The 2020 Six Nations Championship will be the 21st Six Nations Championship. The annual rugby union competition contested by the national teams. England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales, and the 126th edition of the competition. Wales enter the tournament as defending champions, having beaten Ireland at the Millennium Stadium. On the final day of 2019’s tournament to claim their first Grand Slam since 2012. As a big fan, you need to get much information about Six Nations Championship 2020. For the reason, you will want to fetch the information from the official page.Wales vs Ireland Live Stream
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Wales compete annually in the Six Nations Championship. Which is played against five other European nations: England, France, Ireland, Italy, and Scotland. The Six Nations started as the Home Nations Championship in 1883, as a contest between the four component nations of the United Kingdom. Wales first won it in 1893, when they achieved a Triple Crown. Wales have won the tournament outright 27 times, and shared 12 other victories. Their longest wait between championships was 11 years. Wales first won a Grand Slam in 1908 – although France did not officially join the Five Nations until 1910 and their first Six Nations Grand Slam in 2005. Their most recent Grand Slam and Triple Crown were won in 2019 with victory over Ireland on the final day of the Six Nations tournament. The Six Nations Championship, held every year in February and March, is Ireland’s only annual tournament. It is contested against England, France, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Ireland was a member of the inaugural Home Nations in 1883, with France and Italy joining later to form the Five and Six Nations respectively. Ireland won their first championship in 1894, also winning the Triple Crown. Ireland’s first Grand Slam occurred in the 1948 season and their second in the 2009 season. In total Ireland have been outright champions on fourteen occasions following their title in the 2018 Six Nations Championship and have nine shared wins. Ireland won their third ever Grand Slam in the 2018 Six Nations Championship with a 15-24 win over England at Twickenham on March 17.