Between Friday 1st February and Saturday 16th March 2019 England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France and Italy’s rugby union teams play each other during the Six Nations Championships to establish a winner in the men’s, women’s and under 20’s competitions.
In 2018, Ireland won the men’s championship, England took the women’s title and France won the under 20’s tournament.
Six Nations 2019 opens with France versus Wales at home; England play Scotland to close the event on the 16th March. Six Nations tickets are in great demand; please don’t hesitate to book your place because you may discover that it’s too late.
5* Venues and hospitality
As preparations for the Rugby World Cup 2019 continue, this is the last opportunity to see these teams compete at their home grounds before they head to Japan in September. BT Murrayfield has a capacity of over 67000, the Principality Stadium, previously the Millennium Stadium, in Cardiff boasts a capacity of 74500 and Ireland’s Aviva Stadium is built on the former Landsdowne Road Stadium, Dublin, and it holds 51700.
The home team advantage alternates but one thing never changes, the world class venues are designed to maximise the visitors experience and in the hospitality areas guests can expect the best service, luxuries and benefits. Pitch-side, Six Nations hospitality guests are guaranteed the premier seats, exceptional views of play and an atmosphere which simply cannot reach through a TV screen to match-watchers at home or in the pub.
Whether you purchase Six Nations tickets for a private party or corporate hospitality every detail of your experience is managed by a hospitality partner like the renowned DTB Sport and Events; possessing invaluable relationships with the venues staff and the capability to create tailor made packages, you’ll wonder why anyone would settle for a standard ticket experience when so much more is on offer with Six Nations hospitality.
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Take nothing for granted
The Autumn Internationals 2018 between northern and southern hemisphere teams have already illustrated that no result can be taken for granted either at Six Nations or the World Cup.
On 2nd November 2018, the opening day of the internationals, Wales beat Scotland 21-10; England beat South Africa 12-11 and Ireland won 54-7 against Italy. Japan fell to the mighty New Zealand 31-69.
Set yourself above rivals
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Whilst Six Nations tickets don’t come with guarantees that your team will triumph on the day or win the championships, you can enjoy confidence that quality is a watchword when you trust Six Nations hospitality professionals.