WITH the Euros already under way, football fans are eager to get inside their locals to watch the long-awaited championship.

England will play their first match against Croatia on Sunday, June 13, tomorrow at 2pm and fans will be scrambling to see the match in their local pubs and bars.

England are also set to play Scotland in the group stages being the first tournament outing for the oldest fixture in international football.

Here are some of the places you can watch the games in North-Yorkshire this weekend:

Derwent Arms (Norton Malton)

The Northern Echo:

Watch all the games live at this pub that prides itself on catering for all your needs in “a warm and friendly manner”. The pub has warned that you come early to avoid disappointment and for the best seats in the house, so there’s no sleeping on this one.

Book here: https://www.facebook.com/PubNewDerwentArmsNortonMalton/

Hungry Horse (Whetlands Farm)

The Northern Echo:

Calling itself “your home of pub sport”, this venue offers atmosphere, ales and awesome tables in front of the action. It also proclaims that “nowehere does pub football quite like Hungry Horse.”

Booking already seems full up for England’s match so future games might be your best bet: https://www.hungryhorse.co.uk/pubs/north-yorkshire/wheatlands-farm/euro-2021/

The Station Inn (Whitby)

The Northern Echo:

You can book a place at this venue if you’re looking for somewhere with great ambience, entertainment and real ales, as well as live music every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons in the summer.

Book a table or get more info here: https://www.facebook.com/TheStationInnWhitbyNewQuayRoad

The Potting Shed (Northallerton)

The Northern Echo:

Showing all the action from the Euros, this pub offers cocktails, ales and “good hearty” food to enjoy with the game if you’re up for it.

You can book at table and get more information here: https://www.facebook.com/ThePottingShedNorthallerton

The Willow Beck (Northallerton)

The Northern Echo:

This Northallerton pub will be showing all the Euro games in the bar area and welcomes anyone who fancies a few drinks, food and a relaxed atmosphere with the game.

There are a few rules such as: no shouting, chanting or swearing. So if you’re wanting a quiet and comfortable night then this is your place.

More information can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/Willowbeckpub/

The Dog and Gun (Knayton near Thirsk)

The Northern Echo:

Enjoy the Euros at this venue with traditional pub food, fine wines and local ales. You can watch the game outside in the marquee live with surround sound.

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/dogandgunknayton