Where to Watch the Rugby World Cup 2023
Need help discovering the best places where watch the Rugby World Cup in London? No fuss, our guide keeps you right up to speed with the best bars and pubs showing Rugby World Cup 2023 action as England welcomes the globe’s rugby heavyweights to its shores. All together now; “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot….”. From the best rugby pubs in London, to big screens showing the rugby world cup in London; we've got the cream of the crop right here!
Catch every moment of the Rugby World Cup at Kitty Hawk, a contemporary all-day space that's sure to provide a cool laid-back feel when watching. Expect a menu of delicious seasonal eats paired with handmade drinks to keep you refreshed throughout.
There's three floors to this King's Cross hangout so picking a prime viewing spot isn't an issue, and there's an array of comfort food and booze for half-time refreshment. Looking for an even better rugby experience? Enjoy their selection of sports packages and private rooms.
Set in London's smallest Irish bar, the speakeasy at Homeboy is bringing you everything you need for the Rugby World Cup. Head up to Angel to find world class cocktails and a pop-up kitchen serving some of the Emerald Isle's finest - chicken fillet roll, anyone?
Dedicated to all and every sport, Riley's Sports Bar Haymarket is of course showing the 2019 Rugby World Cup live from Japan. The huge space has an incredible 34 screens, along with games to keep you entertained at half time, including the likes of pool, ping pong and snooker.
This West End gem has a wide selection of World Cup packages, and they'll throw in a complimentary bottle of Heineken if you book your space more than 48 hours before kick-off. Catch the action at Adam & Eve's sister sites The Betjeman Arms, The Oyster Shed, The Castle and more.
On the lookout for a City spot? Check out Broadleaf; the atmospheric watering hole located in Tower 42. Not only will you find beers by the tank-load and a slinky brasserie, but there's also a sports lounge and private room with 7 plasma screens.
Whether you're going to be cheering on England or have another team to support, Maquess of Anglesey is the spot to do it. The traditional Covent Garden boozer is amping up your watching experience with plenty of screens, tasty pub grub and a welcoming atmosphere.
If you're in Hampstead, stop by The Gallery, a charming whisky pub that will be screening a huge selection of the matches, all the way up to the final in November. When you're not analysing the player's antics, peruse their list of tipples, which includes more than 100 different whiskies.
Smart Indian restaurant Brigadiers at Bloomberg Arcade are teaming up with Guinness for the ultimate match day experience. Join them nice and early on Saturday as they cook up a weekend breakfast, alongside free flowing wine or cocktails.
Your top pick for sports bars in Victoria, this southwest spot is all about mouthwatering bar snacks, delicious pizzas and ice cold beers. Catch every try and tackle as Greenwood shows all the action across a whopping 19 screens. There's even a sports lounge with a state-of-the-art video wall.
Head to Soho Zebrano's virtual sports bar if you'd prefer to hear the full commentary as the action unfolds. With burger and drink deals throughout, as well as special group packages available on request, there's plenty of reasons to pick this spot.
If you're keen to book your own space in a gem of an east London boozer, The Star of Bethnal Green is calling. There's delicious burgers to feast on and locally brewed beers to get you set up nicely. Watch the action on one of the venue's big screens, then hit the karaoke room for a post-match singalong.
Can't catch the fixtures in the flesh? The Cow is the next best thing, offering a range of specially designed packages and dedicated areas to watch in the shadow of the stadium itself. If Stratford doesn't suit, check out The Crown, The Owl and Pussycat and The Princess of Wales.
Where else to enjoy the high and lows of the tournament that in Camden's favourite sports bar. Head to Belushis where they'll be bringing you all the action from the Rugby World Cup alongside burgers, bar snacks and drinks deals.
Along with bringing Japan week to London, M Restaurant will also be screening a selection of the world cup games in their private members lounge: 'The M Den'. Don't worry about signing up, they're opening the slick space for members of the public over the tournament, along with a special world cup breakfast menu.
If you can't contain your excitement over the invasion of some of the world's biggest and beefiest blokes srcumming, tackling and trying their way through summer then The Oyster Shed will be your perfect host. Watch all the live action from this gastro pub and never miss a pass.
A wonderfully warm and inviting Putney local, The Coat & Badge's fine spread of comfort food and ale sets rugby fans up with everything they could need come match day. Sibling pubs The Chelsea Ram, The Fentiman Arms, The Half Moon and The Northcote are also on hand.
Located in the heart of Shoreditch, Long Arm Pub & Brewery is in perfect position if you're looking to watch the rugby in east London. Soak up lagers, IPAs and craft brews as you catch every punt, pass and scrum across 2 huge projectors.
Westfield's number one gastropub keeps you up to speed with every point scored and they've set aside a number of bookable spaces for you to enjoy the twists and turns in the company of your mates. The Bulls Head, The Elgin, The Eagle, The Three Bells and The Curtains Up are also stellar choices.
This cool Tobacco Docks hang out is bringing some serious style to your Rugby World Cup watching. Opening early for the games, the space has pop-up kitchens serving brunch, including tasty gyros and there will be screens both inside and out.
Going for a foray into Fulham this Rugby season? Then we've just the location to catch the best of the World Cup games. A heralded hangout thanks to their up to date sports roster and selection of 12 large screens, Frankie's brings you burgers, boozing and the best action.