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Best places to watch Euro 2016 KO rounds in Delhi-NCR, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune & Goa

A list of bars and lounges around India where Euro 2016 will take center stage.

The battle for European supremacy is underway. Where will you be watching the matches?

The European Championships have well and truly begun. Every fixture in the knockout round is sure to be a mouth-watering affair. What better way to enjoy the best of Europe trying to destroy each other than over delectable food, refreshing beverages and among great company. We bring you a list of the most effervescent spots around various cities in India to watch the knockout stages of Euro 2016.


New Delhi

House of Commons

M-39, Second Floor, Outer Circle, Opposite Shankar Market, Connaught Place

The football theme runs deep at the House of Commons

A British-themed gastropub, House of Commons is definitely a place for football fans. The atmosphere on match can definitely be called electric. Expect a raccuous crowd. Don’t forget to try their famous Chicken wings. It’s as sumptious as a Bale free kick.

Euro frenzy level – 7/10

In a footballing context, this place is – Where Gareth Bale would go to eat copious amounts of chicken.


Underdoggs Sports Bar & Grill

T-314, 3rd Floor, Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj

Underdoggs has a spectacular ambiance

Sporting a great ambiance, Underdogg’s claim to fame is it’s wickedly decorated interior and a loaded menu which caters to every palate. Four words for you. Lemon Butter Fish Sizzler. You’re welcome. 

Euro frenzy level – 7/10

In a footballing context, this place is – Where Payet would take the French team for dinner if they beat Ireland.


Game of Legends

Level 3, City Square Mall, Rajouri Garden

Game of Legends offers Hookah as well as a wide variety of food options

Game of Legends is an upmarket lounge where you can kill time before and after the actual game by indulging in some foosball or pool. Known for their authentic Indian fare, GOL is definitely the place to wind down after a hard day’s night watching the Euros. 

Euro frenzy level – 6/10

In a footballing context, this place is – Where Lallana and Sterling would play pool and discuss sending in crosses.

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