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How and where to watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 in NYC

As the Rugby World Cup 2023 takes over from the thrilling Women's World Cup, there are plenty of opportunities to get out and cheer alongside your fellow country men and women! The Pig'n'Whistle on 36th St and Stout NYC are the ultimate spots to catch all the action, offering a fantastic mix of live sports and community spirit.

Let's break down what each of these awesome venues are showing:

The Rugby World World Cup Extravaganza @ the Pig'n'Whistle on 36th Street

This sporting haven is preparing to unleash an epic celebration, complete with live screenings of every single game of the Rugby World Cup.

With every match they've got an enticing menu featuring mouthwatering French dishes (from seafood vol-au-vent to mouthwatering Croque Monsieur), irresistible beer specials (from classic pints of Guinness and traditional ales to refreshing lagers and craft brews like Asahi & Kronnenburg), and fantastic giveaways that'll keep fans on the edge of their seats throughout the tournament.

Multiple screens are strategically placed throughout the pub, ensuring that every seat offers a prime view of the action. To add an extra layer of excitement to the Rugby World Cup fever, the pub has lined up thrilling giveaways and contests throughout the tournament.

Whether you're a a seasoned rugby veteran or a newcomer eager to experience the thrill, our pub welcomes all with open arms, ensuring an unforgettable World Cup experience.

Join Aussie TV Host Drew de Carvalho (ESPN, NBC, Rugby Australia, etc) as we celebrate the opening match FRIDAY September 8 at 3:15pm. Lucky fans will have the chance to win official team merchandise & signed rugby memorabilia.

More information about the Rugby World Cup at the Pig'n'Whistle on 36th Street here.

Watch Parties with Rugby New York @ Stout NYC

During the pool stages of the Rugby World Cup, NY’s pro rugby franchise, Rugby New York Ironworkers and Stout NYC will host three epic watch parties.

The excitement doesn't stop at the screen. During these free watch parties, attendees can look forward to exclusive Ironworkers’ giveaways that add an extra layer of excitement to the experience. Moreover, keep an eye out for appearances by players from the Rugby New York Ironworkers, who will be joining the festivities to interact with fans, sign autographs, and share in the joy of the game.

  • Stout Penn Station Watch Parties:
    • Saturday 9/9: RSVP Now here
      • Australia vs. Georgia (12:00 PM)
      • England vs. Argentina (3:00 PM)
    • Saturday 9/23
      • England vs. Chile (11:45 AM)
      • Ireland vs. South Africa (3:00 PM)
    • Saturday 10/7
      • England vs. Samoa (11:45 AM)
      • Ireland vs. Scotland (3:00 PM)

All four Stout locations will be showing all the Rugby World Cup games during regular hours. Stout Penn Station will be open for the 9:00 am & 9:30 am games and you can find out more here.

An Open Invitation for Rugby Fans and Newcomers Alike

Both Stout NYC and Pig'n'Whistle on 36th Street roll out the welcome mat for everyone, from avid rugby followers to newcomers intrigued by the sport. These watch parties are not exclusive but instead are inclusive, open, and free to attend. No matter your level of rugby fandom, you're invited to be part of these exhilarating gatherings.

Want to watch the Rugby World Cup from home?

If you'd prefer to watch the Rugby World Cup from the comfort of your own bed or couch, then you have a few options!

You can stream every match on Peacock and there are a range of matches being aired on CNBS as well! Sling and YouTube TV should both give you options to view from your home!

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Josh Pugh

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