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Where to watch the Six Nations

A pub. A pint. A few mates and the game on the telly. These are the best places to watch all the action from the Six Nations.


Great Eastern St, Hackney, London, UK

If you’re tired of cramped pubs, then Street Feast’s Shoreditch venue Dinerama, is a great place to watch The Six Nations. Not only is there plenty of space around the HD screens to catch all the action, but there’s also several bars serving craft beer, cocktails and wine, plus one of the best street food lineups in London ensuring you won’t go hungry. Check the schedule here.


Crossrail Pl, Canary Wharf, London E14, UK

Giant Robot in Canary Wharf is another Street Feast venue that’s getting in on the action, showing select games from the spacious comfort of the futuristic looking venue above Crossrail Place. As well as huge selection of beers from the dedicated beer bar, there’s cocktails and wines, and food from Black Bear Burger, Thunderbird Fried Chicken, Yum Bun, and Raastawala. Check the full schedule here.


Bloomberg Arcade, London, UK

JKS’ Indian barbecue restaurant in the City, Brigadiers, will have a bespoke Six Nations match day menu, a Guinness Butler Service, and most importantly, will be showing every match of the Championship. Matches will be shown live in the Blighters bar area where you can also feast on the likes of Cheese & Onions Bhajis, Venison Nargisi Kofta, and Tandoori Rump Steak. Ensure you’ll never have an empty glass during the match by taking advantage of that butler service, and for only £25 per person.


The Faltering Fullback, Perth Road, London, UK

Arguably the biggest attraction to The Faltering Fullback, just up from Finsbury Park tube, is the multi-level beer garden…staircase, beer garden staircase….it’s like a bloody maze. Admittedly weather depending, the garden offers secluded pockets of seating where you can chat into the early hours. The pub itself is a traditional one, except it does Thai food, which isn’t traditional at all, but you’ll find all your usual friends behind the bar. Great pub.


41 Jews Row, Wandsworth, London SW18 1TB, UK

The Ship in Wandsworth has an amazing riverside location, complete with outdoor terrace and nice views – the perfect place to celebrate or commiserate! Get ahead of the scrum by booking your space in advance via The Ship’s website.


77 Bedford Hill, Balham, London SW12 9HD, UK

Being crammed into a packed pub trying to crane your neck to glimpse a corner of a TV screen never makes for a good experience. The recently revamped Bedford pub in Balham has a massive 12 foot projector screen in the back theatre room ensuring you won’t miss out on any of the action. There’s also private screening rooms if you really want to do things in style.