The legendary 6 Nations Rugby tournament starts on 3rd February 2018.
Now is the perfect time to book 6 Nations rugby hospitality and private party rugby hospitality to relish luxuries and experiences that an entry ticket simply can’t deliver.
Remember, the normal high demand added to repeat business from attendees of the 2017 matches means that you shouldn’t hesitate to book your place to savour dynamic play and fingers crossed, more historical records being broken and made.
The last matches are set to be played on the 17th March 2018, England play Ireland at Twickenham and Italy take on Scotland at Stadio Olimpico.
6 Nations Rugby Hospitality Packages
You could watch the matches whilst parked on the sofa or at the pub, but wouldn’t you rather be in the Twickenham stands as England take on rivals? Isn’t 6 Nations rugby hospitality a perfect excuse to spoil someone by taking them away for a weekend to Dublin or Paris?
As the stadiums have been built to accommodate you, your guests and an onslaught of fellow enthusiasts and we have a delightful array of rugby hospitality packages to enrich your viewing, doesn’t staying away from the live event to save a little effort also cost you a wealth of atmospheric benefits and experiences?
If you or someone you know, and want to treat, adores rugby speak to us about marvellous rugby hospitality packages.
- The tournament began irregularly as England versus Scotland then expanded in 1883 to incorporate Ireland and Wales and became an annual event called the Home Nations Championships. (1883-1909.)
- It became 5 Nations when France joined in 1910, they left in 1931 (it reverted to Home Nations in 1932) and were readmitted to the competition in 1947.
- Today’s 6 Nations Championship was created in 2000 when Italy participated for the first time.
- Across these competitions, England holds the record for wins.
- Scotland last won when it was 5 Nations Rugby. Italy has never won.
- Twickenham, the largest venue, holds 82000 fans.
- The smallest of the 6 Nations venues is Ireland’s Aviva Stadium which holds 51700. Interestingly, the Irish team used Croke Park when Aviva was being built, this has capacity for 82300.
- Home field advantage is alternated year on year.
- Each team plays the others once during the tournament.
- Two points are awarded for a win, one for a draw and none for a loss. The bonus point system is not employed.
Did you know that 80% of business leaders who used corporate hospitality at the 2015 Rugby World Cup believed it was a vital marketing tool, offering an excellent return on investment?
At DTB Sports and Events we have pre-structured packages and can build bespoke 6 Nations corporate hospitality and private party options. Perhaps add a birthday cake or a unique souvenir? We can’t guarantee your team will win or that the players will ask you to have a drink with them, but whatever else you want, we aim to deliver it.
That’s why DTB Sports and Events are leading 6 nations rugby hospitality providers.
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