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Where to watch the Six Nations 2022

Rugby fans, the time has come - the countdown to the Guinness Six Nations 2022 is officially on. Round up your mates and book one of our best rugby pubs to soak up the game-day atmosphere this February & March.

Best pubs to watch the Six Nations 2022

Rugby fans from far and wide will no doubt welcome the news that the Guinness Six Nations fixtures 2022 have been announced with Wales set to open their title defence against Ireland on 5th February. Where better to enjoy every minute of this year’s epic rugby tournament than at one of the best rugby pubs in the South of England?

We can’t wait to get you pumped and help you to celebrate all the action of the mighty Six Nations. So read on to discover the best spots and join your fellow sport fans, enjoying every kick, scrum and line-out of this year’s action.

To make sure you don’t miss any of the Six Nations’ excitement, book your table early to ensure you can enjoy the rugby in the midst of an unbeatable pub atmosphere. Don’t forget to grab a Guinness on us when you book to dine this tournament. 

Six Nations 2022 Fixtures

See all the key dates and times for the matches below

ROUND 1 

5th February: Ireland v Wales (Dublin), 14:15

5th February: Scotland v England (Edinburgh)16:45

6th February: France v Italy (Paris), 16:00

ROUND 2

12th February: Wales v Scotland (Cardiff), 14:15

12th February: France v Ireland (Paris), 17:45

13th February: Italy v England (Rome), 16:00

ROUND 3 

26th February: Scotland v France (Edinburgh), 14:15

26th February: England v Wales (London),16:45

27th February: Ireland v Italy (Dublin), 15:00

ROUND 4

11th March: Wales  v France (Cardiff), 20:00

12th March: Italy v Scotland (Rome), 15:15

12 March: England v Ireland (London), 16:45

ROUND 5

19th March: Wales v Italy (Cardiff),14:15

19th March: Ireland v Scotland (Dublin),16:45

19th March: France v England (Paris) 21:00

Which pubs are showing the Six Nations 2022?

Few things capture a rugby fan’s attention like the pub atmosphere during a series such as the Six Nations. Come and soak up the action and atmosphere from one of the UK’s best rugby pubs – from North to South London, Kent, Bristol and beyond, whatever you do this year, don’t stay at home.

Check out our top recommendations on where to watch and celebrate the Six Nations games this February and March.

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in North London

Our fantastic selection of North London pubs offer delicious food, superb real ales and a game-day atmosphere that’s second-to-none. From The Castle, The Duchess of Kent and The Canonbury, head to the North for the rugby action this year. 

north london rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in East London

No two streets in East London are the same, and neither are any of our pubs. The Cow, The Lamb Tavern and The Coborn are just three of our best spots to enjoy the sport. Expect to be greeted by an amazing atmosphere, delicious drinks and top-notch food to boot.

east london rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in SW London

That saying ‘West is Best’, particularly applies to all that our South West London pubs have to offer on rugby game-day. From the Coat & Badge to The Brewers Inn, The Dog & Fox to The Alexandra and The Crown Twickenham to The Old Ship in Richmond, get stuck into a proper pub feast in the birthplace of English rugby.

south west london rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in SE London 

South East London has pubs that cater to a wide range of different tastes with iconic venues such as The Cutty Sark, Enderby House, The Clockhouse and The Cherry Tree boasting a vast selection of craft beers, local ales and classic cocktails. Plus they’ll be delivering an amazing atmosphere during the Six Nations tournament.

south east london rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Central London

With so many pubs vying for your attention, it can be overwhelming to know where to go. From One Tun to The Albion and Theodore Bullfrog, all our pubs are located within a short walk of most central tube stations, making them the perfect pint pitstop. 

central london rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Surrey

Join us at our sublime selection of rugby pubs in Surrey this February and March. Whether you’re after perfectly poured pints, super sharers or an atmosphere that always delivers, our unique venues such as Home Cottage, The Red Barn, The Duke’s Head, The Penny Black and The Dolphin tick all of the boxes to guarantee the perfect match-day experience. 

surrey rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Oxfordshire

They love a spot of rugger in Oxfordshire. So it’s only fitting that we have pubs just perfect for watching rugby. The King’s Arms and The Angel & Greyhound offer everything a rugby fan could ask for. HD television screens, ice cold pints and an amazing atmosphere are guaranteed.

oxfordshire rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Kent

The garden of England is synonymous with riotous rugby pubs because this county offers up some of the best. From The Bull’s Head to The Red Barn and The Station Hotel,  join us in Kent to celebrate the Six Nations this year.

kent rugby pubs

Watch the Six Nations Rugby in Bristol

Rugby is kind of a big deal in the South West. Horts, Bristol offers up the ideal atmosphere to enjoy the best of the Six Nations games live 2022. Within a short walk of the centre of town and the main train station, Horts really is the the perfect pint pitstop. 

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 Info on the Six Nations 2022

2022’s Six Nations Championship will be the 23rd Six Nations Championship, the annual rugby union competition between the national teams of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales, and the 128th edition of the competition since its inception. Wales are the current reigning champions after having topped the table last year despite losing to France at the Stade de France in their final match of the Six Nations 2021.

Ireland and Wales will kick off the 2022 Six Nations Championship when they meet in Dublin on Saturday 5th February. Scotland will host England on the same day for the The Calcutta Cup match following in Edinburgh. Rounding off the opening weekend’s fixtures, France will face Italy in Paris on Sunday 6th February in the afternoon.

Round 4 will see the triumphant return of Friday night rugby with Wales v France set to take place on 11th March at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.

Super Saturday 2022 will be hosted on 19th March beginning with Wales v Italy, followed by Ireland v Scotland and concluding with France v England.

Exciting!

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