The Six Nations Championship
On Saturday 6th February the 2016 championship gets underway as England, Ireland, Scotland Wales, France and Italy's rugby teams battle it for the chance to raise the Six Nations trophy! Support your country and experience the electrifying atmosphere first hand by taking the train to watch the games.
|Sat 6th Feb||14.25||France v Italy||Stade de France|
|Sat 6th Feb||16.50||Scotland v England||Murrayfield|
|Sun 7th Feb||14.00||Ireland v Wales||Aviva Stadium|
|Sat 13th Feb||14.25||France v Ireland||Stade de France|
|Sat 13th Feb||16.50||Wales v Scotland||Principality Stadium|
|Sun 14th Feb||14.00||Italy v England||Stadio Olympico|
Edinburgh - London fares from £135.50
Manchester-London fares from £88.50
Bristol-London from £56.00 (47.70 with split ticketing)
Cardiff-Dublin from £76.00
London-Dublin from £72.00
N.B We only post tickets inside the UK. Tickets for journeys starting in Dublin must either be picked up from a UK TOD departure station before the date of travel or posted to a UK address. The fares shown above were calculated on 21/01/16 and are return fares for one adult travelling standard class. Some of the fares shown are advance fares which are sold subject to availability.
UK & Irish Venues
- The home of English Rugby and the headquarters of the RFU, Twickenham Stadium is situated in West London and is the world's largest stadium devoted solely to rugby.
- Take the train to Waterloo or to Reading where you can catch services to Twickenham. Richmond Station is also a short walk from the stadium. From Central London, you can also take the London Underground's District Line to Richmond.
- Click here for additional information about travelling to Twickenham
- The Murrayfield Stadium is located in the West End of Edinburgh and is the venue for all Scottish home Rugby Union games.
- Edinburgh Haymarket,the closest station, is around a mile away from Murrayfield. Edinburgh's main station Waverley, where direct trains depart for London, Newcastle, York, Durham, Manchester Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness is a short bus journey from the ground.
- For more details about getting to Murrayfield click here
Principality Stadium (Cardiff)
- Built to host the 1999 Rugby world cup, the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, formerly known as the Principality Stadium is the second largest stadium in the world. In addition to rugby it often stages Welsh National football games and large concerts.
- The stadium is just 400m from Cardiff Central station, which provides direct, regular trains to destinations including London, Birmingham and Manchester and Reading .
- For more travel information click here
Aviva Stadium (Dublin)
- The Aviva Stadium was built on the site of Lansdowne Road stadium and is the base of the Irish Rugby Union team.
- The ground is easily accesible by public transport. Travellers from the centre of Dublin can take the DART from Pearse, Tara Street or Connolly Stations to Lansdowne Road station which is just outside the stadium.
- Passengers travelling to Dublin from the UK with SailRail tickets can catch a bus into Dublin city centre from the port if travelling with Irish Ferries. A separate coach transfer service is timed to connect with the Stenaline ferries.
- Further directions for getting to the stadium can be found here
For more information visit the Official RBS Six Nations Website