Each year, the Six Nations Championship gathers the best rugby players from England, France, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Although the traditional sport started more than a century ago, the love and support for the teams and the game itself continues to this day. This specific competition plays out over a course of fifteen matches which will be played in various stadiums around Europe.
While some older fans might prefer to watch the events within the comfort of their own homes, a small flat screen still cannot compare to the thrill of an actual live match. Therefore, if you want to have a piece of the action, it is best if you take note of the actual ticket prices for each match. Listed below are some of the average prices for the six nations 2016 tickets.
For the first game of the championship, France and Italy will battle it out in the Stade de France in Paris. Tickets for this match are priced at £37 per person.
On the same day, a match between Scotland and England will be held in Murrayfield in Edinburg. Tickets for this match are priced at £169 per person.
7 Feb 2016
On the second day of the Six Nations games, Ireland will challenge Wales in on their home turf at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Tickets for this match are priced at £134 per person.
13 Feb 2016
After a few days’ rest, France will once again take on Ireland in the Stade de France. Six nations 2016 tickets for this match are priced at £45 per person.
Meanwhile, Wales will take on Scotland in the Cardiff Millenium Stadium. You can watch this match for a price of £125 per person.
14 Feb 2016
Italy will face England in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on the fourth day of the Six Nations games. Six nations 2016 tickets for this game are priced at £23 per person.
26 Feb 2016
Wales will play against France in the Cardiff Meillenium Stadium after a full week’s rest. Tickets for this match are priced at £135 per person.
27 Feb 2016
The first match on this day will be held between Italy and Scotland in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. You can watch this match for £22 per person.
Meanwhile, another match between England and Ireland will also be happening on the same day in Twickenham Stadium in London. Howver tickets will be priced a bit steeper compared to the other games since each ticket will set you back by £407.
12 Mar 2016
On the 12th of March, Ireland will play against Italy in the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Tickets for this game are priced at £119 per person. Another match between England and Wales will also take place in Twickenham Stadium in London. You can watch the game for £395.
13 Mar 2016
Scotland will challenge France in Murrayfield in Edinburgh on the next day. Tickets for this game are priced at £95 per person.
19 Mar 2016
On the final day of the Championship, 3 matches will take place in various locations. In the Cardiff Millennium Stadium in the UK, Wales will take on Italy. Tickets for this game are priced at £110 per person.
Meanwhile, Ireland will play against Scotland in the Aviva Stadium on their home soil. Tickets for this game are priced at £122 per person.
Lastly, France will have the upper hand in a battle against England in their very own Stade de France in Paris. Tickets for this game are priced at £57 per person.