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Where To Watch The Rugby World Cup Final In Auckland

By Olivia Atkinson - 31 Oct 2015

Where to watch the rugby world cup Auckland
The Cav
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Kiwis, it’s time to back our boys in black! Once again the mighty All Blacks have smashed through the pools and landed a spot in the Rugby World Cup 2015 final.

Early Sunday morn (5am to be precise), Richie and the lads will go head-to-head with the Australian Wallabies in a bid to bring the cup home.

No doubt the entire nation will be cheering the All Blacks to victory, so why not unite over a hearty brekkie, triple-shot long blacks, or a couple of beers at some of Auckland’s best pubs and bars? Here our picks for where to watch the Rugby World Cup final in Auckland.

The Cav

Freemans Bay

Up and at ‘em, Auckland! The Cav opens it doors at 4am, luring in punters with their Rugby Hunger Busters—bacon baps, hashbrowns and coffee. As per usual, The Cav will be buzzing with the energy of its patrons, so prepare yourself for a truly epic rugby watching experience. 

When: Sunday 1st November, from 4am

Northern Steamship

Britomart 

One of the best places to watch the RWC final is at Britomart’s Northern Steamship. Their big screen will be displaying the boys in all their glory while you sip on #steinlattes and sort out the tummy rumbles with Northern Steamship’s delicious food.

When: Sunday 1st November, from 4.30am  

The Riverhead—The Portage Bar & The Boat House

Riverhead

Both of The Riverhead’s venues—The Portage Bar and The Boat House—will be running their breakfast and bar menus during the All Blacks vs. Wallabies showdown. Don’t forget to don your All Blacks jersey.

When: Sunday 1st November, from 4.30am  

The Britomart Country Club

Britomart 

A trans-Tasman battle is best witnessed with a breakfast burger and other amped up Aucklanders. Head here to secure your place (and your burger) at Britomart Country Club this Sunday. 

When: Sunday 1st November, from 4.30am  

Neighbourhood Brewbar

Kingsland

Kingslanders, head to your local Neighbourhood Brewbar and soak up the action packed game—the place is going to go off! Spots are limited to make sure you book.

When: Sunday 1st November, from 4.30am

The Spotted Pig

Eden Terrace

Rally up the gang and settle in for a morning of breakfast goodies, coffee (or beer if you fancy), and rugby. The Spotted Pig will be opening at 4am.

When: Sunday 1st November, from 4am

Read more: Why The All Blacks Will Smash The Wallabies

Image credit: The Cav via Facebook

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