Six Nations 2021

The 2021 Six Nations kicks off on the weekend of 6-7 February and concludes with ‘Super Saturday’ on 20 March.

The 2020 championship was the longest in history, with delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic meaning it didn’t conclude until 31 October. England lifted the trophy on points difference ahead of France, but who will triumph in 2021?

Below you’ll find links to all the information you need about the championship.

Six Nations Fixtures: Make sure you know when all the games are taking place in this piece.

Women’s Six Nations Fixtures: Stay up to date with all the games taking place in the Women’s Six Nations here.

Six Nations TV CoverageTake a look at our handy guide on the TV schedule for the tournament so you don’t miss a moment of the action. 

Six Nations Dates: Find out all the key dates for the 2020 tournament here.

Six Nations Injuries: Who is struggling to be fit for the tournament? Who is out indefinitely? We take a look here.

Six Nations Table: Come tournament time, this page will keep you to date with how the teams stand.

Six Nations Tickets: Find out how you can get tickets for Six Nations matches here.

Team Guides

IrelandFixtures, Squad

EnglandFixtures, Squad

WalesFixtures, Squad

ScotlandFixtures, Squad

FranceFixtures, Squad

ItalyFixtures, Squad

Six Nations Stadium Guide: Where will all the matches take place? Take a look at the six stadiums here.

Cardiff central: Wales play their games at the Principality Stadium (Getty Images)

Follow our Six Nations homepage which we update regularly with news and features.

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