Where to watch the Euro 2016 in Sydney

The pubs and sports clubs showing the Euro 2016 on the big screen.

Can you feel it? UEFA Euro 2016 fever is in the air!

The soccer tournament that pits European country against European country will be held from 11 June to 11 July this year and if you want in on the action, don’t do it in silence alone in your home. Get your gear on and get your competitive spirit out and hightail it to these venues.

Whether you’re catching a 2am, 5am or 11pm match, these are the places to be for the best atmosphere and action of the Euro 2016.

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Best bars to watch the Euro 2016 in Sydney


1. Fuel at 24/7 Sports Bar, Pyrmont

The sports bar that never stops will be airing the Euro 2016 at all hours of the day. Set inside The Star, you’re guaranteed good atmosphere and some good tucker during those 2am and 5am match slots.

Address: Level 1, Casino at The Star Sydney, 80 Pyrmont Street

Which matches will be aired: All of them

More info: The Star


2. Cheers Bar, Sydney CBD

It’s the kind of bar you’ll walk past at any hour of the morning and still find fans pushing the doors and cheering over every point scored. Why not join them for the Euro 2016? It’ll be showing every single game in the comp. Now that’s something to cheer about.

Address: 561 George Street, Sydney

Which matches will be aired: All of them

More info: Cheers Bar Sydney


3. Scruffy Murphy’s, Sydney

Perfectly placed in the middle of the city, Scruffy Murphy’s is ideal for anyone wishing to go along after work or start early and catch the game before the working day begins. If anyone can guarantee you a crowd of vocal supporters, sticky grub and sport until the wee hours of the morning, 24-hour sports bar Scruffy Murphy’s can.

Address: 43-49 Goulburn Street, Sydney

Which matches will be aired: All of them (especially the Ireland ones)

More info: Scruffy Murphy’s


4. The Rag & Famish, North Sydney

Across the bridge? The ol’ Rag & Famish is where you need to be to catch some late-night Euro 2016 action. The boys behind the bar are working to get some airplay on the 11pm games and hopefully some morning matches - but only the ones closer to the end of the competition.

What? People gotta sleep you know.

Address: 199 Miller Street, North Sydney

Which matches will be aired: TBA 11pm matches

More info: The Rag & Famish


5. Sidelines Sports Grill, Central Coast

Up the Central Coast your go-to sports bar has to be Sidelines. It’s a no-brainer, really… as is its American fare which is all you really need when watching a match on the big screen. Well, that and a beer. Which they serve too.

Sidelines is currently finalising its licence to air the Euro 2016 – so stay tuned as news comes in!

Address: 8/12 Karalta Road, Erina

What matches are they airing: TBA

More info: Sidelines Sports Grill

Upcoming Euro 2016 game times

So you don't miss a single game.

Group Stage MD 3

Date (Australian)Time (Australian)Match
Thursday 16 June 20162:00amRomania vs Albania
Thursday 16 June 20165:00amSwitzerland vs France
Thursday 16 June 201611:00pmEngland vs Wales
Friday 17 June 20162:00amUkraine vs Northern Ireland
Friday 17 June 20165:00amGermany vs Poland
Friday 17 June 201611:00pmItaly vs Sweden
Saturday 18 June 20162:00amCzech Republic vs Croatia
Saturday 18 June 20165:00amSpain vs Turkey
Saturday 18 June 201611:00pmBelgium vs Republic of Ireland
Sunday 19 June 20162:00amIceland vs Hungary
Sunday 19 June 20165:00amPortugal vs Austria
Monday 20 June 20165:00amSwitzerland vs France | Romania vs Albania
Tuesday 21 June 20165:00amSlovakia vs English | Russia vs Wales
Wednesday 22 June 20162:00amGermany vs Northern Ireland | Ukraine vs Poland
Wednesday 22 June 20165:00amCroatia vs Spain | Turkey vs Czech Republic
Thursday 23 June 20162:00amHungary vs Portugal | Iceland vs Austria
Thursday 23 June 20165:00amItaly vs Republic of Ireland | Sweden vs Belgium

Round of 16

Date (Australian)Time (Australian)Match
Saturday 25 June 201611:00pmSwitzerland v Poland
Sunday 26 June 20162:00amWales v 3RD A/C/D
Sunday 26 June 20165:00amCroatia v 3RD B/E/F
Sunday 26 June 201611:00pmFrance v 3RD C/D/E
Monday 27 June 20162:00amGermany v 3RD A/B/F
Monday 27 June 20165:00amWinner F v RUNNER-UP E
Tuesday 28 June 20162:00amItaly v Spain
Tuesday 28 June 20165:00amEngland v RUNNER-UP F

Quarter Finals

Date (Australian)Time (Australian)Match
Friday 1 July 20165:00amWinner M1 v Winner M3
Saturday 2 July 20165:00amWinner M2 v Winner M6
Sunday 3 July 20165:00amWinner M5 v Winner M7
Monday 4 July 20165:00amWinner M4 v Winner M8

Semi Finals

Date (Australian)Time (Australian)Match
Thursday 7 July 20165:00amWinner QF1 v Winner QF2
Friday 8 July5:00amWinner QF3 v Winner QF4


Date (Australian)Time (Australian)Match
Monday 11 July 20165:00amWinner SF1 v Winner SF2

Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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