Top 10: Where to watch the Euros in Leeds city centre

Canal Mills. Pic: Justin Gardner.
Canal Mills. Pic: Justin Gardner.
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With the Euros now in full swing, here are some of the best places to watch the games in Leeds city centre.

CANAL MILLS: The 18th century textile mill will show every match on two giant screens, with craft beer, cocktails, street food and prosecco. Entry is free.

Belgrave Music Hall. Picture: Tony Johnson.

Belgrave Music Hall. Picture: Tony Johnson.

MILLENNIUM SQUARE: The free viewing area will be set up in time for England’s second match at 2pm on June 16, with room for 3,000 football fans.

BLACK SWAN: Screens have been installed especially for the occasion and punters can get two-for-one pizzas during all England matches.

SHEAF STREET CAFETERIA: Catch the action on a five-metre screen, with the first game at 8pm tomorrow to coincide with its outdoor party.

BELGRAVE: Games will be shown on the big inside screen as well as on the terrace. A Euros quiz will be held at 2pm on June 12 with a £250 prize.

SHOOTERS: The sports bar on The Headrow is offering discounts on drinks for each nation competing at this year’s tournament. Games will be shown on a huge HD screen as well as four projector screens and 20 HD televions.

O2 ACADEMY: Watch all of England’s Euro games with several massive screens in surround sound. The live music venue will also be showing the pre-match build up and blaring classic England football songs until kick-off. Tickets are free.

THE ADELPHI: An oldie but a goodie. Grab a beer and some of their great pub grub and make the most of it.

THE BROTHERHOOD: Book a table at The Brotherhood to guarantee the best view and tuck into some of the bar’s artisan pies, sharing platters and bar snacks.

TIGER TIGER: The bar is offering packages and drinks deals to help get you through the nail-biting experience of watching England play.

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