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Where to Watch the Six Nations in London

The Six Nations rugby tournament kicks off on Friday 1 February 2019 with France v Wales. No tickets? No problem. Here’s where to watch the Six Nations in London… 

*This article is sponsored by Belushi’s*
Root for your team to win by watching it all happen at Belushi’s, the Home of International Sports. Whether or not your team gets the victory, you’re still in for a killer time with an atmosphere to match. Expect Belushi’s homemade burgers and bar snacks on the menu, plus craft beers, international spirits and more. Watch every game LIVE on huge HD screens and projectors at one of their five London bars: London Bridge, Hammersmith, Shepherd’s Bush, Greenwich and Camden. Table bookings start from £15 per person with guaranteed entry, table, premium viewing, dedicated waiting staff and your booking fee returned to you in full via a bar tab to spend on food and drinks. For a premium experience, check out the England packages at Belushi’s London Bridge Dugout bar from £35 per person. Click here to book.

 


GUINNESS POP UPS

Guinness Village at Flat Iron Square, London Bridge
With 10 screens, live podcasts with Andy Goode and Jim Hamilton, and Will Greenwood commentating live on the action, the Guinness Village at Flat Iron Square is a great spot to watch the Six Nations. Enjoy Guinness and Hop House 13 on tap and spot giveaways including match tickets to be won. Tickets to on match days are £5 (or £10 to enter the Clubhouse) including a complimentary pint and the chance to win Six Nations prizes.
Tickets.lnk.to

Brigadiers x Guinness Match Day Experience, the City
Brigadiers has teamed up with Guinness to create a Six Nations Match Day Experience with a menu featuring dishes like Nargisi Kofta Venison Scotch Eggs and Brigadiers Butter Chicken Pot Pie, and a Guinness Butler Service. Look out too for the Legends Lunches, where you can watch the games live while enjoying a three-course lunch with beer pairings, hosted by famous rugby faces including Ed Jackson, Tom Shanklin and Jim Hamilton (£100pp).
1-5 Bloomberg Arcade, the City EC4N 8AR; brigadierslondon.com

Greenwood, Victoria 
The Guinness Lounge at Greenwood, the premium sports bar in Victoria, will have you feeling like you’re on the touchline. As well as the exclusive Best Seat in The House VIP area, complete with Guinness on tap, personal bartender and the chance to watch alongside legends of the sport, the Greenwood Guinness Lounge will create a ‘stadium atmosphere’ for an unforgettable experience. Various packages available.
greenwoodlondon.com

The Ruby Rogue @ The Alfred Tennyson, Belgravia
The Ruby Rogue – an upmarket take on a traditional Irish bar – will be popping up at The Alfred Tennyson pub in Belgravia. Open Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays for the Guinness Six Nations, you can expect live music, an Irish-themed menu, cocktails and whisky tasting evenings. Plus, rugby legend Charlie Hodgson will be chatting to guests and pouring pints during the England v Ireland game on 2 February.
thealfredtennyson.co.uk

