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Where to watch the Six Nations 2022 in London

Tackle the return of rugby season at these top-quality screenings

Chiara Wilkinson
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Chiara Wilkinson

Taking place between February 5 and March 19, the anticipated Six Nations rugby tournament is back for 2022 – and yes, we’ll be allowed to watch in the pub, with friends, and a pint this year. 

There are loads of rugby pubs and bars all over London showing the fixtures, but if you’re looking for big screens and loads of seats, check out our pick of the best places to watch the ruggers in the capital. 

We’ll be updating this list with more places when they are announced. 

Best Places to Watch Six Nations in London

  • Attractions
  • Community centres
  • Bloomsbury

Do you hail from the other side of the Severn Bridge? If Wales are playing, the London Welsh Centre is the place to go. The venue’s 170-square-foot screen’s not too shabby either. Iechyd da! 

London Welsh Centre. £10. Find out more here

  • Bars and pubs
  • Pubs
  • Finsbury Park
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Get to Finsbury Park’s beloved rugby pub The Faltering Fullback at least two hours early if you want to secure a table – if not, it’s standing room only, and things get real cosy. If you lose your mates in the nook-filled three-storey beer garden, just make new ones. Much easier.

Faltering Fullback. Free entry, arrive as early as possible.

  • Attractions
  • Wembley

For those tired of cramming themselves into poky pubs, try Boxpark Croydon or Wembley. Each venue will be set up with large HD screens and a solid choice of street-food vendors for the  Six Nations. The crowds will be huge, but the indoor-outdoor set-up allows for some space to breathe, which means you’re much less likely to spend the game in the armpit of a stranger’s England jersey. 

Various Boxpark venues. General admission £5, register in advance. Find out more here

  • Restaurants
  • Pop up restaurant
  • Paddington

Sitting on a rooftop might seem like an odd thing to do in February, but Pergola Paddington is completely covered and has decent-sized screens showing the Six Nations. When you’re staring wistfully out the window at a low point in the game, you’ll have a damn good view across the city. 

Pergola Paddington. Free entry, book a table in advance.

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