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Public Viewing im Strandbad Wendeschloss
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Public Viewing in Berlin

Where the UEFA EURO 2024 will be broadcast live

Celebrations, cheers and goosebumps galore: The UEFA EURO 2024 promises many exciting moments and football matches. 24 teams from all over Europe will compete against each other. Who will emerge victorious in the grand final on 14 July in Berlin's Olympic Stadium and take home the trophy? Follow the football tournament live in Berlin. In addition to the large Fan Zones, there are many places to watch the live broadcasts of UEFA EURO 2024. Whether beach, beer garden or roof terrace - we have put together the best places for public viewing in Berlin.

  1. The big fan zones
  2. Public viewing tips for families
  3. The most beautiful beer gardens for public viewing
  4. Special Offers for public viewing
  5. Drink wine and watch football
  6. Public viewing in any weather
  7. This is where the queer community watches: Pride House Berlin
  8. More football pubs and public viewing tips

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The big Fan Zones

Fan Zone am Brandenburger Tor
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Public viewing in front of the largest gate in the world

For UEFA EURO 2024 the Brandenburg Gate hosts the largest football goal in the world. Here you can watch many games of the European Football Championship live on the biggest screen in the city. All matches taking place in Berlin, all matches of the German national team and all matches of the elimination round (from the quarter-finals onwards) will be broadcast. When there are no matches, you can watch football-related films on the evenings. The official fan mile runs from the Brandenburg Gate via Straße des 17. Juni to the Große Queerallee. Enjoy Concerts, DJs, workshops and lots of activities for football fans  - and all free of charge!

By the way: Luciano, Alvaro Soler, Elif and Leonie, among others, have announced their participation in the big opening show for the football culture summer on 12 June from 7.30 pm. Admission is free.

Address: Platz des 18. März (square in front of the Brandenburg Gate) & Straße des 17. Juni
Opening times: daily from 8am

Hosting an own stadium: Fan Zone Platz der Republik

The second large Fan Zone at Platz der Republik can be found directly in front of the Reichstag. Here the Home of Adidas Football Stadium will be temporarily set up for public viewing. All 51 UEFA EURO 2024 matches will be broadcast here. Look forward to concerts, art events, activities and more. Fans can meet on the lawn in front of the Reichstag for a picnic, to play football and, of course, to cheer on the public viewing! Admission is free.

Address: Platz der Republik (Berlin-Tiergarten, government district, meadow in front of the Reichstag)
Opening times: 14 June to 14 July. July, on all 31 days daily from 2 pm - midnight

  

Public viewing tips for families

Sommergarten Jungfernheide
© Sommergarten Jungfernheide

Climbing and watching football in the Jungfernheide

The viewing tip for families: In any case, the Waldhochseilgarten will broadcast all matches of the German national team, as well as a few more depending on the match time and weather. Here you can sit on beer benches and cosy deckchairs - while the kids let off steam in the climbing forest. The public viewing is free, but as there are only a limited number of seats, the organisers ask you to book in advance. This way, you can also be notified if the broadcast has to be cancelled due to bad weather. 

Address: Heckerdamm 260, Charlottenburg
Opening times: Public viewing during all matches of the German national football team, as well as upon announcement

Public viewing with a view of the government district: Weltwirtschaft at HKW

The Weltwirtschaft at Haus der Kulturen der Welt is a wonderful summer venue. Here you can enjoy the sunset with family and friends and watch all the European Championship matches live on a big screen in the beer garden during the 2024 football summer. If you want to have a proper dinner before the game, visit the restaurant. After the game, you can visit the rooftop kiosk and enjoy the view over the Tiergarten and government district with an evening drink.

Address: John-Soster-Dulles-Alle, Tiergarten
Opening times: daily from 11 a.m. weather permitting

For playful fans: Radical Playgrounds

As part of the Kunstparcours Radical Playgrounds There is also a nice beer garden in the car park in front of the Gropiusbau. Perfect for a cosy and inspiring afternoon for the whole family. All the installations are accessible and there are plenty of opportunities for the little ones to climb and run around. And of course, art lovers will also get their money's worth. In addition to Radical Playgrounds, the Gropius Bau is currently showing Nancy Holt: Circles of Light and Pallavi Paul: How Love Moves.  A very special football highlight is the performance by Massimo Furlan, who re-enacts the historic 1974 World Cup football match between the GDR and the FRG. Unexpectedly, the GDR won 1:0 and the venue for the performance is Niederkirchnerstraße, where the Berlin Wall once stood. The re-enactment will take place on 7 and 8 July from 8 pm, admission from 7 pm. All activities and the art trail are free of charge.

