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The RBS Six Nations Championships is a rugby union competition that takes place every year. 6 Teams; England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Italy and France all take part in the tournament at different team stadiums. Each team plays each other once.
The RBS Six Nations 2017 will include bonus points for the first time. Teams will receive four points for a win, two for a draw and zero points for a loss. One bonus point will be awarded if a team scores four or more tries or loses by less than seven points. If a team completes the Grand Slam they will receive three bonus points.
France are the most successful side in recent history winning 5 championships since 1999.
6 teams from Europe (or the Northern Hemisphere) take part. See below the teams and the amount of times they have won the tournament.
|Team name||Stadium Name||Stadium Capacity|
|France||Stade de France||81,338|
League or Union?
The RBS Six Nations Championships 2017 is a Rugby Union competition.
There is a lot of confusion around the two sports and how to differentiate between the two. Both sets of teams have 15 players. The two forms of the sport share a similar basic rules and share the same shape ball.
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