WHERE did you see England’s win over Croatia, and which is your favourite pub or bar to go and watch all the best live sports?

1. Wainwrights Inn

The Chapel Stile pub, with its large flat screen television in the main bar area, is a popular venue for those wishing to watch the best sports events live.

Jake Burns said: “Wainwright is where I’ll be watching any of my sports.”

2. Tweedies Bar & Lodge

The Grasmere that has earned popularity among the local populous and is one of only two bars in the area with a subscription to Sky Sports. The bar is ideal for anyone wishing to watch the Euros.

Bill Nesbitt said: “Tweedies in Grasmere. I'd like to go there.”

3. The Sun Inn

Ulverston’s successful Market Street pub, the Sun has always been an ideal place to watch Football if you are in the area.

Phil Crosby said: “The Sun Inn definitely.”

4. The Ship Inn and Quayside Sports Bar

Another popular Bowness-On-Windermere for the sports crowd, this pub located on Glebe Road has the Ship Inn and the Quayside Bar both with subscriptions to Sky Sports, BT Sports, and ESPN.

Both offer a great space to enjoy the games, with the added benefit of having the lake by your side.

Jill Susie said: “Love the Ship Inn.”

5. Cloud Nine and The Lounge

Barrow’s Dalkeith Street is another bar with a long history of popularity when it comes to live sporting events. Once claiming to have the ‘largest screen in the area’, this is one to consider next time you’re out for the game.

Nathan Spikey said: “Cloud Nine is one I'd pick.”

6. MK’s Bar

Barrow’s Abbey Road pub located opposite the Furness Railway was always a popular choice for sport fans and has been an ideal spot for live sporting matches.

Penny Fanchers said: “MK on Abbey Road is a good one I used to go to."

7. The Greys Inn

A Windermere with a subscription to both Sky Sports and BT Sports, this pub is a popular one with local residents and a good place to catch the future Euro matches.

Jill Tuck said: “Greys in Windermere.”

8. The Brookside Inn

Windermere’s popular inn is one of the few pubs in the area to have a subscription for Sky and BT.

The pub is popular with local residents seeking somewhere to catch up on all the latest sporting action viewable on the large television in the bar.

Ben Mansley said: “The Brookside bar in Windermere is where I’ll be watching if it’s on.”

9. The Victoria Tavern

An Oxford Street bar, this Barrow pub was known for sharing live football matches every week.

Joe Ryan said: “The Tavern on Oxford Street.”

10. Barrow Raiders

With their newly unveiled giant screen, the club will be showing all of England’s games during the Euro 2020.