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The ultimate venue to watch the Six Nations in London

Don’t miss a moment of Six Nations excitement, passion, and energy!

Watch our world-class teams go head-to-head on the big screens and experience the best atmosphere in town courtesy of our Sports Bar, the home of sport in London.

Catch all the action on our two giant and 14 smaller screens.

Why not reserve a set and enjoy table service for drinks and food? From burgers to chicken wings, our menu has something for everyone.

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The Six Nations Championship is an annual international rugby union competition contested by the national teams of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales. The teams play each other in a round-robin format, with the team that earns the most points being declared the champion. Points are awarded based on the outcome of the match, with teams earning 4 points for a win, 2 points for a draw, and 0 points for a loss. Bonus points can also be earned for scoring 4 or more tries in a match, or for losing by 7 points or fewer. The tournament typically takes place between February and March. It kicks off on the 4th February 2023.

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  1. Exciting and physical gameplay: Rugby Six Nations features some of the most intense and physical matches in the sport.
  2. Competitive teams: The teams in the Rugby Six Nations are some of the best in the world and each match is highly competitive.
  3. Strong rivalries: The teams have long-standing rivalries with one another, adding to the intensity of each match.
  4. National pride: The Rugby Six Nations is a major event for the participating countries and fans are deeply invested in their national teams.
  5. International players: The Rugby Six Nations features some of the best players from around the world, making it a showcase of the sport's top talent.
  6. Colourful and passionate fans: The fans of Rugby Six Nations are passionate and bring a lot of energy to the matches.
  7. Great venues: The matches take place in some of the most iconic stadiums in the world.
  8. Tradition: The Rugby Six Nations has a long history and tradition, dating back to 1883.
  9. Potential for upsets: With so many competitive teams, there is always the potential for upsets, making for an exciting tournament.
  10. TV coverage: The Rugby Six Nations is broadcast on TV around the world, making it accessible for rugby fans everywhere to watch. For the best experience outside of the stadium, watch at The Kings Sports Bar.

The Six Nations Championship is one of the world's oldest and most prestigious international rugby union tournaments, with a rich history dating back over a century. The tournament began in 1883 as the Home Nations Championship, which included only England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales' national teams. Since the first match in 1883, the tournament has been played annually, excluding the years during the two World Wars.

Following the inclusion of France in 1910, the tournament became known as the Five Nations. In 2000, Italy joined, and it was rebranded as the Six Nations Championship. Since then, it has been played annually and is one of the major highlights of the rugby calendar.

Over the years, several teams have shown their dominance, with England, Wales, and France being the most successful, each winning the tournament numerous times. Ireland has also had strong performances in recent years with 14 outright wins and 9 shared wins.

The Six Nations Championship is also known for its intense rivalries, mostly centring around England as they battle Wales, France and Ireland. These matches are always highly-anticipated and generate a lot of excitement among fans.

The tournament is also known for its passionate and vocal fans who travel worldwide to attend the matches, creating a lively and electric atmosphere in the stadiums. The tournament also has a legacy of producing some of the best players in the world, and many of the current top international players have cut their teeth in the Six Nations.



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