2020 Six Nations Championship: France vs Ireland at the Stade de France postponed to October

Published by Alexandre G. · Published on 9 March 2020 at 12h19 · Updated on 9 March 2020 at 13h35
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 Six Nations closing game France vs Ireland planned on Saturdya March 14, 2020 at the stade de France is postponed to October 31. A decision taken this Monday March 9, 2020 by the Sport Secretary in agreement with the government's health recommendations.

CAUTION, EVENT CANCELLED! Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Sport Secretary has announced this Monday March 9, 2020 the France vs Ireland Six Nations Championship game planned on Saturday March 14, 2020 at the Stade de France is postponed. Gatherings over 1000 people are now forbidden in France.

This is THE rugby event expected by all rugby fans. France welcomes Ireland on Saturday March 14, 2020 at the Stade de France for the 2020 Six Nations Championship closing game. A great game with two of the best national teams in Europe.

So, of course, we won’t miss this for anything in the world! After a very amazing and thrilling 2020 Six Nations Championship, it’s time to discover who’s the winner. Who will be the last? Who will make the grand slam? It’s to answer all those questions that the Ireland national rugby union team will play against the French team on Saturday March 14, 2020. As for us, we’re supporting the French we hope will once again be triumphant!

But perhaps are you wondering what’s the 2020 Six Nations Championship? It’s simply the biggest rugby union competition in Europe. The six countries are England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Wales and Italy. The winner gets the European champion title. Every year, in February and March, the best of European rugby meets in every country to try and get the grand slam: winning every single game. So, what are you expecting? Go and support your team!

Supporters, if you want to be part of this event, rush to the ticketing service! They may be some tickets left! To join the Stade de France, ride the RER B and get off at La Plaine Stade de France station or the RER D and get off at the Stade de France – St Denis station. Or ride the metro line 13 and get off at the St Denis – Porte de Paris station or the tramway line 1 and off at the St Denis Basilique station.

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
On 14 March 2020
Starts at 9 p.m.



    93200 Saint-Denis
    93200 Saint Denis

    à partir de : 23 €

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