The sports bar is showing every match as it happens, on a big screen, so supporters will get to watch their favourite national team doing battle.

Scotland and Ireland get the tournament underway on Saturday February 4, but it’s England who are in the hunt for back-to-back Grand Slam titles. If they succeed, they will break the All Blacks’ record for most consecutive test wins set in late 2016.Six-Nations-630x403

England’s opening clash with France at Twickenham, also on the Saturday, has been billed as ‘Le Crunch’ and fans will be keen to see the home side make an impressive start.

Shooters, part of the Bierkeller complex, will be screening all afternoon and evening matches and tables can be booked to guarantee VIP seats in front of the big screen.

“The Six Nations is the world’s greatest rugby tournament and there’s nothing quite like the atmosphere of watching matches surrounded by other fans,” said Isaac Mayne, Head of Marketing and Promotions for the Burning Night Group which owns Bierkeller.

Screened games begin with Scotland v Ireland (2.25pm) and England v France (4.50pm) on February 4, followed by:

February 5 – Italy v Wales (2pm)

February 11 – Italy v Ireland (2.25pm) and Wales v England (4.50pm)

February 12 – France v Scotland (3pm)

February 25 – Scotland v Wales (2.25pm) and Ireland v France (4.50pm)

February 26 – England v Italy (3pm)

March 10 – Wales v Ireland (8.05pm)

March 11 – Italy v France (1.30pm) and England v Scotland (4pm)

March 18 – Scotland v Italy (12.30pm), France v Wales (2.45pm) and Ireland v England (5pm)


To book seats and grab a great view of the action, visit: