Best Six Nations Pubs and Sports Bars

What better thing to be doing this February and March then settling down in a great rugby pub and soaking up this year's Six Nations? It's the shining beacon of joy at the end of a pretty gloomy time of year. Below you'll find a list of all the best bars to watch the rugby in London. For the best bars outside of the capital you can see a full list here.

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Can Eddie Jones add to his Six Nations haul? Will Wales be able to build on their stupeendous 2019 Grand Slam showing? Can Ireland force a response with Andy Farrell at the helm? Meanwhile, Scotland are in the hunt for their first Championship since the turn of the millenium. These are the questions on all of our minds. Whatever happens, it's certain to be a cracking festival of rugby.

The Regent

The Regent

Two giant projectors and a lovely cosy feel is couple with a seriously lively atmosphere.
Hemingford Arms

Hemingford Arms

A lovely old school pub that is packed with charm. The higgledy-piggledy vibe and solid oak bar scream 'tradition' and isn't that what rugby is all about?
Windmill

Windmill

Lively pub with theatrical decor & clientele, serving classic English food, cask ale & craft beer.
Belushis and The Dugout

Belushis and The Dugout

With more screens than you can count and plenty of secluded nooks and crannies to base your crew, sports bars don't get much better than this.
Alexandra

Alexandra

Whatever your sport of choice, be it football, rugby or even hurling, we dedicate two projector screens and five large HD screens to sport. It’s the next best thing to being at the game itself.
Durell Arms

Durell Arms

Spacious pub with wooden floors, vintage booths and skylit 'great hall' for quizzes and live music.
Merchant

Merchant

Family-friendly pub with table football and 3 big screen projectors for watching live sports events.
Philomena's Irish Sports Bar & Kitchen

Philomena's Irish Sports Bar & Kitchen

Irish pub. Rugby. 6 Nations. Just those three things almost guarantee it's going to be a cracking place to watch all the big games of this year's tournament. On top of the number of screens, there's free WiFi to ensure you'll never miss the opportunity to update the WhatsApp group on your tactical thoughts, and a decent food offering to keep you going all day.
Cabbage Patch

Cabbage Patch

Neighbourhood pub near international rugby stadium with rugby-themed decor and large beer garden.
Greenwood

Greenwood

London's newest and chicest sports bar on the block. With plenty of brand-new crystal-clear HD T.V's every seat is the best seat in the house.
Depot

Depot

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

Stack

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 Women’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

The Pear Tree is one of Edinburgh’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

Flat Iron Square

Watch every scintillating moment of the Guinness Six Nations at the best sports venue in South London.