Rugby Pubs in London

There's nothing quite like grabbing a few brews as a game of rugby commences on the screen, but where can you hope to find the action in the city? Whether you’re after a relaxed hangout to catch the action or seeking out a lively match day experience, our list of the best rugby pubs in London has something for you.

We've also put together a handy guide to the best pubs showing the Six Nations in London.

Last updated on 20th February 2023

Crown Twickenham

Located on Richmond Road, the Crown Twickenham is a top-notch rugby boozer. Head inside this cosy drinking den to catch every try, tackle and scrum on the HD screens, all before chowing down on some mouthwatering plates. Think roast dinners and burgers. Yum.

The Bridge Greenford

After a boozer that screens all the rugby? The Bridge Greenford has got you sorted. Located on Western Avenue, just a stone's throw from Wembley Stadium, this sports-fuelled venue will be showing all the fixtures, alongside whipping up tasty eats. Think roasts and sandwiches.


When in need of a rugby pub in Central London, Redwood is coming in hot with its location right by London Bridge station. Not only that, but there's the best audio-visual equipment around and plenty of craft pints poured fresh from beaut copper tanks.

O'Neill's - Pubs In London

Don't miss a single second of the most important rugby matches by heading over to one of O'Neill's London pubs. These venues come armed with multiple HD screens, an enticing menu of top-notch grub and killer drinks options, as well as an always-electric atmosphere.

The Charles Holden

Hands down one of the best rugby pubs in London, The Charles Holden is a superb spot for watching Six Nations. Enjoy the big game while chowing down on sumptuous eats and tipping back refreshing pints. Plus, you can get some air in its bustling beer garden.

The Three Compasses

Found just shy of Dalston at the end of Ridley Road, The Three Compasses know what's up when it comes to watching the rugby in London. Pulling out their big screen and pints aplenty, this family friendly and fun pub promises the very best of the action. 

The Wheatsheaf

When it comes to watching live sport in London, you can't beat a pub that not only has a great selection of drinks, but also food. Head south of the river and you'll find exactly that, as The Wheatsheaf brings you succulent British dishes, craft beers and several screens to catch every minute of the action.

The Cherry Tree

If you're wondering where to watch the rugby in South London, then the five screens inside and outside at The Cherry Tree ought to fit the bill. Slosh back cask ales while cheering on your team or tucking into a succulent roast.

The Earlsfield

Looking for somewhere to watch the rugby in London? Take your live sport viewing up a notch when you head over to The Earlsfield on Garratt Lane. You can settle down into plush leather seating in swanky industrial surrounds, with plenty of booze and pub grub to be enjoyed while you're at it.

White Horse Beckenham

Thanks to Sky Sports and plenty of screens across the venue, White Horse Beckenham is a top choice out of London rugby pubs. Aside from the live screening offering, there's classic pints, dripping burgers, affordable lunches and bottomless pizza brunches to keep you refreshed.

The Heathcote and Star

The Heathcote and Star is a gorgeous rugby pub in East London, which is offering up pool or ping pong tables, alongside live DJs, to keep you entertained well after the game is over. For refreshments, kitchen residents Root, Hoof & Claw serve classic grub, while the bar has all your favourite drinks.

Sporting Page

Boasting Sky Sports, a buzzing atmosphere and an extensive selection of tasty tipples, Sporting Page really is one of the best pubs in Chelsea showing the rugby. And, if your stomach starts to rumble while you're there, you can chomp on a load of droolworthy seafood bites.

Cabbage Patch

A favourite among fans in West London, Cabbage Patch is one of the most famous rugby pubs around. Whether you're stopping by for a pre-match pint before heading to Twickenham Stadium or staying to soak up the atmosphere, you can't go wrong here.