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Where to watch Euro 2024 in Vienna

The UEFA European Championships 2024 will take place in Germany from June 14th to July 14th. This marks the first time Germany has hosted the tournament since the country's reunification.

This summer's UEFA EURO 2024 is set to be the event of the season. Whether you're a die-hard football fan or just want to enjoy the games with friends, Vienna has some popular venues to experience the excitement.

Charlie P's Irish Pub Vienna: Catch UEFA Euro 2024 at Charlie P's Irish Pub in Vienna! Experience the thrill of the European Football Championship live from June 14th to July 14th. Enjoy special food and drink offers while cheering on your favorite teams.

Check out Charlie P's Euro 2024 specials!

Public Viewing Wien: Fußball EM 2024: For the best outdoor experience to watch the Austria National Football Team during EURO 2024 in Vienna, visit the Fan Arena at Rathausplatz: Vienna City Hall Public Viewing. While you're there, don't forget to check out Charlie P's Irish Pub pop-up for a special atmosphere.

Teams and guide

UEFA Euro 2024

Euro 2024 Team Rankings:

Exiting from an Austrian point of view, is that team Austria has qualified and is playing well. They're in Group D with Poland, the Netherlands, and France. It's a pretty tough group, but Austria can make it through. Everyone's looking at France and England as the favorites to win Euro 24, but don’t count Austria out – they might just surprise us

1. France

France didn't do great recently, losing to Germany at home and barely beating Chile 3-2 in Marseille. Kylian Mbappé, the team captain, had a tough time, and they really missed Antoine Griezmann, who was out with an injury for the first time in seven years. Still, there were good moments, like 18-year-old Warren Zaïre-Emery's strong game against Germany and Randal Kolo Muani's goal and assist against Chile.

2. England

England's recent friendly games might not seem important, but their reaction to Jude Bellingham's last-minute goal against Belgium shows they didn't want to lose. After a defeat by Brazil, they played much better against Belgium. Kobbie Mainoo, an 18-year-old midfielder, stood out. But, the games showed England needs Harry Kane healthy in Germany to compete with the best.

3. Germany

Germany, hosting Euro 2024, is feeling confident after beating France and the Netherlands. They impressed everyone with a 2-0 win over France, thanks to a quick goal from Florian Wirtz. Toni Kroos controlled the game from midfield, and Maximilian Mittelstädt proved he's ready for the Euros.

4. Spain

Spain's 3-3 draw with Brazil was intense, with great goals and tough moments. Spain played well, especially in the first half, but a mistake by Unai Simón let Brazil back in. Lamine Yamal, a 16-year-old, was especially good on the right wing.

5. Portugal

Portugal just faced their first loss under coach Roberto Martínez, but there's no big worry yet. They had a perfect record in qualifying but lost 2-0 to Slovenia recently. The team missed Bruno Fernandes and Bernardo Silva in that game.

6. Netherlands

The Netherlands had mixed results against Scotland and Germany, showing strong play but also areas to improve. They switched up their formation and strategies, which worked well against Scotland but faced challenges against Germany.

7. Belgium

Belgium hasn't lost in 12 games under coach Domenico Tedesco, but they've had some close calls. They drew with Ireland and were lucky to get a draw against England too.

8. Italy

Italy went to the United States and won both their games, against Ecuador and Venezuela. They showed good teamwork and determination, with Nicolò Barella and Lorenzo Pellegrini leading the way.

Euro 2024 Schedule

The tournament kicks off with the opening match between Germany and Scotland in Munich on 14th June. The group stage runs until 26th June, with the knockout stage beginning on 29th June1. The final will be held at Berlin’s Olympiastadion on 14th July. Download the Offical Euro 24 Schedule here thanks to uefa.com.

Betting Odds

England have been priced at 7/2 to go one better than Euro 2020 and lift the trophy. Gareth Southgate’s side share favouritism with France, the European champions in 1984 and 2000, with hosts Germany third in the market at 6/1.

Odds last checked 03.04.2024

UEFA EURO 2024 Group D Fixtures

UEFA EURO 2024 Group D consists of the following teams: Poland, Netherlands, Austria, and France. Here are the upcoming fixtures for Group D:

16/06: Poland vs Netherlands (Hamburg,15:00)

17/06: Austria vs France (Düsseldorf, 21:00)

21/06: Poland vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00)

21/06: Netherlands vs France (Leipzig, 21:00)

25/06: Netherlands vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00)

25/06: France vs Poland (Dortmund, 18:00)

For the latest group stage standings, you can visit the official UEFA website. Enjoy the games!

