Catch every Six Nations game live on the Big Screen
All this year’s Six Nations Championship games are being shown live on Castle Square’s Big Screen.
Fifteen games make up the annual tournament, which kicks-off on Saturday February 6.
France host Italy in the championship’s curtain raiser at 2.25pm before England play Scotland at Murrayfield at 4.50pm. Wales open their account against defending champions Ireland in Dublin on Sunday February 7 at 3pm.
Warren Gatland’s men will then play Scotland on Saturday February 13, France on Friday February 26, England on Saturday March 12 and Italy on Saturday March 19.
Swansea Council runs the city centre’s Big Screen.
Cllr Robert Francis-Davies, Cabinet Member for Enterprise, Development and Regeneration, said: “The Six Nations Championship is the best rugby tournament on the planet. Showing the games on Castle Square’s Big Screen has been very successful in the past, so it makes sense to do it once again for the 2016 games.
“Screening the games on a giant TV in the city centre doesn’t just generate a great atmosphere – it also allows shoppers and other city centre visitors to catch up with the latest scores and action when they’re on the move.
“The Big Screen is a great facility to have for major sporting events of this kind.”
Wales were pipped to the post on the last day of the Six Nations last year, with both England and Ireland gunning for the title too. The Irish eventually won the tournament, despite an heroic Welsh second half display in Rome.
Flanker Sam Warburton will again captain the Welsh team this year. Ospreys stars Alun-Wyn Jones, Dan Biggar and Dan Lydiate are among those who will also feature.
Have a look at www.enjoyswanseabay.com for details of other events soon taking place in Swansea Bay.
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