Where to watch Ukraine vs England EURO 2020 in Leeds

England fans prepare for one of the biggest football matches in decades as the Three Lions face Ukraine tonight.

After a one-year wait thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, the rescheduled tournament finally began last month, with England comfortably going through the group stages.

Gareth Southgate’s men on Tuesday night really gave the nation much to celebrate after an impressive 2-0 win over Germany.

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Tonight England face Ukraine in the quarter-finals – with the kick-off at 8 p.m. ET.

Here are some commercials that will be showing the game around the city tonight.

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Water Lane Boathouse

The downtown pub is accepting dates for all Euro games according to its social media team.

If you are looking to get in you will probably have to get off as soon as possible.



Water Lane Boathouse

Roxy Ballroom (Bond Street)

The Bond Street Roxy has four full-size bowling lanes as well as plenty of pool tables.

The venue also has a Bank Shot shuffleboard table and a beer pong table.

The Bond Street Roxy is the favorite of those who watch sporting events with most top-level football matches – with England’s game against Ukraine likely to see dozens of people looking to secure a table.

Headrow House



Headrow House

One of the most popular rooftop bars in town, you’ll be hard pressed to find a table at Headrow House unless you get down as early as possible.

The Headrow bar has shown all EURO 2020 matches so far and only takes walk-ins.

The Beck and the call



Beck and Call, Meanwood

The Meanwood family pub has an expansive beer garden, children’s play area and upscale interior design after its recent refurbishment.

Tonight however, dozens will be in attendance to watch England take on Ukraine.

The Beck and Call has been one of the most popular places to catch Euro matches.

The pub takes walk-ins.

Headingley Faucets

One of Headingley’s most popular pubs will be setting up dates for tonight’s game, but you’ll need to get there ASAP to get a seat – if you’re lucky!

Headingley Taps is a large pub which usually has a mixed crowd of college students and those visiting the nearby rugby and cricket grounds.

It will be a great atmosphere indoors throughout the evening – even if England lose!



West Yorkshire Bus Station, Vicar Lane, Leeds, also known as the Red Bus Station, circa 1949/1950

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