Six Nations Hospitality

 RBS Six Nations Hospitality Packages

 February - March 2017

Twickenham Stadium - England

In 2005 work started on the new South Stand to increase capacity to a massive 82,000 making it the largest rugby union ground in the UK. Twickenham has been the home of the England Rugby team since its formation in 1905.

Twickenham Hospitality

Principality Stadium - Wales

Opened in June 1999, the stadium has over 1.3 million visitors per year and boasts the first retractable roof on a stadium in Britain. Home to the Welsh national team, the Millennium is regarded as one of the best venues for rugby in the world.

Millennium Stadium Hospitality

BT Murrayfield Stadium - Scotland

Located in West Edinburgh the Murrayfield was first built in 1925.  The capacity has been reduced from 67,800 to 67,144 to incorporate the largest permanent "big screens" in the country, though it remains the largest stadium in Scotland.

Aviva Stadium - Ireland

Built on the site of the former the Lansdown Road Stadium, and now hosts the Irish National rugby union team, and has a capacity of over 50,000.  The stadium is Ireland's first, and only, UEFA Elite Stadium and in 2011 hosted the Europa League Final.

Aviva Stadium Hospitality

Stade de France - France

Originally built for the football World Cup, the Stade de France is home to the French football and rugby national teams. With the capacity to hold over 80,000 fans and with state of the art retractable stands, the Stade de France is one of the most modern stadiums in the world.

Stade de France Hospitality

Stadio Flaminio - Italy

Built in 1959, the Stadio Flaminio beat off competition from six other stadiums to host Italy's inaugural game of the Six Nations. Renovated to a capacity of 42,000 it is now regarded as the home of Italian Rugby.

Stadio Flaminio Hospitality