England face off against Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday, as both teams battle for a place in the final of Euro 2020.

If you can’t be at Wembley in person, we have put together a list of the best pubs in Oxford to watch football come home.

  • The Angel and Greyhound

A ten minute walk from the city centre this pub is popular with popular with locals, students and real ale drinkers. It serves classic British food and drink with a beer garden for al fresco dining. If you want to bring any furry friends along to watch the football, this pub also labels itself ‘the best dog friendly pub in Oxford’.

Book here or call 01865 242660

  • The King’s Arms

Serving hearty pub food and great British beer this cosy pub is also one of the oldest in Oxford, dating back to 1607 and still standing in its original spot. This Oxford staple also claims to be the ‘brainiest’ pub in Oxford as well, known for having the highest IQ per square foot anywhere in the world.

Book here or call 01865 242369

  • Cow and Creek

Nestled right in the city centre this pub is described as ‘traditional with a twist’. It has an extensive menu of classic pub grub and caters to both lager drinkers and cocktail enthusiasts alike. 

To book call 01865 250099

  • James St Taven

Just off Cowley Road this venue has a modern pub garden, outdoor bar and a serves cocktails. It also has a massive 75” screen for watching the match in style.

Call 01865 245854

  • The Bear Inn

Situated just off the busy high street this historic pub dates all the way back to 1242, making it the oldest in Oxford. With a healthy range of ales, lagers and stouts you will be spoiled for choice when picking a pint to watch the match with. The Bear is also famous for its quirky collection of 4,500 ties, which represent the many clubs and memberships in Oxford and beyond.

Book here or call 01865 728164

  • St Aldates Tavern

Located just a stone’s throw from the high street in the city centre this rustic bar has a healthy range of beers and ciders, as well as food menu featuring class pub fayre. Two and four legged punters alike are welcome, with a selection of books and boardgames also available if the football isn’t quite your thing.

Book here or call 01865 241 185

  • The Chequers 

The interior of this city centre pub dates back to the 1500s and it boasts a menu of class British pub dishes, cask ales, wines and extensive whisky and gin collections. 

Book here or call 01865 727463