Euro 2024 final Nottingham: Some of the city pubs and bars with tickets still available

Hundreds and hundreds of people gathered to watch the semi-final match at the Trent Navigation Inn
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After a semi-final which proved another nerve-shredding, heart-in-mouth unbearable watch - we have it all to look forward to again. England prevailed against the Netherlands thanks to an Ollie Watkins 90 (plus) minute winner, and England fans are now keen to find a great place to watch the final.

On Sunday, July 14, England will be playing against Spain in the UEFA Euro 2024 final - and a chance to make history. Tickets for the stadium in Berlin will now be like gold dust, and it will be a similar story in and around some of the city's busiest venues, as people look to bag themselves the best spot to watch the biggest game since - well, the last time we were in the final three years ago.

We have rounded up some of the best places in Nottingham to enjoy the match - or at least try to. Although tickets are quickly selling out across the city, there are obviously far more venues around the county which will offer tickets and represent a great place to watch the match. Below is some of the biggest venues and whether they have any availability for Sunday night.


Thurland Street, NG1 3DR

There are 35 HD screens at BOX Nottingham, which means you are sure to catch all of the action with your friends. The venue still has tickets left for Sunday's final, but it appears a minimum of four tickets need to be booked and the earliest booking time available is 4pm. All slots starting at 4:15 to 7:30pm ahead of the match starting are no longer available.

The Level

Shakespeare Street, NG1 4GH

If you are wanting to celebrate the finals with a huge scream, fan cam and high-energy hosts then you will love the atmosphere at The Level. This fanpark still has tickets available, with some fifth-release standing tickets available at £35 with a £3.50 booking fee, or the final release of standing tickets are also available at £50 with a £5 booking fee. The first release of standing tickets were sold for £6 and have gradually increased. All table reservations have also sold out for the night.


18 Friar Lane, NG1 6DQ

There are a range of tickets still on sale for Southbank too. There are tables available in the Downstairs 1998 Club which cost £20 per person and £2 in fees per person, with bookings available for groups of two, four and six. Tables for two at the main bar have sold out, although you may get lucky with tables of four and six at the main bar as you need to contact the venue to book these. The tickets include reserved serating, as well as a drink on arrival, table service and any meal from the menu. The doors open at 4pm and it is an adults only event.

The Trent Navigation pub in Meadow Lane, Nottingham
The Trent Navigation pub in Meadow Lane, Nottingham -Credit:Joseph Raynor/Nottingham Post

The Big Shed at Trent Navigation

Meadow Lane NG2 3HS

The Big Shed at Trent Navigation is an amazing place to watch the football action live with your mates. The venue released tickets for the final shortly after England's win last night, and many fans were quick to book as the site has two large outdoor screens, outdoor bars, and a range of street food. However, tickets have already sold out after less than 12 hours on sale. Tickets were sold for £11 each, and will not be available on the door.


Bolero Square, NG1 1LY

There is still plenty of availability at the Saltbox in Nottingham for the finals. Tickets are standing only for large live events, but there will be plenty of deals on drinks, as well as various screens and seats around the venue. It is believed that the booking price is £5 per person, and the booking fee guarantees entrance to the bar.


6 The Poultry, NG1 2HW

Tickets for Sunday's match are being sold from £1 at Huddl, which is a bargain price for customers. Tickets are available from £1 to £4 on the website, although only the £3 and £4 tickets are left. All of the tickets available are standing tickets and start from 6:30pm until 11pm. Tickets will be on sale until 4:30pm this Sunday or until they sell out.

A general view inside The Nest as fans watch England's Euro 2024 match against Denmark
A general view inside The Nest as fans watch England's Euro 2024 match against Denmark -Credit:Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

The Nest

Iremonger Rd, Nottingham NG2 3HU

Notts County's new sports-watching offering has proved a massive hit and provided us with what the kids call 'scenes' after England's late heroics in the knockout stages. Tickets for the Nest don't go on sale until 9am on Friday, July 12. You can expect them to go pretty quickly, so be prepared and make sure you're registered with a supporter number on the Notts County website if you're looking to lock down some tomorrow morning.

Rock City

8 Talbot St, Nottingham NG1 5GG

Rock City has been showing all of England's games at the Euro's and offering punters a drink deal on arrival too. For the final, no tickets are currently showing on their website, but it's not clear if that's because they are all sold out or that they haven't been released yet. It's worth keeping an eye on their Facebook page and website and getting in quick if you spot any available,.