|14 Mar 20||Wales Rugby ||-|| ||Scotland Rugby|
|08 Mar 20||Scotland Rugby ||28 - 17|| ||France Rugby|
|07 Mar 20||England Rugby ||33 - 30|| ||Wales Rugby|
|23 Feb 20||England Rugby ||24 - 12|| ||Ireland Rugby|
|22 Feb 20||Italy Rugby ||0 - 17|| ||Scotland Rugby|
|22 Feb 20||Wales Rugby ||23 - 27|| ||France Rugby|
|09 Feb 20||France Rugby ||35 - 22|| ||Italy Rugby|
|08 Feb 20||Ireland Rugby ||24 - 14|| ||Wales Rugby|
|08 Feb 20||Scotland Rugby ||6 - 13|| ||England Rugby|
|02 Feb 20||France Rugby ||24 - 17|| ||England Rugby|
The Six Nations Championship (known as the Guinness Six Nations for sponsorship reasons) is an annual international rugby union competition between the teams of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales. These are currently the six highest-ranked teams in Europe although participation in the championship is based on historical membership, not ranking. The current champions are Wales, who won the 2019 tournament.
The Six Nations is the successor to the Home Nations Championship (1883–1909 and 1932–39), played between teams from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, which was the first international rugby union tournament. With the addition of France, this became the Five Nations Championship (1910–31 and 1947–99), which in turn became the Six Nations Championship with the addition of Italy.
England hold the record for outright wins with 28. Since the Six Nations era started in 2000, only Italy and Scotland have failed to win the Six Nations title.
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