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Guide to the Guinness Six Nations 2022, kick off times, fixtures, results, tickets and TV listings

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Guide to the Guinness Six Nations 2022, kick off times, fixtures, results, tickets and TV listings

WHEN DOES THE 2022 GUINNESS SIX NATIONS START?

The 2022 Six Nations will once again see the England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales international rugby union teams take each other on over the course of five thrilling rugby-packed weekends of fixtures. This is an international competition that takes place annually, with each of the six sides playing each other once.

The 2022 fixture schedule for the Guinness Six Nations begins on Saturday, 5th February 2022 with Ireland getting the first match underway against defending champions Wales followed by Scotland hosting England at BT Murrayfield; then on Sunday 6th February 2022 France host Italy at the Stade de France in Paris.

WHEN DOES THE 2022 GUINNESS SIX NATIONS FINISH?

The 2022 Guinness Six Nations competition runs until 19th March 2022 when all three fixtures of Round 5 take place on the same day known as ‘Super Saturday’, starting with Wales v Italy at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, followed by Ireland v Scotland and Dublin before culminating in France v England at the Stade de France.

WHAT ARE THE 2022 GUINNESS SIX NATIONS FIXTURES?

ROUND ONE

Ireland v Wales, Saturday Feb 5, KO TBC, Dublin

Scotland v England, Saturday Feb 5, KO TBC, Edinburgh

France v Italy Feb 6, KO TBC, Paris

ROUND TWO

Wales v Scotland, Saturday Feb 12, KO TBC, Cardiff

France v Ireland, Saturday Feb 12, KO TBC, Paris

Italy v England, Sunday Feb 13, KO TBC, Rome

ROUND THREE

Scotland v France, Saturday Feb 26, KO TBC, Edinburgh

England v Wales, Saturday Feb 26, KO TBC, Twickenham

Ireland v Italy, Sunday Feb 27, KO TBC, Dublin

ROUND FOUR

Wales v France, Friday March 11, KO TBC, Cardiff

Italy v Scotland, Saturday March 12, KO TBC, Rome

England v Ireland, Saturday March 12, KO TBC, Twickenham

ROUND FIVE

Wales v Italy, Saturday March 19, KO TBC, Cardiff

Ireland v Scotland, Saturday March 19, KO TBC, Dublin

France v England, Saturday March 19, KO TBC, Paris

WHERE CAN FANS AND SUPPORTERS BUY TICKETS OR HOSPITALITY?

Tickets are distributed by the host Union of each match, with a limited number of tickets made available to the visiting Union for their supporters, ie for a Wales v Scotland match, you should contact the Welsh Rugby Union in the first instance, unless you live in Scotland, in which case you could also contact the Scottish Rugby Union.

To ensure that you obtain a genuine ticket, we recommend that you only purchase tickets through an official source. Details of ticket policies and suppliers can be obtained directly from each Union.

WHAT HAPPENED IN THE 2021 GUINNESS SIX NATIONS?

Wales claimed their first Six Nations title of the Wayne Pivac era, with four wins from five helping them finish top of the standings. Victories over Ireland, Scotland, England and Italy put Wales on the cusp of securing their second Grand Slam in three years but a dramatic defeat to France on Super Saturday ended their bid for the clean sweep. That result kept the title race alive for another week after Scotland’s Round 3 clash with France was rearranged for the following Friday. Les Bleus needed a bonus point and a winning margin of 21 points but their title hopes were dashed by Gregor Townsend’s men, who secured their first win in Paris since 1999. Ireland finished third in the table, ahead of Scotland, England and Italy.

2021 GUINNESS SIX NATIONS RESULTS:

ROUND ONE

Italy 10-50 France – Report

England 6-11 Scotland – Report

Wales 21-16 Ireland – Report

ROUND TWO

England 41-18 Italy – Report

Scotland 24-25 Wales – Report

Ireland 13-15 France – Report

ROUND THREE

Italy 10-48 Ireland – Report

Wales 40-24 England – Report

France 23-27 Scotland – Report

ROUND FOUR

Italy 7-48 Wales – Report

England 23-20 France – Report

Scotland 24-27 Ireland – Report

ROUND FIVE

Scotland 52-10 Italy – Report

Ireland 32-18 England – Report

France 32-30 Wales – Report