Catch the Action


Flat Iron Square

Flat Iron Square, the go-to rugby space in the capital, boasts spectacular screens and rugby stadium themed spaces situated throughout the venue, showing every match and capturing all the action throughout the Championship. Flat Iron Square has a selection of their street food vendors offering up tasty dishes from each of the participating nations for people to choose from which all pair perfectly with a pint of Guinness.

To make the experience even more special, there’s also a GUINNESS Six Nations quiz, weekly darts tournament, a vintage games night, live podcasts from Rugby Pod and Flats & Shanks, commentary via Gameday Live as well as the one-off chance to meet some rugby legends.

Flat Iron Square, London

Depot Cardiff

Re-launching in a brand new 22,000 sq ft location on Curran Embankment, Depot will provide a unique experience, complete with Hoof Burgers, Ffwerness Pizza and pints of GUINNESS. 
One of Cardiff’s most contemporary venues, Depot is kitted out with two huge screens for fans to watch all the rugby action. There will also be local talent performing after the games, and a live podcast from The Rugby Pod on 5th March.

Depot, Cardiff


A container village situated in the heart of Newcastle, STACK is home to delicious street food from around the world and live music. A vibrant place boasting 14 street food outlet, offering a variety of international cuisines, such as Sushi Me Rolling, Boogie Burger and Soul Shack Vegan Grill. During the championship, STACK will have a complete GUINNESS make-over and will offer a bespoke and extensive drinks menu for all customers to enjoy.

STACK, Newcastle

The Oast House

The Oast House is hosting the ultimate rugby experience for GUINNESS Six Nations Championship. Fans will be able to watch all the action accompanied by rugby legends, rugby themed mini games, savour delicious snacks from the grub menu, and, of course, enjoy a nice pint of the good stuff.

The Oast House, Manchester

The Pear Tree

The Pear Tree, housed in one of Edinburgh’s most historic buildings, was built in 1759, the same year The GUINNESS Company was established. Seeing many a famous resident pass through its doors over the years, including Thomas Blaclock, Rabbie Burns and the Usher family, The Pear Tree now plays host to rugby fans enjoying a pint of GUINNESS in the courtyard, with one of the largest outdoor sports screens in Scotland. Complete with an open courtyard, delicious grill menu offerings, indoor screens and an open courtyard flanked by 170-year-old pear trees, this is the perfect place to catch the action for the GUINNESS SIX NATIONS Championship 2020.

The Pear Tree, Edinburgh