Six Nations rugby is one of the most popular and historic events in rugby union. In 2019, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy, have more than this challenging tournament on their minds. This is a world cup year. In September the greatest rugby players head to Japan in a bid to displace New Zealand as champions. The Six Nations 2019 provides an essential preparation and evaluation opportunity in which individual and team performances will indicate how the sides will fare in Japan and throughout the summer warm up matches.

The Six Nations at Twickenham, Murrayfield, the Aviva Stadium, the Principality Stadium, Stade de France and StadioOlimpico take place from 1st February to the 16th March.

Wales are in a strong position going in to Six Nations; they won 4 of 4 Autumn International matches in November 2018 and their Six Nations first match team competing against France on 1st February is largely unchanged. Ireland, last year’s Six Nations winners will want to repeat their success and England must work hard to return to top form after some close results last autumn against high ranking opponents.

As the coaches and players talk strategies and the grounds staff ensure that the pitches and stadium facilities are at the best quality, how are you planning to enjoy the spectacle with friends, family, business associates and colleagues? The best way to see a match is from within the prestigious ground. Perhaps there is a celebration looming on the calendar, a sales target met which you want to reward your hardworking team for or a meeting with directors that could be held in an exceptional location rather than the boardroom?

Standard Six Nations tickets allow admittance with no luxuries. When you’re hosting guests why settle for a standard experience? Choose corporate hospitality for the most positive and rewarding day. Six Nations hospitality packages from specialists including DTB Sports and Events guarantee that every need and wish is catered for professionally at a highly competitive fee. Choose from a range of pre-tailored opportunities or allow experts to create a bespoke experience.

Interaction face to face in our increasingly screen based lives has substantial benefits including stronger relationships, loyalty and shared memories. The return on investment makes Six Nations hospitality a key marketing tool; at the rugby world cup in 2015, held in Britain, 80% of business leaders believed that their time enjoying Six Nations hospitality was essential to marketing success. Hospitality has grown in to a £1.2 billion industry because it works effectively.

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