Rugby revelry that’s worth a try, by Six Nations commentator Nick Heath

Amidst the clinking of glasses and the savoury aroma of pub fare, these diverse fan bases find common ground in their shared love for rugby. The Six Nations becomes a celebration of cultural nuances. In the heart of these pubs, fans forge bonds that extend beyond the final whistle, proving that rugby is not merely a sport but a unifying force that brings people together in the spirit of joy, competition, and genuine friendship.

Six Nations 2024 – Rugby In The Pub

We are, by our own admission, a little biased but we reckon the pub is the best place to watch The Six Nations. There’s atmosphere. There’s camaraderie. There’s a little bit of friendly banter with the opponents’ fans. There are multiple screens and replays, so you don’t have to worry about someone standing up and making you miss the winning try. (Also, the pub is warmer than the stadium) If you are going to join us at your nearest Young’s pub for a Six Nations match or two, we’ve come up with a little guide to rugby watching etiquette….


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.


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