truly immersive experience, watch the Switzerland games at Schwarze Heidi.

  • Schwarze Heidi, Mariannenstraße 50, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, details.


Ergün’s Fischbude

Berlin’s massive Turkish population means that there are plenty of options to choose from if you’re a Turkey fan. Ergün’s Fischbude is a local, laid-back joint with Turkish and Mediterranean dishes. If you are looking for a low-key way to celebrate with some locals, we recommend Ergün’s, where the food is good and the atmosphere is sure to be outstanding.

  • Ergün’s Fischbude, Lüneburger Str. 382, Mitte, details.


Space Meduza

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You might not immediately associate Space Meduza with Ukraine (especially since there is a lack of flags and plethora of eccentric decorations like kraken arms, glittery jellyfish and fairy lights) but this is a Ukrainian bar through and through. They will be playing all the Ukrainian matches, so come celebrate Ukrainian culture while you watch Ukrainian football.

  • Space Meduza, Skalitzer Str. 80, Kreuzberg, details

Sadly, for Austria, Serbia, Slovakia and Romania, we couldn’t find a specific bar, späti, restaurant or special event commited to showing the game. Know a good place? Drop us a line at [email protected]


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None of those take your fancy? Here are a couple more excellent venues showing the games and they looked were too much fun to leave out.

Chess Club Berlin

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Just 10 mintues from the fan-zone at Brandenburg Tor, the World Chess Club is transforming their historical building into a football pitch. Fans will enjoy free admission to an indoor beer garden complete with artificial turf. There will even be chess boards available while the matches are being screened.

  • World Chess Club, Unter den Linden 26-30, Mitte, details

Das Gift Bar

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Originally, we had Das Gift down for Scotland, but this bar is actually no longer Scottish-owned. Nevertheless, if you’re looking for a place to get a good beer and watch the match, you won’t be disappointed.

  • Das Gift Bar, Donaustraße 119, Neukölln, details.

Waldhochseilgarten Jungfernheide

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What happens when the game gets too boring or way too exciting? Waldhochseilgarten Jungfernheide attempts to answer this question by integrating their watch parties with their ropes course. If you need to expel some of that nervous energy from a tough match, just take to the ropes! Admission is free without climbing. 

  • Waldhochseilgarten Jungfernheide, Heckerdamm 260, Charlottenburg-Nord, details.