The 2016 UEFA European Football Championship, also known as the Euro 2016, will take place in France from June 10th to July 10th. If you’re looking to watch the games with friends on a big screen, in a bar or another cool spot, Sortiraparis will guide you through some of the best places to experience the games and the atmosphere of the Euro 2016.
The Euro 2016 is in France from June 10th to July 10th!
Because you’re looking for a crazy and fun atmosphere, because you want to hang out with other fans, because it’s always better to go somewhere where the food and drink never ends, or because your place or your screen is too small---Yeah we know, that’s why we’ve put together a list of the best bars, terraces and other places for you to watch the Euro 2016 in Paris with your friends.
Places, Bars and Terraces to Watch the Euro 2016 in Paris: 1st arrondissement:
Hideout Châtelet 46, rue des Lombards 75001 Paris The Hideout Bar near Châtelet is a popular spot for all kinds of sports events, and now you can watch the Euro 2016 with them this summer on the bar’s big screen!
Le Café Rive Droite 2 Rue Berger, 75001 Paris The stadiums are all sold out...but you can still experience the live game atmosphere at the Café Rive Droite! Enjoy the Euro 2016 with other fans, and even watching multiple games at once!
2nd arrondissement :
O'Sullivans Grands Boulevards 1 Boulevard Montmartre, 75002 Paris Head to one of the O’Sullivan’s bars in Paris to watch the Euro 2016. All the games will be played live on huge screens and HD plasma TVs. And of course, what goes better with game then a huge burger and beer? Each bar will feature special events and promotions all throughout the Championship!
Le Players 161 Rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris Le Players sports bar and restaurant is the perfect place to watch your favorite sports events. No need to shove your way through the crowd to support your team, they have THIRTY HD screens throughout the club!
The Thistle 112 Rue Saint-Denis, 75002 Paris The Thistle is one of the capital’s best Scottish Pubs, located in the 2nd arrondissement. Enjoy Scottish beer and cuisine with cheering sports fans in the background, and big screens to support your favorite sports team!
Frog & Rosbif 116 Rue Saint-Denis, 75002 Paris Head to one of the many FrogPubs in Paris to follow the Euro 2016 in a supercharged atmosphere.
4th arrondissement :
Irish pub Rebel Bar à Paris – OSullivans 10 Rue des Lombards, 75004 Paris Head to one of the O’Sullivan’s bars in Paris to watch the Euro 2016. All the games will be played live on huge screens and HD plasma TVs. And of course, what goes better with game then a huge burger and beer? Each bar will feature special events and promotions all throughout the Championship!
Café Klein Holland 36 Rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris Dutch-style bar Café Klein will be showing the Euro 2016. The question is...will you be cheering for the Netherlands or France?
The Auld Alliance 80 Rue François Miron, 75004 Paris If you love whiskey, Scottish culture and sports (rugby, soccer), head the Auld Alliance bar in the 4th arrondissement.
Bar Demory-Paris 62 Rue Quincampoix, 75004 Paris This famous bar on rue Quincampoix will be welcoming football fans to watch the Euro 2016.
Frog Revolution 9 Rue de la Bastille, 75004 Paris Head to one of the many FrogPubs in Paris to follow the Euro 2016 in a supercharged atmosphere.
6th arrondissement :
Little Temple Bar 12 Rue Princesse, 75006 Paris This tribute to the Temple Bar in Dublin, on the rue Princesse in Paris is an absolute must!
Frog & Princess 9 Rue Princesse, 75006 Paris Head to one of the many FrogPubs in Paris to follow the Euro 2016 in a supercharged atmosphere.
8th arrondissement :
Bar du Bristol 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris For a chic and sporty atmosphere, check out the bar at the Bristol, where the Euro 2016 games will be shown live.
Hôtel Du Collectionneur 51-57 rue de Courcelles, 75008 Paris This hotel will be opening up a special terrace space for a whole month, just for the Euro 2016. Football fans are invited to follow the games on a large screen outdoors!
Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris 4, rue d'Anjou, 75008 Paris Calling all sports fans! From June 10th to July 10th, the Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris will be showing the Euro 2016 games with a special cocktails, beers and appetizers for the event.
Hilton Paris Opera 108 rue Saint Lazare, 75008 Paris This summer, the Hilton Paris Opera is getting up to speed with the Euro 2016 by opening its Soccer Lounge, from June 10th to July 10th!
9th arrondissement :
Café Oz Grand Boulevards 8 Boulevard Montmartre, 75009 Paris Are you looking for a nice and original bar with a fun atmosphere that never disappoints? Come to the Café Oz, they’ll be showing all the Euro 2016 games!
12th arrondissement :
The Frog at Bercy Village 25 Cour Saint-Emilion, 75012 Paris Head to one of the many FrogPubs in Paris to follow the Euro 2016 in a supercharged atmosphere.
