Waxy O'Connors is a fun bar for watching rugby in Glasgow. A lively pub in Merchant City on match days, Waxy's offers rugby fans mighty banter, great food and beautiful surrounds. Best visited when Ireland play Scotland, if you really want to get into the thick of it.
Rugby Pubs in Glasgow
Looking for a pub in Glasgow to watch the rugby? We've got a line out (geddit?) of some of the best sports bars in Glasgow. Big screens, great pub grub, flowing beer and a jostling atmosphere, the perfect places to catch every scrum, every try, and every conversion. Whether you're a West End sports fan or in Glasgow City Centre hoping to catch a match nearby, whether you're hoping to book a booth and watch the Six Nations in comfort or hoping to catch the Lions tour in a lively pub, we've got a great selection of try-hard (sorry!) rugby pubs in Glasgow.
Record Faktory is a fun West End bar for watching rugby in Glasgow. With lots of screens scattered throughout the bar, you won't miss any action, while this lively Byres Road bar will provide plenty of company. Great bar food and cheap drinks, are as always welcome. And should you want to book a private space to watch the game with your buds, the folks at Record Faktory can sort that out too. Score.
Curler's Rest dubs itself as the official home of Six Nations in Glasgow, so if you're looking for a rugby pub in the West End, this is the place. Big screens, comfy couches, an incredible selection of ales and wines and some of the best pub grub in Glasgow, this West End bar is Team Scotland HQ for rugby in Glasgow.
Munro's is a cracking craft beer bar and rugby pub in Glasgow. This place loves its sport so with delicious rustic bites, and ever-changing selection of brews, and some of the funnest crowds in Glasgow, it's a chilled out place to watch rugby in Glasgow.
If you're looking for the best bar to watch rugby in Glasgow, why not check out a bar that will keep you occupied between games as well. The Golf Lounge is a City Centre sports bar that offers comfy seats and lively vibes for watching rugby, but also offers punters the chance to play over 50 courses in virtual golf. Looks like the match won't be the only thing you and your mates will be wagering on.
The Ark boasts possibly the biggest big screen in Glasgow, so if you're hard of sight, or simply want to catch the Scots in all their glory, then this is the rugby pub for you. With great food offers, fun vibes and an awesome beer garden for between games, The Ark is a go-to destination for watching rugby in Glasgow.