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The 7 best Edinburgh pubs for Euro 2024 as Scotland fans urged to book their spot for group stage clashes

If there's anyone left in the country when Scotland kick-off their Euro 2024 campaign, then they'll need somewhere to watch the drama unfold.

Steve Clarke and the boys will take centre stage on June 14 as they open the show against hosts germany in Munich. Then it's on to Cologne for - hopefully - some Swiss bliss before Hungary in Stuttgart in what could be a chance to make history and reach the kncok out stage of a tournament for the first time ever.

There will be a mass exodus to Germany next week, with plenty of Tartan Army foot soldiers heading over without tickets, which thanks to UEFA's usual eagerness to please corporate sponsors with allocations, are exactly easy to come by. For those staying at home, it's either the house or the pub to watch the games and for atmosphere, you can't beat watching on the big screen if you can't actually be there in person.

Here are 7 of the best spots to watch in the capital.

An Edinburgh staple for big sporting events. Not always a first choice, but the large courtyard with benches and massive screen makes the Cowgate venue an obvious pick for the big games. Hopefully the weather stays dry otherwise wise it could be a bit of a washout.

Fans are being offered free entry to watch the games and a Google rating of 4.1 isn't bad. Cheap soft drinks are another feature, but we suspect they won't be selling many of those when Scotland are in action. A nationwide study put the Three Sisters in the top three fan zones in the UK for this summer's tournament.

Bang in the middle of the Old Town and stumbling distance from Waverley Station, the bar attached to a backpackers hostel boasts plenty of screens, does food and isn't overly expensive. They also have a projector for those who like