The most historic rugby championship is played every year between February and March and features Europe's top 6 National teams, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France and Italy. The mix of tradition and passion is almost palpable each weekend as each sold out stadium heaves under the weight of national expectation. Twickenham in London is known as the home of English Rugby, and its the largest rugby stadium in the world seating more than 82,000. The Millenium Stadium in Cardiff has become one of the World's most iconic stadiums the World's second largest fully retractable roof stadium seats 73,000, and nothing beats hearing the Welsh Rugby Fans singing Bread of Heaven with the roof closed, and a 6 Nations game on the line. The Stade de France in Paris, Murrayfield in Edinburgh and the Aviva Stadium in Dublin all perfectly complement their incredible cities and since Italy joined the Championship in 2000 the eternal city of Rome has become one of the most enjoyable stops on the rugby calendar. With national pride on the line each year you can't beat the 6 Nations.