Where can I watch Six Nations? Best sports bars in Newcastle to see the rugby, according to Google reviews

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The Six Nations has returned and, with pubs and bars set to be full of fans watching the action, here’s where you should head to in Newcastle

The Six Nations is back for its 2023 edition, keeping rugby fans on the edge of their seats over the next five weekends from today (February 4) until March 18. Unless you’re lucky enough to be watching inside one of the six host stadiums, the next best thing is the atmosphere at a packed-out pub or sports bar.

The six sides aiming for grand slam glory by the end of March remain the same. England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Italy and France will play matches over the coming weeks.

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There are dozens of cool venues dotted in and around Newcastle showing the tournament, many of which boast fun activities if you’re feeling competitive as well as hearty food and drink options to tide you over, too. Here are three of the best sports bars in which to kick back and watch the Six Nations in Newcastle, according to Google reviews.

Bar 52 Sports Bar

“Very big open space when we arrived, 2 pool tables to use, Karaoke machine too and cheap drinks”

Where: 55, Degrees North, Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6BJ

Open: 12pm - 12am

City Vaults

“The atmosphere is incredible here. If you are in Newcastle, definitely come here.”

Where: 13 Bigg Market, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1UN

Open: 12pm- 3am

“Fantastic place, excellent staff, lovely food and I can’t wait to return!”

Where: Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4BT

Open: 12pm-11am

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