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How you can get a free pint at the pub on the first day of Euro 2020

In this article, we reveal and explain how you can get a free pint at the pub on the first day of Euro 2020 which starts on Friday, June 11th.

Pub retailer and brewer Greene King is offering a drink free of charge to every customer in celebration of pubs reopening across the country and the impending summer of sport.

They have announced the offer will be rolled on on the first day of the highly anticipated Euros football tournament which begins next week.

Customers across the United Kingdom will be able to claim a free pint of Ice Breaker at more than 1,000 participating Greene King pubs nationwide.

No vouchers or downloads will be required for the freebie, and customers simply need to say the phrase ‘Your home of pub sport’ to bar staff.

This will grant pub-goers a refreshing free pint ahead of the match, which customers can watch at their local.

The passphrase is also featured exclusively in Greene King’s video campaign ’24 Nations’, which stars the likes of Jamie Redknapp, Ally McCoist and Ashley Williams.

Each of the former footballers represent the participating home nations in the competition.

The film shows supporters arguing over who will win the tournament and takes a look back on legendary moments from previous years.

Chris Conchie, head of sport at Greene King, said: “With an exciting summer of sport in front of us, we can’t wait to welcome our customers back to our pubs to enjoy watching sport with us once again.

“We’ve all been forced to watch sport from home but we know our pubs are your home away from home when it comes to sport!

“We want to celebrate by giving each and every one of our customers a free pint of Ice Breaker.

“The ultimate, unfiltered, refreshing pale ale – bursting with fruity hop characters. We’re looking forward to seeing you all soon!”

All Greene King pubs are operating a table-only service during the Euros up until the planned lifting of all lockdown restrictions in England on the 21st of June.

Bookings can be made online via the Greene King Euros hub. Customers simply need to enter their postcode and select their nearest location to secure a table.

Ice Breaker Pale Ale Pint Glass | Official Glassware – Greene King Online  Shop

How you can get a free pint at the pub on the first day of Euro 2020

The free pint offer is available to UK residents only and customers must be aged 18 or over.

The freebie is limited to one per person at participating locations, which are listed online.

Soft drinks will also be on offer as an alternative, with customers able to select a standard bottle of Coke or Coke Zero.

The promotion will be up for grabs during serving hours on the 11th of June while stocks last, and cannot be combined with any other offer or discount.

Want to find out which is your nearest Green King pub chain? Simply click HERE and type in either your village, town, city or postcode, but be sure to enquire or look up to make sure the pub you plan on going to does this offer.

June 11: Turkey vs Italy (8pm) – Rome – BBC

June 12: Wales vs Switzerland (2pm) – Baku – BBC

June 12: Denmark vs Finland (5pm) – Copenhagen – BBC

June 12: Belgium vs Russia (8pm) – St Petersburg – ITV

June 13: England vs Croatia (2pm) – Wembley – BBC

June 13: Austria vs North Macedonia (5pm) – Bucharest – ITV

June 13: Netherlands vs Ukraine (8pm) – Amsterdam – ITV

June 14: Scotland vs Czech Republic (2pm) – Glasgow – BBC

June: 14 Poland vs Slovakia (5pm) – St Petersburg – ITV

June 14: Spain vs Sweden (8pm) – Seville – BBC

June 15: Hungary vs Portugal (5pm) – Budapest – ITV

June 15: France vs Germany (8pm) – Munich – ITV

June 16: Finland vs Russia (2pm) – St Petersburg – BBC

June 16: Turkey vs Wales (5pm) – Baku – BBC

June 16: Italy vs Switzerland (8pm) – Rome – ITV

June 17: Ukraine vs North Macedonia (2pm) – Bucharest – ITV

June 17: Denmark vs Belgium (5pm) – Copenhagen – ITV

June 17: Netherlands vs Austria (8pm) – Amsterdam – BBC

June 18: Sweden vs Slovakia (2pm) – St Petersburg – BBC

June 18: Croatia vs Czech Republic (5pm) – Glasgow – BBC

June 18: England vs Scotland (8pm) – Wembley – ITV

une 19: Hungary vs France (2pm) – Budapest – BBC

June 19: Portugal vs Germany (2pm) – Munich – ITV

June 19: Spain vs Poland (8pm) – Seville – BBC

June 20: Italy vs Wales (5pm) – Rome – ITV

June 20: Switzerland vs Turkey (5pm) – Baku – ITV

June 21: North Macedonia vs Netherlands (5pm) – Amsterdam – ITV

June 21: Ukraine vs Austria (5pm) – Bucharest – ITV

June 21: Russia vs Denmark (8pm) – Copenhagen – BBC

June 21: Finland vs Belgium (8pm) – St Petersburg – BBC

June 22: Czech Republic vs England (8pm) – Wembley – ITV

June 22: Croatia vs Play-Off Winner C (8pm) – Glasgow – ITV

June 23: Slovakia vs Spain (5pm) – Seville – ITV

June 23: Sweden vs Poland (5pm) – St Petersburg – ITV

June 23: Germany vs Hungary (8pm) – Munich – BBC

June 23: Portugal vs France (8pm) – Budapest – BBC

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