Six Nations Winners List

The Rugby Six Nations Championship is an annual rugby union tournament where six European teams – England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales compete for one of the most prestigious Rugby titles. The winner of the 6 Nations Championship considered as the European Champions or Northern Hemisphere Champions. Each team plays each other once and the team with the best record is declared as the winner. Below is a list of Rugby Five Nations and Six Nations winners.

The tournament was earlier known as Five Nations Championship then it became the Six Nations Championship with the addition of Italy in 2000. England is the most successful teams and won the most Six Nations titles followed by Wales.

Six Nations Winners

Six Nations Winners List

Year Winners Grand Slam Triple Crown
2000  England
2001  England
2002  France  France  England
2003  England  England  England
2004  France  France  Ireland
2005  Wales  Wales  Wales
2006  France  Ireland
2007  France  Ireland
2008  Wales  Wales  Wales
2009  Ireland  Ireland  Ireland
2010  France  France
2011  England
2012  Wales  Wales  Wales
2013  Wales
2014  Ireland  England
2015  Ireland
2016  England  England  England

Five Nations Winners List Since 1947

Year Champions Grand Slam
1947  England and  Wales
1948  Ireland  Ireland
1949  Ireland
1950  Wales  Wales
1951  Ireland
1952  Wales  Wales
1953  England
1954  England,  France and  Wales
1955  France and  Wales
1956  Wales
1957  England  England
1958  England
1959  France
1960  England and  France
1961  France
1962  France
1963  England
1964  Scotland and  Wales
1965  Wales
1966  Wales
1967  France
1968  France  France
1969  Wales
1970  France and  Wales
1971  Wales  Wales
1972
1973  England,  France,  Ireland,
Scotland,  Wales
1974  Ireland
1975  Wales
1976  Wales  Wales
1977  France  France
1978  Wales  Wales
1979  Wales
1980  England  England
1981  France  France
1982  Ireland
1983  France and  Ireland
1984  Scotland  Scotland
1985  Ireland
1986  France and  Scotland
1987  France  France
1988  France and  Wales
1989  France
1990  Scotland  Scotland
1991  England  England
1992  England  England
1993  France
1994  Wales
1995  England  England
1996  England
1997  France  France
1998  France  France
1999  Scotland

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