PUBS across north and west Wiltshire are urging England soccer fans to book their tables in advance to watch the Euro 2020 football matches.

All Euro 2020 games will be shown live on terrestrial TV, with BBC and ITV sharing the rights.

England fans will be able to watch it inside and outside on big screens at the following Wadworth managed pubs:

• Lansdowne Arms, Calne: Screens: 1 Outside

• Pheasant Carvery, Chippenham: Screens: 5 Inside

• Red Lion, Lacock: Screens: 1 Outside

• Three Crowns, Devizes: Screens: 1 Inside, 1 Outside

Suffolk brewery and pub group Greene King is showing the Euro 2020 matches at:

• The Black Horse in Trowbridge

• The Longs Arms at Yarnbrook

• The Rowden Arms in Chippenham

• The White Swan Hotel in Bradford on Avon

Wetherspoons pubs likely to be screening the games include:

• The Albany Palace in Trowbridge

• The Bath Arms in Warminster

• The Bear in Melksham

• The Bell in Amesbury

• The Bridge House in Chippenham

• The Silk Mercer in Devizes

On its website, Devizes-based brewery and pub operator Wadworth said: “Our teams have been busy setting up the pubs with screens indoors and out (under our stretch tents) to create the best experience for you.

“Remember to book at one of our pubs and enjoy the month-long tournament with us between June 11 - July 11.

“Booking is highly recommended for both drinking and eating to secure your space as capacity is limited due to social distancing.”

The company added: “We can accommodate tables up to six people maximum. The time a table can be booked for might be restricted, please check when booking.

“If your group is larger than six you may be able to make separate bookings in separate names if tables are available.

“To reiterate, tables cannot exceed six, guests cannot mix between tables and all furniture must be kept in place. Groups of six may be from multiple households.”

Anyone watching the games will be asked to adhere to current Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, including the Rule of Six, social distancing, the wearing of face masks and sanitising hands.

Fans should check individual Wadworth’s business partner pubs to find out if they plan to screen the Euro 2020 matches live.

The opening match between Turkey and Italy will be shown live on the BBC, with England’s first match against Croatia at 2pm on Sunday, June 13 also being screened on the BBC.

England’s other two group matches, against Scotland at 8pm on Friday, June 18 and Czech Republic at 8pm on Tuesday, June 22, will be shown live on ITV. Both channels will show the Euro 2020 final on July 11.

There will be three games shown per day in the group stages at 2pm, 5pm and 8pm (BST).

England are among the favourites to win Euro 2020, as they have been with many UK bookies for most international tournaments of late.

All 24 nations that qualified for Euro 2020 will begin the tournament in the group stages.

The six groups from A-F consist of four teams in each as follows:

• Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales

• Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland

• Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia

• Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland

• Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia

• Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary

Following the conclusion of the group stages from June 11-23, which will see each nation play three fixtures against the other teams in their selected pool, the knockout rounds begin.

The Round of 16 will be played over four dates towards the end of June:

• Saturday, June 26: 1A v 2C, London – 2A v 2B, Amsterdam

• Sunday, June 27: 1B v 3A/D/E/F, Bilbao – 1C v 3D/E/F, Budapest

• Monday, June 28: 2D v 2E, Copenhagen – 1F v 3A/B/C, Bucharest

• Tuesday, June 29: 1E v 3A/B/C/D, Glasgow – 1D v 2F, London

The winners of these fixtures will advance to the quarter finals on Friday, July 2: in Saint Petersburg and Munich and on Saturday, July 3 in Baku and Rome

Both semi-finals will be held at Wembley Stadium in London on Tuesday, July 6 and Wednesday, July 7.

The final of Euro 2020 will take place on Sunday, July 11 at Wembley