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Our handy guide lists airport and airline options for each stadium to host a 2023 Six Nations match.
The 2023 Six Nations Championship will be the 24th Six Nations Championship, the annual rugby union competition which is contested by the national teams of England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France and Italy. On this page you can discover where each fixture will be played, and how you can fly to each stadium to watch your preferred match!
When does the six nations rugby start?
The 2023 Six Nations Championship will begin on Saturday 4th February, when Wales take on Ireland.
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Find the airport that you need to fly to easily access each stadium from the list below, then simply select an airline to start searching for flights.
Best airport to fly into — Dublin Airport
From the UK: Aer Lingus, Aer Lingus Regional, British Airways, Ryanair
From France: Aer Lingus, Air France, Transavia France
From Italy: Aer Lingus, Ryanair
Best airport to fly into — Edinburgh Airport
From the UK (domestic): British Airways, easyJet, Flybe
From France: Air France, easyJet, Transavia France, Ryanair
From Ireland: Aer Lingus Regional, Ryanair
From Italy: Ryanair
Best airport to fly into — Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO)
From the UK: Alitalia, British Airways, Vueling, easyJet
From Ireland: Aer Lingus
From France: Air France, Alitalia, ASL Airlines France, easyJet, Vueling
Best airport to fly into — London Heathrow
From the UK (domestic): British Airways, Flybe
From France: British Airways, Air France,
From Ireland: Aer Lingus, British Airways
From Italy: Alitalia, British Airways
Wales v Ireland
Sat 4th February, Principality Stadium
England v Scotland
Sat 4th February, Twickenham Stadium
Italy v France
Sun 5th February, Stadio Olimpico
Ireland v France
Sat 11th Feb, Aviva Stadium
Scotland v Wales
Sat 11th Feb, BT Murrayfield
England v Italy
Sun 12th Feb, Twickenham Stadium
Italy v Ireland
Sat 25th Feb, Stadio Olimpico
Wales v England
Sat 25th Feb, Principality Stadium
France v Scotland
Sun 26th Feb, Stade de France
Italy v Ireland
Sat 11th Mar, Stadio Olimpico
England v France
Sat 11th Mar, Twickenham Stadium
Scotland v Ireland
Sun 12th Mar, BT Murrayfield
Scotland v Italy
Sat 18th Mar, BT Murrayfield Stadium
France v Wales
Sat 18th Mar, Stade de France
Ireland v England
Sat 18th Mar, Aviva Stadium
The Six Nations is played every year between the top six rugby union-playing countries in Europe: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy.
Wales currently hold the overall Six Nations record, with 39 victories. 27 were outright, and 12 were shared. England has had 38 victories, with the highest record of outright wins, at 28 (and 10 shared).
There are 6 teams, one for each 'Nation': England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, and Italy. Each team plays each other once. Home and away fixtures alternate each year. If a team wins they are awarded four points, and if they draw they are awarded two points. A bonus point system was introduced in 2016, which means that teams receive an extra point if they score four or more tries, or if they lose by seven points or less.