Dial Arch No 1 Street Royal Arsenal, Woolwich London SE18 6GH
020 3130 0700
Great pub in the heart of the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich
South East London, Woolwich. This stunning warehouse conversion in Woolwich might just be the surprise package of this year's Six Nations - see them as a sort of Joe Launchbury figure. Being without Sky Sports, the pub doesn't have a big sports following which, for many of you, will make it all the more pleasant! Expect fantastic food and a plentiful selection of beers behind the bar.
The only place in Richmond worth drinking at when there's sport on! Two giant HD screens, ESPN & Sky
South West London, Richmond. Surely one of the best rugby pubs in the world... Last time we went in, the place was packed out for a Harlequins v Gloucester Premiership game so just imagine how electric the place will be for England games during this years tournament! Perfect for fans on their way to Twickenham as well as those wanting to catch the action live on their two giant HD screens! Party on after the games with live music from 8pm.
Bar Sport 26 - 27 Bartholomew Street Newbury Berkshire RG14 5LL
Merchant 23-25 Battersea Rise Clapham Junction London SW11 1HG
0207 228 4187
An energetic and vibrant pub shows SKY sports, ESPN plus other live events on three big screen proje
South West London, Battersea. With three big screen projectors (12ft, 8ft and 5ft) and a 50inch plasma the viewing experience in the Merchant is second only to watching the game live (and even then you don't get as good a view as in the pub!). With table service for drinks as well, you'll be left to get on with the two things you love most: watching matches and drinking pints!
Fantastic Young's pub with two sky boxes that serves fantastic home cooked food.
Central London, Goodge Street. A newbie to MatchPint - whey! Shopping with your missus in town with five minutes till kick off? Stop. Think. Get to the One Tun. There's a great mix of locals, travelers and suits (though given it's the weekend, probably fewer suits), drinking great beer, eating good food and often found playing darts at half time. Our pick for the best spot in central London.
South West London, Putney. The Larrik lives and breathes rugby with a great atmosphere for every game. As proud sponsors of their local rugby team, they really care, and always do their best to ensure that: if you can't be at the game, you wont mind one bit. For this Six Nations, that means the chance to win a gallon of beer if you book in advance (yep, a gallon - the sort of measures that cars deal in). Though there's room for more than 400 people to see the rugby (they have two massive projectors, 3d tv, 3 big lcds and outside tv) people are encouraged to book ahead by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by giving them a call.
The Morgan Arms is swanky East London pub with fabulous food, fine wine and real ales.
East London, Bow. Given the Mitchell brothers were never big rugger fans, Rugby's never really kicked of in the East End but look hard enough, and you'll find this gem of a pub showing all the six nations games. There's no Sky Sports so you're unlikely to find any sports louts in the patron list ensuring that you get a great Gastro experience with excellent tipples east of Liverpool Street!