The Six Nations is officially back from February 4, and luckily for us Brummies– there are plenty of places to watch it with mates over the coming weekends. Pull up a seat in front of the big screen, order a beer and relax with our guide to where to watch the Six Nations in Birmingham.
Bierkeller is one of the most thriving bars in Birmingham and frequently screens live sports. All the games will be showing across twenty screens, two projector screens and a massive LED superscreen to accommodate rugby fans. You won’t miss a second of the action heading here. Book your table for the World Cup now, with several packages ready to snap up. Head here to learn more.
21-22 Essex St, Birmingham B5 4TR
If anyone loves rugby more than the Brits, it has to be the Aussies. So where better to watch watch all the action than Walkabout? Catch all the Six Nations rugby action on their massive HD screens. To make sure you never run out of drink during game time, Walkabout will be serving double the drinks with huge two pint glasses. Not only that, but you can also book your very own Brewdog Keg to enjoy. Just make sure to fill up on Walkabout’s special Six Nations Burger before you get too far gone.
Langley Buildings, Birmingham B1 2DS
3. The Brasshouse
A great sports pub in Birmingham all-year-round, The Brasshouse regularly shows rugby, football and horse racing here. So you know the clientele will know how to bring a great atmosphere to the occasion. If you’re after a pint of local cask ale and some pub grub whilst watching the rugby, The Brasshouse will be showing every scrum, tackle and try live. Every game will be playing on its HD screens. It’s bound to get busy, however, so book your table now.
44 Broad Street, B1 2HP
4. The Gosta Green
As the European elite of rugby battle it out for glory, head down to The Gosta Green to catch all the action on huge HD screens and sample a wide selection of craft beers. Near Aston University, this Brummie bar offers a thrilling sporting atmosphere and some smashing food and drink offers. Why not try one of their bottomless brunches (with Guinness!) for £25 for England’s first game? The pub is pretty laid-back whatever time of day it may be and you can book your place on The Gosta Green website.
Holt Street, Birmingham B7 4BG
Hennessey’s Bar looks set to show all the drama this February and March. Six Nations will take centre stage over three bars and five rooms, with a total of 20 screens to watch all the games – this includes a giant outdoor LED screen and indoor big screen. The atmosphere is bound to be incredible. You can also book a table in the basement for £50 – and you will receive a £50 tab to spend on food and drinks throughout the day.
Hennesseys’, 30-31 Allison St, Birmingham B5 5TJ
6. The Bristol Pear
For brilliant bar snacks, like pizza and wings, and a serious selection of craft beers to enjoy with teh rugby – check out The Bristol Pear. Catch every bit of action of the Guinness Six Nations on huge HD screens. This is a great local in Selly Oak with a friendly atmosphere inviting to all. Scrum on down before the tournament is over.
676 Bristol Rd, Birmingham B29 6BJ
7. The Button Factory
This Jewellery Quarter staple offers a, slightly, more stylish way to take in the Six Nations this year. The Button Factory offers bottomless brunches, cracking cocktails and a stunning rooftop terrace. A great place to catch the action without finding the atmosphere too raucous.
25 Frederick St, Birmingham B1 3HH
The Irish pub is maybe the most obvious choice when it comes to where to watch the Six Nations. If you want to be surrounded by diehard rugby fans, this is pub for you. O’Neills is designed for big sporting events like this. Every last scrum, tackle and drop-kick of all the home nations games will be playing over the next six weeks. The pub is getting proper stuck into this Six Nations by offering plenty of drinks packages too.
Broad St, Birmingham B1 2HG