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Kicking off with the UEFA Euros

The much-anticipated UEFA Euro 2016 football tournament is almost here, and the friendlies are now underway. From 10th June to 10th July, 24 European teams will play 51 games in 10 different stadiums around France. What a month!

Whoever you’re supporting you can watch it with us, as we’ll be showing matches at all of our Three Cheers pubs.

If you’re feeling a bit peckish at half time, we serve food daily in every pub with hearty meals or light snacks on our lunch and dinner menus, and a selection of bar snacks from wasabi and chilli rice crackers to our famous chorizo scotch eggs. To find out when the kitchens are open or to book a table, contact your local Three Cheers pub.

If the weather’s fair and it seems a shame to sit inside, The Latchmere in Battersea has an outdoor TV in its comfortable courtyard garden. The surrounding seating caters for groups of all sizes and includes a large, central feasting table with room for all your mates, and plenty of surrounding tables in alcoves. There is also a cosy outdoor bar for special pop-up cocktail evenings and mini beer festivals, with details and dates being announced via our Twitter and Facebook accounts.

For lager lovers, we know that a football match just isn’t the same without a pint in hand and we can be relied upon to take care of providing you with one from our wide selection of lagers and ales, with the new aromatic lager Cloudhopper also being served at The Rosendale, The Stonhouse and The Abbeville for a limited time only.

Fixtures – Group Stage Matches

Friday 10th June

France v Romania, 8pm

Saturday 11 June

Albania v Switzerland, 2pm

Wales v Slovakia, 5 pm

England v Russia, 8pm

Sunday 12 June

Turkey v Croatia, 2pm

Poland v Northern Ireland, 5pm

Germany v Ukraine, 8pm

Monday 13 June

Spain v Czech Republic, 2pm

Republic of Ireland v Sweden, 5pm

Belgium v Italy, 8pm

Tuesday 14 June

Austria v Hungary, 5pm

Portugal v Iceland, 8pm

Wednesday 15 June

Russia v Slovakia, 2pm

Romania v Switzerland, 5pm

France v Albania, 8pm

Thursday 16 June

England v Wales, 2pm

Ukraine v Northern Ireland, 5pm

Germany v Poland, 8pm

Friday 17 June

Italy v Sweden, 2pm

Czech Republic v Croatia, 5pm

Spain v Turkey, 8pm

Saturday 18 June

Republic of Ireland v Belgium, 2pm

Iceland v Hungary, 5pm

Portugal v Austria, 8pm

Sunday 19 June

Switzerland v France, 8pm

Romania v Albania, 8pm

Monday 20 June

Russia v Wales, 8pm

Slovakia v England, 8pm

Tuesday 21 June

Ukraine v Poland, 5pm

Northern Ireland v Germany, 5pm

Croatia v Spain, 8pm

Czech Republic v Turkey, 8pm

Wednesday 22 June

Iceland v Austria, 5pm

Hungary v Portugal, 5pm

Sweden v Belgium, 8pm

Italy v Republic of Ireland, 8pm

22 June – 10 July quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.