USUALLY packed pubs and jostling to try and get a good spec in front of the TV are part and parcel of watching major international football tournaments.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 rules will still make things slightly different as Euro 2020 airs at venues across St Helens and the country.

Venues across town have been advertising that they will be screening matches from the tournament. 

Pubs across the UK have been told to risk assess the positioning of TV screens, and football commentary volume, when making venues 'Covid-secure'.

READ > All of Saints' remaining Super League fixtures in 2021 confirmed

People can watch football inside pubs.

Inside up to six people from six households (or two households of any size) can meet and site together.

With limited capacities in place, many venues are taking bookings for match days.

England kick off their campaign against Croatia on Sunday, June 13. 

Here are just some of the venues across town which will be screening the tournament:

The Nelson

Boars Head

Sticky Wicket

Gerard Arms

Coley's Sports Bar 

Stocks Tavern, Newton

Billinge Arms