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 2019.
Located in Vicotoria, 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.
From beer pong through to live music, Belushi's is way more than just a great sports bar. Not far from Camden Lock Market, the bar also has a great selection of sports screenings should you want to catch the rugby - chuck in some pitchers and a plate of their American dishes and you're onto a winner.
The official Guinness Six Nations Lounge this year, Greenwood is letting you lunch with some rugby legends this season. Head down to the Victoria watering hole for one of their Goodey's Guinness Lunches and you could find yourself chowing down next to Stephen Ferris, Andy Powell or Jim Hamilaton.
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.
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 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. Head to this friendly Hoxton boozer for everything from a date night through to a sports game.
This pretty pub is more than just gastro plates and delicious meat options; The Bishop Kingston is also serious about sports. Head to this South London boozer to catch all the action, along with a free round for tables of four or more who choose to dine.
Find yourself on the very edge of London? Surbiton's The Victoria has got you covered with a screening of all the games. Go for a stroll in nearby Hampton Court Park, then grab a pew in the cosy surrounds as this pub comes complete with fireplaces, oak furnishings, and a homely food menu.
Ealing Park Tavern are hosting one of the finest Six Nations screenings in South London. Expect non-stop action across the giant projector and screens across the pub, so you can catch every throw, kick and try beer in hand.
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 Lillie Langtry is a homely pub in Earls Court that's perfect for those watching all the 6 Nations action. As soon as you step in, it's immediately obvious that traditional is central to things here; after all, the venue boasts an idyllic Victorian cocktail lounge on the ground floor. With screens spread throughout the bar, you won't miss a single kick, try or tackle of the 6 Nations at this cosy pub in London.
The London Irish Centre is offering Six Nations screenings in style. Rugby legend, ex-Ireland captain Fergus Slattery will be there to tell all, while you chug away on pints of Guinness with a traditional Irish bacon and cabbage lunch up for grabs. To top it off, there's an excellent 4 metre screen to catch every moment.
Perched just along Westow Hill, this charming local pub is a top spot for Six Nations screenings this year. Bringing you every fixture in their designated sports area - which comes with its own bar - it's got everything you need for optimum viewing conditions.
Not far from Old Street, Long Arm Pub and Brewery is helping you cheer on whichever of the six teams you support. Their beer is brewed on site, so expect an interesting mix of brews, from hearty stouts through to a refreshing IPA.
Looking to get your rugby fix in the City? Get down to Broadleaf and catch all of the action from mutltiple giant screens, or get cosy in the dedicated spotrs lounge. You can guarantee a decent dselection of beers and hearty food as well.
Uber cool Tobacco Dock in East London is screening all the games in its warehouse space. Grab either a stool or standing ticket for giant screens, and if you're feeling really prepared, book your drink packages ahead.
Bounce is bringing you a non-stop riot of booze, pizza, ping pong and large-screen viewings of all the rugby action this Six Nations season. Head over to their Old Street venue for unlimited food and drink packages and loads of half time activities.
Don't miss a minute of the action as this Canary Wharf favourite hosts each and every match at their First Floor Bar & Grill. You can even tuck into a burger and Guinness for just a tenner.
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.
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.