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2022 Guinness Six Nations, Wales v Italy

Wales take on Italy at the Principality Stadium on Super Saturday at the 2022 Guinness Six Nations.

The Welsh team won a fascinating 2021 tournament, although narrowly missing the Grand Slam after a 32-30 defeat to France in their final match.

Can Wales go all the way again and secure their third Six Nations title in four years?

19th Mar 2022 Principality Stadium

2022 Guinness Six Nations, Wales v Italy

19th Mar 2022
Package Players Lounge
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple 2
  • Match seat in the middle tier, halfway area
  • Drink on arrival
  • 3 course meal, followed by tea, coffee & chocolates
  • Complimentary bar including beers, wines & soft drinks served from 3 hours prior to kick off and 1.5 hours after the final whistle
  • Post-match cheeseboard
  • Rugby legends in attendance
  • Dedicated VIP hospitality host service and waiting staff for you and your guests throughout the day

Product Description

Wales v Italy at the Principality Stadium will be part of Super Saturday for the 2022 Guinness Six Nations.  In the 2021 Championship, Wales comfortable beat the Azzurri 48-7 in Italy as once again didn’t put up much of a fight throughout the tournament..

Wales v Italy have contested a total of 30 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1994. Wales have won 27 of those matches, whilst Italy have won just two matches. There has also been one drawn match between the two nations.

Defending champions Wales will take on Italy at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 19th March, in the opening fixture of the 2022 Guinness Six Nations Championship.

Italy last won a Six Nation match in 2015, when they managed to beat Scotland at Murrayfield 22-19. They will be hoping to put up more of a fight in 2022 with fan attendance behind them at their home matches.

Wales were crowned 2021 Six Nations Champions with a Triple Crown in the history books as well. That takes Wales to six 6 Nations victories since the expanded format and 28 outright victories since the tournament began, just one behind England on 29. Wales have now also won two out of the last three tournaments, having not win since 2013 which confirms this is a strong era for Welsh rugby

The Principality Stadium is the national Stadium, more commonly known as the Millennium Stadium. With a total seating capacity of 74,500 it’s the 3rd largest stadium in the Six Nations Championship behind the Stade de France and Twickenham. It’s also the second largest stadium in the world with a fully retractable roof and was the second stadium in Europe to have this feature.

2022 Guinness Six Nations Fixtures

Round 1 – 05-06 February

Round 2 – 12-13 February

Round 3 – 26-27 February

Round 4 – 11-12 March

Round 5 – Super Saturday – 19 March


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