Competition Dates: 06/02/2021 - 20/03/2021
6 Teams. 6 Venues. 15 Matches to be played.
This will be the 22nd series of the Six Nations Championship, and the tournament is once again sponsored by Guinness.
The final match of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations championship will be played out by England and Scotland at Twickenham.
European rugby put on a memorable final round of action before heading into hibernation for the festive period, with plenty of sides delivering early Christmas presents in both the Champions and Challenge Cups.
Finn Russell orchestrated a superb Racing 92 victory away at Leicester Tigers in Round 4 of the Champions Cup, capping off a wonderful weekend for Scottish rugby.
Ireland's back-row bruisers continue to flex their muscles as Dan Leavy and Jack Conan both crossed in Leinster's comfortable Champions Cup victory over Bath.
A dazzling individual display from Yoann Huget inspired Toulouse to a sterling 42-27 victory over Wasps in a Champions Cup thriller that gave France head coach Jacques Brunel plenty of food for thought.
Jamie George produced a man-of-the-match showing for Saracens as they continued their juggernaut start to the season.
Ireland international Iain Henderson bagged a brace for Ulster as they made it back-to-back wins against Scarlets in the Champions Cup on Friday night.
The top two from this year's Six Nations do battle on the final day of the 2019 championship, with whispers abounding that the Principality Stadium may well have a decider on its hands.
The accolades keep rolling in for Rory Best who this weekend will become Ulster's most-capped player in Europe.
Jacob Stockdale admits he could not have dreamed of such a successful season after winning the 2018 BBC Sport Northern Ireland Personality of the Year.
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