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Six Nations 2020: 11 places you can watch the rugby in Liverpool

21/02/2020

Rugby fans, rejoice! The Six Nations is back and in full swing for another year and the stakes have never been higher.


The Six Nations has returned, after a somewhat disappointing end for the northern hemisphere at the Rugby World Cup in Japan.

The tournament is here until 14th March and if you are in Liverpool and wondering where to go to catch all the action, we have you covered.

Here’s 11 venues in Liverpool that will meet all of your rugby viewing needs.

Punch Tarmey's

Punch Tarmey’s will be showing every Six Nations game live on all 17 of their screens, including their 8ft tall video wall, so no matter how busy it gets, you’ll be able to see what’s going on. It’s an Irish bar as well, so naturally, the Guinness will be flowing and if you download their App, you can earn FREE pints!

Find out more here.

Einstein Bier Haus

Einstein Bier Haus in Concert Square has everything you need to watch the rugby. There’s over 30 screens, copious amounts of steins and great food and if the weather isn’t bad, then you have to check out their outdoor area, which also features screens. Not bad.

Reserve a table here.

O'Neill's

One of the most popular destinations to catch the Six Nations is of course O’Neill’s on Hanover Street. There is absolutely no doubt that on a game day this place will be packed out and the atmosphere will be sensational. If you can’t handle missing a second of the rugby, then you can pre-order your drinks to your table (if you’re lucky enough to have one) and pay with the O’Neill’s App. Lovely!

Visit their website here.

King John Liverpool

Brand new addition to Mathew Street, King John is all about traditional beers, great music and a fantastic atmosphere. They’ll be showing all the games live on their screens and there are some great drinks deals to get stuck into as well. You won’t be short of atmosphere in this place at the weekend.

See their Facebook page here.

Camp & Furnace

Camp and Furnace have decided to get in on the Six Nations action too and are putting on a Fan Park, with FREE entry. If you’ve been to Camp and Furnace before, you’ll know the venue is massive, so you’ll definitely have room to move around. Also the atmosphere is always good and they have numerous bars, so you won’t need to queue for too long.

Find out more here.

McCooley's Liverpool

McCooley’s will also be showing all of the Six Nations matches, with commentary. Situated across two sites, on Concert Square and Mathew Street, McCooley’s offers a huge space to grab a drink, play a few games of pool or shuffleboard and enjoy live sport. Grab one of their spice boxes while you’re there too!

Book a table here.

Fly In The Loaf

The Fly in the Loaf is one of Liverpool’s classic pubs and is great to visit any day of the week. The good news is, they will be putting on the rugby too. They are based in the city centre on Hardman Street and they’re putting on a special food menu with a burger inspired by each of the nations competing.

Find out more here.

Bierkeller

The Bierkeller complex is a great spot if you want to watch sport, in the heart of Liverpool ONE. The Bavarian-themed venue will be showing all of the Six Nations games on their screens, including the massive 4k screen they have and you can enjoy some bratwurst and a stein for good measure while you’re there.

More info here.

Philharmonic Pub

One of the most iconic pubs in Liverpool, The Philharmonic Dining Rooms was recently awarded Grade I status (the same as Buckingham Palace!) and have announced they will be showing all of the rugby action. With loads of drinks on tap and unique surroundings, this is a great spot to watch sport.

Find out more here.

Yates Queen Square

Yates Queen Square is right in the heart of the city centre and is a hotspot for watching live sport. This will be no different for the Six Nations, as they’ll be streaming all the games live and if you book a table, you could win a beer tower for you and your mates. Also, make sure you tackle their special Six Nations burger. Can you beat it?

Find out more here.

Roxy Ballroom

Not only does Roxy Ballroom stream all of the sport going on, but they do across two locations in Liverpool! Based on Hanover Street and Rainford Square, you’ll be able to enjoy all the action, while having a go at bowling, mini-golf, pool, shuffleboard and more.

Visit their website here.

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