Austris Fixtures

Austria is in Group D with Poland, Netherlands, and France for UEFA EURO 2024. Here are Austria's upcoming matches:

17/06: Austria vs France at Mercedes-Benz Arena Stuttgart

21/06: Poland vs Austria at Deutsche Bank Park Frankfurt

25/06: Netherlands vs Austria at RheinEnergieStadion Cologne

Austria has been performing well in their recent matches. Here are the results of their last 5 matches:

Azerbaijan 0 - 1 Austria

Estonia 0 - 2 Austria

Austria 2 - 0 Germany

Slovakia 0 - 2 Austria

Austria 6 - 1 Türkiye

For more detailed information, you can visit the official UEFA website.

Euro 2024 Team Rankings:

9. Croatia

Croatia, led by Luka Modric, won a friendly tournament in Cairo, showing different strategies and formations that worked well, especially in the final.

10. Austria

Austria is on a winning streak, scoring early in their recent games and showing they can play exciting football even without some key players like David Alaba.

11. Denmark

Denmark had mixed results in their recent games, and there's some debate about their readiness for the Euros, especially with questions around player selections.

12. Hungary

Hungary won both their recent games, showing their ability to come back stronger in the second half and maintain their defining intensity.

13. Switzerland

Switzerland had a solid performance, with Xherdan Shaqiri making a difference when he played. They're looking good going into the Euros.

14. Romania

Romania had average results, with their defense and attack needing improvement. Still, there were moments of brilliance, like Ianis Hagi scoring against Colombia.

15. Poland

Poland secured their Euro 2024 spot with wins over Estonia and Wales, showing different strengths in each game and proving they're a united team.

16. Serbia

Serbia faced challenges, including a loss to Russia and a narrow win over Cyprus. They're looking to improve before the Euros.

17. Czech Republic

The Czech Republic had encouraging wins over Norway and Armenia, with a strong start under coach Ivan Hasek.

18. Scotland

Scotland's recent losses and lack of creativity in attack are concerning, with limited time to improve before the Euros.

19. Slovenia

Slovenia impressed with a win over Portugal, showing they're a well-organized team with the potential to challenge at the Euros.

20. Turkey

Turkey faced setbacks with two losses, raising questions about their readiness for the Euros and their ability to score.

21. Ukraine

Ukraine's win over Iceland highlighted their talent and potential, making them a team to watch at the Euros.

22. Slovakia

Slovakia had a tough time, missing key players like Milan Skriniar and trying to find the right strategy.

23. Albania

Albania faced two defeats but are trying to focus on the positive aspects, like creating chances.


Georgia made history by qualifying for their first major tournament, showing determination and team spirit.

Austria in Focus

Austria, part of Group D, will be playing against Poland, Netherlands, and France Austrian fans are eagerly awaiting their team’s performance in this prestigious tournament.

Austria are entering Euro 2024 as a potential dark horse, has shown impressive form leading up to the tournament.

Despite missing key players like David Alaba, Marko Arnautovic, and Marcel Sabitzer due to illness, the team has not let these setbacks dampen their spirits or performance. 

With players like Michael Gregoritsch stepping up—evident from his hat-trick in the game against Turkey—Austria's team spirit and ability to surprise are clear. 

They're a team to watch, with the potential to upset more favored teams and progress deep into the tournament.

Ralf Rangnick

Under the guidance of Ralf Rangnick, they've demonstrated a captivating style of attacking football, highlighted by a 6-1 victory over Turkey that wowed fans and critics alike. 

This win, part of a five-game winning streak, showcased Austria's depth and tactical flexibility.

Where to Watch Euro 2024 in Vienna

For catching UEFA Euro 2024 action in Vienna, there are great spots to enjoy the games, especially if you're rooting for Team Austria

Rathausplatz Fan Arena 

This spot at Vienna City Hall is a go-to for fans. They're planning to show at least six games on a massive TV. This includes all of Austria's group stage matches against France (June 17th), Poland (June 21st), and the Netherlands (June 25th).

They'll also air both semi-finals and the final, regardless of Austria's participation. If Austria advances beyond the group stage, those matches will be shown here too.

Rathausplatz offers a vibrant football atmosphere on match days. Additionally, the film festival, starting June 29th, offers a variety of culinary delights icluding Charlie P's at the Rathaus. Post-festival, the music film program will be paused on match days to broadcast the games. More details here. Fan arena at Rathausplatz

Town Hall Square, Rathausplatz, 1010 Vienna ,

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Public screenings at the Prater

A new public viewing area will be established next to the Feuerdorf on Prater Hauptallee for the 2024 European Championships. Free admission, cutting-edge LED and sound technology, shaded seating, and refreshments guarantee an outstanding soccer evening experience. Additionally, a VIP area will be available for booking.

Strandbar Herrmann and Saletti

For a more relaxed vibe, at Strandbar Hermann on the Danube Canal, you can find the largest public viewing area. It features an 18-square-meter video wall and can accommodate up to 2,000 people. You can enjoy African food and music while watching the games.

