Come Down To The Guinness Six Nations Fan Zone To Watch The Rugby In Style

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Come Down To The Guinness Six Nations Fan Zone To Watch The Rugby In Style

Come and spend an afternoon inside the Guinness Fan Village at Flat Iron Square!

Rugby fever has taken over London and it’s here to stay for another few weeks. No matter which side you’re supporting, Flat Iron Square is the place to be to watch the games if you can’t go along to the actual stadium.

On match days, pay £5 to enter the village and receive a free pint of Guinness Stout or Hop House 13 Lager. Then, make yourself comfy in the garden to sit back and watch the game. If you haven’t made it through the doors to the Fan Village here, here’s a taste of what to expect.

Inside the garden, you’ll find 10 screens to catch all of the action on with plenty of seating for you and your pals. Even if you only planned to come along for one game, the atmosphere will likely keep you there for longer.

Don’t forget to grab your free pint of Guinness Stout on entry!

It’s one of the best spots in London to watch the rugby with a big group of friends. As the Guinness Fan Village is outside, there’s enough space for everyone to sit comfortably and be able to enjoy the game. So there’s none of that ‘scrambling around to nab a seat before everyone else turns up’ business.

And it should go without saying that you’ll find support for whichever team you’re rooting for on the day. Even if your friends are supporters of the opposing side, there’ll be more than a handful of people sitting right next to you to sympathise or celebrate with.

When it gets dark (and we’re still counting down the days until that stops happening so early) you’ll be able to watch Flat Iron Square light up with any number of fairy lights.

Buy a Guinness Clubhouse ticket for the full experience. It only costs £10, and for that price you’ll get to watch the game inside, with a huge screen for guaranteed-good seats and a bar serving pints directly behind you. You’ll also get a free Guinness Six Nations hat thrown in for good measure!

With the Guinness Clubhouse ticket, you’ll also be able to rub shoulders with some of the top names in rugby through a series of talks and events. You’ll find things like a Live Rugby Pod event and the unforgettable MatchPint’s Legend’s Quiz. So if you’ve got any burning questions to ask these rugby legends, you’re in the best place in London to do so.

For a more personal experience, you can rent a pop up pub for you and up to 16 friends. Here, you’ll get a free round of Guinness Stout along with your own ‘pub landlord’ for the day. And, it should go without saying, you’ll also have a private spot inside your pub to watch the game with only your closest friends nearby.

Once you’ve watched the game, wander around the street food stalls at Flat Iron Square for some perfectly-paired Guinness Stout inspired dishes. There’s cuisine of almost every type so you won’t be going hungry no matter what you’re craving.

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 and the opportunity to win some Guinness Six Nations prizes. Enjoy Guinness Responsibly. Visit drinkaware.co.uk for the facts.

Also published on Medium.

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