Mon. Feb 17th, 2020

Six Nations Rugby Tournament: calendar and match results | sports

Six Nations Rugby Tournament: calendar and match results | sports



The international rugby tournament Six Nations 2019 is held from Friday, February 1 until March 17. This championship is celebrated annually to face the main selections of rugby, such as England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France and Italy.

In the last edition of the Six Nations, Ireland was winning after beating Scotland and leaving England without their third consecutive crown. The classification of the rugby tournament is led by England with 28 wins, followed by Wales with 26, France with 17, Scotland with 15 and Ireland with 14, after being the winner of the rugby tournament in 2018.

The parties of Six Nations they can be followed from Spain through Movistar + and their specialized sports information packages, such as the Movistar + Deportes1 channel, where the different matches of the tournament will be retransmitted. rugby.

CALENDAR AND RESULTS

DAY AND HOURMATCHSTADIUM
Day 1
February 1stFrance 19 – Welsh 24Saint-Denis – Stade de France
February 2 (15:15)Scotland 33 – Italy 20Edinburgh, Scotland – Murrayfield
February 2 (5:45)Ireland 20 – England 32Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium
Day 2
February 9 (15:15)Scotland 13 – Ireland 22Edinburgh, Scotland – Murrayfield
February 9 (5:45)Italy 15 – Wales 26Rome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico (Rome)
Feb. 10 (16:00)England 44 – France 8London, England – Twickenham Stadium
Day 3
23 of February (15:15)France 27 – Scotland 10Saint-Denis – Stade de France
23 of February (5:45)Wales 21 – England 13Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
February 24th (16:00)Italy 16 – Ireland 26Rome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico (Rome)
Conference 4
March 9 (15:15)Scotland 11 – Wales 18Edinburgh, Scotland – Murrayfield
March 9 (5:45)England 57 – Italy 14London, England – Twickenham Stadium
March 10th (16:00)Ireland 26 – France 14Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium
Day 5
March 16 (13:30)Italy – FranceRome, Italy – Stadio Olimpico (Rome)
March 16 (3:45)Wales – IrelandCardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
March 16 (18:00)England – ScotlandLondon, England – Twickenham Stadium

* Spanish peninsular timetable

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