Six Nations Rugby 2016 On US TV

Six Nations Rugby 2016 On US TV  | The Six Nations Championship is a yearly universal rugby union rivalry including six European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. It is supported by the Royal Bank of Scotland. The present champions are Ireland, having won the 2015 Tournament.

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Six Nations Rugby ON US TV

The Six Nations is the successor to the Five Nations Championship (1910–31 and 1947–99) which thus succeeded the Home Nations Championship (1883–1909 and 1932–39). The Home Nations Championship, played between groups from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, was the main universal rugby union competition. The victors of the Six Nations Championship are at times informally alluded to in the media as the European Champions or Northern Hemisphere Champions. Ireland are the 2015 champions, having completed on equivalent table focuses with Wales and England however winning the trophy by ideals of accomplishing a higher match focuses distinction.

Britain and Wales are the joint record holders for out and out wins of the Home Nations, Five Nations and Six Nations competitions, with 26 titles each, in spite of the fact that Wales add to that record with 12 shared triumphs to England’s 10. Subsequent to the Six Nations time began in 2000, just Italy and Scotland have neglected to win the Six Nations title, despite the fact that Scotland were the last out and out victors of the Five

Full Six Nations fixture schedule::

* All kick-off times in GMT

Round 1

14:25, 06/02/2016 – France v Italy

16:50, 06/02/2016 – Scotland v England

15:00, 07/02/2016 – Ireland v Wales

Round 2

14:25, 13/02/2016 – France v Ireland

16:50, 13/02/2016 – Wales v Scotland

14:00, 14/02/2016 – Italy v England

Round 3

20:05, 26/02/2016 – Wales v France

14:25, 27/02/2016 – Italy v Scotland

16:50, 27/02/2016 – England v Ireland

Round 4

13:30, 12/03/2016 – Ireland v Italy

16:00, 12/03/2016 – England v Wales

15:00, 13/03/2016 – Scotland v France

Round 5

14:30, 19/03/2016 – Wales v Italy

17:00, 19/03/2016 – Ireland v Scotland

20:00, 19/03/2016 – France v England