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5 places to watch the 6 Nations in Fulham 

Looking for somewhere to get a piece of the rugby action? Duh! Here are our top five bookable spots in Fulham.

The Durrell Arms, SW6 5SA

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If you’re crying out for that classic sports bar vibe, The Durrell is your spot. There will be a big atmosphere here- the kind where you’ll be slapping strangers on the back when the right team score and screaming at the ref together for missing something crucial. There’s a big, communal screen and then separate booths with their own screens too so you’ll not be far from the action. 

The White Horse, SW6 4UL

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This classic Parsons Green stomping ground which is always, always busy. It’s a strange day when there aren’t people spilling onto the pavement outside. For the rugby, expect it to be busy as ever- they’re putting up a screen especially for the occasion. 

The Temperance Fulham, SW6 3LF

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Just off Putney Bridge, The Temperance Fulham is the kind of place you can hunker down in for the whole day. There’s a pool table if you need to destress away from the action for a second, and loads of pizza and burger deals to turn to when the nervous energy has burned through all your reserves. And there’s a great happy hour deal of 2-4-1 cocktails to make the most of too. 

McGettigan’s, SW6 1AA

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As the name suggests, McGettigan’s is a classic Irish pub. Grab a perfectly pulled Guinness (or two) and cozy up in front of one of their 13 screens for the match. 

The Rose, SW6 2AF

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A little more of a ‘classy aesthetic’ The Rose is tucked away just off the  New Kings Road. They’ve got a really nice outdoor terrace to cool off in and they’re installing a big screen for all your rugby-viewing needs. Plus, throughout the 6 Nations you can  enjoy a match day burger, fries and pint for just £15. Now that is a guaranteed win! 

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