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Guinness Six Nations 2019

The 20th annual Six Nations rugby tournament, known as the Guinness Six Nations will take place between 1st February 2019 and the 16th March 2019. The Guinness Six Nations will take place between England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France and Italy, with matches to be played in each country. The Six Nations 2019 will be formed of 5 rounds and 15 fixtures. The Six Nations matches will take place in some of the amazing stadia, ranging from 50-80,000+ capacities. Guinness are the main sponsors of the Six Nations for the first time, taking over from RBS who have held the naming rights for the last few tournaments.

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Guinness Six Nations Fixtures

Guinness Six Nations Fixtures
Full Six Nations Fixtures, dates and venue info

There will be 15 matches across the course of 5 rounds between February and mid-March. The tournament will start on Friday 1st of February between France and Wales at the Stade de France. The tournament will close on Saturday 16th March when England face Scotland in the Calcutta Cup. You can find the full details of the Guinness Six Nations Fixtures here.

Guinness Six Nations Travel Info

Guinness Six Nations Travel Info
Help and advice to get you there on time

The tournament is played across 6 countries so planning your travel is a must to ensure you arrive at your chosen destination safely, comfortably and on time. You can plan your Six Nations travel, including where to stay, here.

History of the Six Nations

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From 1883 to today. The full history of the 6 Nations.

We bring you the full history of the 6 nations tournament. From its inception as ‘The Home Nation Championships in 1883 through to it becoming the Five Nations and the Six Nations as we know it now. You can view all the history of the Six Nations Rugby Tournament here.