Opening times: 27 April to 14 July, Wednesday to Sunday 11am - 8pm
Address: Niederkirchnerstraße 7, Kreuzberg

More public viewing tips for families with children

  • Strandbad Wendenschloss, Möllhausenufer 30, Köpenick 
    • Watch football on the beach
  • Zitadelle Spandau, Am Juliusturm 87, Spandau
    • plenty of space for public viewing in the historic building (expected seating for 500 & 3000 standing room)
  • Garten-Café Laax am goldenen Hirschbrunnen, Fritz-Elsas-Straße 30, Schöneberg
    • green oasis in Volkspark Wilmersdorf for an idyllic summer evening
  • Evangelisches Johannesstift, Schönwalder Allee 26, Spandau
    • Public viewing on a six by four metre screen in the  rose garden on the Abbey grounds, catering at family-friendly prices

More for families with children in Berlin

 

The best beer gardens for public viewing

Café am Neuen See: Beer garden in Berlin
Beer garden Café am Neuen See © visitberlin, Foto: Philip Koschel

Directly on the water: Watching football at the Café am Neuen See

Idyllic as it gets: Located directly on the waterfront, the Café am Neuen See invites you to the beer garden for public viewing. All matches that take place during regular opening hours will be shown - rain or shine. Only in the event of thunderstorms will be cancelled for safety reasons. You can look forward to a menu specially tailored to UEFA EURO 2024. Admission is free and children are also very welcome. If you want to be active yourself, hire a rowing boat.

Address: Lichtensteinallee 2,Tiergarten
Opening times: daily 9 am - midnight

For groups: Barbecue and watch football at the Zollpackhof

In a typical beer garden atmosphere, the Zollpackhof will be broadcasting the UEFA EURO 2024 matches. The public viewing will be accompanied by freshly tapped beer and tasty food from the barbecue. Watch football under shady chestnut trees and let yourself be carried away by the fantastic atmosphere. You only need a reservation if you are travelling with groups of eight or more. It's best to book briefly via mail@zollpackhof.de.

Address: Elisabeth-Abegg-Straße 1, Tiergarten
Opening times: Public viewing daily from 14 June to 14 July. July, 9 pm - midnight

Berlin's oldest beer garden: Public Viewing in the Prater

Berlin's oldest beer garden, the Prater, has been spruced up for the new season and awaits you with new furniture and a new menu. The old trees, under which you can sit comfortably in the shade and watch the UEFA EURO 2024 matches, have been retained. The Prater beer garden also offers space for larger groups.

Address: Kastanienallee 7-9, Prenzlauer Berg
Opening times: Beer garden daily from 12 noon

Other beer gardens with public viewing

Nachhaltiges Reisen
© visitBerlin, Foto: Mo Wüstenhagen
  • Luise Dahlem, Königin-Luise-Straße 40-42, Zehlendorf
    • several screens in the large beer garden
  • Freiheit Fünfzehn, Freiheit 15, Köpenick
    • Beer garden with a view of the Müggelspree
  • BrewDog DogTap Berlin, In Marienpark, Tempelhof
    • Giant summer garden just outside the city centre with a view of a 20 square metre screen

More beer gardens in Berlin

 

Special offers for public viewing

Public Viewing in der Berliner Berg Brauerei
© Berliner Berg Brauerei

Soul food for football fans at the Berliner Bergbrauerei

For the UEFA EURO 2024, the Berliner Bergbrauerei is customising its menu with street and soul food dishes from various European countries. Look forward to SoulFood EM for culinary surprises and exciting matches, which will be broadcast on a 12 square metre LED screen.

Address: Treptower Straße 39, Neukölln
Opening times: Wednesday & Thursday 5 - 10 pm, Friday 3 - 11 pm, Saturday 2 - 11 pm, Sunday 2 - 10 pm

Public viewing with professional sports presenters in the Studio 14 RBB rooftop lounge

In the rbb rooftop lounge, you can watch football with a breathtaking view over Berlin. Under the motto "Join in the excitement and cheer", rbb24 Inforadio invites you to a joint public viewing of selected UEFA EURO 2024 matches. Of course, the radio and TV station's own sports presenters will also guide you through the evening in the in-house rooftop lounge. Football experts will be brought to the microphone before kick-off, who will of course also analyse the respective matches afterwards. Cold drinks and snacks will be available at the bar. Admission is free, but reservations are required due to limited seating. It starts on 19 June with Germany against Hungary, admission from 4 pm.

