Six facts you might not know about the Six Nations

With the Guinness Six Nations on the horizon, 2020 is promising to be an incredible tournament and with a whole squad of pubs all over London and the South of England to choose from there's no better time to get ahead of the scrum and book your turf. Find out all you need to know about this year's Six Nations (including your nearest rugby pub) by clicking below and in the meantime test your rugby knowledge with our six, Six Nations facts below.


Rugby is without doubt one of the world’s greatest sports, and every four years the Rugby World Cup comes around, making the lives of us rugby fans just that little bit sweeter.  We will be showing every rugby game on the TV screens in our pubs, and unfortunately many of us still don’t know the rules (and yes, we’d include some Rugby World Cup referees in that).  Therefore, to help in building up your own personal rugby knowledge (so you can impress fellow fans over a pint, of course) here’s a few wonderful facts about the mighty game.

The best pubs to watch rugby matches during the Rugby World Cup 2019

As if we haven’t been spoiled enough this summer with sport, it’s nearly rugby’s time, with the Rugby Summer Internationals and Rugby World Cup soon to be gracing our screens this August and September respectively.  Rugby legends will be made, beers will be drunk and we will be celebrating all things rugby as we charge head first into all the nail-biting action. Get ahead of the scrum and plan your Rugby World Cup turf at your local Young’s and celebrate every tackle, try and tremendous game of rugby.


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