Where to Watch Six Nations Rugby in Manchester
The RBS Six Nations is the highlight of the rugby calendar so get planning now so you don't get stuck out in the cold, peering through pub windows to check the scores. Don't forget to plan your beer fuelled rugby day now. No matter where your allegiances lie, we have sourced the best rugby pubs in Manchester so that you can cheer on your team. Manchester pubs showing the rugby six nations will have a great atmosphere and will be the next best thing if you cant make it to a live game.
Nestled next to Bierkeller is Shooters sports bar, your one stop shop for all things sports in The Printworks. The drinks are incredibly cheap, serving all the usual pints and spirits all day long at happy hour prices. The atmosphere as expected is rowdy, and similar to the terraces, chanting, shouting and getting stuck right in to all the action! They'll be showing all the six nations action, every try, every kick and every big hit! Get down to shooters for the wildest sports action in town.
An amazing student offering that hosts a variety of large screens and will be showing all the six nations action live as it unfolds! Order some top notch food, some seriously cheap beers and settle down for this years tournament at The Courtyard. Vibrant, exciting and serious about sport!
Settle down at Norwegian Blue to watch all the Six Nations action on one of their big screens. Add in comfortable seating, plenty of drinks deals and lots of sharing platters to soak up the booze; and you've got a venue not to miss out on when it all kicks off in February.
The Alibi off Oxford Road is one of Manchester's most stylish sport bars. Sit back with your mates on the comfy coaches and watch all the Six Nations action from any of the bar's HD TVs. Backed with classic cocktails and traditional ales, The Alibi is one of the best bars in Manchester to watch the Six Nations in 2016.
A great Irish pub showing plenty of sports, Mulligans is just a stone's throw from the main Deansgate street and the perfect place to catch up all the Six Nations fun. Don't miss the guaranteed atmosphere on February 22nd though as England takes on Ireland!
Not normally associated with sports, and that is a travesty in itself as Joshua Brooks not only shows nearly every sporting competition in the world, but it has an atmosphere like no other as the entire bar watches the game on one large screen. It's as close to being in your living as you can get in a bar, and the electric atmosphere amazing pies and cheap booze make it a sure fire winner. Get down as the six nations kicks off, and get your support behind England as we look to reclaim our crown!
A great sports bar for people who don't like sports bars, this Northern Quarter bar shows plenty of live sports and is a great place to watch all the Six Nations action in Manchester. Don't forget about their great range of beers either from plenty of locally sourced breweries.