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Where to Watch the Six Nations in London

It’s that time of year again where pints are flowing and the chants keep on coming. International rugby season kicks off this weekend with the RBS Six Nations. The tournament will see England, France, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Italy go head-to-head for the title of best European rugby team. There’s only one place to be watching the Six Nations, the pub. Here are the best boozers showing the rugby this year…


The Cabbage Patch

Only a stones throw from Twickenham Stadium, The Cabbage Patch is THE local catch the rugby in. It’s filled with rugby memorabilia, a huge covered outdoor area, six separate bars and loads of delicious locally sourced food on the menu. Not to mentionΒ 15 HD screens dotted about.

Twickenham | more info here


The Crown and Shuttle

From Feb 4th, the Six Nations celebrations return to The Crown and Shuttle with all three bars serving the best local craft beers, bookable tables with six huge screens both inside and out and the food truck serving much-needed soakage.

Shoreditch | more info here



Nestled right next to Clapham South tube station, Gigalum will be showing the rugby on their six huge HD screens and tables can be booked totally free of charge. They’ve also got a huge range of burgers to chow down on and drinks deals galore.

Clapham South | more info here

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The Orange Tree

Watch the Six Nations on The Orange Tree’s two drop down screens complete with surround sound at each end of the pub, the HD screen in the restaurant or their unique private area. Their patio bar will also be open and serving up delicious BBQ food to eat whilst the games play on their massive 65 inch outdoor screens.

Richmond | more info here


The London Beer Factory

Where better to watch the rugby than in a brewery? The London Beer Factory have got craft beers straight from the source, mouth watering meatball sandwiches from The Belpassi Bros, huge projector screens and you can even go on a brewery tour.

West Norwood | more info here


Draft House

Head to one of the many Draft House locations in the city and sip on one of their many strange and wonderful brews of craft beer, served alongside some proper hearty food the games will be shown on one of their ‘frankly terrifying MONSTER SCREENS’.

Various locations | more info here


Pub on The Park

Located on the edge of London Fields with some of the best views of the park, Pub on The Park boasts a massive outdoor area with screens showing the rugby, complete with covers and heaters for chillier days and serves some delicious food, making it one of East London’s favourite spots.

London Fields | more info here

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