Find rugby pubs near you
Unsure where to watch the rugby? Below you’ll find some of the best rugby pubs in London and the south of England. Find pubs near you showing rugby live on TV, with Sky Sports and BT Sport. View fixture lists and find a pub showing your game, with great drinks, food and unbeatable atmospheres. Grab a pint of your favourite beer and settle in to support your favourite team, surrounded by fellow rugby fans.
The Lock, Stock & Barrel, Newbury
The Lock Stock & Barrel is a popular, traditional pub situated right on the bank of the River Kennet. Dog friendly and widely regarded as one of the best pubs in Newbury.
The New Forest, Ashurst
In the heart of the New Forest lies this stunning Ashurst pub - the perfect retreat for a pint or Sa bite to eat. The New Forest serves up an exciting menu, fresh ales and a great view, including great transport links to london.
The Old Custom House, Portsmouth
One of Portsmouth's original naval buildings, The Old Customs House in the heart of Gunwharf Quays is always ready to serve. So whether you try the fresh food or premium drinks, you won't be let down.
The Old House at Home, Romsey
Romsey's only thatched pub, The Old House at Home is an anomaly - a quintessential country pub in the heart of town! A special place to eat and drink, this historic pub dates back to the 16th century.
The Ox Row Inn, Salisbury
A Grade II listed pub dating back to the 16th century, where you can expect a warm, friendly welcome, good old fashioned service, outstanding ales and delicious fresh food.
The Paper Mill, Apsley
A modern pub & restaurant, on the banks of the canal, is known for excellent pub food, great ales & friendly service, warm log fires & an outdoor terrace, it's a family-friendly pub for all seasons.
The Parcel Yard, King's Cross Station
Raising the bar for station pub food, The Parcel Yard delivers first class 'train fare'. In a Grade I listed building, this beautiful pub spans two floors and showcases original features throughout.
The Pavilion End, St Paul's
Fine food, great cask ales and a warm welcome make this excellent city pub well worth a visit. Just down the road from St Paul's Cathedral, it's a great place to stop for lunch while exploring London