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Autumn Nations Cup Rugby

25,000.00 ex. VAT

Sponsor Premier Sport’s TV Live coverage of the 12 game Autumn Nations Cup Rugby.

  • 12 Live Matches
  • 14th Nov – Dec 6th
  • 36 Prime Spots
  • 24 x 10″ Intro & Outros
  • 48 x 5″ Stings
  • Live on Premier Sports
  • €25,000

or secure

  • 2 x 30″ Spots per game / 24 spots €5500
  • 1 x 30″ Spot per game / 12 spots €3000
  • Includes App and Web Streaming

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When are the matches? 

The Autumn Nations Cup tournament kicks off with an exciting clash between Ireland and Wales on 13 November, followed by Italy v Scotland, and England v Georgia on Saturday, 14 November, and France v Fiji on Sunday, 15 November.

The second round starts on Saturday, 21 November with three matches: Italy v Fiji, England v Ireland, and Wales v Georgia. The last match of the second round takes place on Sunday, 22 November with Scotland v France.

Round three starts with Scotland v Fiji on Saturday, 28 November, followed by Wales v England and France v Italy on the same day. The final match of the rounds is on Sunday, 29 November, with Ireland v Georgia.

The finals weekend starts on Saturday, 5 December, with the locations of the matches already decided. Georgia will face their opponent at Murrayfield, Ireland will play in the Aviva Stadium, England at Twickenham, and Wales will play at home, but are yet to confirm the venue.

The full fixture list is as follows:

Round 1

13 November: Ireland v Wales (Aviva Stadium) – 19:00 (UK time)

14 November: Italy v Scotland (TBC) – 12:45

14 November: England v Georgia (Twickenham) – 15:00

15 November: France v Fiji (TBC) – TBC

Round 2

21 November: Italy v Fiji (TBC) – 12:45

21 November: England v Ireland (Twickenham) – 15:00

21 November: Wales v Georgia (TBC) – 17:15

22 November: Scotland v France (Murrayfield) – 15:00

Round 3

28 November: Scotland v Fiji (Murrayfield) – 13:45

28 November: Wales v England (TBC) – 16:00

28 November: France v Italy (Stade de France) – 20:00

29 November: Ireland v Georgia (Aviva Stadium) – 14:00

Finals weekend

5 December: Georgia v TBC (Murrayfield) – 12:00

5 December: Ireland v TBC (Aviva Stadium) – 14:15

5 December: Wales v TBC (TBC) – 16:45

6 December: England v TBC (Twickenham) – 14:00