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Rue de la soif | Courtesy Eden Park Pub

Where To Watch Six Nations Rugby In Paris

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Emma Jewson
Updated: 7 October 2016
Rugby devotees in Paris can be forgiven for thinking that they’re spending the Six Nations in the wrong city. Sure, the Southern teams have traditionally dominated rugby unions in France, but the French capital is home of the Stade de France, and as a city that doesn’t slack, Paris won’t leave you stuck for finding somewhere great to catch all the matches.

 

Stade de France

Who are we kidding? There’s nothing like seeing it in person. The Stade de France is the fifth-largest stadium in Europe, and with over 80,000 seats, the atmosphere often reaches fever pitch.

Stade de France, 93216 St. Denis, France

 

Courtesy of Eden Park Pub

Courtesy of Eden Park Pub

Eden Park Pub

Few sports bars in Paris have the rugby kudos of The Eden Park Pub, named after the biggest stadium in New Zealand and founded by members of the Racing Club de France. It’s a dedicated rugby bar that has the sport in its DNA. Grab a pint, settle in, soak up the atmosphere and stick around for some detailed post-match analysis with the regulars. Eden Park Pub is located on the famous Rue Princesse, nicknamed ‘rue de la soif’ (street of thirst) thanks to its abundance of great places to grab a drink.

Eden Park Pub, 10 Rue Princesse, Paris, France

 

Courtesy of Little Temple Bar

Courtesy of Little Temple Bar

Little Temple Bar

Also found on the rue de la soif, this homage to Dublin’s own celebrated drinking street prides itself on an authentic atmosphere, a huge screen and a great selection of beers. Mix all of that up with some famous Dubliner hospitality, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a better place to watch the Ireland matches.

Little Temple Bar, 12 Rue Princesse, Paris, France +33

 

Courtesy of Galway Irish Pub

Courtesy of Galway Irish Pub

Galway Irish Pub

An Irish pub is a classic watering hole for those looking for sports, beer and atmosphere, and The Galway is a cozy alternative to Corcoran’s and O’Connell’s, while still in the very center of Paris. The staff pours a good pint of Guinness, and the Rugby World Cup saw the Galway open its doors to fans of all nations, so the atmosphere for all of the matches is incredible.

Galway Irish Pub, 13 Quai des Grands Augustins, Paris, France

 

Café Oz – Grands Boulevards

If you’re looking for big screens (and neutral territory), then a huge Australian bar is the place to be. Usually known for cheesy music and happy hours, it might not be the trendiest bar in Paris, but Café Oz prides itself on its ‘Goooood Vibes’ and will surely deliver on that promise during the tournament. Café Oz also has branches in Chatelet, Blanche, and Denfert-Rochereau.

Café Oz Grand Boulevards, 8 Boulevard Montmartre, Paris, France

 

The Frog & Rosbif

One of a chain of English pubs in Paris, the Frog & Rosbif has those great British bar staples: craft beer and burgers. It’s also branched out into American BBQ food, so you’re guaranteed a great halftime feed. It’s not to be missed, particularly for England supporters. There are also Frog bars at Rue Princesse, Cour St-Emilion, Bibliothèque François Mitterand, Trocadéro, Bastille and Opéra.

The Frog & Rosbif, 116 Rue Saint Denis, Paris, France

 

The Highlander

With one of the best Scotch whisky selections in Paris, as well as a great selection of Scottish beers, The Highlander has everything you need for that authentic Scottish feel, with a little Parisian twist. Popular with the expat crowd, it’s guaranteed to get just rowdy enough on Scottish match days.

The Highlander Pub, 8 Rue de Nevers, Paris, France

 

Au Métro

If you’re after something a bit more, well… French, then Au Métro could be for you. This place loves sport in all its forms, and given that it’s a brasserie as well as a sports bar, the food is bound to be a cut above what you’ll find in the average pub.

Au Métro, 66 Rue Raymond Losserand, Paris, France

 

Courtesy of the Auld Alliance

Courtesy of the Auld Alliance

The Auld Alliance

The Auld Alliance is another Scottish pub with a great selection of malt whiskies and some very knowledgeable bar staff to help you with your choice on the off chance you don’t know your Highlands from your Islands. It also has more than eight screens, so you’re guaranteed a good view wherever you are in the bar. If you’re feeling adventurous, the Auld Alliance also serves haggis.

The Auld Alliance Scottish Pub, 80 Rue François Miron, Paris, France