SUNDAY is nearly upon us. If you are a football fan, then there are few better times in the year.

Euro 2020 begins tomorrow, Friday, and England’s first game is on Sunday 2pm against Croatia.

If you are searching for the best places to watch the Euros in Warrington, then you have come to the right place as we round up some of the best places in town to watch the tournament.

Strettie’s Sports Bar

Warrington Rylands, fresh from their Wembley success, will be hoping to host another cup win, this time on a European level.

Their sports bar on Gorsey Lane will have nine indoor screens and four outdoor ones to make the most of the weather.

Fans are encouraged to book their table to avoid disappointment.

Postern Gate

The town centre bar will be showing all Euros games on the big screens, including all of England’s ties starting from Sunday with doors opening at 11am.

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There will be no bookings, with tables going on a first-come-first-served basis.

The Millhouse

The Ballater Drive pub looks the part for the Euros with bunting and flags taking over the beer garden.

They will be showing all Euros games on their seven screens for which it is first-come-first-served.

The Tavern Sports Bar

The Tavern on Church Street will be showing England’s games and have posted the dates on social media so followers can plan their day with the pub.

Fans are encouraged to book tables ahead of the games.

Warrington Conservative Club

The Connie Club will show England’s opening game with Happy Hour from 1pm – 5pm.

Following the game, they will have live signing entertainment.

Friars Court

The Barbauld street beer bar will welcome fans to watch England’s games and as well as their big-screen inside, they will be adding two screens in the courtyard as well.

Visitors are advised to message them on Facebook for booking details.

The Blackburne Arms

Orford Green’s pub will be showing the Euros on all their screens inside and outside the pub in their newly-refurbished beer garden, which offers undercover seating too.

Fans are encouraged to also message them on Facebook if they have any enquiries.

Grappenhall Sports Club

The sports club will have completed a new outdoor drinking area ahead of showing England’s first game.

Three extra-large TV’s will show the games with BBQ food also available.

The club is open to members and non-members.