The Fiddler's Elbow is an Irish institution in Brighton, big on Guinness, big on boozing and big on all major sporting events. Cosy in its traditional interior and pushing out hearty pub grub, Fiddler's Elbow is the perfect spot to settle in for a long night and day of rugby watching.
Where to watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 in Brighton
Rugby's greatest showdown is heading to Brighton in 2023, thanks to some of the seaside town's best bars and pubs. While we might not be able to get you a ticket to France, we can promise a great view of every try, tackle and conversion during the 2023 World Cup at these large screens. Chuck in great pub food, pints and a rowdy atmosphere, and no matter which team you're supporting, there's something for you.
Rowdy party bar Font is not only a great place for a night out, it's also a top choice when it comes to watching the World Cup in Brighton. Head to the former 17th Century Chapel to find HD screens showing not just the final tournament, but also the warm-up games taking place throughout August.
In the heart of the Lanes, The Black Lion is a homely pub chock full of good beer and hearty dishes. See all the action from Japan in a cosy setting, with plates such as fish and chips and southern fried chicken providing sustenance.
A country-cosy pub made for chilling out, having some good scran and sitting back with a pint to watch one of the biggest sporting occasions of this year. The Rugby World Cup is coming and The Royal Sovereign have got all of your viewing needs covered. A playground of craft beers, a garden and plenty of punters - what more could you need?
Whether you support Ireland or are just looking for a traditional spot to catch the match, Molly Malone's has got what you're looking for. While it might look like a historical boozer from the outside, the West Street watering hole comes alive on match day; grab a pint of Guinness and get stuck in with the fun.