Rugby World Cup Bars in London
Didn't get tickets for the thrilling action of this year's Rugby World Cup? Then partake in the next best thing and visit one of the rugby world cup bars in London to sample the tension and joy in equal measure. There are many rugby world cup bars in London eager to attract the die hard fans this September and October, so here is our selection of the best of the bunch.
49 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 4EG
(020) 7439 4159
Found over two floors, Club 49 is a stylish nightclub hosting DJs every night. Upstairs is the main bar as well as the VIP area and downstairs is the dance floor, live DJs and extra seating.
- Exclusive Soho club and bar, London lifestyle nominee
- Perfect for after work drinks & special occasions
- Book now for lounge tables, VIP booths or VIP area.
- Resident DJ's until 3am & drinks promotions daily
- Extensive and quality bar menu at good prices
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The Avalon has three 50" screens, one of which broadcasts in glorious 3D, so you can feel the force of every tackle as the action unfolds. Contact the venue for details on individual games.
16 Balham Hill, Balham, London, SW12 9EB
(020) 8675 8613
One of the liveliest sports pubs in London, the Famous 3 Kings will be open for a lot of the big games and will show re-runs of the earlier games throughout the day.
171 North End Road, Fulham, London, W14 9NL
(020) 7603 6071
This smart foodie pub in Streatham is opening its doors to show the action on their large screens. Breakfast is sure to be of a very high standard and you can even wash it down with some beer.
13 Mitcham Lane, Streatham, London, SW16 6LQ
(020) 3195 6888
Head to this friendly pub by Stamford Brook Tube and watch all of the England and New Zealand games, plus a lot of the other big encounters. They'll also be showing all of the knock-out stages. Tuck in to breakfast (and beers) while you're there.
375 Goldhawk Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 0SA
(020) 8748 6977
Two big screens in the comfortable bar area allow you to watch the action at this newly reopened foodie pub. If that's not enough for you, round up your mates and hire the West Room, where you have use of a massive 2 metre screen and you can tuck into a tasty breakfast banquet.
65 Rosendale Road, Dulwich, London, SE21 8EZ
(020) 8761 9008
Catch all the big games featuring the home nations teams and more on the Roxy's big screen. Tickets cost £15 via The Roxy website and include a full English breakfast, a hot drink and a guaranteed seat.
128-132 Borough High Street, Borough, London, SE1 1LB
(020) 7407 4057
The Tommyfield has a massive 96” projector screen so you don't miss any of the action but, if you'd rather watch it in some relative privacy, they also have a room upstairs for group bookings.
185 Kennington Lane, Kennington, London, SE11 4EZ
(020) 7735 1061