Where To Watch The Six Nations Rugby In London

Couldn't get a seat at Twickenham? We've got the next best thing right here. As the Northern Hemisphere's big guns prepare to go into battle for one of the most closely contested Six Nations championships in years, we're on call to bring you the best places to watch all of the action in the city. Don your colours, sink some pints and cheer your boys on to victory at one of our recommended pubs and bars for the Six Nations 2022.

Last updated on 26th April 2022

The Rose Fulham

147 user reviews 5

Flocking to Fulham for the sports this Six Nations season? One of the most charming pubs in the area, not only is The Rose coming up trumps with British fare and plenty of craft pints to go round, but it's also showcasing the very best of the rugby action. 


190 user reviews 4

Located in Victoria, Greenwood has billed itself as a sports lovers' paradise. And it's not messing around when it comes to egg-shaped ball action; head upstairs to find seven large modern screens, two shuffleboard tables and a pizza menu.

Ranelagh Bowes Park

95 user reviews 5

If you're on the hunt for somewhere to catch the Six Nations 2022 in London, then look no further than Ranelagh Bowes Park. This North London pub is fronting top-drawer drinks behind the bar and plenty of pub grub to boot, keeping you refreshed throughout your favourite games.

Hope & Anchor

221 user reviews 4

Boasting a whopping 24 TVs and a huge projector screen all showing the games, a trip to the Hope & Anchor for the Six Nations is a bit of a no brainer. Either book yourself a private, heated garden hut or grab a front-row seat indoors and tuck into tasty Burger Shack stacks while you watch.

Located just a short stroll away from Twickenham Stadium, The Cabbage Patch is one of London's most famous rugby pubs. Whether you're heading to see the match live and are looking for a few pints to get you warmed up or just soaking up the atmosphere, this place comes alive at kick-off.

The Naturalist

230 user reviews 5

Just a short walk from Finsbury Park, The Naturalist is a great spot to watch the rugby while soaking in the view from the West Reservoir. Not only do they have plenty of space but they also have a crackin' food and cocktail menu to match.

The Earlsfield

310 user reviews 4

If you're looking for somewhere a bit more swanky to watch the Six Nations in London, then The Earlsfield on Garratt Lane is just the boozer for you. Head over to settle down in plush leather seating, enjoying plenty of stellar pub grub and refreshing pints while you're at it.

Grab your pals and make your way to Aeronaut in Acton for the Six Nations. With a great selection of large screens, both in the pub and garden, this is a great spot to support your team with a pint. Fancy a little privacy? Book one of their cool igloos.

Salisbury Arms

79 user reviews 5

If you prefer watching the Six Nation games from the comfort of a cosy boozer, The Salisbury Arms has got your back. From the warm, welcoming atmosphere to the scrumptious range of sharing platters and roast lunches, you'll be back time and time again.

Walkers of Whitehall

62 user reviews 4

Located in the heart of Westminster, Walkers of Whitehall is primed for those looking for a top-notch meal and some sport in London. Get cosy in their laid-back space and be sure to watch the big game with a burger and a pint. 

Lowlander Grand Cafe

542 user reviews 5

Save on the airfare and instead head to Covent Garden to catch every minute of the Six Nations action at this Belgian-inspired cafe. Home to one of the largest selections of beers by the bottle in London, Lowlander won't let your glass run empty.

The Ship

963 user reviews 4

One of the best places to watch the Six Nations in Wandsworth, The Ship is the expansive riverside pub with lots of space indoors and out for group bookings. Head on over to watch the fixtures while sinking a few fresh pints and chowing down on classic sports-watching grub.

The North Star

12 user reviews 4

The North Star is a cosy boozer in the heart of Ealing that's stocked to the brim with delicious craft beers and ales, as well as a big ol' screen showing the Six Nations throughout February and March. From the buzzing atmosphere to the top-notch drinks, this one's a bit of a winner.

The Angel

16 user reviews 4

A traditional red-brick boozer in Shoreditch, The Angel is cool, cosy and a prime spot for watching the Six Nations. Grab a pint of something tasty, kick back in a comfortable seat and watch in awe as the countries go head-to-head.

Need a top-notch spot to watch the Six Nations? Head on over to The Hive, for a viewing experience like no other. Enjoy watching from their HD screens, loud speakers while celebrating with their fabulous drink options.

The Rising Sun

140 user reviews 4

Big lover of all things rugby related? Head to The Rising Sun, one of the best watering holes to catch all the sports action. It has cracking pints, delicious British scran and HD screens; not to mention a bustling beer garden for much-needed breaks.

The Leyton Star

302 user reviews 5

Beautiful East London pub The Leyton Star has all rugby fans in the area covered, thanks to plenty of opportunities to catch live sporting action on their screens. You can settle down to watch the Six Nations this year, with Cheeky Burger offering up food and plenty of craft beers behind the bar.

Ninth Life

260 user reviews 4

Looking for that perfect spot for the Six Nations? Then be sure to check out Ninth Life in Catford to cheer your team along in their cool space. If you're feeling hungry then tuck into their delicious array of dishes and beer.

The Phoenix

15 user reviews 4

Found just a short walk from Oxford Circus, this quirky bar offers an electric atmosphere when the games are on. Head on down to The Phoenix to watch all the fabulous fixtures live and in HD, all while tucking into great craft beers and tasty eats.

Howl At The Moon

118 user reviews 4

Along with huge burgers, quirky furniture and tonnes of beer, Howl at the Moon has bags of atmosphere. A must-visit spot for any Irish rugby supporter in London, this traditional boozer is adorned with shamrocks and boasts more than enough Guinness to see you through from morning 'til night.

The Loose Box

41 user reviews 4

Make your way to The Loose Box in Westminster to cheer your team on and expect only the best vibes. With an open space, games room and lots of treats to tuck into, you definitely won't be disappointed at this well-loved haunt.

The Lady Ottoline

43 user reviews 5

The Six Nations is fast approaching, so you better get your bookings in quick for this one. Over at The Lady Ottoline in Bloomsbury, you can catch all the tense, on-pitch action from one of the large screens, all the while sipping boozy bevs and tucking into tasty nosh.

Old White Lion

34 user reviews 4

Nestled in the centre of East Finchley, The Old White Lion is a cosy boozer that's brimming with charm. What better place to watch the Six Nations than in this high-spirited pub that boasts a scrumptious menu of pub classics and boozy concoctions?

Grand Junction Arms

39 user reviews 4

Need a spot to catch all the Six Nations antics? Be sure to make your way to Grand Junction Arms in Acton. Not only will they be showing the games in their gorgeous indoor and outdoor space, but they also have a crackin' menu to keep fans satisfied. 

The Charles Holden

15 user reviews 4

Looking to catch all the rugby matches? For your Six Nations viewing pleasure, The Charles Holden is a great place to head to if you're looking for huge HD screens. Watch the big game while tipping back pints and chomping on burgers.

The Wheatsheaf

128 user reviews 4

If you're looking for a pub to watch live sports, head south of the river, where this Tooting watering hole is serving up distinctive craft beers, an impressive British menu and a charming location to relax as you catch every minute of the action.

The Commercial

0 user reviews 4

Looking for a top-notch for the Six Nations? Then look no further than The Commercial located in Herne Hill. This well-loved spot is serving some of the best grub, craft beer and wine along with HD screens to cheer your team on. 

De Hems Dutch Cafe Bar

15 user reviews 4

For something a little different in London, head to De Hems Dutch Cafe Bar for your next watch party. Enjoy all the Six Nations games while tipping back Dutch and Belgian beers. Plus, they offer traditional snacks and mains for when you get hungry in between breaks.