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 21st March 2023

The Prince Albert

On the hunt for somewhere to watch the Six Nations in West London? The Prince Albert is a hot to trot plot for big sporting events. Don your best rugby jersey and nab yourself a spot at this popular boozer to enjoy the games with a tasty drink to hand.

The Bridge Greenford

In need of a spot to catch all the Six Nations action? You can always rely on The Bridge Greenford. Step inside this Western Avenue venue at the weekend, where you'll be able to quaff a complimentary pint of Guinness when you dine and watch every try or tackle. Sign us up.

Cabbage Patch

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.

Rocket Euston

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.

The Commercial

Looking for a top-notch for the Six Nations? Then look no further than The Commercial located in Herne Hill. This well-loved spot is serving some of the best grub, craft beer and wine along with HD screens to cheer your team on. 

The Sydney Arms

When you need somewhere to watch the Six Nations rugby in Chelsea, The Sydney Arms is making sure you're catered for. This traditional British boozer is bringing screens, grilled dishes, English pub grub classics and more to proceedings.

Sporting Page

Head over to Sporting Page in Chelsea to lap up the buzzing atmosphere of a classic boozer while the Six Nations plays on the screens. As you enjoy the on-pitch performance, get to know the lip-smacking menu of seafood alongside a tip-top range of tipples.

The Albany

Home to Sky Sports and a massive projector screen, The Albany in Fitzrovia is one heck of a spot for watching the championships. Kick back with a prime view of the games and chow down on British comfort food bites, washed down with craft beers and wine.

The Jolly Gardeners

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.

O'Neill's - Pubs In London

Searching for the perfect watering hole so you catch all the rugby matches this season? Make one of O'Neill's' pubs in London your new drinking destination, as they'll be showcasing all the games while offering delicious burgers and pints of beer to tide you over.

The Althorp

Although The Althorp is known for its crackin' views of Wandsworth Common, it's also a great venue for all of the Six Nations action. Grab a table in its dark wood-themed space to catch every try, tackle and boot of the ball, before downing a few tasty drinks, from beer to wine.

The North Star

The North Star is a cosy boozer in the heart of Ealing that's stocked to the brim with delicious craft beers and ales, as well as a big ol' screen showing the Six Nations throughout February and March. From the buzzing atmosphere to the top-notch drinks, this one's a bit of a winner.

Peckham Levels

Boasting six big screens across the venue, from the bar and food court to the event space, Peckham Levels is providing the ultimate game day atmosphere during the Six Nations. And if you're in need of refreshments? There's plenty of grub and tipples to try out.

Howl At The Moon

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.

BrewDog Bars In London

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.

Prince of Wales

If you're looking for a local to settle down in every time the Six Nations is on, and happen to be a Putney resident, then you're in for a treat. From hearty plates of food to craft beers to accompany them, this boozer will keep you refreshed. Better yet, this watering hole is dog-friendly too.

Ranelagh Bowes Park

If you're on the hunt for somewhere to catch the Six Nations 2023 in London, then look no further than Ranelagh Bowes Park. This North London pub is fronting top-drawer drinks behind the bar and plenty of pub grub to boot, keeping you refreshed throughout your favourite games.

The Phene

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.