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The Six Nations is an annual tournament in which 6 national teams from the European continent participate. The first draw of the tournament was held back in 1883, but only British teams (Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England) took part in it back then. Since 1910, the French national team has also participated in the tournament, and since 2000, the Italian national team. The winner of the Six Nations is unofficially considered the European rugby champion.

The tournament has a rich history; each of the British national teams took part in at least 120 entries, France have taken part in 87, and Italy has so far played only in 17 draws of the tournament. For rugby players, winning the Six Nations is very valuable, as it is one of the most significant international tournaments in the sport.

The average attendance of the tournament can tell a lot about the fans’ interest in the tournament. In recent seasons, it has consistently been at the level of 68-69 thousand fans per game. It could have been even larger were it not for the relatively small capacity of the Irish national team’s stadium (51,700 spectators).

The teams with the most titles in the tournament are:

England – 27 wins
Wales – 26 wins
France – 15 wins

The Six Nations has an extremely simple draw structure. Each team plays against all opponents once. In total, teams play 5 games per season. Moreover, if this season England is hosting Wales at home, then the game next season will take place at the Welsh stadium.

According to the results of the fifth round, the tournament champions and the prize-winners are determined. The tournament does provide bonus points (a winning BP is awarded for scoring four tries or more in a game, a losing BP for losing by seven points or less), and teams also receive 2 points for a victory, and 1 point for a draw. In case of equality of points, the team with the best point difference gets the higher place in the standings.

The cup runs for 6 weeks (from early February to mid-March). Home teams in the tournament, on average, win 60% of their games, but in many respects their result depends on where the leaders ‘and outsiders’ matches will take place this season. In some seasons, due to the peculiarities of the calendar, guests score even more points than the hosts. The average total of games is at the level of 40-45 points per match.