Despite the unsociable hours, a select number of venues in Edinburgh have confirmed they'll be showing at least some of the action.
Here are some of the best spots in Scotland's capital to catch the games.
So often the first port of call for sports fans, the Three Sisters has promised to accompany every World Cup fixture with "an electric atmosphere".
The Old Town institution will be open for every game of the tournament and is licensed to serve alcohol from 9am.
Peckish fans can also enjoy a hearty breakfast while observing events on the 225" screen.
For one month only Sports brand Rex Club House are setting up shop on George Street with a pop-up venue showcasing all of the early-morning action.
Organisers promise a "comfortable" and spacious setting for sports fans looking to avoid their overcrowded local.
Sleep-deprived fans can rejuvenate with a mug of Ruck Coffee, the brainchild of Scotland captain Stuart McInally and fellow international Damien Hoyland
McSorley's proudly proclaims to be a bar with an "Irish Heart" and a "Scottish Soul" - what better place to watch Scotland's World Cup opener against world number one ranked side, Ireland.
The Forrest Road space is hosting a "big breakfast party" to coincide with the crunch fixture and will also provide coverage of England's opener against Tonga and the Edinburgh Derby.
The lively venue will be open and fully licensed from 8am.
With umpteen screens and a projector, Belushi's Bar is better equipped than most to screen sporting events and the Rugby World Cup is no exception.
You’ll catch the majority of the action at the Market Street venue, which will also be serving up substantial breakfasts along with the usual beers and burgers on offer.
The Mitre guarantees a good atmosphere for any Scotland fixture and thankfully the High Street venue will be showing all games featuring Gregor Townsend's side.
Beyond Scotland, the centrally located pub also promises to screen a "select" number of games in glorious HD throughout the tournament.
Rugby fans after a feed and a drink can head to the Tron who will be offering a bap and an alcoholic beverage for just £5.75.
Supporters after a more sizable option can tuck into a large breakfast and a pint for £11. In order to avoid disappointment visitors are advised to book a table in advance.
All of Scotland's games and select home nations fixtures will be available to watch at trendy West End venue, The Refinery.
Those backing Blue can sample "a breakfast of champions" and wash it down with a pint of Guinness for £11.95.