While it might be better known for its late-night shenanigans, Tiger Tiger Cardiff is also passionate about the rugby. Having screened the last world cup, along with Six Nations matches, this city centre spot is a pretty good bet when it comes to catching the boys over in Japan.
Where to Watch the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Cardiff
While we might not be able to afford the plane ticket over to Japan, that doesn't mean we can't enjoy all the action of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Waving the Welsh flag this tournament, these bars and pubs are bringing you every try and tackle from the tournament. Bread of heaven, bread of heaven...
Looking for bars close to the Millennium Stadium? 10 Feet Tall is the perfect shout; friendly, passionate about the sport and located within striking distance of a Halfpenny kick for touch. They offer a modified menu for Wales home games and special drinks deals for the occasion. Hands down one of the best places with big screens showing the World Cup in Cardiff.
Sure, there's a lot of early starts with the 2019 World Cup being hosted in Japan, that's no matter for Coyote Ugly. The party bar is opening up for each of the Wales games, whether that be a Sunday from 8am or a Friday at 7pm. If you're seeing a later game, get ready to stick around and enjoy their party atmosphere once you're done wathcing.
Hearty dishes and great beer have made Brewhouse & Kitchen Cardiff its name. Not far from the Glamorgan Cricket (Swalec Stadium) and Sport Wales National Centre, the space is dotted with screens, so that you won't miss a single tackle or try.
Another bustling game-day venue comes in the form of Yard Bar & Kitchen, another joint situated within a stone's throw of the stadium. Always a roaring success when the rugby hits the screens, come for the traditional ales and continental lagers, enjoy the match in a lively atmosphere then stick around for DJs and dancing win, lose or draw.
You can always depend on Spoons... The Gatekeeper is an oldie but a goodie with TV screens, affordable lager, and whopping plates to get you in the mood for some 2019 Rugby World Cup action in Cardiff.
From their live music nights through to the Welsh dishes, Brewhouse is never one to miss out on the fun. And that includes the 2019 Rugby World Cup - catch the action from one of the big screens at this raucous hangout.
A homage to all things rugby, The Old Arcade is stuffed with game memorabilia. The Church Street venue also screens the matches; nab a spot and fill up on classic pub grub including the likes of 'The Beast' burger and stuffed jacket potatoes.