Address:  Masurenallee 20, Charlottenburg
Opening times: all Germany matches as well as round of 16 and quarter-finals (19/20/23/30)./20/23/30 June and 5 July) 

Play chess and watch football

Chess fans will get their money's worth just a few minutes' walk from the large Brandenburg Gate fan zone. At the World Chess Club Berlin, you can watch all the UEFA EURO 2024 matches on a large screen. There will also be cocktails and party vibes. Hats off to anyone who can still concentrate on playing chess. 

Address: Unter den Linden 26-30, Mitte
Opening times: for all UEFA EURO 2024 matches

Silent film concerts for UEFA EURO 2024

The public viewing with live piano music promises a very special football experience. Stephan Graf von Bothmer, who usually accompanies silent films on the piano, will provide dramatic film music for selected UEFA EURO 2024 matches. There will be no moderation. Admission is free, donations are welcome.

  • 20 June 6 and 9 pm in the Zwölf-Apostel-Kirche, An der Apostelkirche 1 /UBhf. Kurfürstenstraße, Schöneberg
  • 21 June, 6 and 9 pm at the Mampe Spirituosen Manufaktur, Am Tempelhofer Berg 6/Aufgang 2, Tempelhol
  • 29. June, 30 June and 5 July from 9 pm at the Emmaus-Kirche, Lausitzer Platz 8, Kreuzberg
     

Public Viewing of the Centre Francais de Berlin with cultural programme in the cinema hall of Kino Wedding

A varied music and cultural programme awaits you around the public viewing in Kino Wedding. Snacks and drinks are available at the bar. French snacks will be served from 29 June until the final match on 14 July. Depending on the weather and start time, the final matches will be shown either at 6 pm or 9 pm on a big screen outside in the courtyard or in the cinema. At the same time, Casablanca gGmbH invites you to watch and take part in cultural and sporting activities.

  • 17 June 9 pm Public Viewing in the cinema: France-Austria
  • 21 June 9 pm  Fête de la Musique & Public Viewing in the cinema: France-Holland
  • 25 June 6 pm Public Viewing in the cinema: France-Poland
  • 6. July 14 - 18 Urban Cultures Festival : Street Soccer Contest and workshops + Hip Hop, dance battles/beatbox/open mic, public viewing 
  • 12 July Theatre performance "Anpfiff" by the women's collective Thesmophoria on the topic of women's football 
  • 14. July Last event:  FINALE Public Viewing in the cinema hall/outdoor, 6 or 9 pm

Address: Müllerstraße 74, Wedding
Opening times: 17/21 June at 9 pm, 25 June at 6 pm, 29 June to 14 July at 6 or 9 pm, 6 July 2 - 6 pm

VIP public viewing in the inner courtyard of the Telegraph Office

All 51 matches will be broadcast in the inner courtyard of the Telegraph Office in front of the Dieselhaus. The area offers space for 750 fans and will open two hours before the start of each match. In addition to this free area, there is also a VIP lounge. Tickets are available from 99 euros and include drinks, a buffet, as well as talks and insights with Bild's football experts.

Address: Forum an der Museumsinsel 10, Mitte
Opening times: for all UEFA EURO 2024EM matches

BRLO am Gleisdreieckpark

The Berlin craft beer brewery BRLO Brwhouse also invites you to public viewing in the beer garden. All matches will be broadcast on a big screen. Craft beer, burgers, fries and other delicious barbecue specialities will be served. Be sure to try the BBQ popcorn and the home-brewed grapefruit Radler. To secure a place right in front of the screen, European Championship packages for up to six people can be booked online now. 

Address: Schöneberger 16, Kreuzberg
Opening times: Public viewing from 14 June to 14 July. July, please book tables in front of the screen online

Cult & culture in the Zenner Biergarten

There is always something going on in the Zenner Bier- und Weingarten: concerts and open-air cinema promise entertaining evenings right on the Spree in an iconic Berlin atmosphere. In winter, you can go ice skating here and, of course, watch all the UEFA EURO 2024 matches in the football summer. There is also a colourful cultural and entertainment programme. So it's also worth stopping by on non-match days.

