THE 2018 SIX NATIONS LIVE AT THE HOME OF RUGBY – WALKABOUT! | Walkabout Birmingham  | Sat 3rd February 2018 Lineup


Walkabout in Birmingham

Saturday 3rd - Saturday 17th February 2018

Sat 12:00pm til Sat 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

The world’s most prestigious rugby championship is finally back for 2018! Prepare yourself for the highly entertaining Six Nations, live at Walkabout!

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THE 2018 SIX NATIONS LIVE AT THE HOME OF RUGBY – WALKABOUT! on Saturday 3rd - Saturday 17th February 2018

Walkabout, Langley Bldg, Birmingham are offering fans the best viewing experience on the high street, with huge HD screens, full commentary and an unrivalled rugby atmosphere, meaning we’re the next best thing to being in the stadium itself. Games will be accompanied by unique real time stats, team profiles and live social media feeds shown alongside highlight reels – the perfect thing to get you in the mood for 80 minutes of bone-crunching rugby! Spectators can now order from their seat with our new dedicated table service, ensuring they don’t miss any of the action. Walkabout’s hugely popular beer towers are the perfect accompaniment for any energetic Six Nations fan looking to quench their thirst.

Also, keep an eye out for Walkabout’s new competition in association with Pro Direct, giving fans in every venue the chance to win their team’s official kit.

Defending champions England are joined by France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales to battle it out for the 19th series of the coveted Six Nations. Eddie Jones’ England have the opportunity to become the first nation to win the tournament three times in a row. However, they can expect serious competition for the top spot following a successful Autumn International for Southern Hemisphere teams. A vastly improved Scotland team saw them thrash Australia in a win that left the Edinburgh crowd buzzing with joy. Ireland remained undefeated in their three games and Wales have a new danger-man in Hadleigh Parkes who scored two tries on his debut against South Africa.

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