It looked promising when Wayne Rooney opened the scoring from the spot after just four minutes, but goals from Ragnar Sigurdsson and Kolbeinn Sigthorsson turned the tie on its head causing an embarrassing exit from the tournament for the Three Lions.
Despite England’s failure to progress, the Sports Bar & Grill will continue to show the remaining games in the tournament!
The venue has proved popular amongst the Polish community in Bristol and they will be welcome again for Poland’s clash with Portugal in the first of the quarter-finals on Thursday, June 30th (8pm).
Wales are the final home nation left in the tournament and face Belgium on Friday, July 1st (8pm) for a place in the semi-final.
World champions Germany play Italy on Saturday night (8pm), while hosts France will need to be at their best to overcome surprise package Iceland.
Ashton Gate’s Sports Bar & Grill boasts the biggest pub screen in the UK and has a selection of Euro themed food and drink promotions including:
– New Euros-themed food menu – click here to view the menu
– Four bottles of Heineken for £10
– Two-pint pitchers of lager and cider for £7
– Wine Wednesdays – Buy two large glasses of house wine and receive the rest of the bottles for free every Wednesday
– 50% off selected drinks – Thursday & Friday’s between 5pm-7pm
General entry to the home of sport in Bristol is on a first-come, first-served basis. Season card and member discounts will be available.
To reserve a table e-mail email@example.com asap. Note: A £10 deposit will be required to secure a table, redeemable against your final bill.