The UEFA Euro 2020 tournament finally kicks off this Friday – after being postponed last year – when Turkey take on Italy in Rome.
Twenty-four teams will compete over 21 days in fiercely contested fixtures for the big prize, but for many it will be a welcome return to the pub with their mates to cheer on the boys.
With demand for tables expected to be high and coronavirus safety measures still in place, many landlords are urging people to book in advance.
Here is where you can catch the games in the area – and whether you need to book.
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