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The 7 best Glasgow pubs for Euro 2024 as Scotland fans can watch game from shadow of Hampden

It seems like half the country is off to Germany - but spare a thought for those of us who aren't.

Luckily the Tartan Army cheering on from afar won't have any shortage of places to watch the game with pubs across Glasgow and beyond gearing up for a month-long party. Scotland's real capital isn't short of places for a pint at the worst of times but for Euro 2024, you won't have to look far for a cracking boozer or beer garden in which to cheer on Steve Clarke and his troops.

Whether you're after the full fan zone experience, something a bit more low key, or anything in between, there's somewhere for you to sit, stand, or hide behind a chair and take it all in as the Scots go out to make history in Munich. If you're not in Germany, Glasgow is the place to be, and here are some of the best places you can watch the Euros from the comfort and safety of the pub.

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If you're after the full sports bar experience then you won't get much better than Felsons. It's one of the newer bars in the city centre, located near Cineworld and upstairs to the popular Walkabout (another good option). They'll be showing every game and have nearly as many TVs as they have pool tables - ideal for a couple of frames with your mates as Slovenia take on Denmark in the background. You can book a table here.

Located on Kilmarnock Road in Shawlands, the Granary is one of the most spacious yet cozy pubs the Southside has to offer. Historically a hub for the old Glasgow tram system until 1962, it leans into its roots, and it's right next to Queen's Park, one of the nicest settings you'll find in Glasgow outside of the West End. It's also dog friendly