Where To Watch The Rugby World Cup In Bath
The Rugby World Cup begins this weekend as 20 teams battle it out for World Champion bragging rights. But if you can’t make the trip to Japan too watch the action unfold, then we’ve got next best thing with venues around Bath showing every stage of the RWC. Read below as we’ve put together our recommendations on where to watch the Rugby World Cup in Bath.
There is nothing more frustrating than being sat watching the big game and then the TV suddenly shuts off! Well, any such fears are non-existent at Century Casino with their 27 screen venue meaning you’ll be able to watch the Rugby World Cup action unfold in spectacular fashion. If you want something different to your usual half-time entertainment then why not head to one of the Casino tables and try your luck off the pitch whilst your team strives for success on it.
Address: Saw Close, Bath BA1 1EY
Telephone: 01225 308990
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The Pig & Fiddle
The Pig & Fiddle is one of Bath’s many ideal locations for watching all of the biggest games at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Hosting a range of indoor and outdoor TV’s, this iconic pub in the heart of Bath offers a selection of fantastic food and drink for each and every punter to enjoy as you watch every kick of the rugby action take place right in front of you. Visitors to the pub will be surrounded by some of the city’s most iconic sporting memorabilia, making this one of the best spots to watch sport in the city.
Address: 2, Saracen Street, Bath, BA1 5BR
Telephone: 01225 460868
If tradition is what you’re after, then the Saracens Head is the televised sports venue for you this weekend as the Rugby World Cup gets booted into touch. Situated in a quirky part of Bath, this pub is one of the City’s most-flocked too venues so make sure to get there early to guarantee your seat as the whistle is blown on the biggest rugby competition in the world.
Address: 42 Broad Street, Bath, BA1 5LP
Telephone: 01225 426518
The Assembly Inn
The Assembly Inn offers a modern twist on live sporting entertainment with this modern pub showcasing an array of different live sports every night of the week. If flights to Japan were out of your budget, then a few pints at The Assembly Inn is the next best thing if you’re looking for the perfect city centre location to watch the RWC.
Address: 16/17 Alfred Street, Bath, BA1 2QU
Telephone: 01255 333639
Flan O’Briens is the definition of a sports bar with its multitude of television screens partnered with ice-cold beers making it one of the best locations to watch the action of the Rugby World Cup play out in the centre of Bath. An Irish bar at heart means you’ll always get a friendly welcome at this city-centre boozer with an array of beverages making it one of Bath’s best bars to watch live sport.
Address: 21 Westgate Street, Bath, BA1 1EP
Telephone: 01225 312914
The question now is who will lift the trophy?