2020 may have well and truly scuppered the Euros, which usually take place every four years, but the rescheduled tournament gets underway in Rome on June 11 and runs through to Sunday July 11. Over the course of the 2021 Euros, twenty-four teams will play across 51 matches in 12 cities and The Vault at Stock Exchange in Manchester looks like the perfect place to watch them.
The Vault, a private dining area with 54-person seated capacity on the lower ground floor, will celebrate football with pre-booked packages including beer and bowl food from Tom Kerridge’s The Bull & Bear Restaurant.
Packages start at £49 per person, with a minimum of two guests per table, and the space can even be privately booked on request. Guests can expect a classic selection of food as well as the restaurant’s masterful cocktail menu.
Bookings will be centered around key games, meaning no one will miss out on the action. This includes England games on the 13th, 18th and 22nd June, in addition to the Semi-Finals and the Final on the 6th/7th and 11th July, respectively.
An approachable and social space, The Vault naturally lends itself as the perfect location to fuse the beautiful game with food. Fans can drink, dine and experience the Euros in privacy - making it the ideal location for a small team of friends, a group outing, or a work-related treat.
The hotel itself, a stunning Grade II listed building on Norfolk Street, just behind Market Street, is owned by Finestday Ltd, a company co-owned by Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Winston Zahra. It’s a prime example of Edwardian architecture, has been lovingly restored and repurposed from its original use as the old Northern Stock Exchange.
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