TWO Burnham pubs will pour customers a free pint during England's Euro 2024 semi-final against the Netherlands today, but only if England scores!

Greene King pubs offering the deal, on July 10, in Burnham are Railway on College Street and Rosewood on Love Lane.

To claim a pint, you'll need to wait for England to score and then politely ask the bar staff "England scored, please pour".

Pints that are included the offer are Greene King IPA, Yardbird Pale Ale, Old Speckled Hen, Old Golden Hen, House Bitter, False Nine, Level Head Session IPA, Flint Eye Dry-Hopped Lager, Hazy Day Hazy IPA, Prior Life All Day IPA, Ice Breaker Pale Ale or a soft drink alternative.  

The match kicks off at 8pm on Wednesday July 10. If England beat the Netherlands they will face Spain in Berlin at 8pm on Sunday for a chance to become the first England men’s team to win a major tournament since the 1966 World Cup.

Greene King has enlisted former professional footballer and avid pub lover, Jimmy Bullard, to promote their free drinks offer. He said: “After having a career in football, I’ve seen first-hand the passion this nation has for the sport and as this tournament has proven, nothing is guaranteed in football.

“What can be guaranteed, though, is a good time at the pub, because no matter the result, win or lose, you’re surrounded by your friends and fellow fans, so you can celebrate or commiserate together.

 “The addition of a free pint is enough to put a smile on my face, especially when the games so far have been so agonising to watch. There is only one place I’ll be heading to watch the semi-final game and that’s my local Greene King pub, because once one of our players hit the ball in the back of the net, I’ll be enjoying a refreshing pint – free of charge! No brainer!”