With a beer hall pushing out stein loads of international hops, Manchester's Bierkeller is a boozing playground of giant pints, socialising and German-fuelled tomfoolery. Screening all major sporting events you can count on this place to be showing the Rugby World Cup.
Where to Watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 in Manchester
Need a helping hand in your quest to find the best places to watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 in Manchester? Here’s a handpicked guide to some of the best bars and pubs screening every try, penalty and conversion all the way from France. All together now; “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot…”
Add a bit of swish to your 2019 Rugby World Cup watching in Manchester at this city centre stalwart. Manchester235 might be best known as a casino, but it also screens all major games. Plus it's open 24 hours a day, meaning you won't have a problem catching those early morning games.
Footage is one city hot spot for a casual pint and some sports screening. Taking the plot of an old cinema, Footage boats two huge screens to play live major sporting events so you'll be sure to catch all the glory in big. Fill up on pub grub whilst you're here as well so you don't have to worry about missing out on any action.
With some serious HD TVs in action, every kick, tackle and scrum down will be crystal clear at Dive NQ. The cool Northern Quarter spot also knows how to ramp up the atmosphere, with a party-happy crowd. If you're going as a group, check out their menu deals.