Rugby Pubs in London
Hailed as the gentleman's sport, 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 hoping to stumble across 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 26th January 2017
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.
Not one to shy away from sports, The Duke of Clarence is one of the best places to watch the rugby in London. Join them for some of the finest matches set alongside a roster of craft beers, draught pints and humble British gastro grub to boot.
The Orange Tree may be cutesy, it may be cosy and it may be overtly botanical, but that doesn't stop it from being one of the best pubs with watch rugby in London. Head on down for top sports coverage alongside neat pints and rustic meals.
The Nordic in Central London is no stranger to screening live sports events. Covered in fluorescent paint and with a bar stocked full of all your favourite beers, fines and spirits, the team will be showing every game of this year's 6 Nations tournament on their huge plasma screens throughout February and March.
C&B Paternoster Square take the Six Nations seriously, so seriously that they're screening the entire tournament on a series of screens and projectors. If you want to take things up a level, hire out their private room for an extra intimate experience.
Lots of people know Nordic as a thriving hub of activity around the corner from Oxford Street, but it’s also one of the best places to catch live sport in central London, too. Join them on matchday and you’ll find most of the big fixtures being screened, with Scandinavian beers and Swedish meatballs served up on the side. There’s even a cheeky shot wheel to spin if your team has a victory to celebrate...
Setting you up with a cosy retreat for watching the rugby in London, The Queen Adelaide is a Putney favourite for kicking back with some craft beer and watching the game unfold. Decked out with contemporary leanings as well as a secret garden, you can tuck into all manner of lovely pub grub here whilst getting your fix of rugby.
Based on the historic Kentish Town Road, the Camden Eye is a traditional pub full of charm and vibrant character. Serving some of the finest products of London's many riverside breweries, the bar is home to a number of daring concoctions and intriguing tastes. Despite being mad about American sports, the pub is still partial to some live Rugby and Football matches, showing all the live action from the Premiership and the latest International matches.
It's always a pain when you arrive in the pub for a big game and the place is so packed you can't even get a decent view. Avoid that time-old trouble by booking your very own stable room at the Proud Camden and enjoy the game in peace, the best bit? No hire fee or minimum spend! Book now.
The Grove is a fantastic rugby pub in London, perfectly situated between Clapham South and Balham tube stations, this place is a SW favourite for classic pubbing ventures. Serving up a menu of traditional British nosh, you can lap up some warming grub whilst enjoying all of the sporting action on their TV screens.
While Wimbledon may be notable for just that, Wimbledon, there's one pub down South that promises a mix of all sport screenings. Head on down to the sports bar at Alexandra as they promise a top roster of rugby matches throughout the year.
Catch all the action of the Six Nations at The Hollywood Arms in Chelsea as they show the matches on their big screens. To get you in the mood for the game, they will throw in your first pint of Guinness for free.