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Where can I watch rugby matches in Paris Region?

Six Nations Tournament, 2023 World Cup... Come and support your favourite team in one of the Paris Region’s sports bars and enjoy the matches on the big screen with a buzzing atmosphere.
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Just like team spirit, respect and courage, togetherness is one of the great values of rugby and match days always create a celebratory atmosphere, as demonstrated by the tradition of the third half.

Whether you’re an enthusiast or a super fan, alone or with friends, if your team isn’t playing at home or you haven’t been able to get a ticket for the Stade de France… join other rugby fans in one of the Paris Region’s sports bars where matches are broadcast live on a big screen.

Discover our selection and choose the perfect place to support your favourite team.

Our selection of sports bars in the Paris Region for rugby fans

As every year, the Six Nations Tournament kicks off in February. England, France, Wales, Ireland, Scotland and Italy will compete from 4 February to 18 March 2023 with the aim of securing a Grand Slam and their sights set on the 2023 Rugby World Cup, hosted by France from 8 September to 28 October.

If you want to enjoy the matches with other rugby fans as you soak up the thrilling atmosphere, there’s nothing better than watching tournaments live in a welcoming bar surrounded by other supporters. There are many sports bars in the Paris Region. Large plasma screens, draught beer, celebratory atmosphere… come and support your team in one of the French capital’s bars. We’ll help you choose the right one for you.

At the heart of Paris in the bustling Les Halles district, a short walk from the Chatelet metro station, Café Oz is THE Australian pub in Paris. In this trendy place with its quirky, colourful décor – crocodile mascot, raw wood, surfboards and of course giant screens – a match night is guaranteed to be a lively affair.

Café Oz Châtelet _  Le Bar
Café Oz Châtelet

Located a stone’s throw from Notre-Dame, in the Latin Quarter, and very popular with students, The Long Hop is a must-visit bar in the Paris Region. An English pub set over 3 floors, it offers 3 different atmospheres in which you can enjoy live rugby matches.

The Long Hop
The Long Hop

Whisky lovers can head for Saint-Germain-des-Prés and its typical Scottish pub, the Highlander. Matches are broadcast live in its two rooms, where you’ll find a warm and inviting atmosphere.

The Long Hop
The Highlander

At the foot of the Montmartre hill and a stone’s throw from the famous Moulin Rouge, night owls and sports fans mingle at O’Sullivans By The Mill, a modern take on an Irish pub with a club and restaurant. There, you can party all night long.

O’Sullivans By The Mill

Another popular Irish bar near the Grands Boulevards is the Truskel, where fans can enjoy rock concerts and rugby broadcasts. Remaining in the same district and continuing the Celtic theme but in a more traditional way, we also recommend Corcoran’s.

Le Truskel
Le Truskel

Where can I watch the Six Nations Tournament and the 2023 Rugby World Cup? All you have to do is choose.

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