No reservations here, so it's best to arrive early. Saletti offers a reservable beach spot, complete with palm trees for a tropical atmosphere.

Stiegl Ambulance on the university campus: 

The Stiegl Ambulance shows all World Cup games live on a video wall in the guest garden. The restaurant serves modern home cooking with beer.

Salettl in the Old AKH 

The Viennese coffee house in the design of a Turmsalettl in the Old AKH will be broadcasting all World Cup games again this year. In addition to various types of ice cream, the Salettl offers snacks and an extensive selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.


For a more reserved setting, Vienna's large public garden offers a pub called Schwankwirtschaft where games are shown. You'll need to make a reservation to get in.

Summerstage on the Danube Canal 

The culture-culinary meeting shows all games live on 16 flat screens from 4 p.m. The culinary focus is on Austrian cuisine, Mediterranean-influenced dishes and Asian wok specialties.

Werkstätten - und Kulturhaus (WUK)

There is a weatherproof version with a special “World Cup quarters” where you can watch the games in the courtyard, hall, and foyer. There is space for up to 1,500 people and organic food. The organizer FM4 also provides a supporting program, including football bingo, expert panels, and concerts.


Acording to the Standard: The events organized by the Ke Nako initiative aim to strengthen interest in Africa and are mainly held at Yppenplatz. There are live broadcasts with a supporting program in the restaurants. The African Cultural Embassy showcases the many networks between Africa and Ottakring, while numerous concerts create an atmospheric African atmosphere.

Other Venues

Other places like Lokal der Garten, Fünfhaus, and Rochusmarkt are also showing the games, offering many options to watch throughout the city.

Each venue offers a different experience, from the lively atmosphere at Rathausplatz to the relaxed vibe of beach bars, so all fans can find the perfect spot to enjoy the tournament.

For local and international fans in Vienna, Austria, Charlie P’s Irish Pub is a great place to catch all the action. Known for its authentic Irish pub flair and atmosphere, Charlie P’s will be showing every game of the tournament. They also offer a variety of food and drinks, including some of the best burgers in Vienna.

Bottom Line

The UEFA European Championships 2024 promises to be a thrilling tournament, with top teams from across Europe competing for the prestigious title. Whether you’re watching from the stadium, at a Public Viewing, at home, or at a local pub like Charlie P’s, the excitement is guaranteed.

When does EURO 2024 start?

Group stage

14 June

Group A: Germany vs Scotland (Munich, 21:00)

15 June

A: Hungary vs Switzerland (Cologne, 15:00)

B: Spain vs Croatia (Berlin, 18:00)

B: Italy vs Albania (Dortmund, 21:00)

16 June

D: Poland vs Netherlands (Hamburg, 15:00)

C: Slovenia vs Denmark (Stuttgart, 18:00)

C: Serbia vs England (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00)

17 June

E: Romania vs Ukraine (Munich, 15:00)

E: Belgium vs Slovakia (Frankfurt, 18:00)

D: Austria vs France (Düsseldorf, 21:00)

18 June

F: Türkiye vs Georgia (Dortmund, 18:00)

F: Portugal vs Czechia (Leipzig, 21:00)

19 June

B: Croatia vs Albania (Hamburg, 15:00)

  1. A: Germany vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 18:00)

A: Scotland vs Switzerland (Cologne, 21:00)

20 June

C: Slovenia vs Serbia (Munich, 15:00)

C: Denmark vs England (Frankfurt, 18:00)

B: Spain vs Italy (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00)

21 June

E: Slovakia vs Ukraine (Düsseldorf, 15:00)

D: Poland vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00)

D: Netherlands vs France (Leipzig, 21:00)

22 June

F: Georgia vs Czechia (Hamburg, 15:00)

F: Türkiye vs Portugal (Dortmund, 18:00)

E: Belgium vs Romania (Cologne, 21:00)

23 June

A: Switzerland vs Germany (Frankfurt, 21:00)

A: Scotland vs Hungary (Stuttgart, 21:00)

24 June

B: Croatia vs Italy (Leipzig, 21:00)

B: Albania vs Spain (Düsseldorf, 21:00)

25 June

D: Netherlands vs Austria (Berlin, 18:00)

D: France vs Poland (Dortmund, 18:00)

C: England vs Slovenia (Cologne, 21:00)

C: Denmark vs Serbia (Munich, 21:00)

26 June

E: Slovakia vs Romania (Frankfurt, 18:00)

E: Ukraine vs Belgium (Stuttgart, 18:00)

F: Czechia vs Türkiye (Hamburg, 21:00)

F: Georgia vs Portugal (Gelsenkirchen, 21:00)

Rest days on 27 and 28 June


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