Where to Watch the 2017 Six Nations Rugby in Cardiff
Each year the RBS Six Nations Championship comes and each year we watch our favourite team battle it out for a chance to be crowned victor. If you don't get tickets to a live match, you will want to try one of these amazing pubs to watch the Six Nations in Cardiff. From creative cocktails to beautiful buildings, our list of venues to watch the Six Nations 2017 has something for everyone, even if you're not supporting the right team...
Last updated on 31st August 2016
Get on your red jersey and head down to 29 Park Place for one of the best places to watch the 2017 Six Nations in Cardiff. The bar allows guests to book spaces as well as offering match day packages which include burgers, beers and guaranteed views of the screen.
Ten Mill Lane is a great bar to watch the Six Nations Rugby. Book one of their booths which can seat up to 10 people for a prime view of the match and get your night started with their huge list of cocktails.
Catch this year's Six Nations tournament at this lively Cardiff city centre pub. Brewhouse has several large screens fixed to the walls, making sure you have a good vantage point no matter where you're sat, as well as great food and drink deals.
A stone's throw from the Principality Stadium, Yard Bar & Kitchen is always buzzing on a Six Nations match day. Come for the buzzing atmosphere and watch Wales battle it out as you enjoy a pint of Brains beer.
Not only is The Gatekeeper an excellent Cardiff pub for watching the Six Nations 2017, it also has loads of cracking drink and dining deals - what more could you want on match day?
With a great selection of real ales, beers and wine as well as a cracking food menu, Pen & Wig remains a top choice to watch the rugby. Join in the Six Nations excitement at this city centre pub by watching on one of their big screens dotted around the venue.
If anywhere in Cardiff is set up for some Six Nations watching then it has got to be Old Arcade. Filled with vintage rugby memorabilia and huge TV screens, there's a brilliant match day atmosphere at this Brain's pub.
Opposite Cardiff Castle and minutes away from the Six Nations action at the Principality Stadium, The Goat Major has a selection of TV screens on which to watch the rugby tournament.
With its city centre location and great selection of Brains' beers, Duke of Wellington is in an ideal location to watch the Six Nations on TV. The Cardiff pub also has a huge food menu which includes dishes such as beef burgers topped with Welsh cheddar cheese and 8oz rump steaks.
With an 8ft screen and match day packages that include burgers and pizzas, Locke & Remedy is a great place to watch the Six Nations tournament in Cardiff. The restaurant is built in a former library and has a brilliant selection of cocktails to help you wash down one of their wood-fired pizzas.