Euro 2020 kicks off today after a year's delay.

Many of us will be donning England shirts and heading to the pub to support our national team.

But where are the best pubs to head to when it comes to watching the tournament?

Here's our pick of some of the best hostelries to catch all the action involving Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and co.

The Turks Head, Chickerell

Dorset Echo:

You can see England's first game against Croatia on Sunday at 2pm on the pub's 'giant' screen and enjoy a carvery and a pint for just £15.

A spokesman for the pub said: "Unbelievable, Jeff!"

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Admiralty Hotel and Restaurant, Southwell Business Park, Portland

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Pints are just £3 and bottles are £2.50 all day during Euro 2020. You can view the games in the Admiralty's sports bar and bar snacks will be available.

The White Hart, Weymouth and the Old Rooms, Weymouth harbour

Dorset Echo:

These two Greene King town pubs are offering customers a free pint today, the first day of the Euros.

Keen punters can redeem a pint of Greene King’s own pale ale brew, Ice Breaker.

No vouchers or downloads are needed, simply utter the words ‘Your home of pub sport’ to the bar staff and you’ll be provided with a refreshing pint in readiness to watch the match.

The Royal Oak, Dorchester Road, Weymouth

Dorset Echo:

With no less than three TVs inside and one TV outside, this pub is geared up to welcome football fans.

The pub doesn't take table bookings so fans are advised to come as early as they can to bag a seat.

Rendezvous, St Thomas Street, Weymouth

Dorset Echo:

One of the most popular destinations in the area to watch the World Cup 2018, the Rendezvous will once again be top of many people's lists for watching the football.

However this time social distancing rules will be in place with inside and part of the outside viewing areas seated and this time around the standing area will be significantly reduced.

A 10ft by 8ft outdoor screen will once again be placed on Weymouth harbour.

People are urged to book to ensure they get a spot.

Royal Oak, Milborne St Andrew

Dorset Echo:

Customers who wish to watch the matches will have to book their seats in keeping with the rule of six restrictions.

Space is very limited at this popular village pub, where visitors can also enjoy tackling the bamboo maze in the beer garden.

Brewhouse and Kitchen, Dorchester

Dorset Echo:

This Weymouth Avenue pub is showing all the key Euro 2020 matches, including England's first match against Croatia on Sunday.

The pub has added new additions to its more than 70 craft beers and ciders!

It will also have 2 pint steins and our 9 pint tritons – DIY beer dispenser at your tables.

People are urged to book tables and use the B&K On Tap system to order and pay from their mobile.

The New Star Inn, Fortuneswell, Portland

Dorset Echo:

From tonight until the end of the Euros this Portland pub will have different promos on beer throughout.

Tonight the pub's brand new cider Inches will be available for only £3 a pint and Heineken Iwill be £3.50 a pint. Espresso Martinits will be £3 - or £4 with a cheeky shot of Baileys in! Special T-shirts are also on sale.