Fans are going to return to the stands for the very first time in almost 2 years at the 2022 6 Nations Championship and now is the perfect time to look for Six Nations Rugby gifts.
The Grand Old Continental Competition of rugby is placed being revived after the final 2 editions have been held totally or partly behind closed doors.
Restrictions in both Wales and Scotland had prompted several to involve the relocation of the competition to just one website, however it’s full speed ahead.
The 6 teams are going to clash in March and also February more than 5 rounds, with the competition usually determined on Super Saturday in what might be an exceptionally cut-throat 128th edition of the tournament.
Wales are the name defenders, but face a pair of stern challengers as they bid to keep the name, France, with England, Scotland and Ireland planning to develop on encouraging Autumn Nations Series strategies and also a Italy side planning to result in a shock.
Here is what you have to understand :
At what time is the Six Nations?
The 6 nations start in Dublin on Saturday, February five, with Wales and Ireland reviving their hostilities at Aviva Stadium, before Scotland later on the opening day deal with England at Murrayfield. One day later on, Italy and France in Paris kick off their projects.
It concludes on nineteen March with 3 consecutive matches on Super Saturday. Wales are going to finish with an encounter with Italy, Ireland play England and Scotland will stay in Paris against France.
What is fixture schedule?
Five February, Saturday.
Ireland vs Wales, 2.15 GMT (Aviva Stadium, Dublin)
England vs Scotland, 4.45 GMT (Murrayfield, Edinburgh)
Six February, Sunday.
France at Italy, three PM GMT (Stade de France, Paris)
Saturday 12 February
Wales v. Scotland, 2.15 GMT (Principal Stadium, Cardiff)
France at Ireland (Stade de France, 4.45pm GMT, Paris).
Sunday 13 February
England vs Italy, three PM GMT (Stadio Olimpico, Rome)
Saturday 26 February
France vs Scotland, 2.15 GMT (Murrayfield, Edinburgh)
England vs Wales, 4.45 GMT (Twickenham Stadium, London)
27 February, Sunday.
At three o’clock in the evening (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) Ireland vs Italy.
Friday 11 March
France vs Wales, 8pm GMT (Principal Stadium, Wales)
Saturday 12 March
Italy – Scotland, 2.15 GMT (Stadio Olimpico, Rome)
England at Ireland, 4.45pm GMT (Twickenham Stadium, London)
Round five :
Saturday 19 March
Wales – Italy, 2.15 GMT (Principal Stadium, Cardiff)
At 4.45pm (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) Ireland vs Scotland.
England vs France, 8pm GMT (Stade de France, Paris)