6 Hull pubs showing England v Scotland Euro 2020 game tonight

Tonight is England’s second game in the Euros after storming their first win against Croatia.

The nation’s football team is set to rival our UK allies Scotland for an 8pm kick off.

Fans will be heading to the pub to sip on a cold pint and watch in anticipation as the teams

Read more: Electric atmosphere in Hull as England fans celebrate Croatia win

The tournament kicked off last weekend, with the continent’s 24 best teams battling it out over the next month to be crowned the winners.

Hull was on cloud nine after the England team secured a win during their first Euros match.

Humber Street was a hotspot for many venues hosting the game where fans watched the match on big screens for while enjoying a pint.

There were particularly jubilant scenes as England’s Raheem Sterling scored in the 68th minute, with fans celebrating with a huge cheer before breaking out into song.

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Now all you’ve got to do is sit back, relax… and think about where you want to watch the next match. It is a huge decision – but thankfully, Hull Live has you covered.

Social, Humber Street

New bar Social on Humber Street has a giant projector screen perfect for viewing the game.

With its spaced out bar stool seats and round tables, its a great place to meet up with friends tonight.



England fans inside Social in Humber Street
England fans inside Social in Humber Street

There is a DJ at the ready to play ‘It’s Coming Home’ if England score.

The bar has a great atmosphere and is likely to be lively for those who love a sing and chant whilst watching the footie.

Taphouse, Humber Street

Taphouse is regularly a popular spot, but when the big game is on the bar is packed.

With its wide booths, you can meet in a group of six and see the game from an epic spot.

Much like Social, Taphouse have opted for a giant projector screen at the back of the bar for the best view of the game.



Taphouse in Humber Street
Taphouse in Humber Street

The best part is that you can see the screen clearly from any spot.

With its range of delicious burgers, wraps, sides, cocktails and beers, its a football mania haven.

Taphouse is likely to be busy this evening.

Tribal Two, Humber Street



Tribal bar is a sports haven
Tribal bar is a sports haven

What better place is there to watch a football game than in sports bar?

Tribal Two loves its sport nights and is looking forward to welcoming England and Scotland fans this evening.

Tonight the hotspot are offering some delicious cocktails including classics such as stawberry daquiri and pornstar martini

If you want to secure a spot, you can book via Tribal Two’s Facebook messenger and they will reserve you a space right away.

Pearsons, Princes Avenue



Pearsons Bar in Princes Avenue
Pearsons Bar in Princes Avenue

Pearsons Bar is looking forward to welcoming in avid fans for tonight’s game.

On their social media they said: “It’s coming home. Get in early to guarantee a seat… we’re open from 12.”

The bar is open all day and has indoor and outdoor seating dependant on preference.

The Princes Avenue hotspot is known for its love of sport and brings in keen Hull City fans. They can even print football logos onto your pint – now that’s a treat.

The Triton Inn, Brough



The Triton Inn in Brough had a carnival atmosphere for Sunday's game
The Triton Inn in Brough had a carnival atmosphere for Sunday’s game

It’s not just the city centre that will have a buzzing atmosphere this evening, Brough will be celebrating the big game too.

The Triton Inn will kick off their evening with the big game from 8pm outdoors. With a big screen and hay bails to sit on its the perfect way to enjoy a fun Friday night out.

The inn wrote on their social media earlier today and said: “Sunday was an almighty success and an amazing atmosphere. It felt incredible to see everyone in high spirits – Even better because we are one step closer to coming home!

“We look forward to seeing everyone on Friday for England vs Scotland, don’t forget to bring a brolly.”

The field opens from 4pm onwards, and is expected to be highly busy.

Anyone travelling in a car is asked to park on The Outgang (the road towards Brough) and not in Brantingham village.

The Piper

It’s Loaded Indie Friday at The Piper – but with a football twist.

Enjoy watching England play on the big screen whilst enjoying some refreshing drinks and enjoying Indie music post-match.



One of The Piper's three-litre cocktail towers
One of The Piper’s three-litre cocktail towers

You can sit in The Courtyard and even enjoy a tower cocktail so you don’t have to keep ordering whilst concentrating on the game.

Tables are still currently available but are likely to be booked up quickly.

To guarantee a spot for you and your friends you can book via their website here.