U18 Six Nations Festival: Men’s & Women’s Dates, Venues, & Fixtures Announced | Georgia & Portugal join Men’s Festival

The dates and venues for the 2024 U18 Six Nations Festivals have been named, with the Men’s and Women’s Festival both set to take place this spring.


The Women’s competition will take place in Cowlyn Bay, Wales, running from 29th March to the 6th April, while the Men’s competition will take place in Parma, Italy, running from 30th March to the 7th April.


The Men’s Festival undergoes a huge change, featuring George and Portugal, a first appearance for either side in any Six Nations competition, as organisers look to increase the competitiveness and development for all.


It is the first time that the men’s tournament will be hosted in Italy, with Parma’s Stadio Sergio Lanfanchi the venue. Meanwhile Colwyn Bay’s Stadiwm CSM will be the venue for the women’s competition.


In the Men’s competition each matchday will see every team play once in a 70 minute game, with three matchdays and four matches per day. Meanwhile the women’s competition will see each side play two 35 minute matches on both matchday 1 and matchday 2, and all will play one 70 minute match on matchday 3.


U18 Six Nations Festival Fixtures:




Matchday 1 (Saturday 30th March)

11am Georgia v Scotland

1.15pm Italy v Portugal

3.30pm Ireland v France

5.45pm England v Wales


Matchday 2 (Wednesday 3rd April)

11am Wales v Portugal

1.15pm Scotland v England

3.30pm Georgia v France

5.45pm Italy v Ireland


Matchday 3 (Sunday 7th April)

11am Portugal v Ireland

1.15pm France v Wales

3.30pm England v Georgia

5.45pm Scotland v Italy




Matchday 1 (Friday 29th March, 35min games)

12pm England v Ireland

1pm Italy v England

2pm Ireland v Italy

3pm France v Scotland

4pm Wales v France

5pm Scotland v Wales


Matchday 2 (Tuesday 2nd April, 35min games)

12pm Wales v Ireland

1pm Ireland v France

2pm England v Wales

3pm France v Italy

4pm Scotland v England

5pm Italy v Scotland


Matchday 3 (Saturday 6th April, 70min games)

12pm France v England

2.15pm Wales v Italy

4.30pm Scotland v Ireland

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