Rugby Six Nations 2016 Venues

Six Nations Championship Stadiums

Lansdowne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin, Ireland
 Aviva Stadium, Dublin Arena

Location - 62 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4, Dublin, Ireland
Broke Ground - March 2007
Built : 2007–2010
Opened - 14 May 2010
Owner - Irish Rugby Football Union
Football Association of Ireland
Operator - New Stadium Ltd
Surface - Grass
Construction Cost - €410 million

Capacity

  • 51,700 (Association football, rugby union)
  • 49,000 (American football)
  • 65,000 (concerts)

Field Dimensions : 106 m × 68 m (348 ft × 223 ft)

   
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales
Millennium Stadium

Millennium Stadium Location

Cardiff, Wales
Westgate Street
Cardiff
CF10 1NS

Established - 1999
Capacity - 74,500
Floodlights - Yes
Other Sports - Football (Wales), Speedway, Eventing

   
Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Scotland
Murrayfield

Murrayfield Location

Edinburgh, Scotland
Murrayfield
Edinburgh
Scotland
EH12 5PJ

Established - 1925
Capacity - 67,800
Floodlights - Since 1995
Home Team(s) - Edinburgh, Scotland

Other Sports

  • Football (Hearts in European matches)
  • Rugby League (Challenge Cup Finals in 2000, 2002)
  • American Football.
   
Stade de France, Saint Denis, Paris, France
Stade de France

Saint Denis, Paris, France Location

Zac du Cornillon Nord
93216 Saint Denis, France

Established - 1998
Capacity - 78,750
Floodlights Yes
Other sports Football (France)

   
Stadio Olimpico, San Lorenzo, Rome, Italy
 

Stadio Olimpico Location

Stadio Olimipico,
Viale dei Gladiatori, 2
Rome, Italy

formerly known - Stadio del Cipressi, Stadio dei Centomila
Established - 1928
Capacity - 82,307
Other Sports- Football (Lazio, Roma, Coppa Italia final), 1960 Summer Olympics

   
Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London, England
Twickenham Stadium

Twickenham Stadium Location

Twickenham, London, England
Twickenham Stadium
Rugby Road
Twickenham
TW1 1DZ

Formerly known - Twickers, The Cabbage Patch
Established - 1909
Capacity - 82,000
Floodlights - Yes
Home Team(s) - England
Other Sports - Rugby League (2000 World Cup, Challenge Cup finals while Wembley was being rebuilt)