The Six Nations is an international rugby union competition held annually between the teams of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
The competition started out as the Home Nations Championship until France were added in 1910 to become the Five Nations Championship, this was later increased further in 1999 with the addition of Italy.
Wales were the 2019 champions, as well as securing a Grand Slam (won all their matches) and Triple Crown (defeating all of the other home nations).
When is the Six Nations?
The Six Nations is held annually, with the 2020 championships set to take place between the 1st February and 14th March 2020.
Where is the Six Nations?
Each team plays the other teams once, with home advantage being alternated each year. The following grounds host Six Nations rugby:
- England – Twickenham Stadium (Capacity – 82,000)
- France – Stade de France (Capacity – 81,338)
- Ireland – Aviva Stadium (Capacity – 51,700)
- Italy – Stadio Olimpico (Capacity – 72,698)
- Scotland – Murrayfield Stadium (Capacity – 67,144)
- Wales – Millennium Stadium (Capacity – 74,500)
How do I get there?
Venue guides for each of the match venues are available by clicking on the above links.
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How do I get tickets?
Ticket information for each of the matches is available by clicking on the links below.
2020 Six Nations Fixtures