13th arrondissement :
The Frog & British Library 114 Avenue de France, 75013 Paris Head to one of the many FrogPubs in Paris to follow the Euro 2016 in a supercharged atmosphere.
The Lions 153 rue de Chevaleret, 75013 Paris The Lions, English Pub located in the 13th arrondissement, is known for its good music, beer and fish & chips, and of course, as a great place to watch football games!
18th arrondissement :
O'Sullivans By the Mill 92 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris Head to one of the O’Sullivan’s bars in Paris to watch the Euro 2016. All the games will be played live on huge screens and HD plasma TVs. And of course, what goes better with game then a huge burger and beer? Each bar will feature special events and promotions all throughout the Championship!
Stay tuned for more ideas on where to follow the Euro 2016 in Paris.
Don’t forget that official fan zones with also be held throughout Paris and Saint-Denis. It’s the perfect way to watch the live game on a giant screen.
FAN ZONE IN PARIS
The Organizing Committee and Paris City Hall are making a special Euro 2016 space available to the public. Admission to the Fan Zone is free to the public from June 10th to July 10th, 2016. The space can hold a capacity of 120,000 fans, located on the Champ de Mars, at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
Opening Hours for the Paris Fan Zone:
Opening day on June 10th, starting at 4pm
From Noon until midnight until June 27th
From 4pm t omidnight from June 30th to July 10th
To access the Fan Zone, the public can choose one of the 6 entry gates:
Avenue de la Motte-Piquet (7th)
Avenue Joseph Bouvard (7th)
Avenue Charles-Risler (7th)
What can we expect in the Fan Zone? Many different activities, a stage with concerts, a lively village for UEFA sponsors, places to eat…
A giant screen will set up in the Place Jacques Rueff (7th) and other screens will be throughout the Fan Zone.
FAN ZONE IN SAINT DENIS
A fan zone located in the PArc de la Légion d’Honneur will be open to the general public throughout the competition, starting June 10th, 2016.
Here is the full program for the Euro 2016, group by group:
Friday, June 10th
Group A: France vs. Romania, 9pm at the Stade de France
Saturday, June 11th
Group A: Albania vs. Switzerland, 3pm in Lens
Group B: Wales vs. Slovakia, 6pm in Bordeaux
Group B: England vs. Russia, 9pm in Marseille
Sunday, June 12th
Group D: Turkey vs. Croatia, 3pm at the Parc des Princes
Group C: Poland vs. Northern Ireland, 6pm in Nice
Group C: Germany vs. Ukraine, 9pm in Lille
Monday, June 13th
Group D: Spain vs. Czech Republic, 3pm in Toulouse
Group E: Ireland vs. Sweden, 6pm at the Stade de France
Group E: Belgium vs. Italy, 9pm in Lyon
Tuesday, June 14th
Group F: Austria vs. Hungary, 6pm in Bordeaux
Group F: Portugal vs. Iceland, 9pm in Saint Etienne
Wednesday, June 15th
Group B: Russia vs. Slovakia, 3pm in Lille
Group A: Romania vs. Switzerland, 6pm at the Parc des Princes
Group A: France vs. Albania, 9pm in Marseille
Thursday, June 16th
Group B: England vs. Wales, 3pm in Lens
Group C: Ukraine vs. Northern Ireland, 6pm in Lyon
Group C: Germany vs. Poland, 9pm at the Stade de France
Friday June 17th
Group E: Italy vs. Sweden, 3pm in Toulouse
Group D: Czech Rep. vs. Croatia, 6pm in Saint Etienne
Group D: Spain vs. Turkey, 9pm in Nice
Saturday, June 18th
Group E: Belgium vs. Ireland, 3pm in Bordeaux
Group F: Iceland vs. Hungary, 6pm in Marseille
Group F: Portugal vs. Austria, 9pm at the Parc des Princes
Sunday June 19th
Group A: Romania vs. Albania, 9pm in Lille
Monday June 20th
Group B: Russia vs. Wales, 9pm in Toulouse
Group B: Slovakia vs. England, 9pm in Saint Etienne
Tuesday, June 21st
Group C: Ukraine vs. Poland, 6pm in Marseille
Group C: Northern Ireland vs. Germany, 6pm at the Parc des Princes
Group D: Czech Republic vs. Turkey, 9pm in Lens
Group D: Croatia vs. Spain, 9pm in Bordeaux
Wednesday, June 22nd
Group F: Iceland vs. Austria, 6pm at the Stade de France
Group F: Hungary vs. Portugal, 6pm in Lyon
Group E: Italy vs. Ireland, 9pm in Lille
Group E: Sweden vs. Belgium, 9pm in Nice
The semi-finals will take place on July 6th in Lyon, and then on July 7th in Marseille. The finals will be on July 10th at the Stade de France.
We've done the work for you, now take your pick, make reservations and bring your friends along!