Six Nations Under 20s Championship

The Six Nations Under 20s Championship is an international rugby union tournament. It is the under 20s equivalent of the Six Nations Championship. Originally the tournament was in an under 21 format but changed to under 20s in 2008. England were the inaugural winners and they have gone on to be the tournaments most successful team, winning six titles. The tournament is played annually during February and March on the same weekends as the senior Six Nations and the Women's Six Nations Championship.

Six Nations Under 20s Championship
Current season or competition:
2020 Six Nations Under 20s Championship
SportRugby union
Instituted2008
Number of teams6
Country England
 France
 Ireland
 Italy
 Scotland
 Wales
Holders Ireland
Most titles England (eight titles)
WebsiteWebsite

WinnersEdit

Six Nations Under 21s Championship
Year Winner Grand Slam Triple Crown Runner-Up
2004   England   France
2005   Wales   France
2006   England   France
2007   Ireland   Ireland   Ireland   France
Six Nations Under 20s Championship
Year Winner Grand Slam Triple Crown Runner-Up
2008   England   England   England   Wales
2009   France   Ireland
2010   Ireland   Ireland   England
2011   England   England   England   France
2012   England   England   France
2013   England   Wales
2014   France   France   England   England
2015   England   France
2016   Wales   Wales   Wales   France
2017   England   England   England   France
2018   France   England
2019   Ireland   Ireland   Ireland   France
2020 Cancelled   Ireland

StatisticsEdit

  England   France   Ireland   Italy   Scotland   Wales
Tournaments 16 16 16 16 16 16
Winners 8 3 3 0 0 2
Grand Slams 3 1 2 0 0 1
Triple Crowns 5 N/A 3 N/A 0 1
Wooden Spoon 0 0 0 7 4 0

ReferencesEdit