When Ireland play Scotland in the Six Nations, Waxy O'Connors is the place to be. A fun sports bar in Merchant City, Waxy's is a banter-ful place to watch the match and with screens scattered throughout, you'll never miss a scrum. Hearty Scottish and Irish fare keeps punters well-fed and flowing Guinness as well as other ales and beers, makes for ample refreshment. This place is an unofficial home for the Six Nations in Glasgow.
Where to Watch Six Nations Rugby in Glasgow
Six Nations season, one of our favourite times of the year. Five rugby matches per nation, all cramped into a great few weeks of live sport. Heck, we wish it was ten nations, or 20! So if you're wondering where to watch the Six Nations in Glasgow, fret not as this rugby-mad city has some cracking rugby pubs for watching the games. So whether you're cheering for the home side, or perhaps screaming for Ireland or Wales, whether you're after a loud pub with a big screen, or perhaps a more chilled out bar, check out our line up of the best best bars in Glasgow for watching the Six Nations.
An ideal bar for watching the Six Nations in the City Centre, The Golf Lounge is a sports bar with a twist. As well as offering a full bar, great snacks and live sport, this bar also offers virtual golf. So between tries you can test out your own athleticism with a round off golf - minus the walking of course, and without having to wait 'til you're back in the clubhouse for a pint. A fun, central spot to catch some Six Nations rugby in Glasgow.
Record Faktory is a cracking spot to watch the Six Nations in Glasgow. The West End bar goes all out on match days, whether you want a private space to watch the match with your pals, or get in on the action with booths a beer deals. A lively bar with great food and a serious sports addiction, this is one fun spot to watch the rugby.
Committee Room No.9 goes all out on big match days welcoming punters with great deals on food and drink. Add to that some stylish surrounds, a friendly crowd and a bustling Merchant City atmosphere, making this a hotspot for watching the Six Nations in Glasgow.
Gorgeous venue Oran Mor screens all the action of the Six Nations in the bar area, with all the games being televised. Stop by for a rowdy atmosphere and a spot with a difference.
The Ark is another sports-mad pub and a cracking spot to watch the Six Nations in Glasgow. With one of the biggest big screens in the city, you'll never miss a try, add in some cracking drinks deals and great food offers, and you have yourself a smashing spot to cheer on the Scots in Glasgow.
A bar with a serious soft spot for the Scottish national team, Dram is a heated pub to cheer on the home side during the Six Nations. If you're after an impassioned crowd - and some great food deals too - this is the place to watch the rugby in the West End.
Craft beer fans, this is your home for watching the Six Nations in Glasgow. Munro's will make sure you catch every minute of the match, in their rustic, stylish pub. Serving up gourmet burgers, artisan pizzas and craft brews, if you're looking for a step up from your average boozer to watch the players take eachother down, this is the spot to do it.
If you're out in Glasgow's Southside and looking for your rugby fix, stat, nip to Clockwork Brewing Company for home brewed beers, awesome eats, a smashing atmosphere, and of course, all the action live on the big screen. South Glasgow's go to for watching the Six Nations.
The Walkabout is a great place to watch the Six Nations in Glasgow, especially if you're looking for neutral territory to enjoy the came with your Welsh or English pals. An Aussie bar in Glasgow City Centre, the crowd here is laid back, but know how to have a good time. If you're looking for a rugby bar in Glasgow that doesn't take itself, or the Six Nations too seriously, The Walkabout is one to check out.
Curler's Rest is a West End pub that calls itself the home of all things Six Nations in Glasgow. With a nifty Byre's Road location it's in the centre of all the action on match days. Here's hoping Scotland games fall on Sundays this year because the Sunday roasts here are legendary, failing that though, this pub has enough grub to feed, well, a rugby team. Add in a outstanding selection of craft beers and real ales and you have yourself one cracking base for watching the Six Nations in Glasgow.
Along with a great selection of beer and hearty BBQ plates, The Crafty Pig is also rather keen on their live sports. Catch all the action on either the screens in their private booths or on one of the larger TVs that decorate the bar.