Rugby six-country competition Six Nations 2020 is a national league match between England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Italy and France. Six Nations is held every year from late February to late March, and it is the birthplace of rugby, and it is booming every year. The winner of the Six Nations is called the “Grand Slam” and the triple crown is the winner of all four home unions in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. 2020 Six Nations champion Wales has won a grand slam with an impressive all-time victory. Rugby rivalry shows excitement across Europe! Six Nations 2020 will be the glory of the winner?
Six Nations Fixtures 2020
Kick-off times are in GMT.
Sat 1 February, Wales v Italy, Principality Stadium, BBC, 2.15pm
Sat 1 February, Ireland v Scotland, Aviva Stadium, ITV, 4.45pm
Sun 2 February, France v England, BBC, 3pm
Sat 8 February, Ireland v Wales, Aviva Stadium, ITV, 2.15pm
Sat 8 February, Scotland v England, BT Murrayfield, BBC, 4.45pm
Sun 9 February, France v Italy, BBC, 3pm
Sat 22 February, Italy v Scotland, ITV, 2.15pm
Sat 22 February, Wales v France, Principality Stadium, BBC, 4.45pm
Sun 23 February, England v Ireland, Twickenham, ITV, 3pm
Sat 7 March, Ireland v Italy, Aviva Stadium, ITV, 2.15pm
Sat 7 March, England v Wales, Twickenham, ITV, 4.45pm
Sun 8 March, Scotland v France, BT Murrayfield, BBC, 3pm
Sat 14 March, Wales v Scotland, Principality Stadium, BBC, 2.15pm
Sat 14 March, Italy v England, ITV, 4.45pm
Sat 14 March, France v Ireland, BBC, 8pm
Today, it is one of Europe’s biggest sporting events in winter, with supporters from different countries traveling throughout Europe each year to support their teams. A few hours before the whistle, supporters of both teams began to gather around the stadium, sang each team song with beer in one hand, and after the no-side whistle, went out to the pub again, and sometimes the poor supporters of both countries The appearance of admiring the good fight with a smile is spectacular and refreshing. In France, this tradition, known as troisième mi-temps (troisième mi-temps, which in English means “third half” after first half and second half), is today’s soccer world in which hooliganism is disturbing Also alive in Europe. Everywhere in the city after the game, the pleasant sounds of supporters echo deep into the night and a few liters of beer disappear into each stomach.