Flocking to Fulham for all the rugby action 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, they're showcasing the very best of the rugby action.
Where to Watch Six Nations Rugby in London
Couldn't get a seat at Twickers? No worries, 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 2020.
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 canny pizza menu.
Looking for a central London pub showing all of the twists and turns of the Six Nations? The Admiralty will house fans from all teams, all enjoying melt-in-the-mouth pies and a cracking pint of ale in a pub styled on the HMS Victory. Promising a big game atmosphere and huge screens with great sound, forget Twickenham; this is where to come for the rugby in central London.
Whatever fixture you catch at The Abbey Tavern, there's bound to be a buzzy atmosphere. We'd also recommend grabbing a bite to eat as the popular Kentish Town boozer's known for its delicious food - highlights including deep-fried croquettes filled with 24 hour cooked beef brisket and gravy-dripped burgers.
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 looking to soak up the atmosphere, this place comes alive at kick-off.
Head to the oh-so trendy Northcote Records to catch every try, kick and pass in a cool and quirky setting. Grab yourself a spot and prepare for a thrilling season of top-class rugby as you sip on the finest beers, with a cracking pizza menu to keep you fuelled.
The Clapham North is a space of urban cool and industrial style bringing a rustic edge to the SW pubbing scene. Frequented by those looking for a chilled boozing session, late night escapade and general good laugh, The Clapham North is a comfortable boozer ideal for setting up camp for your Six Nations sessions.
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 quirky little Bethnal Green joint will be showing the matches throughout the Six Nations Tournament. Head to The Star to sit on one of their comfy sofas or pull up a chair as the action is played on the big screens; throw a few pints of East London's finest craft beers in and you've got yourself a cracking time.
The Folly is a quirky place to watch the Six Nations rugby, with a shabby chic approach to decor, refreshing pints and an elegant menu of hearty British classics to help fuel all the action. Catch every moment at this City haunt and the energy is sure to be palpable.
Located just five minutes from Norbiton Station and within easy reach of Twickenham, The Black Horse is a friendly neighbourhood boozer and restaurant. Six Nations match days at this place consist of live wall-to-wall coverage, as well as discounted drinks and hearty bar snacks.
Located in the heart of Euston and a short hop and skip away from one of TFL's busiest hubs, The Crown & Anchor is a charming British pub, perfect for a lazy Saturday afternoon catching up on the latest Six Nations action. And for those half time hunger pangs? There's a menu of hearty bar snacks, from smoked cheddar croquettes to gourmet sausage rolls and crispy cod goujons.
West Brompton boozer The Lillie Langtry, will be screening every second of the Guinness Six Nations action over the next few months. Reserve a table in the bar area to get amongst the action, or enquire after their private rooms if you're after a more laid-back affair.
The Bat And Ball are one of the most entertaining places in London to watch the Six Nations. Not only are they dishing up tasty pizza and craft beers in a vibrant setting but there's also a host of ping pong and pool tables to enjoy during half time.
Save on the airfare and instead head to Covent Garden to catch every minute of the Six Nations action at the Belgian-inspired cafe, Lowlander. Home to one of the largest selections of beers by the bottle in London, your glass isn't likely to run empty at this place.
Sleek Kings Cross bar Rotunda will be screening all the Six Nations action on their large HD plasma screen. Celebrating the year 2020, fans will be able to get either five pints of Guinness or five bar snacks for just £20 a pop. For those coming as a big group, there's also the option to reserve a private room or table, and have pre-ordered drinks ready for your arrival.
Not only is the Duchess Belle a top choice for wining and dining in Battersea, but the beaut boozer is also on hand for your Six Nations fix. Head to Nine Elms for a multi-screen wall and three sound zones that'll ensure you don't miss a thing.
If you're out west and looking for somewhere that's as cosy as your front room, then check out The Hero of Maida. The royal blue pub will be screening the games in their downstairs room, as well as having a menu of comfort food - there's no chance you're leaving after the final whistle.
One of Mare Street's most beloved pubs, The Old Ship Inn will be showing you every scrap and scrum of the Six Nations this year. Head over for a chance to catch all of the action complete with delicious plates of rotisserie chicken, craft beers and perfectly crafted cocktails.