Best Six Nations Pubs and Sports Bars

Every February, rugby fans bristle with excitement with the prospect of five old foes (and Italy) locking horns again in the Six Nations. Now, you could watch the game at home, you could book tickets for Twickenham, you could even find a local Dixon's store and watch it through the window. At MatchPint, we believe that a pint glass contains more beer than a tinnie, that drinking restrictions in stadia make everyone a little bit grumpy, and that Dixon's need to seriously rethink their business model. Therefore, to help you find the perfect pint for that perfect game, we've highlighted the best Six Nations pubs in London. For more pubs, visit our Six Nations page or perhaps consider getting yourself 2 for 1 Guinness to enjoy with the game?

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Sultan

Sultan

#MajorEvents  #BigGamesMatter  #WideDrinkSelection 
Nothing says cracking sports pub than a place the calls themselves a 'classis South London boozer' - and they're not wrong. Great offering at the bar, pool table, darts board, table football and sports screens all over the gaff. The Sultan is everything sports pubs should be and that's exactly why you'll find exactly what you're after for a belting atmosphere for the 6 Nations.
St Margarets

St Margarets

Set in the heart of Twickenham, St Margarets is a must-visit for the 6 Nations. They've stuck a marquee in the garden with a massive projector screen, and there's also loads of other screens around the pub. Unbelievable atmosphere too.
The Northcote

The Northcote

Merchant

Merchant

Alexandra

Alexandra

Durell Arms

Durell Arms

Pembroke

Pembroke

Famous Three Kings

Famous Three Kings

#StadiumLikeAtmosphere  #Football  #MajorEvents 
Cross keys

Cross keys

Greenwood

Greenwood

#CraftBeer  #BigGamesMatter  #SportsBar 
Belushis and The Dugout

Belushis and The Dugout

#Traditional 
Windmill

Windmill

#WideDrinkSelection  #Rugby  #SportsBar 
Philomena's Irish Sports Bar & Kitchen

Philomena's Irish Sports Bar & Kitchen

#WideDrinkSelection  #RelaxedAtmosphere  #SportsBar 
Oxford Arms Camden

Oxford Arms Camden

#StadiumLikeAtmosphere  #ClassicPubFood  #SportsBar 
Melbourne Arms

Melbourne Arms

#BigGamesMatter  #WideDrinkSelection  #Rural 
Northampton is well known for being massive for rugby, and there's no better place to watch the 6 Nations than at the Melbourne Arms. It's a traditional boozer with a fantastic drinks offering at the bar, and locals who really know their stuff. Get down there to see every last tackle, scrum, and last-minute try.
The Orange Tree Inn

The Orange Tree Inn

#CaskAle  #RelaxedAtmosphere  #Football 
There isn't a better way to enjoy the 6 Nations than watching it in a cracking boozer with 7 TVs and a belting atmosphere. The Orange Tree Inn will provide you with exactly that, whilst also solving the problem of boredom in between games - they've got a pool table and dartboard to combat that one. Great drinks offering available at the bar, too.
Seven Oaks

Seven Oaks

#RelaxedAtmosphere  #InternationalSport  #Traditional 
If you're in Manchester looking to watch the 6 Nations, you've got to get down to Seven Oaks. A plethora of screens - including a projector screen and a couple in 4K - means there's no better place to get a top-class viewing experience. They've got their own beer which is specially brewed for them, and a pinball machine, meaning a whole afternoon of fun.
West End House

West End House

#Traditional  #MajorEvents  #Football 
Leeds is at the heart of rugby in the UK, so where better to watch the massive 6 Nations games than a traditional Yorkshire pub that has stood for 150 years? The number of screens across the pub means you'll not miss a moment and the cracking range of real ales and real cider are the perfect complement to some exhilarating ruggers. West End House also serves food, so it's the perfect excuse to spend an extra few hours in there to digest what you've just watched as well as the brilliant grub on offer.