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Six Nations 2024: 16 places you can watch the rugby in Liverpool

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Six Nations 2024: 16 places you can watch the rugby in Liverpool

The Six Nations is back again in 2024 and set to be a big one, with Ireland having won the Grand Slam last year.

The tournament is here until March 16 and if you are wanting to watch the Six Nations, Liverpool has loads of venues that are perfect to catch all the action.

Check out these 16 places that will be showing the matches:

Roxy Lanes (School Lane)

Roxy Lanes Liverpool
Credit: Roxy Lanes Liverpool

The city’s newest venue by Roxy Leisure, Roxy Lanes, recently opened and there’s loads to do, like bowling, ice-free curling, tech darts and more. Best of all, it’s got a great bar with loads of screens showing live sport. And if you’re peckish, there’s a food menu too, featuring tasty pizzas, sides and more.

Find out more here.


Punch Tarmey’s (Cains Brewery Village)

Punch Tarmey’s in the Baltic Triangle will be showing every Six Nations game live on all of their screens, 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!

Find out more here.


The Bridewell (Campbell Square)

The Bridewell is an old grade-II listed police station which has been converted into a pub where the jail cells have been converted into separated sitting areas.

The seating areas feature screens throughout so you can catch all of the Six Nations action in it’s unique setting.

Find out more here.


Lime Street Central (Lime Street)

Six Nations Liverpool
Credit: Lime Street Central

You can watch all of the Six Nations games live at Lime Street Central, right in the heart of the City Centre. With three large TV’s and two Projectors, you can watch everything from any table. Download the Greeneking sports app for a special reward on the opening weekend and 10% off drinks while enjoying any sport!

Find out more here.


McCooley’s (Concert Square & Mathew Street)

Six Nations Liverpool
Credit: McCooley’s

McCooley’s will 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.


The Shipping Forecast (Slater Street)

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Slater Street’s The Shipping Forecast will be showing every Six Nations game live. You can book a table right now and keep an eye on its social media channels to find out what deals they’ve got on during the tournament.

Find out more here.


The Long Shot (Royal Albert Dock)

Six Nations Liverpool
Credit: The Long Shot

Royal Albert Dock’s The Long Shot prides itself on being a sports bar with a huge screen (and others) for you to watch matches live. The Six Nations is no exception and it will be showing matches live. There’s a huge range of drinks on offer, including cocktails, and a great food menu too.

Find out more here.


Einstein Bier Haus (Concert Square)

Six Nations Liverpool
Credit: 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 its outdoor area, which also features screens. Not bad.

Reserve a table here.


Pogue Mahone (Seel Street)

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In this Irish Bar’s words, it will be showing “EVERY minute’ of the Six Nations across its big screens. Expect comfy surroundings, friendly staff and a great atmosphere for the rugby.

Find out more here.


Gravity Max

Six Nations Liverpool
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Aside from the copious amounts of activities you can do inside Gravity Max at Liverpool ONE, it has a brilliant bar, beer garden and food offering. And not only that, there is a big screen that shows live sport too, so expect the Six Nations games to be on here.

Find out more here.


The Denbigh Castle (Hackins Hey)

The sister bar of The Bridewell, The Denbigh Castle, just off Dale Street, is a great spot to watch live sport. Like The Bridewell, it’ll be showing the Six Nations action too, along of course with any Everton game on the tele!

Find out more here.


PINS Social Club (Duke Street)

Credit: PINS Social Club

Kicking off on Friday 2nd February as Les Bleus face-off against last year’s winners, Ireland, PINS will be showing all the games LIVE! There’ll be two floors of Six Nations action, plus half-time pizza slices, Guinness, and activities & bowling.


O’Neill’s (Hanover Street)

Six Nations Liverpool
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A really popular place 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!

Find out more here.


King John (Mathew Street)

Credit: King John Liverpool

Mathew Street’s 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.

Find out more here.


Bierkeller Liverpool (Liverpool ONE)

Credir: Bierkeller Liverpool

The Bierkeller are putting on, in their words, |the ultimate Six Nations Rugby experience. They have a huge screen to watch the action on and the steins will be flowing!

More info here.


Yates (Queen Square)

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Credit: Yates Liverpool

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.


Where are you going to watch the Six Nations? Let us know @TheGuideLpool!

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