Your Guide To The Euros On Oxford Street

24 May 2024

Pre-game fuel

Get ready for the game by fuelling up at one of Oxford Street’s many restaurants. Whether you’re after a quick bite or a more substantial meal, we’ve got you covered. Pizza and beers are synonymous with footie, so head to Homeslice and enjoy their woodfired selection of pizzas and craft ales. Fancy Asian? Bone Daddies Ramen offers rock’n’roll bowls of noodles and broth – come for the ramen and stay for the playlist. Marugame Udon is great for a pit stop, with their quick and efficient service giving you enough time to get the best spot at the pub or big screen before kick-off. Burgers are always a good idea and Patty & Bun have perfected their recipe, exclusively using 35-day aged Aberdeen Angus beef.

Catch the game on the big screen

Watch all the action on big screens and never miss a goal with our top venues screening games along Oxford Street. Market Halls have built a brand new stage with a big screen especially for the occasion and will be screening all England games live (be sure to book). Visitors can dine on burgers, gourmet kebabs, fried chicken, tacos and sushi over half time as well as a new enticing drinks menu to keep thirst at bay and the good times flowing! Boom Battle Bar, the home to all things sport, are screening all Euros games this summer.  Fan zones will be created for each match allowing supporters to come together and cheer on their team. Bar bites and drinks will keep you going throughout all the nail-biting action. For the upcoming England games, Boom Battle Bar are offering a free half time shots if Jude Bellingham scores in the first half to those that book a table when quoting #ITSCOMINGHOME – so what are you waiting for? Back the boys and book here.

Soak up the team spirit

Adidas are running a Euros themed experience at their Oxford Street store. Treat yourself to an iconic football shirt at the Classic Football Shirts pop-up and get excited for this years tournament. And that’s not all – fans can explore an exhibit of customised football shirts designed by @thefootballgirl alongside images of well-known players captured by Louis Bever. Don’t forget to stop by the kiosk and pick up a badge or keyring to commemorate Euros 2024.


Attend a LIVE football podcast

Kick off the round of 16 with a live podcast at John Lewis & Partners on Thursday 27th June from the hosts of The Joy of Football – legendary Premier League commentator Martin Tyler and Neil Barnett, Chelsea’s former on-pitch announcer. Listen as they discuss the players that have shone so far in the Euros, the teams eliminated in the group stages, and the most anticipated knockout match followed by an audience Q&A session. Adult tickets cost £20 and £5 for children (under 16) – includes a welcome drink and snacks. Head to the third floor at The Wine Bar. Book tickets here.