Every major city has iconic buildings that reflect their status on the world stage. Twickenham is a symbol not only of a city, but of a nation, and is the largest dedicated rugby venue in the world. It falls to a small but committed team of workers to set the perfect stage for the players, and put on the ultimate show for the fans.
Dublin's Aviva Stadium is a truly iconic structure. Built on the site of the old Lansdowne Road - the oldest sports stadium in Europe - it exists as a blend of tradition and innovation. It is both a symbol of modern Dublin, and a reminder of its sporting history. Thanks to the team who work tirelessly behind the scenes, it is the perfect location for Irish Rugby to thrive.
When the RBS 6 Nations comes to Edinburgh, Murrayfield comes to life, bringing with it over 100 years of pride and passion. Take a look behind the scenes and find out what the team behind the team get up to, to prepare both the players and stadium for match day.
Built to host the 1999 World Cup, the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff is at the cutting edge of sporting arenas - world class in every aspect of its operation. Its famous closing roof has sheltered thousands of fans as they cheered Wales on to 3 Grand Slam RBS 6 Nations Championships. From chefs to safety officers, the team behind the team work tirelessly to provide the ultimate experience for both the fans, and the players on the pitch.
The Stadio Olimpico is a place of passion, history and sporting excellence. Host of the 1960 Olympic games - and now home to Roma, Lazio, and Italian rugby - it is the largest sporting arena in Rome.
The fans' experience, and the team's performance on the pitch, rests upon a large team of professionals, each with an important role to play.
Join the Social Debate in 2014
Last year over 250,000 of you got involved with the RBS 6 Nations through our social media channels. The 'banter' was kept flowing by our very own super fan - Rugby Boy (RB) - who was joined by special guest editors including Jason Leonard, Phil Vickery and Gareth Thomas. This year we want to get even more of you involved so make sure you login to show your passion for rugby and your nation.
Stay tuned for exclusive must see content during the 2014 Championship such as:
Live match content
Throughout 2014 keep an eye on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube during the match to get in-game highlights, live photo content, and behind-the-scenes updates from our roving reporter who will be providing the inside scoop from the stadium.
Of course we'll also be providing all the latest tournament information as well as reaction from the games as soon as it happens, so make sure you're tuned in to our Twitter feed to be the first to know.
This year RBS 6 Nations will be heading down memory lane on our brand new Instagram feed. We'll also be collating the best shots of this year's Championship and are looking for fans to add their own to the mix. Use #RBS6Nations to share your own pics from the Championship.
Tune into the official RBS 6 Nations YouTube channel and not only will you find the most comprehensive library of highlights footage but also behind-the-scenes access, interviews with the players and a film series - created by RBS - that relives some of the most legendary stories from the RBS 6 Nations.