Wales Fixtures 2024

Wales fixtures for Six Nations 2024 are mentioned below; you will be able to see all the details, including dates, timings and venues. Wales is going to play their first game with, wales at Principality Stadium, Cardiff on Saturday 3rd February 2024. In the second round, they have to face England, a third game will be with Ireland, France will compete in 4th game and Wales will be playing the last game this year Six Nations 2024 with Italy at the Principality Stadium.

Round 1

Saturday 3rd February 2024





Time: 4:45 PM
Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Round 2

Saturday 10th February 2024





Time: 4:45 PM
Twickenham Stadium

Round 3

Saturday 24th February 2024





Time: 2:15 PM
Aviva Stadium

Round 4

Sunday 10th March 2024





Time: 3:00 PM
Principality Stadium

Round 5

Saturday 16th March 2024





Time: 2:15 PM
Principality Stadium

Fixtures for Other Teams

Tickets for Wales Matches

  • To buy tickets for the Fixtures of Wales team, start by checking the official Six Nations website or the Welsh Rugby Union’s (WRU) website. They will have the most direct and reliable information on ticket availability and pricing.
  • You can also visit the Venue website because sometimes, the venue where the match is taking place (like the Principality Stadium for home games in Cardiff) might have its own ticketing portal or additional information.

Overview of Wales Rugby

  • Established in 1881, the WRU is the governing body for rugby union in Wales. They oversee the national team, club rugby, and grassroots initiatives.
  • The country has a professional domestic structure with four regions: Cardiff Blues, Ospreys, Scarlets, and Dragons. They compete in the United Rugby Championship and European competitions.
  • Below this, there’s a semi-professional and amateur league system, encompassing teams from across the country.
  • The Principality Stadium (formerly Millennium Stadium) in Cardiff is an iconic venue for Welsh rugby. It hosts most of Wales’ home international matches.
  • Rugby is very famous in Wales, match days, especially during the Six Nations, see a sea of red jerseys and are accompanied by passionate renditions of the national anthem, “Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau.”

Wales Achievements

  1. Grand Slams (Winning all matches in a single championship): Wales has secured several Grand Slam titles over the years.
  2. Triple Crowns (Beating the other Home Nations – England, Scotland, and Ireland): Wales has clinched numerous Triple Crowns.
  3. Five Nations Championships: Before Italy joined in 2000, it was the Five Nations, and Wales won the title multiple times during this era.
  4. Rugby World Cup: While Wales has not won the Rugby World Cup, they have had strong performances, reaching the semifinals in 1987, 2011, and 2019.
  5. Prince William Cup: Introduced in 2007, it’s contested between Wales and South Africa. Wales has secured victories in these fixtures.
  6. Dove Men Series: Various autumn international victories against Southern Hemisphere teams.
  7. Summer Tours: Wins against Southern Hemisphere teams on tour.
  8. World Rugby Sevens Series: Wales won the Rugby World Cup Sevens in 2009.
  9. Under-20s: The Wales U20 team has had strong performances in the World Rugby Under-20 Championship, with notable finishes in various years.