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.
Where To Watch The Six Nations 2024 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 2024.
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Last updated on 6th June 2023
A gorgeous Chelsea pub that mixes rustic, bare-brick walls with vibrant murals, King's House is a lovely spot to watch the Six Nations games. Not only will you find large screens and tasty food, but they've also teamed up with Heineken Silver to offer the first 100 guests a free pint when you log in to their WiFi on arrival.
If you're looking for somewhere in Greenwich to watch the Six Nations rugby, The Admiral Hardy boasts plenty of screens and comfortable seating for a prime viewing position. You can also book tables ahead of time, with lots of scrumptious food and drink to refresh you throughout.
If you're looking for a spot with awesome HD screens to watch the game, then check out The Heathcote and Star in Leyton. Serving a range of tasty grub and fresh pints, you definitely won't go hungry. Need some post-match entertainment? They have pool and ping pong tables for that.
Searching for somewhere to watch Six Nations? We've got you covered at the Salt Room in Islington. Head to the spot for bespoke food and drink packages. You'll get to settle in with a pint in hand as you cheer on your favourite team.
Bubba Oasis is showing all of England's Six Nations matches from its Angel spot. The games will be broadcast live on a massive screen on their covered rooftop terrace, where you'll also enjoy Guinness, craft beers, tasty food and a wicked after-party.
Dishing up a variety of tasty food and drinks, you can be sure to chow down crispy mac and cheese balls and burgers while watching the big game at The Star Of Kings. Not only do they have mouthwatering American-style food, but they also have a crackin' screen to cheer your team on.
Screening every big rugby match on its HD TVs, Crown Twickenham is a top-notch boozer for Six Nations action. Gather your pals and head to this Richmond Road destination for good vibes, ice-cold pints and front-row views of all of the action. Hungry? There's a hearty menu for that.
Score a table at the Spread Eagle and get the chance to watch Six Nations with all your best mates. You'll get to choose from food and drink packages or order bar snacks to hold you over throughout the game. And to drink? They offer cocktail trees.
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.
If you're wondering where to catch the Six Nations, Bat & Ball is a firm choice. Located in Stratford, this glorious venue is home to a first-class range of HD screens to watch every scrum, tackle and try. Hungry? There's also a crackin' menu to curb those cravings.
Need Six Nations plans? Then you're going to want to check out Daylight Inn. Located just a stone's throw from Sadler's Wells and Angel tube station, this best-loved boozer is home to a great range of HD TVs, alongside a crackin' food menu to fill up on.
Searching for fun spots to watch the Six Nations? Tune into all the rugby matches at The Elgin, a boozer situated right in Notting Hill. Boasting huge plasma screens, delicious pub grub and craft beer, it's the perfect place for your viewing party.
A bit of a gem in Kentish Town, The Bull & Gate just so happens to be one of the best places to catch all the rugby fixtures. While in warm and cosy surrounds, watch the games, tuck into tasty sharing boards and sip all kinds of delicious pints.
A popular Putney plot, The Jolly Gardeners is a fantastic place to catch all the fixtures. To keep you fuelled through the games, tuck into elevated pub grub, including mouthwatering roasts. And you won't be going thirsty here either, as there's an extensive range of booze on offer.
Vinegar Yard is welcoming rugby fans for the Six Nations this year, boasting a massive screen that'll show every kick, tackle and try. While you watch, chow down on special edition slices from Bad Boys Pizza Society. And if you book ahead? You'll even get a free pint thrown in.
The Railway Tavern is a Clapham boozer where craft pints and a range of delish food goes hand-in-hand with Six Nations viewing. Settle down across the quirky space to munch through fried chicken, stacked burger, vegan fare and pub classics while you support your team.
Nab yourself a spot in front of the big screen over at Soho Zebrano for the Six Nations in Central London. Not only will you have a prime view of all the rugby action, but you'll also get great drinks, tasty tucker and a seriously buzzing atmosphere to enjoy too.
Never miss a scrum, tackle or kick this Six Nations with a trip to The Manor Arms. The Streatham stunner boasts six big screens showing all the fixtures, as well as private screening rooms. While you watch, tuck into snazzy pub grub and quality pints.
