Tucked away in the Jewellery Quarter, The Lord Clifden is a swell spot when it comes to watching the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Along with a large beer garden, the pub boasts several screens and a whopping food menu, think the likes of slow roasted pork belly and cheese-topped burgers.
Where to Watch the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Birmingham
Need help discovering the best places to watch the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Birmingham? Our hand-picked selection of the best bars and pubs showing the rugby would be a great place to start, as the sport’s greatest show head over to Japan. Don't miss a single try, tackle or conversion at these sports pubs. All together now; “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot….”
For a more authentic British experience whilst watching the Rugby, take to Birmingham's historical haunt The Trocadero where country boozing comes as standard with cask ales, craft beer and good hearty pub grub. Take to this cosy punter pad and watch the Rugby World Cup unfold. SWING LOW!
Irish pub O'Neill's is a lively central Birmingham spot that is popular when it comes to game day. Grab a pint of Guinness and tuck into big screens, traditional dishes and a buzzing atmosphere as the World Cup gets under way.
One of Birmingham's oldest pubs is also one of its most dedicated; The Old Crown frequently rolls out the big screens for sports matches. Grab a pew at this laidback little number for the action from Japan, with guaranteed good times once the final whistle has blown.
The sports mad boozer in Digbeth is bringing you all the action live from Japan, including the early morning final in November. Complete with a rooftop terrace and big screen, the bar is great for an atmosphere lively enough to rival that of a stadium, with great lager and hearty pub grub chucked into the mix.
Big on sports love and all things lads love (ladies too), Rileys will most definitely be hosting nights dedicated to scrums, drop kicks, tries and getting good and muddy. Support the boys and tune in for one of the biggest sporting events this year at Rileys where you can count on big screens, beer and one huge atmosphere.
If there's anywhere you can count on for getting your serious sports fix it's got to be Walkabout. Champions of Aussie party spirit and all things beer and booze, Walkabout is the place to be if you want to experience the Rugby World Cup with a little raucous revelry.