Rugby: Rome hosts Italy’s matches for the Guinness Six Nations 2023
Guinness Six Nations Trophy
The Azzurri will debut against France on February 5. Ireland and Wales are also expected at the Olympic Stadium. Games will be played from February 4 to March 18, 2023.
Europe’s most important international 15-a-side rugby tournament will once again be in the spotlight in 2023. The Italian National Rugby Team will give its all at the Rome Olympic Stadium on three incredible days for the Guinness Six Nations tournament between February and March.
The 2023 edition will be the 24th yearly competition between the international teams of France, Wales, England, Ireland, Italy and Scotland, as well as the 129th ever, including the Home Nations Championship and Five Nations editions.
Kick-off is scheduled for Saturday February 4 with Wales-Ireland clash at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff while England and Scotland will contest the Calcutta Cup at Twickenham shortly afterwards.
The Azzurri will debut on Sunday February 5 at the Olympic Stadium, in the first of three home matches – with the Garibaldi Trophy also up for grabs – against reigning champions France, who will host the tenth edition of the World Cup the same year. The following week, Sunday February 12, the Crowley-led team will make its first trip to Twickenham in England.
On February 25, Ireland will take on the Italian National Team in the third round. The same is scheduled for March 11 on the Wales turn. Championship end on March 18 with the Scotland-Italy match at Murrayfield, which will kick off Super Saturday.
Here you can find the complete calendar of the Guinness Six Nations 2023 (with Italian timetables):
Wales vs Ireland – 3.15pm
England vs Scotland – 5.45pm
Italy vs France – 4pm
Ireland vs France – 3.15pm
Scotland vs Wales – 5.45pm
England vs Italy – 4pm
Italy vs Ireland – 3.15pm
Wales vs England – 5.45pm
France vs Scotland – 4pm
Italy vs Wales – 3.15pm
England vs France – 5.45pm
Scotland vs Ireland – 4pm
Scotland vs Italy – 1.30pm
France vs Wales – 3.45pm
Ireland vs England – 6pm
Join TriviHo – Luxury Hotel Rome for the Italian rugby event
Do not miss the Italian Guinness Six Nations stops and book your luxury room at TriviHo now
The Guinness Six Nations was established at the end of the 19th century as the Home Nations Championship, a tournament played exclusively by the four teams from the British Isles. From 1910 to 1931 first, and 1947 to 1999 later, France was also invited to participate and the championship changed its name to Five Nations. The current name dates back to 2000, the year of the Italian national team’s debut. As usual, each of the six teams faces each other once in the biggest stadiums of the six capital cities.
Five exciting weekends full of great challenges await six European Rugby National Teams between February and March 2023. Three spectacular days will attract thousands of fans to the Eternal City. If you intend to witness the performances of the great Italian and European rugby players while staying in a boutique hotel offering a completely relaxing experience, we can only recommend TriviHo – Luxury Hotel Rome.
Situated in a historic building in the central Trevi district, our facility is a guarantee of both professionalism and hospitality. We are located at Via Barberini 50, near to the Trevi Fountain, Via Veneto, Trinità dei Monti, Piazza di Spagna, Via dei Condotti, and Villa Borghese. An excellent starting point to easily reach the heart of the Capital.
Book your luxury room now! TriviHo is the right boutique hotel for those who do not want to miss out on this exciting sporting event.
Do not miss the very best European rugby at the Rome Olympic Stadium in Rome
The matches scheduled at the Olympic Stadium in Rome are as follows:
• Sunday February 5, 16:00: Italy vs France
• Saturday February 25 at 3:15 pm: Italy vs Ireland
• Saturday March 11 at 3.15 pm: Italy vs Wales
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The Guinness Six Nations 24th edition will take place at the Olympic Stadium, in Viale dei Gladiatori 31, 00135 Rome RM.
The complex is about 6 km from TriviHo – Luxury Hotel Rome and can be easily reached by car/taxi (in 15 minutes) or by the following public transport (in 25 minutes):
• Metro A – Direction Battistini, from bus stop Barberini to bus stop Ottaviano, then bus 32 – Direction Saxa Rubra, from bus stop Ottaviano to bus stop De Bosis/Stadio Tennis and on foot for about 8 minutes (650 metres).
• Metro A – Direction Battistini, from bus stop Barberini to bus stop Lepanto, then bus 280 – Direction Mancini or bus 301 – Direction Grottarossa/Istituto Asisium from bus stop Giulio Cesare/Lepanto to bus stop De Bosis/Stadio Tennis and on foot for about 8 minutes (650 metres).