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Where to watch the Euro in Madrid

One of the most plural and cosmopolitan cities in Europe prepares and dresses up to give it all for the European Football Championship. Madrid takes to the streets to enjoy one of the biggest sporting events of the year.

The atmosphere in Madrid is always incredible, so imagine in the middle of the European Championship. Although you should know where to go and who to surround yourself with to enjoy the best football to the full.

Be warned, though, that if you don't support Spain, you might be in the minority. But don't worry, they'll welcome you as one of their own and will even support your national team... as long as it doesn't conflict with national interests.

All in all, you're going to have a great time, as long as you follow our advice and go to one of these places to watch the European Championship.


Bars where to watch the Germany 2024 EURO in Madrid


Latroupe Prado Hostel Madrid & Café de La Plata

Paseo de las Delicias, 1

Latroupe Prado Hostel Madrid has a spectacular restaurant; Café de la Plata. Stop by to taste its cuisine and discover the best combination of this Eurocup; Latroupe-Café de La Plata.

Stay at Latroupe Prado and experience the best atmosphere in the city, but we don't say it, Madrid says it all, while they bring you from La Plata some of their incredible portions and sandwiches. Can there be anything more footballing?

The atmosphere is the best because it brings together people from all over the world, who are looking for exactly what you are looking for; good snacks, quality drinks at a good price, you won't find anything like this anywhere else, and a great atmosphere.

In addition to the offers they have, there are also special promotions for the European Championship. You are running out of excuses not to watch all the matches at Latroupe Prado. The most fun atmosphere in Madrid to enjoy the best European football.

And if Madrid is too small for you, remember that Latroupe will broadcast Euro 2024 in all its hostels with the same good vibes and desire to have a good time.


Other options to watch Euro Germany 2024

Not convinced? There's nothing like trying the Latroupe Prado experience to know what the best atmosphere and fun is like. But hey, if you want to try somewhere else one day, here are some other options to watch some of the Euro matches.


O’connell St

Calle de Espoz y Mina, 7

Sporting event, people, what's on your mind? Because the first thing that comes to mind is beer, and they know a thing or two about that. They have a wide range of international and national beers although prices can be a little high. 

Although it's an Irish pub, its décor is the most Irish thing you'll find, because the drinks menu and the sports they show on their TVs are quite international.


Credits: Tripadvisor

La Fontana de Oro

Calle de la Victoria, 1

We passed another Irish pub, this one a little more Irish but still a pub. And if there's a buzz, it's sure to start at La Fontana de Oro. They are always inventing and creating things, and their live music stands out.

We are talking about a mythical place, with an impressive history since it opened its doors in 1782. Although since then, many have been its owners, just as many have passed through its bar.

Its numerous televisions provide coverage of matches and other events. They are not football specialists, but it is a well-known place in Madrid's history that you should visit at some point.


Credits: Barty

Café Mario Bar

Calle de Rodríguez San Pedro, 44

A bar with all the letters. Here, goals are celebrated between torreznos and beers. Although its coffees are well known by everyone, there is no product that better defines Café Mario than its torreznos.

It's a neighbourhood bar, with people who know each other from everyday life. If you want something traditional before or after a game, Café Mario bar may be the answer. 

Credits: Madridcoolblog 

Centro Comercial Palacio de Hielo

Calle Silvano, 77

To finish our list, something completely special and different. No, we're not skating, but almost.

The mall has installed a screen of, attention, 350 square metres. Yes, you read that right. Right in the middle of the ice rink is this big screen where you can watch most of the games.

Admission is free until the capacity of 1500 spectators is reached. Will you be among them?


Credits: Madridfree

Match schedule for the UEFA EURO Germany 2024

Here is the calendar of all the matches you can watch at Latroupe Prado Hostel Madrid. What's up? Do you see anything that catches your eye? Ah, of course, none of them are missing! Of course, it's all of them. At Latroupe Prado Hostel Madrid you will be able to watch the whole Eurocup:


14 June

-Germany - Scotland - 21:00


15 June                 

-Hungary - Switzerland - 15:00

-Spain - Croatia - 18:00

-Italy - Albania - 21:00


16 June

-Poland - Netherlands - 15:00

-Slovenia - Denmark - 18:00

-Serbia - England - 21:00


17 June

-Romania - Ukraine - 15:00

-Belgium - Slovakia - 18:00

-Austria - France - 21:00


18 June                 

-Turkey - Georgia - 18:00

-Portugal - Czech Republic - 21:00


19 June                 

-Croatia - Albania - 15:00

-Germany - Hungary - 18:00

-Scotland - Switzerland - 21:00


20 June                 

-Slovenia - Serbia - 15:00

-Denmark - England - 18:00

-Spain - Italy - 21:00


21 June

-Slovakia - Ukraine - 15:00             

-Poland - Austria - 18:00                

-Netherlands - France - 21:00


22 June

-Georgia - Czech Republic - 15:00

-Turkey - Portugal - 18:00

-Belgium - Romania - 21:00


23 June

-Switzerland v Germany - 21:00


24 June

-Albania - Spain - 21:00


25 June

-France - Poland - 18:00                 

-England - Slovenia - 21:00


26 June

-Ukraine - Belgium - 18:00

-Georgia - Portugal - 21:00


29 June                 

-Round of 16 (Match 1) - 18:00

-Round of 16 (Match 2) - 21:00


30 June

-Round of 16 (Match 3) - 18:00

-Round of 16 (Match 4) - 21:00


1 July                      

-Round of 16 (Match 5) - 18:00

-Round of 16 (Match 6) - 21:00


2 July                      

-Round of 16 (Match 7) - 18:00

-Round of 16 (Match 8) - 21:00


5 July                      

-Quarter-finals (Match 1) - 18:00

-Quarter-finals (Match 2) - 21:00


6 July                      

-Quarter-finals (Match 3) - 18:00

-Quarter-finals (Match 4) - 21:00


9 July                       

-Semi-Finals (Match 1) - 21:00


10 July  

-Semi-Finals (Match 2) - 21:00


14 July  

-Final - 21:00