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Six Nations & Super Bowl – Where to watch this weekend

Hey there sports fan, don’t think we’ve forgotten about you. This weekend is big for sports, The Six Nations begins on Saturday and The Super Bowl airs on Sunday. Choosing somewhere to watch both games can be tough, but that’s why we’re here. Check out the best pubs to watch the games this weekend.

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Six Nations

The Cabbage Patch | Twickenham

Where better to watch the rugby than in the heart of Twickenham? This iconic rugby pub is filled with memorabilia, has 6 separate bars and a massive covered outdoor area. Not to mention the fifteen HD screens dotted about. One for you die hard rugby fans.

Jetlag Sports Bar | Fitzrovia

Right in the centre of London, Jetlag is complete with different rooms showing different sports, huge screens and seriously comfy chairs. It’s menu is inspired by international street food, so there’s a little something for everyone.

The Alma | Wandsworth

One of the landmark Young’s pubs in London, you won’t miss a thing on their giant pull-down screens whilst sipping on the huge range of beers they’ve got on tap. You’ll also find some pretty decent traditional grub too. Win, win.

The Prince Albert | Peckham

This cosy local has got a great atmosphere, traditional food and great pale ales. It’s just been refurbished too so you’re in for a treat.

The Faltering Fallback | Finsbury Park

Claiming to be the “hidden gem of Finsbury Park”, the Faltering Fallback is a charming and well loved Irish pub where you can watch the game on the big screens. They also serve traditional Thai food. Nice.

Draft House | North/South/East/West

You can find these dotted about London, and they mean business when it comes to serving beer. They’ll be showing all of the rugby, as well as the Super Bowl and hosting their own beer tasting masterclasses. Triple threat.

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The Super Bowl

Rileys | Haymarket 

With a 600 capacity, over 32 HD screens and a few giant projectors, the atmosphere will definitely be electric. Tickets are selling out fast so make sure you prebook!

Roadhouse | Covent Garden

Being hailed one of the rowdiest American bars in London, prepare yourself for cheerleaders, beer buckets and seriously big burgers. Tickets from £15.

The Social | Little Portland Street

After selling out their Super Bowl night for the past 6 years, The Social are back, bigger and better than ever with all ticket sales going to charity. They don’t do gimmicks, cheerleaders, no funny business. Just good football (and beers).

The Lexington | Pentonville Road

They’re going to have the kitchen open all night serving hot dogs till the early hours, as well as a huge selection of American beers and over 50 bourbons. Not to mention 2 floors showing 2 channels, cheerleaders and the best bit? Free entry!

Clapham Grand | Clapham

In association with UK Sports Club, you won’t just be watching the Super Bowl on a 24 ft HD screen, but there’s going to be plenty of extra entertainment and giveaways. Ideal if you’re south of the river.

Joe’s Southern Kitchen | Covent Garden

At Joe’s this Sunday you’ll find hearty southern food being served until the early hours of the morning, as well as the game being shown across several huge screens. You even get a beer included with your ticket.




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