Rugby 6 Nations Tickets

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The Six Nations is an annual rugby championship that has generated lots of fans across Europe and around the world for a very long time. The championship is played by the six European countries with the strongest rugby teams: France, EnglandScotland, IrelandWales and Italy. Initially, the competition involved four, then five nations, but was later expanded to include the sixth nation. They took home the Championship Trophy, the official cup of the tournament. Plan ahead for this spectacular competition that has been enjoyed by many ever since the year 1883: the matches are played across Europe, starting with February. Buy here your Six Nations tickets to watch live the exciting matches of the Rugby 6 Nations competition.

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9 Upcoming Events

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Scotland - Wales

Rugby 6 Nations

25 February 2017

2:25 pm

Edinburgh

United Kingdom

Murrayfield Stadium (Edinburgh)

Ireland - France

Rugby 6 Nations

25 February 2017

4:50 pm

Dublin

Ireland

Aviva Stadium (Dublin)

England - Italy

Rugby 6 Nations

26 February 2017

3:00 pm

London

United Kingdom

Twickenham Stoop stadium

Wales - Ireland

Rugby 6 Nations

10 March 2017

8:00 pm

Cardiff

United Kingdom

Cardiff Millenium Stadium

Italy - France

Rugby 6 Nations

11 March 2017

2:30 pm

Rome

Italy

Olympic Stadium of Rome

England - Scotland

Rugby 6 Nations

11 March 2017

4:00 pm

London

United Kingdom

Twickenham Stoop stadium

Scotland - Italy

Rugby 6 Nations

18 March 2017

12:30 pm

Edinburgh

United Kingdom

Murrayfield Stadium (Edinburgh)

France - Wales

Rugby 6 Nations

18 March 2017

3:45 pm

Paris

France

Stade de France

The Six Nations 2017: Everything you need to know

The Six Nations 2017 is on the lips of all the fans of this sport. The start of the competition is here and the championship, which is known as the «most solemn rugby championship» has adopted an important change in its dynamics: it agreed to the entry of the bonus points system. What does this mean? There was a shift from the two points per victory scheme, one for a draw and zero for defeat, to the world scheme: four points for victory, two for a draw, and attack or defence bonuses. The reason is simple: the need for more sensational classifications and more spectacle on the match field, by encouraging and rewarding the attack.  This international championship was the only one, up to now, to not adopt this classification scheme. Will this change affect the teams? Will there be a change of favourites and candidates for the title? Will England continue to lead the classification? Find out more details about the Six Nations 2017.