LAST night (Tuesday) saw Italy book their place in the European Championship final, following a hard fought penalty shoot-out success against Spain.

This evening England and Denmark will vie for a spot alongside the gli Azzurri, with Wembley hosting both semi-finals and the final.

The home nation's pulsating 4-0 thumping of Ukraine last weekend had even the most pessimistic fan believing the country could secure its first major trophy since 1966 (not glossing over Le Tournoi success in 1997!)

The side is now just two steps away from replicating the magic of 55 years previous, with initially reticent rumblings of "It's Coming Home" become ever more vociferous.

Isle of Wight County Press: Can England see off Denmark and Italy to win the Euros?Can England see off Denmark and Italy to win the Euros?

Early exits for pre-tournament favourites such as Belgium, France and Portugal have ramped up the possibility of this being a momentous summer for Gareth Southgate and his charges.

The Three Lions head into tonight's 8pm kick-off as favourites to dispatch a Danish team galvanised by Christian Eriksen's return to health following his cardiac arrest in their opening game against Finland.

The Danes will be looking for their second British scalp of the competition, having dispatched Wales 4-0 in the round of 16.

But where can you watch the action unfold? Here's a list of Isle of Wight pubs and bars screening the tournament's remaining games.

Isle of Wight County Press: Wembley stadium will host both remaining Euro 2020 matches.Wembley stadium will host both remaining Euro 2020 matches.


The Bugle Inn — four screens.


The Waverley — one screen, games can be viewed on request.

The Cask & Crispin — three screens in pub and one in garden. First come, first served, with doors locked when at capacity.


Pier View — three screens in bar, booking recommended.

East Cowes

Prince of Wales — two screens, no need to book ahead.

East Cowes Conservative Club — members only, or must be accompanied by a member.


West Wight Social Club — one projector and one TV. Must be a member or signed in by one.

Freshwater Conservative Club — must be a member or signed in by one.


Rocket Ronnies — several indoor screens.

Southern Vectis Sports Club — members only.

Hog's Head.


The Chequers Inn — large outdoor screen in the pub garden.


The Crown — one big screen and loads of smaller TVs.

Rocket Ronnies — several indoor screens.

The Falcon — seven screens.

The Marine Bar — one large projector.

King Lud.


The Old Comical — gameS shown on three screens, with one outside.

The Tap.

Scruffy Jacks — seven screens, with booking required. England games have sold out quickly throughout the tournament.


Shanklin Conservative Club — three screens. You must either be a member or accompanied by one.

Townhouse — five screens, not taking bookings.

Holliers Inn — two large screens with one outside.

Waterfront Inn — three screens, with one of them large.


The Blenheim — three screens and you need to book ahead.

The Rose — listed as showing games.

Not on the list?....

If you are a pub showing the matches who were not included on the list, please get in touch by emailing so we can add you!