Rugby Six Nations 2022
Date : February 5 to March 19, 2022
Country : England, Italy, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France
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Home football matches for Championship side Cardiff City, League Two Newport County and National League Wrexham will be generally played without fans. Ribs’ super games will be held without observers this end of the week.
Cardiff and Ospreys’ home games in rugby’s European Champions Cup will likewise be played away from public scrutiny. That is in accordance with government strategy in Wales with huge outside gatherings precluded since 22 December in the battle against Covid-19.
Welsh game to proceed without fans
Cardiff City’s home association game with Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, 15 January will presently start off at 12:30 GMT for fans to have the option to stream the game. Newport County’s League Two coordinate with Harrogate Town on a similar date likewise changes to a 12:30 GMT start off for streaming purposes. Wrexham’s FA Trophy game against Folkestone Invicta (17:30 GMT) and Ospreys as opposed to Racing 92 (15:15 GMT) will both start up as planned as will Cardiff v Harlequins on Friday (20:00 GMT).
Ice Hockey’s Elite League conflict between Cardiff Devils and Fife Flyers on Sunday, 16 January (18:00 GMT) in the Welsh capital is another game that will occur without fans. It likewise shows up almost certain games in Wales on the few days of 22-23 January will likewise be played in secret. Swansea City have moved their Championship game with Preston on Saturday, 22 January to a 12:30 GMT start off to permit fans to stream the match.
Except if there are changes to Welsh Government limitations, [the game against Preston] will be played in secret,” a Swansea proclamation read. Welsh economy serve Vaughan Gething recently declared a £3m asset will be set up to “support” clubs and scenes impacted by the limitations.
The English Football League (EFL) last week spoke to the Welsh government over the restriction on fans. A letter sent by EFL CEO Trevor Birch to Gething said Wales’ three EFL clubs are “off guard” as there are no limitations at games in England.
In the interim, Chester won’t be compelled to play their National League North game with Brackley away from plain view on Saturday assuming there is no goal to their topographical issue over whose power they go under. Chester are engaged with gatherings with the Welsh government subsequent to being told their ground is in Wales, despite the fact that they play in an English association and have never been seen as a Welsh club.
The club’s Deva Stadium is in Flintshire, with the line among Wales and England going through the vehicle park toward the east of the stands. Assuming no goal is reached, Chester’s National League match against Brackley will be deferred.
The proceeded with limitations across Welsh game mean the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) is thinking about playing home Six Nations games in England.
Mark Drakeford said he had “no analysis” of the WRU for the proposition and has since said the Welsh government ‘will see’ facilitating Wales’ principles one week from now while notice it was a “major if” regardless of whether the circumstance would permit that.