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Where to watch Germany vs France Euro 2016 in Toronto

The Germany vs France Euro Cup 2016 semifinal goes down at 3 p.m. today, and if you're looking to take in the theatrics, there will be lots of sports bars across the city showing the game. There's even a Euro-focused pop-up at 584 College St. with theatre-style seating. But if you want to watch in the company of rabid fans for each country, the options are reduced to just a few patriotic spots.

Here's where to watch the Germany vs France Euro semifinal in Toronto.

GERMANY

The Musket
Hands down the best place to cheer on the German team, this Etobicoke restaurant gets absolutely packed during big international games and even sees impromptu street celebrations outside its doors in the event of a win. Get there early for the best vantage point.

WVRST
Fill up on sausages and beer while rooting for a German victory today at this beer hall style restaurant on King St. West. The crowd won't be quite as rabid the one at the Musket, but you'll still be surrounded by German fans.

FRANCE

Point Bar
A new hub for French soccer fans in Toronto, Point Bar will be absolutely buzzing today for the semifinals. There are televisions everywhere, French beer (a rarity in Toronto), and a complete devotion to the sport and team. The scene will be electric.

Did I miss a place? Share your favourite spots to watch Germany and France duke it out.

Photo via the Euro Cup 2016 Facebook page.


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