Rugby fever has been sweeping the home nations over the last few weeks, with thousands of fans watching from stadiums, pubs, and their sofas to take in the action. With the Championship now reaching the final two rounds, it’s still all to play for, as excitement continues to build.

Throughout the Championship, thousands of these fans have been enjoying all that the pub experience has to offer, as fans, new and old, come together up and down the country, to cheer on their teams and celebrate and commiserate together.

To take the pub experience to the next level, GUINNESS has partnered with more than 1,000 pubs and bars across GB, including Greene King, Stonegate and Greenwood, to bring the game to local screens. In addition, GUINNESS is hosting a range of events across London, Bristol, and Cardiff, including appearances from Black Girls Ruck and cast of No Woman No Try, a recently released documentary on Amazon Prime exploring the challenges and success of women’s rugby.

GUINNESS has also paired up with FANZO, bringing back The Pint Predictor for the Tik Tok Women’s Six Nations for a second year, this time with thousands of free pints of the black stuff up for grabs. Fans can even find their nearest local bars and pubs showing the Championship via the FANZO app or website. To find out more, visit

Here’s a round-up of some of the incredible Women’s Six Nations Live events hosted by GUINNESS coming up across Great Britain. Each event will star key rugby talent across the men’s and women’s game, making these “GUINNESS approved” pubs the perfect place for rugby friends and rivals to come together to watch this year’s Championship.

Women’s Six Nations Hangouts with GUINNESS


We Love Sport continue their tour with GUINNESS for the Tik Tok Women’s Six Nations, with live events taking place in London over the coming weekends.

Starring famous faces, from TV sports presenters and rugby players across both the women’s and men’s game, the hosts will hold a Q&A prior to each match, before settling down to watch the game together with the fans. Fans can also enjoy a complimentary pint of GUINNESS on entry when booking any of the below events:

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· Location – Famous Three Kings, 171 North End Rd, London, W14 9NL
· Live Match – Super Saturday (Wales vs. Italy, England vs. France, Ireland vs. Scotland)
· Your Hosts – Katie Shanahan, Celia Quansah & Danny Care
· Start time – Saturday 30th April @ 13:00pm
· Booking link

Greene King are supporting Women’s Six Nations across their pub estate in a bid to champion women’s sport. They have already hosted an exclusive live podcast episode with The Good, The Scaz, The Rugby to launch the championship and will close Super Saturday with the ultimate watch-along for the fans.

Super Saturday Watch Along with Nolli Waterman & Laura Jane-Jones
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Kicking off Super Saturday in style, fans can join the women behind the Try Hards podcast, England World Cup winner and CEO of the Women’s Rugby Association, Nolli Waterman, and rugby broadcaster Laura-Jane Jones, for an afternoon of rugby chat. Hosted at the Packhorse and Talbot in Chiswick, Nolli and Laura Jane-Jones will be giving live commentary, plus plenty of games and prizes to make this the ultimate fan watching experience.

· Location – Packhorse & Talbot, 145 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, London W4 2DT
· Live Match – Wales v Italy, France v England and Ireland v Scotland
· Your Hosts – Nolli Waterman and Laura-Jane Jones
· Start time – Saturday 30th April @ 12pm
· Booking link

Greenwood have been promoting the championship across their entire London estate and will close the final rounds of the championship with some epic events to champion women’s sport.
Marcia Genjelian, Sales & Marketing Director at ETM Group said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Guinness to support women in sport. As a business we pride ourselves on making our sports bars spaces for women to enjoy. In a year where women in sport will be more prominent than ever, we will be hosting a series of speaker events to promote this excellent initiative as well as many more initiatives across the year, with full details to be revealed in due course.”

Live Podcast and Q&A with Black Girls Ruck

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Join Black Girls Ruck, a black female fronted rugby podcast representing sisterhood, sport and everything in between – for a live podcast event at Greenwood and will be joined by special guests. Get ready for a great day of entertainment and sport.

· Location – Greenwood, 170 Victoria St, London SW1E 5LB
· Live Match – England vs Ireland
· Your Hosts – Anne Onwusiri and Lamees Yousif, joined by Simi Pam (Bristol Bears) and Celia Quansah (GB Rugby 7’s)
· Start time – Sunday 24th April @ 1pm onwards
· Booking link

Live Q&A with the producer and cast of “No Woman No Try”
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Ahead of the showdown for Super Saturday – join the producer and cast of the highly acclaimed documentary “No Woman No Try” for a live Q&A and celebration of womens sport – before enjoying the final day of the Women’s Six Nations championship with a pint of Guinness.

The documentary looks at the state of play for womens rugby, equality in sport and what it takes to play at the highest level. To find out more visit @nowomannotry, available to watch on Amazon Prime.

· Location – Greenwood, 170 Victoria St, London SW1E 5LB
· Live Match – Super Saturday (Wales vs. Italy, England vs. France, Ireland vs. Scotland)
· Your Hosts – Elma Smit (host), Victoria Rush (director), Sue Anstiss MBE (cast / founder of fearless women) and Stefania Evans (cast / Bristol Bears)
· Start time – Saturday 30th April @ 1pm
· Booking link

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