EURO 2020: 10 Brighton ads to watch England vs Ukraine Brighton News

PUBS will be packed with football fans on Saturday night as England take on Ukraine in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals.

Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions have just won a 2-0 victory over Germany and hope to advance to the semi-finals where they will face either the Czech Republic or Denmark.

But to win, lose or draw, one thing is guaranteed is that the Brighton pubs will be jam-packed with English fans at 8pm on Saturday.

Here is a list of the 10 commercials in Brighton and Hove which are showing the game.

The West Hill Tavern on Buckingham Place

The Neighborhood Pizza Pub will be showing the England vs Ukraine game.

Just a two minute walk from Brighton station, this could be the perfect location for those coming home from work on a Saturday night.

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Cleveland Arms on Cleveland Road

The quaint residential pub will broadcast the game on three separate screens, one of which is located outside.

With locally sourced food and drink on the menu, The Cleveland Arms may be an option for those in the Fiveways area.

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Dover Castle on Southover Street

The Southover Street Pub has a beer garden set up for those who don’t mind sitting outside.

Bohemian flair, The Dover Castle is an eclectic pub.

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The Joker on Preston Road

Due to high demand, The Joker recently installed a new 75-inch TV in their lounge bar.

However, space is limited.

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Park view on Preston Drove

Just steps from Preston Park, the pub will be showing the big game on multiple screens.

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Police on Union Street

With football flags and memorabilia on display, The Font doesn’t hold back when it comes to big football tournaments.

Despite some recent repair work, the town center pub is well and truly ready to welcome football fans on Saturday night.

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Good companions on Dyke Road

Packed up for England’s victory over Germany, the pub should experience the same demand this Saturday.

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The Dorset Bar and Kitchen on North Road

Having recently erected a number of screens inside the pub, Dorset Bar and Kitchen could offer a more civilized way of watching football.

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Caxton Arms on North Gardens

Although used to hosting their famous quiz nights, the Caxton Arms will welcome football fans this Saturday.

Quiet pub might not be that quiet after 90 minutes.

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The Prince of Wales on Clarence Square

Despite only hosting four tables, the downtown pub still packs a punch with football vibes.

Owner Arron Barnes is hoping for more celebrations this Saturday night.

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This notice was published: 2021-07-02 16:30:00

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