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2021 Guinness Six Nations Wales v Ireland

Both sides have won the Grand Slam in recent years, before the 2020 Campaign was cut short by global pandemic.

Never again will we take for granted the joys of live sport! Both sides will be back with points to prove in the 2021 Guinness Six Nations Championship. Ensure you’re there, with Engage.

7th Feb 2021 Principality Stadium

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2021 Guinness Six Nations Wales v Ireland

7th Feb 2021
Package VIP Hospitality
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple 2
Details
  • Reserved official tickets
  • Drinks reception
  • Complimentary bar served from 3 hours prior to kick off and 1.5 hours after the final whistle
  • 3 course pre-match meal, with specially selected wines, followed by coffee
  • Post-match cheeseboard
  • Official match day programme
  • World renowned guest speakers
 

Product Description

2021 Guinness Six Nations Wales v IrelandWales and Ireland have played each other a total of 130 times since 1882, with Wales winning 69 matches, Ireland winning 54 matches and seven matches drawn.

Most recently, Ireland have beaten Wales 3 times since their victorious 2019 Six Nations campaign, all three close encounters in the Rugby World Cup warm-ups and 6 Nations 2020.

Wales entered the 2020 Six Nations tournament as defending champions, having beaten Ireland at the Principality Stadium on the final day of the 2019 tournament to claim their first Grand Slam since 2012.

After a resounding 42-0 win against Italy in the opening round, Wales faced Ireland in their second fixture, away from home at the Aviva Stadium. In a match that ended with a 24-14 victory to Ireland, Wales and their coach Wayne Pivac would be a bit disappointed with the way they defended at times – in particular there were two real howlers that led to tries in the first half. But true to form Wales rallied in the second half, and exerted a lot of pressure on the Irish defence themselves, at least until a pivotal scrum penalty for the hosts inside the final quarter. It was threatening to be a really tight finish – had the try for Hadleigh Parkes been allowed by the TMO it would have been a tense finale. But on balance of play, a convincing bonus-point win for Ireland was a fair reflection.

Wales then went on to lose to France, before being narrowly beaten by England; before the coronavirus pandemic put a stop to all further rugby taking place.

Never again will we take for granted the joys of live sport. 2021 Guinness Six Nations Wales v Ireland; Enjoy access to the Riverside Terrace offering a traditional rugby hospitality experience. You and your guests will have an unrivalled view of the game from middle tier, halfway line area padded seating. Guests will also be able to enjoy a guest speaker appearance by a rugby legend in advance of the game. Access is available from 3 hours before kick-off until 1.5 hours after the final whistle. Contact Engage today to secure your place.

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