RBS 6 Nations

In 2013, Tissot becomes the Official Timekeeper of the RBS 6 Nations Championship, the greatest annual rugby championship in the world. The sport of Rugby demonstrates many of the core values which are shared at Tissot, such as teamwork, respect, discipline and a love for sports. These Championships are therefore the perfect platform for Tissot to be showcasing its timing expertise in an exciting, international environment, which at the same time represents the brand’s spirit perfectly.

John Feehan, Chief Executive of the RBS 6 Nations, said: Their passion for sport in general and for rugby in particular has impressed us greatly ”.
A tryis called a try because originally you crossing the line meant you could "try" for a kick at the goal.
The gameis said to have been invented in 1823 when William Webb Ellis caught the ball while playing a game of football* at school, and ran to the goal with it.
Rugby ballsare oval because they used to be made using pig bladders which were oval shaped when inflated.
The firstinternational rugby match took place between Scotland and England in 1871 . Scotland won 1-0 by converting a try. If the modern scoring system was used, the score would have been 12-5 to Scotland.
<em>TISSOT</em> PRC 200 Automatic Chronograph Gent/T055.427.17.057.00


TISSOT PRC 200 Automatic Chronograph Gent

This collection has a watch for everyone, from sporty to true classics.

You are sure to find your perfect match within the Tissot PRC 200 family.

After the immense success of the Tissot PRS200 sports line, Tissot decided to come up with a sports timepiece also water resistant to 20 bar ( 200 m / 660 ft) but with a more classic look and feel: the Tissot PRC200.

The reduced bezel means that the dial appears very large, offering clear reading of the time.

This readability is highlighted by the use of superluminova for the indices and hands.

RBS 6 Nations Latest news

The RBS 6 Nations have begun

This weekend, the fight for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations title begun!

England and Wales were the first to face-off in Cardiff, where, in a close match, England came out on top winning 21-16. The following match was held in Rome. Unfortunately for the Italiens, playing on home ground didn't seem to be an advantage when opposed to the defending champions, Ireland, who won hands down, 26-3. The final match of the weekend was between France and Scotland. This time, the French gave it their all in front of their fans in Paris and won 16-8. The 2015 RBS [...]


RBS 6 Nations Calendar

Next events

    Past events

    • 06.02.2016 - 07.02.2016
      Round 1
    • 13.02.2016 - 14.02.2016
      Round 2
    • 26.02.2016 - 27.02.2016
      Round 3
    • 12.03.2016 - 13.03.2016
      Round 4
    • 19.03.2016 - 19.03.2016
      Round 5