Fans without a ticket to this year’s Championship can still feel at the heart of the action thanks to the all-new Guinness Six Nations FanZones.
Specially created for Rugby’s Greatest Championship, these will offer fans an unparalleled viewing experience.
With screening venues popping up in major cities including London, Manchester, Cardiff and Edinburgh, fans can cheer on their team at the themed venues every weekend before proceedings draw to a close on Super Saturday.
The ultimate destination, FanZones will see venues transformed into dedicated screening hubs where supporters can cheer on their country and win huge prizes all while enjoying a pint of Guinness.
Sounds good doesn’t it? Make sure you secure your tickets ahead of kick-off below.
Those in and around London have two options.
First, you can head down to Vinegar Yard a stone’s throw from London Bridge. There you can enjoy a pint of Guinness and enjoy some delicious pizza courtesy of Bad Boy Pizza Society as the action unfolds.
Purchase tickets: Vinegar Yard, London
Secondly, HERE at Outernet will screen all three games on Super Saturday. Just next to Tottenham Court Road, the 800-capacity venue features an cutting-edge audio and video with a 6K screen for a one-of-a-kind viewing experience.
Purchase tickets: HERE at Outernet
The Scottish capital will play host to supporters further north, with a FanZone situated in one of Edinburgh’s most historic buildings, The Pear Tree.
Here, fans can cheer on Gregor Townsend’s side on the venue’s giant outdoor screen.
Purchase tickets: The Pear Tree, Edinburgh
Punters in and around Cardiff can head to Depot. Besides a few daffodil hats, you’ll find three large sports screens, street food and live entertainment all while fans drink in the rugby and the return of Warren Gatland.
Purchase tickets: Depot, Cardiff
Freight in Manchester will host one of the biggest FanZones. Here, fans will get the chance to enjoy everything from game-themed menus, learning how to pour the perfect pint, live entertainment, quizzes and the chance to win ultimate ‘Money Can’t Buy’ Experiences.
The grand prize comes in the form of four tickets to a Six Nations match, a dressing room tour and pre kick-off flag bearing duties.
Purchase tickets: Freight Island, Manchester
Tickets for both London and Edinburgh FanZones are free, while tickets to the Cardiff FanZone start at £6.
Tickets for the Manchester FanZone are also free for general admissions, or for £10 per person, fans can get hold of the best seat in the house, which will include a table reservation.
For those heading to the Manchester FanZone, they’ll be able to get hold of a limited Season Pass for £25, which is available for all five matches for their chosen team in this championship. This also guarantees fans a chance to win Money Can’t Buy Experiences.