Six Nations 2022

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Announcing 2022 Guinness Six Nations Match Schedule

We have great pleasure letting you know the 2022 Six Nations Fixtures which have been announced. There are some cracking games starting with the opener on February 05, when Ireland will host defending champions Wales in Dublin.  The final game on March 19 will have France hosting England in Paris, with a possible Championship or Grand Slam on the line.  Here is the full schedule of fixtures:

Round 1: 
Sat, Feb. 05: Ireland v. Wales in Dublin
Sat, Feb. 05: Scotland v. England in Edinburgh
Sun, Feb. 06: France v. Italy in Paris

Round 2:
Sat, Feb. 12: Wales v. Scotland in Cardiff
Sat, Feb. 12: France v. Ireland in Paris 
Sun, Feb. 13: Italy v. England in Rome

Round 3: 
Sat, Feb. 26: Scotland v. France in Edinburgh
Sat, Feb. 26: England v. Wales in London
Sun, Feb. 27: Ireland v. Italy in Dublin

Round 4:
Fri, Mar. 11: Wales v. France in Cardiff
Sat, Mar. 12: Italy v. Scotland in Rome
Sat, Mar. 12: England v. Ireland in London

Round 5:
Sat, Mar. 19: Wales v. Italy in Cardiff
Sat, Mar. 19: Ireland v. Scotland in Dublin
Sat. Mar. 19: France v. England in Paris

Please sign up to register your interest for travel packages with tickets to the Six Nations Games, which will be available shortly.  You will be notified ahead of general release. 

As conditions continue to normalize, we are quite hopeful that fans will soon be able to travel to and attend rugby matches. Therefore, we would like to offer you the opportunity to register for our Six Nations 2022 packages. The Six Nations 2022 Championship is a pivotal competition for all teams preparing to participate in the Rugby World Cup 2023.

Registering your information will grant you exclusive, first-look access to details about our Six Nations 2022 Ireland supporters travel packages. These details will be sent to you before they go live on our site, meaning you’ll be the first to know.

We’re still waiting on word regarding the fixtures, but we’ll likely see Ireland host Italy, Scotland, and Wales, as well as make their way to both Paris and Twickenham.

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