Self-confessed and acclaimed Bristol sports bar, Racks has a spread of 12 different screens across their venue so no matter whether your bar side or sitting down for a meal, you'll catch all of the live action. They know how to please a punter at Racks - for the England games, a ticket includes a bacon roll and coffee and tea - perfect for those early mornings.
Where to Watch the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Bristol
Quite possibly one of the most epic sporting events of the year will descend upon the UK with 20 different countries coming together in the name of the Rugby World Cup 2019. If you're looking for somewhere to catch all of the live action, check out our list of big screens showing the Word Cup in Bristol. You'll never miss a try if we can help it.
The Horts is a staple pub on the Bristol boozing scene as well as the sporting one. When the Rugby World Cup kick off comes about, you'll want to be as close to the action as you can get - luckily this spot has large screens, meaning you won't miss a single try.
Beer is brewed just around the corner at this cool, industrial-style spot. The Prince Street Social keeps things chilled at their city hangout, meaning you can enjoy watching the world cup with a plate from their breakfast menu (hello, bacon waffles), and sipping on your first pint of the day.
From the massive outdoor area to the onsite brewery, King St Brewhouse is a fun hangout whatever the occasion. But this time, it's all about the Rugby World Cup, and with screens spread across walls, the venue will be showing every tackle and knock-on from Japan.
Found in the heart of Bristol's Old Town, Old Fish Market is everything you would expect from a traditional pub, from the wooden floorboards to the great selection of real ales. Stop by for their Rugby World Cup screenings, which are great when accompanied by a plate of traditional pub grub.
Charming and with country pub vibes, The Albion is a cute Clifton pub that screens major matches. Set in a Grade-II listed building that dates back to the 17th century, the pub is a treasure trove of cosy corners and drinks from St Austell brewery - perfect for some post-match pints.