Guinness Six Nations Championships
The Guinness Six Nations Championship is Europe’s greatest rugby tournament.
Featuring the national teams from England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France and Italy, the tournament takes place in February and March each year on a home and away basis.
Until the year 2000, the tournament was the Five Nations Championship – but Italy are now the newest nation to be included.
The history can be dated back to 1883 when England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland competed in the Home Nations Championship. Since the advent of a six team format, only Scotland and Italy have failed to win the tournament – although Scotland were the winners of the last Five Nations Championship.
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Six Nations Results 2019
|02/02/2019||Ireland v England||Aviva Stadium||20 - 32|
|10/02/2019||England v France||Twickenham Stadium||44 - 8|
|23/02/2019||Wales v England||Principality Stadium||21 - 13|
|09/03/2019||England v Italy||Twickenham Stadium||57 - 14|
|16/03/2019||England v Scotland||Twickenham Stadium||38 - 38|
Six Nations 2020 Results
|02/02/2020||France v England||Stade de France||15.00||24 - 17|
|08/02/2020||Scotland v England||Murrayfield Stadium||16.45||6 - 13|
|23/02/2020||England v Ireland||Twickenham Stadium||15.00||24-12|
|07/03/2020||England v Wales||Twickenham Stadium||16.45|
|14/03/2020||Italy v England||Stadio Olympico||16.45|
Six Nations Fixtures 2021
|06/02/2021||England v Scotland||Twickenham Stadium||16.45|
|13/02/2021||England v Italy||Twickenham Stadium||14.15|
|27/02/2021||Wales v England||Principality Stadium||16.45|
|13/03/2021||England v France||Twickenham Stadium||16.45|
|20/03/2021||Ireland v England||Aviva Stadium||16.45|