Where to Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Cardiff

For five weekends every year, the Welsh capital comes down with a serious case of rugby fever. Down every street and around each corner you'll find packed-out venues, teeming with fans eager to get a slice of the action. Whether you're on the hunt for a sprawling fan zone, huge HD screen or incredible drinks packages, these sports bars and traditional pubs are coming out tops. So, don your dragon-adorned attire and check out our guide on where to watch the Six Nations in Cardiff here.

Last updated on 6th September 2021




Brewhouse

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Catch this year's Six Nations tournament at this lively 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.

Tiger Tiger Cardiff

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It might be better known for its clubbing ways but Tiger Tiger Cardiff is also making sure you don't miss any rugby action, with four projector screens and 30 plasma TVs placed throughout the venue. And once you're done cheering? You'll be able to head to the dance floor 'til late.

If you're not watching the Six Nations with a beverage of some kind in hand, you're doing it wrong. While your favourite bars and pubs may still be closed, you can still enjoy craft beer, exotic wine and pre-mixed cocktails at home with these UK-wide drink deliveries. 

Revolution Cardiff

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Show your support for Wales at Revolution as they put the matches on their screens. The modern bar also serves food, with an emphasis on American cuisine; think burgers, pizzas and nachos. And if you're sticking to the sofa? Their menu is also available to order online, perfect for a pre-game feast.

The Goat Major

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If you're unsure on where to watch Six Nations in Cardiff, The Goat Major is a top choice, located a stone's throw from the Principality Stadium. Catch all the commentary on one of the many plasma screens before tucking into a steaming hot pie at half-time. 

Duke of Wellington

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With its top-notch location and great selection of Brains beers, Duke of Wellington is in a great rugby pub in Cardiff city centre. The homely venue also has a huge half-time food menu which includes dishes such as beef burgers topped with Welsh cheddar cheese and 8oz rump steaks.

If you're opting to enjoy the Six Nations at home this year, then perk up your half-time with one of these tasty DIY meal kits. Complete with step-by-step instructions and all the ingredients needed, you'll be able to magic up a feast of pizza, pasta or gourmet burgers.

The Gatekeeper

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If you're not sure where to watch Wales vs England in Cardiff, then head to city centre pub The Gatekeeper. With wall-to-wall TVs screening all the latest sporting action and a menu of stellar food and drink deals, it's a guaranteed winner. 

Hub Box

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Stuck for ideas when it comes to your pre-match fuel? Hub Box have got you covered with their shiny new click and collect service. Check out their menu of stacked burgers and loaded fries online before heading to the Mermaid Quay spot to pick up your feast.

The Old Arcade

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On any list of pubs in Cardiff you'll find The Old Arcade top and centre. Filled with vintage rugby memorabilia and huge TV screens, it's popular with locals and visitors to the city alike, with a warm welcome to all. 

There's no better combination than steaming slices and live sport, and that's why we've created a guide to Cardiff's very best pizza delivery services. Whether you appreciate all things deep-pan or prefer a lighter sourdough base, these places are sure to impress.