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Tue. Jun 18th, 2024

Where do you watch football on TV in Boston?

By meerna Jun12,2024

Fans watching the USA-Germany game at the Banshee in Dorchester in June 2014. Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Two of the most watched soccer tournaments in the world will return this month.

The UEFA European Championship and Copa América, starting on June 14 and 20 respectively, are expected to attract millions of fans from around the world to watch the matches.

The UEFA European Championship 2024, or Euro, will take place in Germany and will feature 24 European teams who will play 51 matches in 31 days.

Meanwhile, the 48th edition of Copa América will be held in 12 American cities and will feature 16 teams.

Traditionally, the tournament takes place in South America and South American teams take part in it. Guest countries have been invited to play since the 1990s.

This year will be the second time the United States will host the Copa América. However, unlike in 2016, when the United States was the first host country, this year’s tournament will not feature any matches at Gillette Stadium.

Soccer fans in Boston may not have the opportunity to watch the United States or their home country play live this year, but there are still plenty of places to watch both tournaments streamed live from a bar or restaurant.

Whether you’re in the North End supporting Italy as they defend their European title in 2021, or watching Messi in an Argentinian restaurant, we want to know where you go to watch the games.

Do you have a favorite bar or pub to watch football at? Do you know of any Copa América or UEFA Euro viewing events? Share the company name and why it’s your favorite in the poll below or send us an email at [email protected]. Your response may be published in a future article on Boston.com or on our social media channels.

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