Here’s Everything Taking Place At The Guinness Clubhouse At Flat Iron Square

The Guinness Six Nations has kicked off!

…which means you’ll most likely find us at Flat Iron Square for the foreseeable future (or, the next few weeks). If you haven’t yet taken a visit down to London Bridge to catch a game, there’s still plenty of time to get a ticket. Inside the Guinness Village you’ll be able to watch every single game on 10 huge screens, but there’s plenty more to experience inside the Guinness Clubhouse.


9th February: Guinness Greenwood Series

Live from the Guinness Clubhouse for Round 2 of the Guinness Six Nations, Will Greenwood will be chatting through pitch proceedings, joined by guests from the other Six Nations. Catch Will’s punditry on Guinness social channels with some live game insights!

Kick off at 2.15pm Scotland vs. Ireland, and 4.45pm Italy vs. Wales.

12th February: Flats and Shanks with Friends

David Flatman and Tom Shanklin bring along friends for all manner of chatter in the Guinness Clubhouse in the surroundings of Flat Iron Square – check the website to see which special guests be joining them.

23rd February: Clubhouse hosted by Andy Goode and guest legend

Back for another session, Andy Goode (The Rugby Pod and Premiership legend) will be in the Guinness Clubhouse with a special guest for another Q&A. Don’t forget, he’ll also be pouring you a perfect pint of Guinness during the Wales vs. England match.


28th February 2019: MatchPint’s Legend’s Quiz

Quiz time, rugby fans – don’t miss this one! The resident legend quizmaster will be giving the winning quiz team the chance to get free tickets to catch the England vs. Scotland game live at Twickenham! Special guests will be announced on the website.

5th March: Flats and Shanks with Friends

David Flatman and Tom Shanklin return for more rugby and miscellaneous chatter with special guests – keep an eye out for details on their special guests at the Guinness Village in Flat Iron Square.

14th March: Live Rugby Pod event

Everyone’s favourite rugby podcast, The Rugby Podm, will be coming at you LIVE from the Guinness Village with Andy Goode, Jim Hamilton and Andy Rowe. Come on down and hear live from the pundits.

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16th March: Guinness Greenwood Series

Will Greenwood returns for Super Saturday as all six teams join each other on the pitch to decide the winner of 2019’s Guinness Six Nations. Former players from all Six Nations join Will live. Tune in on Guinness social channels throughout the day.

Kick off times: 12.30 Italy vs. France, 2.45 Wales vs. Ireland, and 4.45 England vs. Scotland.

Tickets to enter the Guinness Village on match days are priced at £5 and to enter the Guinness Clubhouse on match days are priced at £10. They can be purchased via the Fever app. Both tickets include one complimentary pint of Guinness Stout or Hop House 13 lager and the opportunity to win some Guinness Six Nations prizes. Enjoy Guinness Responsibly. Visit for the facts.


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