The launch of rugby’s greatest championship


The launch of rugby’s greatest championship

The launch of rugby’s greatest championship – the 2014 RBS 6 Nations – has given the six team captains a chance to size up their rivals ahead of the kick-off on Saturday 1 February.

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22 January 2014

RBS 6 Nations championship opens on on Saturday 1 February

The launch of rugby’s greatest championship – the 2014 RBS 6 Nations – has given the six team captains a chance to size up their rivals ahead of the kick-off on Saturday 1 February.

Out on the field, old rivalries will resume, while new ones are forged. All with an unparalleled spirit of sportsmanship and respect. Off the field, fans of all nations stand together as one to celebrate this great contest.

Over the course of the Championship RBS will release a series if short films called Defining Moments. These films tell the stories of some of the great achievements that have unfolded during the RBS 6 Nations. In these films you'll see great players, great coaches and great demonstrations if teamwork, perseverance, belief, humility, fairness and, of course, respect.

We are also delighted to continue with RugbyForce our community initiative which is helping hundreds of rugby clubs across the UK & Ireland. Since 2009 we have helped over 1,500 clubs and are expecting 800 clubs to participate in 2014.

RBS 6 Nations website

Find out more about the Championship and follow all the action on the RBS 6 Nations official website

RBS 6 Nations Facebook page

Join our super fan Rugby Boy and have your say on everything RBS 6 Nations related

RBS Defining Moments

Watch our series of short films on the official RBS 6 Nations website

RugbyForce

Find out more about rugby force

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