Euro 2020: The Norwich pubs showing the big games this summer
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Whether or not football comes home this summer, being able to watch the biggest games at the pub with family and friends almost feels like a luxury after the year we've had.
With stadiums shut to supporters and pubs closed, the best we've been able to do over the last 15 months is watch from the sofa.
But that changes for Euro 2020, as England fans will be able to cheer on the Three Lions with their tipple of choice and surrounded by friends.
According to website Matchpint, here are some of the best watering holes in Norwich to catch the big game:
Bar & Beyond
The Shoreditch-inspired venue in Prince of Wales Road prides itself on its live sport offering, and has said on social media it will be showing every match of Euro 2020.
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Further down Prince of Wales Road is The Compleat Angler, which is right next to the river and opposite the train station, so is ideally placed for those riding the rails into the city.
It also serves plenty of local beers and ales, so you can celebrate the best of Norfolk brewing and hopefully a few England goals at the same time.
Further north is the Mischief Tavern, off Fye Bridge Street.
it will be showing each of England's Euro 2020 group games, so it's an ideal place to cheer on the Three Lions this summer.
A long-time favourite of those watching sport in the city, Rileys in Magdalen Street is running a fanzone for England games this summer.
For £5 per person, you get a guaranteed seat in the fanzone and a free bottle of Heineken thrown in as well.
St Andrews Brew House
If you're going to be in a larger group, St Andrews Brew House might be the best place to go this summer.
The St Andrews Street pub is offering bookings for groups of four or more for £25 per head including a burger and two drinks each.
With plenty of screens showing the football, The Murderers has long been a great place to grab a pint and watch sport.
The Timber Hill pub is always extremely popular, though, so best to book early to make sure you get a table!
Found in Golden Ball Street, the Woolpack has long been a top destination to watch the football.
And with several screens throughout, there will always be a decent viewing angle no matter where you're sat!