Situated opposite the historic home of British boxing, this compact pub certainly punches above its weight.
Pictures of the men who boxed at The Ring and went on to become World, European and British Champions adorn the walls.
There’s plenty of seating outside the pub, which is directly opposite Southwark tube station and acts as a great focal point, landmark and meeting place right on the corner of Blackfriars Road and The Cut.
Openings times: 11am-11pm Monday to Wednesday, 11am-12am Thursday, 11am-1am Fridays & Saturdays and 12pm to 10:30pm on Sundays.
1783the surrey chapel was erected
1910Purchased by champion Dick Burge
Renamed The Ring
First indoor boxing arena for working class
1914dick's wife, bella, and her friends broke the taboo of women at boxing matches
1940air raid on london, bombs hit blackfriars rd. and left the ring seriously damaged
1941another air raid destroyed the ring, it was eventually demolished
News & Events
The World Cup is back around again, and we cannot wait! The Ring’s history is all about boxing, so it would be silly to not give a nod to our next favourite sport. We are excited to announce that ALL World Cup matches will be showing at The Ring. Fixtures and times are…
What a weekend we have coming ahead! Irish music and decorations, rugby and pints of Guinness all week leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. And don’t forget there’s an England V Ireland game on that Saturday 17th March…
Once you’ve tackled January with our help come watch ALL 6 Nations games LIVE with us! (Conveniently leading up to St. Patrick’s Day…)
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Take home a T-shirt or Hat of The Ring *tip for sizing Gents if you're a medium order a large Ladies if you're a medium order a small £15 each