This page is your one-stop-shop for the very best rugby pubs the UK has to offer. With so much going on from Six Nations to European Champions Cup and Aviva Premiership to the Rugby Championship and coverage spread across a variety of channels, finding a venue that caters to all your rugby needs can be tricky. That's where we come in. Browse the list or search by location to see which great rugby pubs we recommend in your area.
Pubs & Bars
Awesome sports pub in Glasgow that gives you plenty of bang for your buck. A firm favourite with locals.
The Errigle Inn
The home of rugby in Belfast, The Errigle is a hive of activity no matter what's on the box. Whenever there's a big Pro 14, Heineken Cup or Six Nations game on, expect a particularly belting atmosphere.
West End House
This traditional pubs has 150 years worth of history and boy can you feel it when you're there. They have a number of bog screens for the rugger, as well as real ale, cider and some great grub.
A great place to catch the game, Costigan's stands out for its exceptional selection of Irish whiskeys and gins. 5 screens to catch the action on mean you'll never be stuck for a view of the match no matter how packed the pub gets.
The Orange Tree Inn
Fantastic, traditional pub in Altrincham to watch the rugby at. Loads of TVs, a pool table and a dartboard to combat that half-time boredom. Loads of beers available and a cracking atmosphere too.
Traditional pub in the suburbs of Northampton, with a wide range of drinks on offer. The locals in the area are massive rugby fans, so there's always a cracking atmosphere at the Melbourne Arms when the big games are on. There's a fantastic beer garden out the back, too, for the sunny days.
Right by Waverly station, this place is a godsend for people desperate to catch a bit of the action before they hop on a train.
Located in the heart of Manchester, Seven Oaks has got you sorted if you're looking to watch the rugby. A projector screen, 4K screen and the ability to show a bunch of games at once means you can watch every scrum, ruck and tackle.
The Directors Box
Looking for amazing food, a range of drinks (including craft beers) and loads of screens to watch the rugby on? Get down to The Directors Box. They've got all of the above, including a fantastic atmosphere, especially for the big games.
Located slap bang in the heart of Manchester city centre, this amazing old building rumoured to date back to 1770s is a firm favourite. Wood panelled on the inside, they boast 6 screens over two floors and it's always packed for big international clashes.
What self respecting Irish bar wouldn't be heaving when there's rugby on the box? O'Neill's is predictably a hoot whenever there are big international games taking place. Great value grub and drink complete the package.
Fancy a glorious Sunday roast to plough through whilst you watch the rugby? There are few places better than the Six Bells. Excellent value food and drink make this a real favourite with sports fans and families.
A firm favourite with sports fans in Birmingham. Expect excellent service, great value for money, dozens of screens and a belting atmosphere during the Six Nations.
THE place to go for rugby in Cambridge. The Alma guarantee to show every Aviva Premiership, European and international game live on their big screens and plenty of the action from the Pro 14 and Super Rugby whenever they can. Always packs a belting atmosphere for international games.
The Old Market Tavern
Great value watering hole located in the shadow of the Millenium Stadium. Boasting a cracking drop down projector to watch games on, The Old Market Tavern is an absolute hive of activity when rugby's on the box.
Located down in Cardiff's dockland Eli Jenkins draws big crowds whenever Wales are playing any sport, especially rugby. Heaps of screens and a huge patio area make this a popular haunt at any time of the year.
A major player in Glasgow's sports bar scene, O'Niell's is one of those glorious places that'll feed and water you from dawn till dusk. There are few better places to catch international rugby on a big screen in Scotland.
No matter what you're after the Original Oak has it - sports, live comedy and great student offers. The finest sports pub on the Otley Road, the Oak's always packed for big rugby games. And whilst you might not want watch the Six Nations outside, the Oak's massive outdoor screen marks the beer garden out as the very best in Leeds come summer.
The Old Hat
Cosy pub that specialises in two things - exceptional roast dinners and Irish sports. Expect a cracking atmopshere whenever the's GAA or rugby playing on their multiple TVs.
Nestled away in Soho, O'Neill's Carnaby Street packs all the service, value and atmosphere you'd expect. Committed to showing all the biggest games from the Aviva Premiership, Pro 14, European cups and all international games, there are few better rugby venues in London.
Duke of Wellington
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle's city centre's finest real ale pub, the Duke is a cracking place to find yourself whenever England or the Falcons are on the box.
The Thomond Bar
This rugby-mad venue is a the spiritual home of Munster fans in Cork. Expect a cracking atmosphere no matter whether it's Pro 14, Six Nations or Lions showing on TV.
Exceptional gastropub in Wandsworth that rightly has a reputation as one of the best rugby spots around. Almost always open for those big southern hemisphere kickoffs, expect a cracking atmosphere on any major gameday.
Ideal spot for those of you city-slickers looking to catch the game without having to leave the square mile.
One of the capitalâ€™s hottest new sports bars. Donâ€™t bother risking rush hour delays and missing kick-off. Plot up in here and enjoy some epic drama that only rugby provides.
Long Arm Pub and Brewery
If you're looking for the perfect place to catch the game in the city after work, look no further. Two whopping great projector screens mean you can't fail to catch a great view of the action. On tap is a great selection of beers brewed in the very same building and tasty food platters fly out of the kitchen. What more do you want from a sports bar?
London's newest and slickest sports bars literally a pop pass away from the platform at London Bridge railway station. Travelling on the railways shouldn't rule you out of watching the action. With more T.V's than you can count and an atmosphere you'll remember for a while to come..
This is a 1200 person capacity venue in the centre of Cardiff creating the next best atmosphere outside the stadium. There are 2 huge screens ensuring that everyone gets a top view. There is also the opportunity to book tickets to Best Seat in the House to ensure the best match experience.
Stack, partnered with GUINNESS, is located in the heart of the Newcastle. This unique space offers up the perfect place to watch the GUINNESS Six Nations and Womenâ€™s Six Nations on a large screen surrounded by tonnes food vendors and a number of bars to keep you entertained.
The Pear Tree
The Pear Tree is one of Edinburghâ€™s largest outdoor pubs gardens right in the hub of the city. All GUINNESS Six Nations matches will be shown on the huge screen for all to enjoy. Plus a GUINNESS Stoutie machine will be on offer to keep consumers entertained
Flat Iron Square
Watch every scintillating moment of the Guinness Six Nations at the best sports venue in South London.