Published: 13:21, 02 June 2021
| Updated: 13:31, 02 June 2021
Anyone up for a month of watching international football on a big screen surrounded by fans?
No we're not mad, and you haven't returned in a time machine to 2018; barring any last minute lockdowns, football fans will be treated to a feast of entertainment when the UEFA European Championship kicks off next week.
The tournament starts on Friday, June 11 when Turkey take on Italy; with England's first game kicking off at 2pm on Sunday, June 13 against the team that dumped them out of the the 2018 World Cup, Croatia.
Ever optimistic England fans are hopeful Gareth Southgate's squad can again progress into the latter stages of the tournament, but of course we all know it won't be that simple - and the best way to get through the stress is to embed yourself in the midst of a drunk screaming mob.
But where best to do that? Here are some of the top venues with big screens to enjoy the triumph and tragedy of international football.
Location: 4-6 Rose Yard, Maidstone
Boasts a huge 200" outdoor LED screen, said to be "bigger than a Luton truck", with an additional 165" screen. Tables of two, four and six can be booked for £5 a person.
The bar is also offering special deals on beer and an outdoor BBQ. Photo ID required.
Folkestone Harbour Arm
Location: Harbour Screen, Goods Yard, Folkestone Harbour Arm
The Harbour Screen will be showing the entire tournament for free, with tables available on a first come, first serve basis. Only the England games will be ticketed; priced £10 per seat ticket, with tables of four to six people on offer.
Prince of Wales Chatham
Location: 1-3 Railway Street
With three big screens and ten plasma screens, the Prince of Wales in Chatham, is a great place to enjoy the football out of the sun.
Tokyo Tea Rooms
Location: 41 St George's Place Canterbury
Claims to be Canterbury's biggest Euro 2021 fanzone, with a huge HD projector screen, eight HD screens, and surround sound.
The bar is offering every England game, with entry and table priced £6 per person, or £12 including a burger and pint of lager.
Location: 71A Bank St, Maidstone
The superstitious might want to avoid drinking in a German bar, but it could also be the best place to watch the Germans lose.
The bar is showing the entire tournament. Fans are advised to book a table.
Dreamland’s outdoor Scenic Stage will be showing every one of England’s European Championship football games.
The venue offers a large outdoor seating area where a wide range of drinks and food will be delivered to your table by ordering on your smartphone.
Tickets: party of four £20, party of six £30.
The Goose, Gravesend
Location: 23-25 King St, Gravesend
When it excitedly announced its indoor reopening last month The Goose appeared particularly excited for the upcoming tournament.
And is it any wonder given it played host to the below scenes in 2018?
After England won their first ever World Cup penalty shoot-out against Columbia things went pretty wild, culminating in a cyclist crowd surfing through the street's of the north Kent town.