The Six Nations Championship originated in 1882 - making it the oldest rugby championship in the world!

It’s that time of year again where everybody goes rugby mad.  This year the first matches will take place on Saturday 3rd February and Wales will play three home games at the magnificent Principality Stadium. This year Wales will play the “blue” teams (Scotland, Italy and France) at home.



Saturday 3rd – Wales 34 v 7 Scotland
Saturday 10th – England 12 v 6 Wales
Saturday 24th – Ireland 37 v 27 Wales


Sunday 11th – Wales 38 v 14 Italy
Saturday 17th – Wales 14 v 13 France

Looking for something to do in between matches? Check out our events guide!

Six Nations Deals & Events

Eat & Drink in Cardiff

Cardiff has hundreds of places to eat and drink. Wandering around a new city when you’re hungry is the last thing you want (especially on a match day!) So luckily we have plenty of choice.

Getting Around the City

Cardiff is one of the flattest cities in the UK and known as the 15-minute city, with the Principality Stadium, Bute Park, Cardiff Castle and the restaurants all within walking distance of each other. Create your own urban adventure in the downtime between matches and check out our guide to the ultimate Cardiff shopping experience,

Practical Tourist Advice

Six Nations Countries

Find out how your country is linked to Cardiff and experience a taste of your own culture within the Welsh capital!

Italy – Ciao!
France – Bonjour!