Watch Six Nations Rugby at one of Bristol’s top cultural hotspots

Watch Six Nations Rugby at one of Bristol’s top cultural hotspots

Posted on: 27 Jan 2023

Searching high and low for a Bristol venue with a buzzing atmosphere and a massive screen to enjoy The Six Nations? Look no further than Propyard.


Bristol’s rugby fans can rejoice as Feeder Road’s Propyard is all set to screen the Six Nations on a massive screen. With England’s first game versus Scotland taking place on Saturday 4 February, the venue is inviting fans to grab a pint and enjoy all the action.


These screenings are ticketed so grab yours here.



Propyard will be showing all 5 of the England games, and 4 of the Wales games that fall on the same date as the England game. Tickets for each match are priced at only £5 and include a free drink of a choice from beer, Guinness, cider, wine, single spirit and mixer or soft drink. 


The atmosphere is guaranteed to be electric with both Welsh and English fans flocking to the venue to enjoy one of the world’s most celebrated sporting events. This will culminate with an unmissable England vs Wales match on Saturday 25 February, Propyard will provide the ultimate setting for one of the most anticipated clashes of the year. 


Propyard will also be providing a range of scrum-ptious snacks to soak up any pre-game nerves and Bristol’s Smoking Buns have been called upon to take over the venue’s kitchen on matchdays. Fans can expect burgers, chips and classic bar snacks as England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France and Italy do battle.


With food, bevvies and a screen big enough for almost any stadium, it’s fair to say that Propyard’s Crane Room is the perfect space to immerse yourself in the action. If the venue’s matchday coverage is anything to go by, then this is THE place to watch the tournament unfold.

Tickets for Six Nations Rugby at Propyard are limited and can be purchased for only £5 here.


Follow Propyard on Facebook to keep up to date with the venue’s busy programme of events.

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Article by:

Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturday’s are spent watching his team both home and away.