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 2021.

Last updated on 29th January 2021




The Rose Pub

35 user reviews 4

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. 

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.

Catford Bridge Tavern

55 user reviews 4

Catch all the action at The Catford Tavern, who will be showing every fixture live on big screens as well offering great happy hour deals and Caribbean-themed pub classics. Sip on 2 cocktails for £10 whilst noshing on jerk chicken nachos and BBQ wings.

Lowlander Grand Cafe

65 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 Old Ship Inn

274 user reviews 4

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.

The Wheatsheaf

126 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.

Howl At The Moon

117 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 Three Compasses

116 user reviews 5

Looking for the perfect place in East London? Catch all the action live at this Dalston Lane hangout, where you'll be able to dig into award-winning burgers, Sunday roasts and cracking drinks while watching the match on a cool projector.