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Six Great Places to Watch the Six Nations
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January 2024
Reading time 4 Minutes

The Guinness Six Nations Championship kicks off this weekend, so don't miss a tackle or a try as we round up the best places to watch the highly-anticipated first round

Join your friends, get a pint from the bar and don't miss a single fixture (from 2nd February-16th March) at these pubs in the North East and Yorkshire.

The 2024 Six Nations kicks off on 2nd February at 8pm when France host champions Ireland, and England kick-off their tournament at 2.15pm on 3rd February against Italy. As things stand, Ireland and France are the bookies’ favourites, with England lagging behind.

Baby Guiness at Leaping Salmon Leaping Salmon

Leaping Salmon

Golden Square, Bank Hill, Berwick TD15 1BG
With a pool table and HD screens, the Leaping Salmon is a cosy place to support sport. Even better, this venue is dog friendly, so you can bring your four-legged friends along too. Order shots of baby Guinness to get in the spirit.

The Hancock

2a Hancock Street, Newcastle NE2 4PU
With BT Sport and Sky Sports access, The Hancock is a popular pub for sports fans, so head along early to bag a table. It also means there’s always a great atmosphere that you just won’t get from your sofa at home. Of course there’s lager and craft beer on tap too.

The Rimswell

236–248 Bishopton Road West, Fairfield, Stockton TS19 7HE
There’s a screen in every corner of this Teesside favourite so you won’t miss a moment of the action. Plus, food is served ’til late so you can enjoy some good pub grub whilst you watch. From Thursday to Saturday, celebrate (hopefully) with a bottle of bubbly for just £15.

Pints and food st Tank & Paddle Tank & Paddle

Tank & Paddle

Merchant Exchange, York YO1 6DD
As well as their huge HD screens, Tank & Paddle promise the widest selection of craft beer around and good food and drink deals (including pizza or burger and a drink from £13.50). For that reason, the team recommend you book a table for the busiest rugby event of the year.

The Sloop Inn

46 Beckside, Beverley HU17 0PD
This cheery local in the market town of Beverley shows live sport on HD screens every day – so as you can imagine, the Six Nations screenings are sure to be lively as many cheer on the titans of rugby.

The Adelphi

1–3 Hunslet Road, Leeds LS10 1JQ
Leeds locals can watch the game with premium craft beers and snacks at The Adelphi but you’re advised to reserve a table for the best seats in the (public) house. Order a selection of small plates from grilled goats’ cheese to crispy calamari to keep you going.

Staying in?

Fixtures will be shown on both BBC and ITV. Live streams will be available on the BBC iPlayer and ITVX apps.

England players celebrating

The Fixtures

Friday 2nd February
France v Ireland

Saturday 3rd February
Italy v England
Wales v Scotland

Saturday 10th February
Scotland v France
England v Wales

Sunday 11th February
Ireland v Italy

Saturday 24th February
Ireland v Wales
Scotland v England

Sunday 25th February
France v Italy

Saturday 9th March
Italy v Scotland
England v Ireland

Sunday 10th March
Wales v France

Saturday 16th March
Wales v Italy
Ireland v Scotland
France v England

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