Located in the heart of Euston, 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 everything from from smoked cheddar croquettes to gourmet sausage rolls and crispy cod goujons.
Known for its spectacular garden space, The Canonbury offers some of the best drinks and food packages for Six Nations fans too. Whether you choose to pre-order your grub, or get it sent straight to your table during the game, this is a great place for easy viewing and chilled vibes.
The clue's in the name of where The Court is located. This Tottenham Court Road boozer is an ideal stop-off to catch all the Six Nations action, as it is boasting plenty of HD screens across the venue, alongside some tasty grub too. Think burgers, served with ice-cold pints.
The Cornershop is a Shoreditch lounge bar that certainly knows its sport, combining eight flat-screen HD TVs across two floors with daily happy hours, juicy burgers and more. Topping it off? Club nights after Saturday games.
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.
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.
If you're looking for a pub in South London that's showing the Six Nations matches, Park Tavern should be your port of call. Not only does this gorgeous, independent watering hole front a whole load of screens showing the games, but it also rustles up delicious grub and tasty bevs.
The Star By Liverpool Street is a unique and huge modern pub, bringing a stellar atmosphere to your live rugby screening. Plus, this place doubles as a karaoke den, so you can get your fix of belting out your favourite tunes afterwards.
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.
Don't miss any of the nail-biting action, make sure to nab your spot at The Oyster Shed for premium viewings of the championships. To fuel you through, enjoy delicious food and refreshing pints of Guinness, with bespoke packages available to pre-book.
Flat Iron Square is an iconic beer-led venue, promising a taproom and brewery under the arches, surrounded by a large, sheltered beer garden, food traders and more. Better yet? There's two bars of guest beers, crafted cocktails and an extensive spirit selection, meaning you can pair your Six Nations rugby screening with plenty of refreshments.
Boasting 8 HD screens and a crackin' food menu to boot, it's no wonder why Rocket Euston is a great spot to catch all the Six Nations action. Head inside this King's Cross venue, where you'll be able to chow down on hearty fare, all while watching every try, tackle and scrum.
To watch the Six Nations rugby in London, look no further than heading to Shoreditch High Street's Bar Kick. While better know for being footie fanatics, these guys also show plenty of other sports on their 12 HD screens, with DJs for afters and table football throughout.
From burgers to darts and rugby showings, Temple Brew House knows a thing or two about keeping punters happy. Play a few rounds of foosball with pals or grab a bite to eat from the hearty menu, all before catching your team on the screens for the Six Nations.
Situated in the heart of Chelsea, The Phene is a great stop-off for all things sport, especially the Six Nations. This clubhouse-style venue houses a traditional saloon bar, alongside screens to catch every tackle. If you're feeling peckish, there's a British menu that's bound to hit the spot.
Skylight Tobacco Dock is the rooftop destination that's throwing open its doors to screen the Six Nations rugby in London for 2023. Indoor bar Level 9 is providing the indoor viewing and a bottle of beer on arrival included in your ticket price.
Need a spot to catch all the Six Nations action? The Huntsman & Hounds is a real winner. Not only does this Elephant and Castle venue offer a range of HD screens, but there's also a top-notch selection of brews on the menu. On top of that, this drinking den is dog-friendly too.
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.
Decked out with more HD screens than you can shake a stick at, The Leather Bottle is a top spot for watching the Six Nations in South London. It also fronts one of the capital's largest beer gardens, featuring tented covers, private huts and lots of TVs.
The Six Nation matches are unmissable and what better way to watch the big games than at BrewDog. With large TV screens, messy wings and towering pints of beer, it's a no-brainer when it comes to viewing parties.
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.
If you're after a Six Nations hotspot with great food, Roundhouse Wandsworth is a great option. Gather your pals to dig into honey-seared halloumi or moreish Korean-style pork belly bites, all while your eyes are glued to sporting action on the HD screens.
You can always rely on The Three Crowns for that laidback viewing experience of Six Nations rugby. This Shoreditch spot puts up an epic projector screen for all of the games, alongside whipping up international favourites, including popcorn chicken, cauli bites and skin on fries.