This great sports bar is helping you to catch all of the best rugby games in Manchester. Take some mates here to enjoy a cold pint alongside massive plates of grub and live screenings, just be warned when England play Australia as you'll definitely find a number of Aussie supporters.
The Best Rugby Pubs In Manchester
Ah match day, the projectors are on, the pints are being poured and you're eagerly awaiting kick-off with a platter of sharing plates between you and your mates. Nothing really compares, does it? To make sure you have the ultimate viewing experience of the Six Nations, World Cup and Premiership games, secure a place at one of these top spots. From cosy locals to cool gastro boozers, check out Manchester's best rugby pubs here.
Looking for places showing rugby in Deansgate? The Sawyer Arms are sure to have all the latest matches playing on their screens, as they have both Sky and ESPN. With proper ale, draught beer and hearty plates on offer too, there's plenty of reasons to stick around after the whistle blows.
Nestled in Manchester city centre, this pub is a must for watching sport and soaking up pints. As well as screening all of the latest fixtures, it serves a menu of classic British plates, from full English breakfasts to massive sharers that are made for cheering on your team.
If you're a student looking for the best bars for watching rugby, this is the spot for you. Head on over to Footage for the chance to lap up all of the latest games, with a cinema-style screen, a menu of hearty bites and sharing platters, and budget-friendly beers.
Looking for somewhere unique to watch rugby in Manchester? Head over to Bierkeller in The Printworks, which combines four bar across two floors, with over 20 screens, three projectors and a large LED screen, alongside pool tables, shuffleboards and even live oompah bands.
A great pub showing plenty of sports, Mulligans is just a stone's throw from the main Deansgate street and the perfect place to catch up on all the rugby. Relax with a pint of beer and some traditional Irish fare while taking in all of the sporting action on their multiple screens.
This stylish café bar in the Northern Quarter doubles-up as a top spot for watching rugby. Come match day, Pie & Ale are keeping you up-to-date with every pass, tackle and try, with plenty of comfort food and craft beers to celebrate or commiserate after the game.
Catch the latest rugby fixtures at Tib Street Tavern, where Six Nations matches ad World Cups are sure to be played across the venue. To keep you refreshed? Order buckets of beers or cider at a reduced price, with a whole load of food to graze on too.