Six Nations Free Bets
Take advantage of free bets as many online bookmakers offer free bets when you open a new account online. This option can also be extended to existing customers so be sure to keep an eye out so that you can get your rugby bankroll up and running.
2024 Six Nations Betting Odds
The betting odds for the 2024 Six Nations sees France as favourites, shortly followed by Ireland.
2024 Six Nations Fixtures
Fixtures play a crucial role in who will be the winner of the Six Nations competition. Each team only plays the other once so it is a good idea to look at who is playing who at home and away. You can view the 2024 Six Nations list below.
2024 Six Nations Results
Make sure you get all the Six Nations results as soon as possible. This will allow you time for planning and research ahead of the next matches. Have a close look at try-scorer markets as well as the outright win markets.
2024 Six Nations Highlights
Watch all the Six Nations highlights on the official Six Nations YouTube channel. Be sure to catch all the key moments of the relevant matches.
Six Nations News
Six Nations Social Media
Stay in touch with the Six Nations action on social media by following the following pages.
Six Nations History
The Six Nations is one of the oldest rugby tournaments still around as it began as early as 1883. Back then it was just the four home nations – England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland – that participated.
In 1910 France were admitted to form the Five Nations but in 1931 the French were given the boot as the tournament returned to the four home nations. But in 1940 the French returned and it remained the Five Nations until the year 2000 when Italy joined.
For the last 20 years it has been the Six Nations with the same teams despite calls for Romania and/or Georgia to be added to the mix. Many have touted a relegation format as Italy have struggled to compete against the other five consistently.
Ireland, Scotland and Wales are the only teams to have participated in all 125 tournaments because England did not compete in 1888 and 1889 due to their refusal to join the International Rugby Board. During both World Wars the tournament was suspended.