Six Nations Championship Rugby Venues
The 6 Nations venues cover some of the best sports stadiums in the world with the likes of Twickenham, Stade de France and the Aviva Stadium in Ireland. Add to that the Millennium Stadium in Wales, Murrayfield in Scotland and Stadio Olimpico in Italy, the tournament has some of the finest stadia around.
Twickenham Stadium - England
The home of English Rugby is a fantastic stadium for the spectators to watch with a superb atmosphere. England has a great record at Twickenham and anyone coming there and taking the points know they have been in a game.
Six Nations Venue - Twickenham Stadium
Principality Stadium - Wales
Completed at the turn of the century this is one of the best viewing stadiums in the world as it was designed so as to give the impression that you where on the field of play itself. Cardiff Arms Park was a tough act to follow but the Welsh got it right with this magnificent stadium.
Six Nations Venue - Principality Stadium
Murrayfield Stadium - Scotland
Murrayfield is the home of Scottish Rugby and this Stadium was renovated in 1994 and today it has an all seated capacity of 67,000 where once they crammed over a hundred thousand into it in the early days over a hundred years ago.
Six Nations Venue - Murrayfield Stadium
Aviva Stadium - Ireland
The Aviva Stadium is the name given to the brand new Rugby and Football ground built on the old site at Lansdowne Road. This impressive 50,000 all seater stadium will need to build a history of its own, with Ireland hoping to make it a fortress.
Six Nations Venue - Aviva Stadium
Stade De France - France
Built for the 1998 Football World Cup Stade de France is the new home of French Rugby and the Rugby team has built this as a real fortress with a very impressive record there since they moved in.
Six Nations Venue - Stade De France
Stadio Olimpico - Italy
Italy began playing their Six Nations matches in the impressive surroundings of Stadio Olimpico in 2012. They will share the stadium with the Lazio and Roma football teams and the intimidating arena is a far cry from their former Stadio Flaminio home, which had a capacity of a mere 25,000.