Where To Watch Six Nations Rugby In Brighton

No worries if you didn't manage to nab tickets to the real thing, there's always plenty of Brighton pubs screening the Six Nations. One of the biggest fixtures in the rugby calendar, whether you're planning to catch every fixture, or merely rocking up to the final to cheer on your team, a host of Brighton bars are ready and willing to furnish you with some beers and a great atmosphere.

Last updated on 28th October 2019




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If you're looking for a pub in Brighton to watch the Six Nations then look no further than the North Laine Brewhouse. Treated less like a sporting event and more like a national holiday, this craft beer pub offers coverage of all the fixtures across four projector screens. It's also a great opportunity to sample some of the fantastic beers they have on tap.

World's End Kids' VR Package

Dedicated to screening all the best live sporting events on it's projector and plasma screen set up, The World's End also offers plenty of half time entertainment. While you may end up watching the match through gritted teeth as your team get whitewashed, there's always the World's End's famed arcade ready and waiting if you need to let off some steam.

The Lion and Lobster

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Will England be able to defend its title? Find out that and so much more with the Lion and Lobster's coverage of all things Six Nations. With a friendly atmosphere and delicious food and drink, it's always worth pitching up early and grabbing some beers and grub before the main event.

The Black Lion

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Two for £12 Cocktails

The Black Lion will be back with its projector screens to bring you some of the finest rugby coverage in Brighton. Make sure you get the best seats in the house and book your screen-side tables in advance. Home to one of the best atmosphere's in the city, it's a great pub to watch the Six Nations in.

New Unity

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New Unity is the ultimate London Road spot for any sports fanatic. Boasting ten screens, you'll be able to catch every minute of the Six Nations action - with tonnes of ales and craft beers along with a bar snacks menu, meaning you can settle in at this cosy spot for the entire day.

With one of the best pub atmosphere's in town, the Fiddler's Elbow is one of the best places in Brighton to watch the Six Nations. While this may be an Irish pub, you'll be welcomed regardless of allegiances, so grab a pint of Guinness, pull up a chair and get ready to experience the towering highs and crippling lows of the nation's favourite sporting event.