Have You Got Your Six Nations Rugby 2019 Tickets?

The Six Nations rugby championships take place in February and March 2019 and these matches are your final chances to see the home nations, France and Italy compete before September 2019’s Rugby World Cup in Japan.

Six Nations tickets are available for the host venues: Twickenham, the Principality Stadium, Murrayfield, the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Stadio Olimpico in Rome and the Stade de Paris in Paris.

Six Nations tickets are in extremely high demand so please don’t hesitate to book your place pitch-side or you may be too late.  Moreover, if you’re in a world class venue enjoying a match between some of the best players in the sport why not treat your private or corporate party to the exceptional benefits of a Six Nations hospitality package through a specialist firm like DTB Sports and Events.

Six Nations corporate hospitality represents a rewarding return on investment. In our digital era, spending time interacting face to face in a shared activity and creating positive memories sets you above rivals and will exceed expectations.

Six Nations corporate hospitality packages can be bespoke, or guests are welcome to book pre-tailored experiences.

Please don’t aim to build a Six Nations corporate hospitality package independently; this can be labour and time intensive and can cost more than using a specialist firm. DTB Sports and Events has several years of experience and strong working relationships with the venues’ management teams. Trust them with your day out.

As a private party guest as soon as you’ve savoured the luxuries, facilities and opportunities on offer at very competitive fees you will be loathed to just book “normal” Six Nations tickets in the future.

In October 2018 the top 5 world rankings were:

1. New Zealand.
2. Ireland.
3. Wales.
4. England.
5. South Africa.

World Cup hosts, Japan, are ranked 11th.

Did you know…?

The Six Nations rugby takes place between Friday 1st February and Saturday 16th March 2019. It opens with France versus Wales at home; England play Scotland at Twickenham to close the event.

Each team plays the other five once during the tournament.

The home advantage alternates each year.

Ireland won the men’s championship in 2018, England took the women’s title and France won the under 20’s tournament.

England and Scotland played the first match of what would evolve in to Six Nations in 1871.

In 1883 the tournament became the Home Nations as Ireland and Wales joined Scotland and England’s teams. France first competed in 1910 creating Five Nations but did not participate during the interwar years so once again the name was Home Nations.

France returned in the 1940’s and Six Nations rugby is a relatively recent development; Italy has competed since 2000.

Scotland was the last team to win Five Nations, but they have yet to be victorious at the Six Nations rugby championships.

As the Six Nations boasts three of the best teams in the world, isn’t it time that you obtained your Six Nations tickets with a plethora of hospitality extras?