Europe’s top six rugby playing nations will be aspiring for glory in another passionately challenged championship.
RBS Six Nations France is the defending champion and France new coach, Marc Lièvremont, planning for their first hat-trick with three consecutive wins. RBS Six Nations England is the only team and hopefully the strong contenders after their great success in the Rugby World Cup.
Previous year’s Triple Crown winners, RBS Six Nations Ireland are hoping to forget their World Cup form and getting ready to impress their fans with great form to perform under pressure.
RBS Six Nations Scotland will wish to carry on their World Cup form and coach Frank Hadden is positive this side can create an impact.
RBS Six Nations Wales nation and their new rugby coach, Warren Gatland, will hope to find again the form that crowned them in RBS 6 Nations Champions in 2011.
RBS Six Nations Italy is growing stronger every year and under new coach Nick Mallett guidance and Italy will offer a mostly severe challenge in Rome.
This year again, improved by an unexpected Rugby World Cup, the RBS Six Nations Championship should offer its fans with hope, suspense, enthusiasm and passion. With a number of new head coaches and upcoming young players, The championship is once more Challenging and wide open.