This much-anticipated international rugby tournament brings the ex-pat community together every year for a feast of thrilling rugby action, passion, and excitement.
As well as the true raw rugby passion, the Six Nations tournament gives everybody the opportunity to mingle and enjoy some creamy pints of Guinness and take in this unique sporting atmosphere.
The 2023 Six Nations Championship, also known as the Guinness Six Nations, will feature the top European international teams, the likes of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales.
This will be the 129th edition of the competition, including all its previous incarnations as the Home Nations Championship and Five Nations Championship.
France will enter the tournament as defending champions, having won the Grand Slam in 2022, but don't count out Ireland just yet. As the current number-one-ranked team in the world, they have shown exceptional form leading up to the tournament and are expected to make a strong showing.
England will also be an interesting team to watch, as they come into the competition with a new coach and a fresh perspective. The matches are sure to be intense, and you won't want to miss a single moment of the action.
And for those not lucky enough to travel home to the games, Charlie P's Irish pub in Vienna is the perfect destination to catch all the live coverage. We are showing every scrum, tackle, and try live from 4th February 2023, the craic at Charlie P's during the Six Nations is truly unmatched.
So, mark your calendars, and head down to Charlie P's Irish Pub in Vienna for the ultimate six nations rugby viewing experience. Don't miss out on the chance to be part of the electrifying atmosphere as you cheer your team to victory.
Join us at Charlie P's for one of the biggest sporting tournaments in rugby. Check out all the Six Nations 2022 fixtures below and reserve your table in advance to ensure you get the best seat in the house!
The Six Nations Rugby Championship began in 1883 as a competition between the UK Home Nations and Ireland. (England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales) and expanded to include France in 1910 and Italy in 2000.
The annual tournament where each team plays every other team once and the team with the best record is declared the champion.
Any team who manages to win all their games wins the Grand Slam.
The Triple Crown may only be won by one of the Home Nations of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, when one nation wins all three of their matches against the others.
With a bustling crowd of fellow rugby enthusiasts, pints of Guinness flowing, and a competitive atmosphere in the air, you'll feel like you're right in the middle of the action.
As we are approaching our busy season now, we are on the lookout for dynamic, enthusiastic people to join our team!
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