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The Six Nations Championship is a Northern Hemisphere Rugby Championship contested by Six European nations. England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales all take pat every year.
The 2016 Six Nations Championship icks off on Saturday the 6th of February and is played over five rounds finishing on Saturday the 19th of March.
|Six Nations Rugby Fixtures Round 1|
|Saturday 6th February||14.25||France||v||Italy||Rome (TBC)|
|Sunday 7th February||15.00||Ireland||v||Wales||Aviva Stadium Dublin|
|Six Nations Rugby Fixtures Round 2|
|Saturday 13th February||14.25||France||v||Ireland||Stade de France, Paris|
|16.50||Wales||v||Scotland||Principality Stadium Cardiff|
|Sunday 14th February||14.00||Italy||v||England||Rome (TBC)|
|Six Nations Rugby Fixtures Round 3|
|Friday 26th February||20.05||Wales||France||Principality Stadium Cardiff|
|Saturday 27th February||14.25||Italy||Scotland||Rome (TBC)|
|Six Nations Rugby Fixtures Round 4|
|Saturday 12th March||13.30||Ireland||Italy||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|Sunday 12th March||15.00||Scotland||France||Murrayfield, Edinburgh|
|Six Nations Rugby Fixtures Round 5|
|Saturday 19th March||14.30||Wales||Italy|
|17.00||Ireland||Scotland||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|20.00||France||England||Stade de France, Paris|
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