The Six Nations is back and if you’re wondering where the best places are to watch the action, here’s your guide.

The Rutland & Derby

Catch the action over 6 screens with some tasty food on offer from their Street Food Collective whilst you’re there. As an added bonus, during every England game you can order a pint and a pint sized classic poutine for £10.

The Globe

Head over to The Globe to catch every game on their projector screen. Always accompanied by their tasty selection of pub grub and classic range of drinks.

The Distillery

Screens everywhere. You won’t miss a second of any of the games. Or you can have one eye on the football and one eye on the rugby. Plus if you book a table for the first game (Friday 2 February) you can enjoy a free pint of Guinness. Just quote ‘6N Guinness’ when you book via the website.

Sixes Social Cricket

Did you know that Sixes is also a sports bar? Catch every game on their screens around the venue whilst you’re enjoying a bite to eat or in between time on the nets. This is also a great option for families as the kids can have fun playing whilst you sneak in time for a pint of Guinness and watching the game.

The Kings Head

Always a good choice for sports. Enjoy a range of ales and beers, plus a big old cob and samosa whilst enjoying the games. There are multiple screens downstairs in the pub and also in their covered and heated roof terrace.


For more classic sports bar vibes head down to Walkabout. There are LOADS of screens, including private screens in your table booth. Plus if you don’t want to keep going to the bar you can order their 8 pint beer towers for the table. P.S. You can also tie in a game with their Wings & Bottomless Bevvies option. Enjoy 25 wings washed down with 90 minutes of bottomless drinks (and it includes Guinness). Priced at £25 and only available until 7pm Sunday – Friday and 2pm on Saturdays.


When sport and Guinness combine it leads you to O’Neill’s. Every game shown on their big screens with drinks deals and full food menu served. Why not add on a slot at Arrowsmiths for after the game?


For more traditional Irish vibes, head over to Duffy’s on Pocklingtons Walk. All the games, all the action, all the Guinness, all the Irish fun.