The tournament, which was postponed last year, kicks off on Friday, June 11, when Turkey play Italy in Rome.
Twenty-four teams will compete over 21 days in fiercely contested fixtures for the big prize.
With demand for tables expected to be high, and Covid safety measures still in place, landlords are urging people to book in advance.
The tournament should be a welcome shot in the arm for the hospitality industry which has a lot of ground to cover to make up for the financial loss incurred during lockdown.
Here are some of the pubs in Chesterfield where you can see the matches.