England’s victory over Ukraine in the quarter-finals of the 2020 European Football Championship was the most-watched live TV event of the year in Britain.
The BBC programme drew an astonishing 21 million viewers – 81.8% of possible television viewers at the time – who watched England thrash Ukraine 4-0.
The excitement is now building for the semi-final match between England and Denmark on Wednesday evening.
If you can’t get tickets for Wembley, but still fancy some atmosphere for the nation’s biggest match since the 2018 World Cup semis, there are no shortage of options, including at the Turkish Cypriot Community Association in North London.
Teaming up with Cyprus House, the TCCA is not only offering a big screen to watch the game, but also a delicious platter of hot and cold mezze of 15 dishes, so whatever the result, you will be well fed.
Entry is £15 per person. Drinks are an optional extra.
Space is restricted due to coronavirus rules, with a maximum of six on a table. Bookings can be made via Facebook or by calling 020 8826 1080 * 1.
Doors open at 7pm, with kick off at 8pm.
Event title: TCCA in partnership with Cyprus House presents England v Denmark
Date: Wednesday 7 July 2021
Starts: venue doors open 7pm, 8pm for match
Admission: £15 per person for fixed menu meze platter. Advance booking necessary. To make a booking call 020 8826 1080 * 1 or send TCCA a message via their Facebook page. Table seating on a first-come-first-served basis
Main image, top, white soccer line photo © Sandro Schuh via Unsplash, with logos (l-r) of England, UEFA Euro 2020 and Denmark