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European Championship, formally UEFA European Championship, also called Euro, in football (soccer), a quadrennial tournament held between the member countries of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). The European Championship is second in prestige to the World Cup among international football tournaments.

The first final of the European Championship (then known as the European Nations’ Cup) took place in 1960 after two years of preliminary contests between 17 national football clubs. In 1960 the Euro final tournament consisted of four teams, but it expanded to eight teams in 1980 and 16 teams in 1996. Currently, qualification for a European Championship begins two years before the scheduled final when all members of UEFA begin playing among themselves to earn a berth in the 16-team tournament (the qualification process does not include the host country or countries, which automatically qualify for the final).

Watch all matches live at thomas tripp

We show all Euro matches live on our huge screen, as well as on several other screens around the venue so wherever you choose to sit you won’t miss any of the action.

Places are limited for seats in front of our big screen, so it is advised to book early to grab your favourite seat with your friends, however we will always do our best to fit you in.

We offer a package that includes food and a set also.

The atmosphere at Thomas Tripp during the Euro matches is unlike anything I’ve experienced anywhere before. The combination of the big screen, a whole range of enthusiastic football fans, a few beers and food thrown in is simply fantastic

John Smith