Six Nations Rugby 2024


Where To Watch Six Nations Rugby 2024 in Vienna?

The 2024 Six Nations Rugby Championship, the flagship of international European rugby, is set to kick off on February 2nd. Featuring fierce competition among teams from France, Ireland, Italy, England, Wales, and Scotland, it promises to be an exhilarating event.

For rugby enthusiasts in Vienna, Charlie P's stands as the premier destination to catch all the action. In this guide, we'll delve into the strengths of each team, spotlight key players, and explore why Charlie P's in Vienna is the ideal venue for rugby fans.


France: Aiming for Victory

France's rugby team, young and driven, seeks redemption after falling short in the last Rugby World Cup. Although star player Antoine Dupont is absent, Romain Ntamack's return post-injury is a boost. Key players to watch include Charles Ollivon, Gabin Villière, and Gregory Alldritt, each bringing unique strengths to the team.

Ireland: Defending Champions

Fresh from their Six Nations 2023 victory and a strong Rugby World Cup performance, Ireland boasts a blend of seasoned and emerging talents. Key players like Tadhg Furlong, Peter O'Mahony, James Ryan, Robbie Henshaw, and Hugo Keenan are pivotal to Ireland's bid for consecutive triumphs.

England: A Team in Transition

England's rugby team is in a transitional phase, integrating new talent following the retirement of veteran players. The fly-half position, in particular, is a topic of much discussion. Players to watch include Maro Itoje, Owen Farrell, Courtney Lawes, Henry Slade, and Jamie George.

Scotland: The Dark Horse

Not typically the favorites, Scotland's rugby team could be the tournament's surprise package, having finished third in the previous Six Nations. Despite Stuart Hogg's absence, fresh talents like Ewan Ashman and Cameron Redpath are expected to shine.

Wales: Experience and Talent

Led by captain Dan Biggar, the Welsh team for 2024's Six Nations Championship is a formidable mix of seasoned and emerging players. Key figures include Liam Williams, Louis Rees-Zammit, Adam Beard, and Wyn Jones, each bringing their unique strengths to the squad.

Italy: On the Rise

Italy is looking to build on their recent progress and aim for a top-three finish. With key players like Tommaso Allan and Michele Lamaro, and emerging talents Edoardo Padovani and Ange Capuozzo, Italy's team shows promising signs of development and competitiveness.

Live Game Schedule

Round 1: The Kickoff

The tournament opens on February 2nd with a pivotal match between France and Ireland in Marseille, setting the tone for the competition. Fans at Charlie P's can experience this opening clash in a vibrant atmosphere. The following day, Italy challenges England in Rome, while Wales faces Scotland in Cardiff, both featured at Charlie P's.

Round 2: The Crucial Contests

On February 10th, Scotland takes on France in Edinburgh, and England competes against Wales in London. These matches are critical for establishing early dominance. February 11th sees Ireland against Italy in Dublin, a matchup not to be missed at Charlie P's.

Round 3: Intensifying Rivalries

The rivalries intensify on February 24th with Ireland versus

Wales in Dublin and Scotland against England in Edinburgh. France's clash with Italy in Lille the next day could shift tournament standings, all live at Charlie P's.

Round 4: The Decisive Battles

March 9th features Italy against Scotland in Rome and a potentially tournament-deciding match between England and Ireland in London. The excitement continues on March 10th with Wales hosting France in Cardiff.

Round 5: The Grand Finale

The final round on March 16th is set to be thrilling with Wales versus Italy in Cardiff, Ireland against Scotland in Dublin, and a climactic France versus England match in Lyon. These games could be the deciding factor for the tournament winner.

the Bookies' Favorites

As the Six Nations Championship draws near, bookmakers are busy setting odds for the anticipated tournament. Let's explore who's tipped to emerge as champions this year.

Ireland: Current favorites at odds of 4/6, Ireland comes off a successful 2023 campaign, clinching their first Grand Slam in 12 years. With a squad rich in experience, they're poised to build on their previous success.

France: With odds of 9/4, France is a perennial threat in the Six Nations. Their talented lineup boasts world-class players, making them capable of clinching victories, though consistency remains their challenge.

England: Positioned as the third favorite at odds of 11/4, England's team prides itself on a strong forward pack. To contend for the title, they'll need

to bolster their attacking strategies against well-organized defenses.

Scotland: The dark horses of the tournament, Scotland, at 12/1 odds, fields a squad brimming with young talent. Known for their home-ground advantage, they're set to potentially disrupt the status quo.

Italy: With odds of 50/1, Italy is the underdog, showing signs of improvement despite past struggles. Enhancing discipline and accuracy will be crucial for them to climb the ranks.

Wales: At 14/1 odds, Wales, though sixth favorites, fields a squad of experienced players ready to redeem their performance from the previous year.

The Six Nations Championship is known for its unpredictability and closely-fought contests, promising another thrilling year of rugby.

about the tournament

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.

Grand Slam

Any team who manages to win all their games wins the Grand Slam.

Triple Crown

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. 

Six Nations 2024 SCHEDULE:

Round 1

Ireland vs. France, Dublin, Feb3, @15:00

Scotland vs. Italy, Rome, Feb3, @15:00

Wales vs. England, Cardiff, Feb 6, @15:00

Round 2

Italy vs. Scotland, Rome, Feb 10, @15:00

England vs. Ireland, London, Feb 10, @15:00

France vs. Wales, Paris, Feb 13, @15:00

Round 3

Scotland vs. Wales, Edinburgh, Feb 17, @15:00

Italy vs. England, Rome, Feb 17, @15:00

France vs. Ireland, Marseille, Feb 20, @15:00

Round 4

Wales vs. Italy, Cardiff, March 3, @15:00

Ireland vs. Scotland, Dublin, March 3, @15:00

France vs. England, Paris, March 6, @15:00

Round 5

Scotland vs. France, Edinburgh, March 10, @15:00

Italy vs. Wales, Rome, March 10, @15:00

England vs. Ireland, London, March 13, @15:00

Six Nations 2024 At Charlie P's

As the 2024 Six Nations Rugby Championship gets closer, Charlie P's Irish Pub in Vienna is ready to welcome rugby fans and provide a great place to watch every tackle, try, and victory.

It's more than just a place to watch rugby; it's where passionate fans come together to experience what live rugby is all about.. Whether you're a die hard rugby fan or new to the sport, Charlie P's is the perfect place to enjoy the excitement and community of Six Nations Rugby.

Join us at Charlie P's for an unforgettable journey through the Six Nations Rugby Championship.


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