Initially scheduled for the weekend of March 13th, the France-Ireland Six Nations match was postponed following measures put in place by the government to curb the spread of COVID-19. The Six Nations Committee has decided that the match will take place on Saturday, October 31st 2020 at 9:00 p.m. at Stade de France (Saint-Denis).
With the concern of guaranteeing the health and safety of the players and fans, the FFR, in close collaboration with the Six Nations Committee, is working with the public authorities on the conditions for organising the match. These conditions will be communicated to ticket holders as soon as they have been approved by the authorities.
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HOW TO DOWNLOAD YOUR E-TICKET?
To discover the procedure for downloading e-tickets, click here
BEWARE OF THE BLACK MARKET
Beware of scams - by purchasing your tickets on websites not authorised by the match organiser you run the risk of:
- Paying far too much for them.
- Not receiving the tickets or receiving tickets for different seat categories than those ordered. As these sites have no certain and official source of ticket supply, they are not able to guarantee them to you.
You have no recourse. In case of difficulty, you will not necessarily be able to call on a professional ready to meet their commitments and to compensate you if applicable, even though you have already paid or incurred transport or accommodation costs.
BEWARE OF APPEARANCES!
Ticketing distribution sites appearing at the top of the results on search engines when you are looking for a ticket are not necessarily sites authorised by the match organiser. Receiving an email confirmation is not a guarantee of the validity of the purchased ticket.
Therefore, we advise you to use our official ticket office for shows: https://www.stadefrance.com
For any other ticketing outlet, check with the match organiser that this seller has been authorised by them by consulting the organiser's official website or by contacting them by telephone. The match organiser’s license number and/or their name appear on the match’s tickets and posters