Six Nations Rugby Matches 2017

The Six Nations Championship is the world’s greatest rugby tournament. Each year the fans of six proud nations – England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales – share in the passion and excitement of this great competition. Including the competition’s previous incarnations as the Home Nations Championship and Five Nations Championship, it will be the 123rd edition of the tournament. For the first time, the 2017 tournament will use the bonus point system common to most other professional rugby union tournaments. As well as the standard four points for a win or two for a draw, a team scoring four or more tries during a match will receive an additional league table point, as will a team losing by 7 or fewer points. Additionally, to ensure that a team winning all of its five matches (a Grand Slam) will also win the Championship, three bonus points will be awarded for this achievement.
The Dubliner will be showing all the matches.
Six Nations 2017 Fixtures List (all kick-off times in local Bucharest time):
Saturday 4th February 2017
  • Scotland v Ireland at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 4:25pm
  • England v France at Twickenham Stadium, London 6:50pm
Sunday 5th February 2017
  • Italy v Wales at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 4:00pm
Saturday 11th February 2017
  • Italy v Ireland at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 4:25pm
  • Wales v England at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 4:50pm
Sunday 12th February 2017
  • France v Scotland at Stade de France, Paris 5:00pm
Saturday 25th February 2017
  • Scotland v Wales at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 4:25pm
  • Ireland v France at Aviva Stadium, Dublin 6:50pm
Sunday 26th February 2017
  • England v Italy at Twickenham Stadium, London 5:00pm
Friday 10th March 2017
  • Wales v Ireland at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 8:05pm
Saturday 11th March 2017
  • Italy v France at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 3:30pm
  • England v Scotland at Twickenham Stadium, London 6:00pm
Saturday 18th March 2017
  • Scotland v Italy at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 2:30pm
  • France v Wales at Stade de France, Paris 4:45pm
  • Ireland v England at Aviva Stadium, Dublin 7:00pm

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