Almost as rowdy as the stadiums, you can expect fans from all nations to flock to The Clapham Grand for each and every game. Best of all is the mega screen; almost 24ft in size, you'll have no problem catching every minute of the action in this sprawling space.
Big Screens Showing the Rugby World Cup 2023 in London
Didn't manage to grab a ticket to Twickers? Luckily for you, we've handpicked the best places to catch all the action. Rugby’s biggest prize returns and London’s best sports bars are reeling out their huge screens to offer you a viewing experience fit for a champion. Don't miss a minute with our guide to the best bars, pubs and venues with big screens showing the Rugby World Cup 2023 in London.
Great beer, loaded burgers and plenty of screens; Belushi's is bringing live sports to Greenwich. The party spot will also help you celebrate or commiserate afterwards, with games of beer pong and DJ nights. There's also sister sites in Camden, Shepherd's Bush and Hammersmith.
Open 24 hours a day, Empire Casino in the West End is the home of gaming, from Black Jack through to sports screenings. The lively spot is home to the Carlsberg Sports lounge which features a wall of screens, perfect for catching the action of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Not only does Greenwood boast 19 fabulous screens, but the Victoria favourite is also home to the Sports Lounge which features 7 screens and a state of the art video wall. Pair that with sizzling stone-baked pizzas and ice cold beers and you're onto a winner.
Not far from St Katherine Docks, Moretown Belle has an absolute whopper of a screen, boasting the largest TV Screen in Europe. The space will be showing off their piece over September through to November, by screening the Rugby World Cup - and if you don't catch it on the main screen, there's also 35 UHD 4K screens.
With more screens than your local TV shop, Rileys Sports Bar Haymarket has got all the action, all of the time. And alongside 34 HD screens, the space also has four projector screens, perfect for pretending you actually have front row seats in Japan.
Tank beer and British bites draw the crowds to City of London's Broadleaf, but it's the sporting credentials that keep them. The Tower 42 bar is set up with seven large plasma screens, all of which will be showing every try and touchdown from the tournament.