Address:  Kastanienallee 7-9, Treptow
Opening times: Monday to Thursday 12 - 8 pm, Friday 12 - 9 pm, Saturday & Sunday 11 am - 9 pm

  

Drink wine and watch football

Weingläser
© GettyImages, Foto: gregory_lee

Wine festival to kick off the European Championships

The start of the European Championships coincides with the annual wine festival on Walter-Benjamin-Platz. For public viewing, you can pick up selected vintner wines and street food here. Then round off the evening with a great DJ set. After the wine festival, the UEFA EURO 2024 matches will be broadcast from the nostalgic kiosk.

Address: Walter-Benjamin-Platz 4, Charlottenburg
Opening times: Monday to Saturday 12 - 10 pm

Enjoy good wine and football at the Weinlobbyist 

You can enjoy all of the German team's matches at the Weinlobbyist with a good glass of wine. When the weather is fine, the matches are shown in the courtyard; when it rains, they are shown in the Supperclub on the upper floor. It is advisable to book in advance. The opening match between Germany and Scotland on 14 June is already fully booked. Reservations are still possible for the match between Germany and Hungary on 19 June from 6 pm and Germany and Switzerland on 23 June from 9 pm. Other matches may also be broadcast, we will keep you up to date.

Address: Kolonnenstraße 62, Schöneberg
Opening times: Monday, Thursday and Sunday 5 - 11 pm, Friday & Saturday 5 - midnight

  • Oelgarten, Schleusenufer 1, Kreuzberg
    • Beer and wine garden idyllically situated on Lohmühleninsel

More tips for wine bars in Berlin

 

Public viewing in any weather

Freunde feiern in einer Bar
© GettyImages, Foto: FG Trade

Lots of space to watch football in the Kulturbrauerei

The courtyard of the Kulturbrauerei will become a stadium for UEFA EURO 2024. All matches will be broadcast in the large inner courtyard on a really big LED screen. There will also be hearty food from the barbecue and fresh beer. In previous years, DJs have also played at happy hour on Friday and Saturday. If it rains, the game will be shown on large screens in one of the Kulturbrauerei's event rooms.

Opening times: all games
Where: Schönhauser Allee 36, Prenzlauer Berg

  • Pikilia, Spanische Allee 72, Schlachtensee
    • Enjoy Greek hospitality while watching football
  • BrewDog Mitte, Ackerstraße 29, Mitte
    • Bar and outdoor seating with craft beer from 28 taps
  • BrewDog Friedrichshain
    • Watch football with craft beer in the trendy neighbourhood near Boxhagener Platz
 

This is where the queer community looks: Pride House Berlin

Person with rainbow socks in crowd in Berlin
Rainbow socks in Berlin © Getty Images, Foto: Luciano Marques

For the European Football Championships, the Poststadion in Moabit will become the Pride House. Here, queer football fans can cheer on their favourite team in a safe space. In addition to the broadcast of all 51 matches, local sports and queer clubs will provide a colourful programme of entertainment. There will be variety shows, concerts, parties and art. Among other things, you can see the exhibition fan.tastic females. The opening is on 14 June.

Address: Lehrter Straße 59, Moabit
Opening times: 14 June to 14 July. July  on all 51 match days and during the final week

More tips for the LGBTQ+ community

 

More football pubs and public viewing tips: 

Deutsche Fans im Stadion
© GettyImages, Foto: franckreporter
  • Astra Kulturhaus
    • Here the magazine "11 Freunde" and radioeins vom rbb present their EM-Quartier
  • FC Magnet Bar Mitte, Veteranenstraße 26, Mitte
    • several screens, foosball tables & Karaoke
  • Revier Südost, Schnellerstraße 137, Schöneweide
    • cult atmosphere, because here you can go from the beer garden (Baergarten) directly into the Club
  • Sportsbar Tor 133,  Torstraße 133, Mitte
    • several screens and big screen
  • Tante Käthe, Bernauer Str. 63-64, am Mauerpark
    • Football on five screens, table football and draught beer

 

We have an overview of even more exciting venues and public viewing events for UEFA EURO 2024 in our event calendar.

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