Who are the teams in the 2016 Six Nations?
The 2016 Six Nations Championship, known as the 2016 RBS 6 Nations due to the tournament’s sponsorship by The Royal Bank of Scotland, was the 17th series of the Six Nations Championship, the annual northern hemisphere rugby union championship. It was contested by England, France, defending champions Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
Where can I buy tickets for the Six Nations?
You can also sign-up to the Official Guinness Six Nations mailing list to stay informed about our regular competitions for match tickets, Guinness Six Nations weekends and other prizes. You should always buy your tickets either directly from a Union, or through a partner officially designated by a Union.
How can I travel to a Six Nations match?
For those who wish to travel to away matches, be sure to check out each Union’s information resource or official travel partner for packages. You can also sign-up to the Official Guinness Six Nations mailing list to stay informed about our regular competitions for match tickets, Guinness Six Nations weekends and other prizes.
What was the score of the first Six Nations match?
The first match of the weekend saw Ireland trounce Italy 58–15, running in nine tries. England then beat Wales 25–21 in a thrilling encounter at Twickenham; England had led 25–7 with less than 10 minutes remaining before two converted Wales tries made it a tense ending.
Where can I watch the Six Nations in the UK?
In the United Kingdom, 2016 marked the first year that the tournament was broadcast across both the BBC and ITV, with the BBC broadcasting France, Scotland and Wales home matches and ITV screening England, Ireland and Italy home fixtures.
Which is the official travel agent for England rugby?
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How many players are in the England rugby team?
Eddie Jones named seven uncapped players at a packed press conference at Twickenham, as he unveiled the new 33-man England squad to compete in the Six Nations. With no sign of nerves, Jones joked freely with the assembled press pack, even quipping that he’d prefer to keep God Save The Queen as the anthem because he’d just learnt the words.