south west London

The Jam Tree, Clapham & Chelsea
thejamtreeclapham.com
thejamtreechelsea.com

The Falcon, Clapham
thefalconclapham.co.uk

Coach and Horses, Clapham
frontierpubs.co.uk/coachandhorses

The Northcote, Clapham
thenorthcote.co.uk

The Alexandra, Clapham
alexandraclapham.com

Nº32 The Old Town, Clapham
no32theoldtown.co.uk

Northcote Records, Battersea
northcoterecords.com

The Westbridge, Battersea
drafthouse.co.uk

Prince Albert, Battersea
theprincealbertbattersea.co.uk

Nº29 Power Station West, Battersea
no29powerstationwest.co.uk

Wandle Pub, Earlsfield
wandleearlsfield.com

The Crabtree, Fulham
thecrabtreew6.co.uk

Winterland London, Fulham
winterlandlondon.com

The Prince, West Brompton
theprincelondon.com

Coat and Badge, Putney
thecoatandbadge.co.uk

The Boat House, Putney
boathouseputney.co.uk

Durrell Arms, Fulham
durellarmsfulham.com

The Orange Tree, Richmond
orangetreerichmond.co.uk

Nº1 Duke Street, Richmond
no1adukestreet.co.uk

The Ship, Wandsworth
theship.co.uk

The Alma, Wandsworth
almawandsworth.com

601 Queen’s Rd, Wimbledon
601queensrd.co.uk

The Bull, Streatham
thebullstreatham.co.uk

The Devonshire, Balham
devonshirebalham.co.uk

Kings Head, Tooting
greeneking-pubs.co.uk

Hope & Anchor, Brixton
hopeandanchorbrixton.co.uk

White Hart, Barnes
whitehartbarnes.co.uk

Nº11 Pimlico Road, Pimlico
no11pimlicoroad.co.uk

south east London

Belushi’s Greenwich
belushis.com

Princess of Wales, Blackheath
princessofwalespub.co.uk

The Crown, Blackheath
crownblackheath.co.uk

The Royal Standard, Blackheath Standard
royalstandardblackheath.co.uk

The Vanbrugh, Greenwich
thevanbrugh.co.uk

The Mitre, Greenwich
themitregreenwich.co.uk

The Morden Arms, Greenwich
twitter.com/mordenarmsse10

The Great Exhibition, East Dulwich
greatexhibition.pub

The Herne Tavern, East Dulwich
thehernetavern.co.uk

Westow House, Crystal Palace
westowhouse.com

The White Heart, Crystal Palace
thewhitehartse19.co.uk

The Victoria Inn, Peckham
victoriainnpeckham.com

The Rye, Peckham
theryepeckham.com

Peckham Levels
peckhamlevels.org

The Prince Regent, Herne Hill
theprinceregent.co.uk

The Tankard, Kennington
drafthouse.co.uk

Belushi’s, London Bridge
belushis.com

north London

Belushi’s, Camden
belushis.com

Radicals & Victuallers, Islington
radicalsandvictuallers.co.uk

The Old Red Lion Theatre Pub, Angel
oldredliontheatre.co.uk

The Regent, Islington
theregentpub.com

The Alwyne Castle Islington
thealwynecastleislington.co.uk

The Famous Cock, Islington
famouscocktavern.co.uk

Assembly House, Kentish Town
greeneking-pubs.co.uk/assemblyhouse

The Vine, Kentish Town
thevinenw5.co.uk

The Old Dairy, Crouch Hill
theolddairyn4.co.uk

The Engineer, Primrose Hill
theengineerprimrosehill.co.uk

The George, Belsize Park
greeneking-pubs.co.uk

Draft House Camden Road
drafthouse.co.uk

The White Hart, Stoke Newington
whitehartstokenewington.com

The Lord Palmerston, Tufnell Park
thelordpalmerston.co.uk

London Welsh Centre
londonwelsh.org

William IV, Kensal Green
williamiv.london

Rotunda Bar, King’s Cross
rotundabarandrestaurant.co.uk

Faltering Fullback, Finsbury Park
falteringfullback.com

west London

Belushi’s Shepherd’s Bush
belushis.com

Hand and Flower, Kensington Olympia
handandflower.co.uk

Pergola Olympia London, Kensington Olympia
pergolalondon.com

The Roebuck, Chiswick
foodandfuel.co.uk

The Bollo House, Chiswick
thebollohouse.com

Anglesea Arms, South Kensington
angleseaarms.com

The Sporting Page, Chelsea
foodandfuel.co.uk

Greenwood, Victoria
greenwoodlondon.com

Prince Bonaparte, Notting Hill
theprincebonapartew2.co.uk

Pembroke, Earl’s Court
thepembrokesw5.co.uk

The City Barge, Chiswick
citybargechiswick.com

Nº197 Chiswick Fire Station
no197chiswickfirestation.co.uk

The Elgin, Notting Hill
theelginnottinghill.co.uk

The Wheatsheaf, Ealing
wheatsheaf-ealing.co.uk

Draft House, Paddington
drafthouse.co.uk

Pergola Paddington
pergolalondon.com

Nº17 Dickens Yard, Ealing
no17dickensyard.co.uk

Belushi’s, Hammersmith
belushis.com

east london

Bounce, Old Street
bouncepingpong.com

Birdcage, Columbia Road
drafthouse.co.uk

Star of Bethnal Green
starofbethnalgreen.co.uk

Waterpoet, Shoreditch
waterpoet.co.uk

Long Arm Pub & Brewery, Shoreditch
longarmpub.co.uk

The Lauriston, South Hackney
thelauriston.com

Pub on the Park, Hackney
pubonthepark.com

The Three Compasses, Dalston
3compasses.com

Morgan Arms, Bow
morganarmsbow.com

The Crown, Bow
thecrownbow.co.uk

The Victoria, Mile End
facebook.com/thevicmileend

The Cow, Westfield Stratford
thecowwestfield.co.uk

Long Arm Pub & Brewery, Worship Street
longarmpub.co.uk



 

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