It is that time of year again, yes the Six Nations is upon us, with many matches taking place right on our doorstep at the home of English rugby, Twickenham Stadium.

Didn't manage to get your hands on the high demand tickets?

Never fear, the atmosphere in some of these locations will be enough to rival any stadium, well almost.

First up, it's England Vs France, kicking off at 4.50pm on Saturday February 4.

So grab your friends and family and head down to the local pub and cheer on the roses with a pint or two.

So where can I catch the game?

Many pubs across west London will be screening the matches live, here are just a few we have picked out for you.


The little town of Whitton may only be a stone-throw away from the stadium, but for the stadium locals who haven't managed to grab a ticket, the Admiral Nelson is a perfect alternative.

The pub will be showing all of the Six Nations rugby matches over the six weeks of the tournament.

Prepare for the pub to be particularly busy after the match as many rugby spectators drop in on their walk from the stadium back to Whitton Station.

Where: 123 Nelson Rd, Twickenham TW2 7BB


The Roebuck in Chiswick will be screening all of the Six Nations matches live.

The Victorian gastro pub describes itself as bright and modern and has a new beer on tap for you to enjoy whilst watching the rugby.

Food is available if you need a little something to soak up all of the beer.

Where: 122 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, London W4 1PU


The Sporting Page in Chelsea offers an array of beers to keep you satisfied during the 80 minute game.

The pub is screening all Six Nations matches so jump off the sofa and head out to enjoy the atmosphere with other fans.

Food is also available.

Where: 6 Camera Pl, Chelsea, London SW10 0BH

South Kensington

The site of this pub dates back to 1712 when it was a market garden and nursery.

Now a traditional pub, there is food and an array of drinks to choose from.

The pub will be screening all matches and advise punters to get down early to secure a prime spot.

Where: 15 Selwood Terrace, South Kensington, SW7 3QG


The Fig Tree in Uxbridge will be screening all Six Nations matches and also has food on the menu, perfect if you want to bring your family out to watch the match.

Where: 49 Windsor Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1AB


Head down to the Watkin's Folly Bar and Restaurant to enjoy the game on the big screen.

The Irish-run bar screens all major sporting events and has food available if you are feeling peckish at half-time.

Where: 1 Empire Way, Wembley HA9 0EW


The Cock Tavern will be perfect for rugby fans planning to soak up a pub atmosphere whilst watching the match.

Food is available along with an array of drinks on tap.

All of the Six Nations matches will be screened during the six weeks.

Where: 360 North End Rd, Fulham SW6 1LY


The Moon Under the Water is a family friendly pub showing all of the rugby matches throughout the tournament.

Located just a short walk from the high street, this pub is easily accessible.

Where: 84-86 Staines Rd, Hounslow TW3 3LF


Just down the road from North Ealing Tube station, the Greystoke is a traditional British pub offering pub food with a range of ales on tap.

You will be able to catch all of the Six Nations matches here.

Where: 7 Queen's Dr, London W5 3HU

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