However, if you can’t make it to the stadium or are unable to watch the Welsh rugby team play away, we’re here to help!
Porter’s will be showing all of the Welsh team’s Six Nations games in both its Bar and Theatre. For a lively and equally relaxed venue to watch the Six Nation’s, then this is a great choice.
Clwb Ifor Bach
Clwb Ifor Back will be showing the first Wales v England game on the 23rd February. Entry is free and open to all ages.
The Owain Glyndwr
Tiger Tiger, Cardiff
Tiger Tiger is one of Cardiff’s most popular clubs and will be showing all of Wales’s games across the venue’s 4 projectors and over 30 plasma screens. Visit their website to book their special Hospitality & Post Match Drinks packages.
You can watch all of this year’s Six Nations games at Zero Degrees with a selection of their signature homemade beers.
Milk & Sugar
Milk and Sugar has been chosen as the official WRU fan zone site for Wale’s home games on the 23rd February and 16th March, and will be showing every game apart from those on a Friday evening or Sunday.
Elevens Bar & Grill
Pop into Elevens Bar and Grill to see every game of this year’s tournament.
The Red Dragon Centre (Cardiff Bay Tavern / Grosvenor Casino)
Catch all the matches of this year’s tournament on the Cardiff Bay Tavern’s big screens, including France v Wales on the 1st February.
The Pipeworks Bar, Pontyclun
If you are in Pontyclun visit this cosy microbar, where you can watch every game of the tournament.
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