Clubhouse is a Rainbow Six Siege map located in Hannover, Germany. It was included in the original release of the game alongside Bank, Chalet, Consulate, Hereford Base, House, Kafe Dostoyevsky, Kanal, Oregon, and Presidential Plane.
It is also the only map that has featured in every professional map pool, following Consulate dropping from the list with the introduction of the newly reworked Bank.
Clubhouse — map structure
Clubhouse is known to be a defender-sided map, although the operator ban phase always plays a big role in how the game evolves.
The map has a basement, two floors, and a roof. It is a very big map, which offers both defenders and attackers many options to play in it.
The sites that can be found in Clubhouse are the following ones:
- Bar/Stock Room
- CCTV Room/Cash Room
- Church/Arsenal Room
- Cash Room
- Strip Club
- Arsenal Room
Historical Rainbow Six Siege games played in Clubhouse
Due to Clubhouse's longevity, many matches have taken place here. Let's have a look at some of them.
Six Invitational 2019 - G2 Esports 2-1 Spacestation Gaming
G2 Esports was the favorite to take the hammer home after doing it the year before under PENTA Sports. The team clean swept their group stage with four map wins out of a possible four, but they started the playoffs with the wrong foot as the unthinkable happened: a team defeated them.
That team was Spacestation Gaming, and although the Americans would eventually lose the series after losing the following two maps, they were the only roster capable of defeating G2 Esports on a map. And that map was Clubhouse.
Pro League Season 9 Finals - Team Empire 2-1 Evil Geniuses
A classic of the game. This match is history of Siege after Troy "Canadian" Jaroslawski's missed shots in Oregon's white stairs. However, Empire closed the series in Clubhouse, where the Americans didn't stand a chance. A 1v2 clutch by the eventual MVP of the tournament, Danila "dan" Dontsov, saw Evil Geniuses perishing in another international Grand Final.
Six Invitational 2020 - Fnatic 2-1 FaZe Clan
Following a 7-2 win for FaZe Clan in Villa, Fnatic leveled the series with a 7-3 win in Kafe. However, things looked dark for the Australians after their opponents had won five of their six defenses on Clubhouse.
Against all the odds, Fnatic pulled out an incredible comeback and won the match 7-5. The team would eventually survive to the group stage after a 2-0 win against Team Empire, and defeated G2 Esports in the bracket just before falling to TSM and BDS Esport.
Big Clubhouse plays
Clubhouse is a very important map in the professional map pool, as it is one of the most used in professional competitions nowadays. Despite suffering reworks, Clubhouse has always been in the professional map pool. For that reason, many outstanding plays have taken place here.
Maurice "AceeZ" Erkelenz vs Ninjas in Pyjamas
The Australian player, who was left alone in a 1v4 post-plant situation, clutched the round after an incredible play with Maestro. He first dealt with the planter and his coverage, sneaked then to Garage, and then killed the last NiP member alive with a random bullet spray to Cash.
Bastien "BiBooAF" Dulac vs G2 Esports
Imagine starting a match and acing right in the first round. Well, that's what BiBoo did. The French player was put in a 1v5 situation, and he solved it by killing four members and staying alive against the last one, giving his team the first round.
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