Where To Watch The Six Nations In Cardiff

For five weekends every year, the capital comes down with a serious case of rugby fever. On every street and around each corner, you'll find packed-out venues that are teeming with fans eager to get a slice of the action. Whether you're on the hunt for huge HD TVs or massive projector screens, here's where to watch the Six Nations games in Cardiff.

Last updated on 26th January 2023




Brewhouse

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Catch this year's Six Nations tournament at Brewhouse, a lively city centre pub showing all the fixtures. It has several large screens on the walls, making sure you have a good vantage point no matter where you're sat, as well as great food and drinks.

The Woodville, Cardiff

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The Woodville has to be one of the best pubs to watch the rugby in Cardiff. This traditional boozer, which flaunts colourful walls, neon lights and more screens than you can shake a stick at, is a fabulous location for your Six Nations shenanigans.

Walkabout Cardiff

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Walkabout Cardiff is undoubtedly one of the best places to watch rugby in Cardiff, featuring numerous screens all around the venue providing you with a prime view of the matches at all times. Even better, there's a fantastic range of food and drinks to get stuck into.

Grosvenor Casino Cardiff is setting you up nicely to watch the Six Nations matches, thanks to its stylish sports lounge that boasts HD screens. And of course you won't be going hungry, as there's comfort food and ice cold beers up for grabs, as well as a range of cracking cocktails.

Gassy's, Cardiff

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Looking for the best place to watch Six Nations in Cardiff? Gassy's is coming out on top with its game day offering, boasting numerous HD screens showing every kick, tackle and try. Mosey over to enjoy all the tense on-pitch action while sipping bargain bevs and chomping on tasty grub.

The Old Arcade

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Found right in the heart of the city and offering a wicked game day atmosphere, The Old Arcade is undoubtedly one of the best places around to watch the championships. Filled with vintage rugby memorabilia and huge TV screens, it's popular with locals and visitors alike.