31 Jan 2019
To catch all the live action this Six Nations, check out this handy guide for the best Young’s pubs in London to watch the rugby. As well as giant screens, private rooms and unrestricted viewing areas, Young’s have teamed up with Championship headline sponsor Guinness® to offer fans a free round of the black stuff* when booking a table and dining.
The Ship, Wandsworth
41 Jews Row, Wandsworth, London SW18 1TB, www.theship.co.uk
One of the oldest pubs on the Thames, The Ship has been watering parched ship mates for over 233 years. Guinness® will be taking over the pub with fully decked out areas during the tournament, offering fans the chance to bag the best seat in the house. Outdoors, the Burger Shack will be serving up some of the juiciest burgers in town and eleven large screens mean there’s room for everyone to soak up the match-day atmosphere.
To make a booking email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on T: 020 8870 9667
The Alma, Wandsworth
499 Old York Rd, Wandsworth, London SW18 1TF, www.almawandsworth.com
A short walk from the stadium, this large Victorian-era Young’s pub welcomes supporters of all teams. A staunch rugby pub, The Alma promises a big game atmosphere with six new and improved screens all with surround sound. Upstairs, fans will find a cosy secluded room complete with a large screen and its very own bar along with specialty set menus such as The Dug Out, The Twickers and The Webb Ellis from £20pp.
To make a booking email email@example.com or call on T: 020 8870 2537
Smiths of Smithfield, Farringdon
66-77 Charterhouse Street, London EC1M 6HJ, www.smithsofsmithfield.co.uk
Ready to ‘ruck and roll’? This recently refurbished Farringdon landmark provides the ultimate viewing experience for rugby lovers. On the ground floor, catch the games on the big screen or book ahead to secure one of two private hires, each with a 50inch TV and catering for up 16 people in the form of drinks packages and sharing boards, starting from £100.
To make a booking email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on T: 020 7251 7950
Kings Arms, Wandsworth
94-96 Wandsworth High Street, London SW18 4LB, www.kingsarmswandsworth.co.uk
With the social side of watching sport firmly in mind, the recently opened King’s Arms has a selection of spaces to catch the action with matches shown on four big screens. Book early to secure a heated hut that can seat up to 25 people and comes complete with a TV, speakers and blankets. Alternatively, retreat in the heated beer garden to enjoy endless pints from the guys at Guinness® and a new menu at the Burger Shack.
To make a booking email email@example.com or call on T: 020 3437 0006
The Boat House, Putney
32 Brewhouse Ln, London SW15 2JX, www.boathouseputney.co.uk
A popular pre-game stop-off for many fans following the river walking route from the city to the stadium. Kick off game day with a special sharing menu featuring a brunch platter, a round of Guinness® and steak, ideal for a group of mates to tackle, washed down with a fantastic selection of speciality ales. With an atmosphere to rival Twickenham, fantastic food and buckets of beer aplenty, there is no better place to catch the action.
To make a booking email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on T: 020 8789 0476