Even if you can't get your hands on Six Nations tickets you can still enjoy the England Six Nations at London pubs and bars. Pull up a pew, line up a few pints and watch all the rugby action without even braving the elements. So the only exercise you'll need to do is pull on your rugby shirt and start scanning our recommended list to ensure you avoid the scrum when it comes to watching the England Six Nations at London pubs.
More England Six Nations at London Pubs
7 Oxendon Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, SW1Y 4EE
(020) 7839 7261
The Comedy is a busy pub that boasts comedy nights every Friday and Saturday evening. They also host regular live music and karaoke nights. The Comedy Pub offers a variety of drinks served alongside a food menu of classic pub food.
Also a favourite with sports fans, The Comedy Pub boasts 15 fully HD plasma screen TV’s and projector screens with access to all major sport channels including Sky Sports, BT Sport and ESPN.
The Constitution is an historic London venue dating back a number of years, which has retained much of its original charm coupled with a modern edge. An award winning outdoor area is available for the good weather.
42 St Pancras Way, Camden Town, London, NW1 0QT
(020) 7380 0767
123 Shoreditch High Street, Shoreditch, London, E1 6JE
(020) 7613 3554
The Corner Shop is a bustling bar that offers a variety of drinks from its location in Shoreditch. You catch all of the action from the Six Nations rugby on their big screen.
The Dean Swift is a contemporary pub that offers a variety of British meals and a huge array of craft beers. The Dean Swift also hosts weekly quiz nights and occasional live music, as well as showing the latest sporting events.
10 Gainsford Street, Bermondsey, London, SE1 2NE
(020) 7357 0748
Famous 3 Kings will be showing every match so whatever your colours, get down there and throw your weight behind the team.
171 North End Road, Fulham, London, W14 9NL
(020) 7603 6071
174 Tottenham Court Road, Bloomsbury, London, W1T 7NT
(020) 7387 7149
Fitzrovia Belle is a stylish pub with friendly and attentive staff. There is a comprehensive choice of food and drinks which can be enjoyed outside during fine weather. Their four large Sony screens show major sporting events; contact the venue for table reservations and group bookings.
Large wooden tables and chairs furnish the area, many of which are pointed towards the central large screen TV.
The Andaz London, 40 Liverpool Street, The City, London, EC2M 7QN
(020) 7618 7200
7 Cavendish Parade, Clapham South, London, SW4 9DW
(020) 8772 0303
Experience the spirit of the Six Nations at this popular bar in Clapham, with 2-4-1 drinks deals and big screens throughout the venue.
All fixtures will be broadcast on the screens at the Lord Palmerston with macho snacks being served in the bar upstairs.
33 Dartmouth Park Hill, Archway, London, NW5 1HU
(020) 7485 1578
Despite this pub's cricketing heritage, all main sporting fixtures, including Six Nations, are broadcast on the three indoor screens.
Lord's Cricket Ground, St Johns Wood Road, St Johns Wood, London, NW8 8QN
(020) 7616 8689
The Old Red Cow is a traditional style London pub that serves a good range of beers, including real ales, wines and spirits. Children are welcome when dining.
71-72 Long Lane, Smithfield, London, EC1A 9EJ
(020) 7600 6240
Rileys Sports Bar on Haymarket is a new concept for the popular snooker hall group. This latest venture sees the building kitted out with 32 large HD screens showing more than 70 sports channels. There are also ping pong tables, American and British pool tables and four bars at Rileys Sports Bar. Alongside a comprehensive drinks selection, there is also a good choice of pub grub available.
80 Haymarket, Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4TE
(020) 7930 0393
Sports Bar and Grill Marylebone is a lively bar where you can catch all the latest sporting matches on large plasma screens. Have a game of pool in the basement pool lounge or enjoy a tasty meal and drinks.
Marylebone Station, Melcombe Place, Marylebone, London, NW1 6JJ
(020) 7723 8890
148 Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, London, SW11 2LW
(020) 7924 7022
Suburb SW11 is a popular bar situated a short walk from Clapham Junction station. Boasting an industrial chic background, with distressed walls, angled mirrors, zinc drinks counters, iron and bamboo features as well as an artistic and comfortable lounge; the venue's versatile design and lighting create a set of moods to fit any occasion.
A lovely, warm environment and perfect for watching ruggers, followed by analysis with friends afterwards. The Waterfront is also entering into the sporting spirit by offering customers who book a table for four or more a complimentary bottle of Peroni per person.
Baltimore House, Juniper Drive, Battersea, London, SW18 1TZ
(020) 7228 4297
Waxy O'Connors is a lively Irish maze of bars that you can enter via stairs or long passages. The atmosphere is welcoming and the beers are always cold. Waxy's will be showing the final round of fixtures from the Six Nations on all of their big screens as part of their St Patrick's week celebrations!
14-16 Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 6DD
(020) 7287 0255
This Hampstead hostelry has a bespoke room for viewing all the Six Nations action, complete with two large screens.
154 Fleet Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 2QX
(020) 7485 2112