The Three Sisters, Edinburgh
From raucous cheers to celebratory beers, The Three Sisters Pub proudly represents all things patriotic. Based right in the heart of Edinburgh with live music and outdoor screenings, no-one appreciates the World Cup quite like The Three Sisters. Enjoy proper pub grub as well as quirky street food while belting out your national anthem and enjoying everything the Rugby World Cup has to offer.
Waxy O’Connors, Glasgow
From a choice of 3 floors, 6 bars and 9 different seating areas, Waxy’s is expected to be the home of rugby for Glasgow, screening all the World Cup matches along with the finest food and drink. Whether you’re watching a nail-biting match hiding behind your pint or cheering loud and clear, Waxy’s provides a homely feel, experiencing a classic Glaswegian day of rugby and revelry.
The Brotherhood of Pursuits and Pastimes, Leeds
The Brotherhood is the bastion of taste and sport. It is one of the best spots in Yorkshire to watch live rugby with 9 screens to choose from and a plethora of pints. Enjoy a classic northern day out with the family preceding a victorious celebration (here’s hoping), as well as an electric atmosphere. There is no better pub in Leeds than The Brotherhood to watch a World Cup Win.
The Alexander Pope, Twickenham
Only a drop kick away from the stadium, The Alexander Pope exudes British tradition. Whether you brave the outdoors and watch from the terrace or huddle inside with a burger and beer, this spot is a firm favourite for rugby fans from far and wide. Its family friendly atmosphere welcomes all ages, as well as its feel-good live music, so be sure to make a day of it and experience a quintessential English rugby day out.
Behold, for match day at Garrick is a day to remember. The Irish blood roaring with pride as the rugby world cup entices the biggest of the best fans with a competitive yet friendly atmosphere filling the little room left, with what being packed like sardines. Enjoy the perfect pint in honour of your country and celebrate in true Celtic style.
Old Arcade, Cardiff
Rugby in Wales extends way beyond a sport. The passion and pride throughout Cardiff on match day is like no other. Old Arcade remains one of the most iconic pubs to watch a Rugby World Cup match, inundated with patriots and pride. Relish in cracking cask ales on tap as well as a home-cooked menu, ready for a night of celebrations ahead. With 7 screens to catch every move, the Old Arcade celebrates rugby internationally and revels in what will always be, more than just a sport.