Where To Watch The Six Nations 2025 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 rugby pubs and sports bars for the Six Nations 2025 in London.

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Last updated on 16th May 2024


Looking for that perfect spot for the Six Nations? Then be sure to check out Ninth Life in Catford to cheer your team along in their cool space. If you're feeling hungry then tuck into their delicious array of burgers, chicken wings and pub classics, with plenty of beer too.

O'Neill's - Pubs In London

Searching for the best rugby pubs in London this season? Make one of O'Neill's' boozers your new drinking destination, as they'll be showcasing all the games while offering delicious burgers and pints of beer to tide you over, whether you're in Clapham, Soho, King's Cross or beyond.

Crown Twickenham

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.

Belushi's Bars in London

You can expect Belushi's to welcome you with warm arms when it comes to finding a spot to watch the Six Nations. Combining party vibes with sports screenings, you'll be able to catch a match on HD screens along with superb grub and cocktails at affordable prices. 

Euston Flyer

Central to all the action in the heart of London and showing the Six Nations fixtures on its HD screens this year is the Euston Flyer, a wonderful boozer just off of the main road. It's got everything you could ask for from a wholesome pub, including a menu featuring moreish snacks like spiced lamb koftas and beer-battered haddock goujons, plus hearty mains like steak or pie of the day. 


If you're looking to watch the Six Nations in a super cosy yet modern pub, then The Merchant of Battersea in Clapham is the place for you. It boasts large screens in every room making it possible to get a cracking view of the action from wherever you're sitting or standing. There's some fantastic food for the half-time munchies too, like pizza and loaded sandwiches. 

Victoria Taps, Westminster

Boasting a selection of sizeable screens all around the picturesque, tiled venue, the Victoria Taps in Westminster will be showing all of the Six Nations games - with a free pint of Guinness if you swing by for a Sunday match. And if all the excitement gets you hungry? There are delicious hand-stretched pizzas, burgers and tacos available here too.

Wimbledon Brewery Tap

If you're wondering where to catch the Six Nations, The Wimbledon Brewery Tap is a great choice. Not only is this popular joint offering up a great indoor and outdoor space to watch every try, tackle and scrum, but there are also hoppy serves up for grabs. Oh, yes.

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.

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.


Try out Forester, located in Ealing, for all your Six Nations needs this year. Housed within a Grade II-listed building, this beauty of a pub features a stunning green tiled fireplace and warm wooden interiors. When you're not engrossed in all the action on one of its shiny screens, tuck into some delicious Thai fare, like crispy aromatic duck, Geang mussaman curry or chowmein. 

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.

Old White Lion

Nestled in the centre of East Finchley, The Old White Lion is a cosy boozer that's brimming with charm. What better place to watch the Six Nations than in this high-spirited pub that boasts a scrumptious menu of pub classics and boozy concoctions?

Ranelagh Bowes Park

If you're on the hunt for somewhere to catch the Six Nations 2025 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 Clapham North Pub

Take advantage of The Clapham North's laidback atmosphere by booking a table by one of their many screens for a relaxed Six Nations viewing – perfect for those that actually want to concentrate on the game. Elevate your experience with help from their wide selection of pints, quirky cocktails and incredible menu featuring small plates from lamb shoulder tacos to ox cheek croquettes. 

The Alexandra

With over 150 years of experience serving up the finest brews in town, The Alexandra is a Clapham pub that knows a thing or two about showing you a good time – and that includes displaying all your favourite games on two projectors and five HD screens showing everything from football to rugby and beyond. Located just a stone's throw from Clapham Common tube station, catch all the Six Nations action at this boozer as you down a pint (or two).

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.

The Broadcaster

Make your way to The Broadcaster, a stunning contemporary White City boozer, to catch all the Six Nations action live. No need to book a table; just drop in and grab a pint as you indulge in their delish British pub grub and a killer selection of handcrafted cocktails and artisanal beer. Feelin' fancy? For a private viewing experience, you can rent out the versatile green room for you and over 30 of your mates.