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RBS is proud to sponsor the RBS 6 Nations, in this our twelfth year of title sponsorship. The Championship is one of the greatest on the world sporting stage, one that brings together fans from the Northern Hemisphere in a celebration of all that's good about rugby.
We are particularly proud to be partners with a sport that is played with high measures of both passion and respect. Respect for tradition, for the rules, for officials, for the opponent, and for the entire rugby community. Values RBS admire.
Our partnership with the 6 Nations helps us engage more effectively with customers and to connect with the communities in which we operate. All areas of our businesses are supported by the partnership and our divisions are fully committed to making the most of the opportunities.

Over the years the RBS 6 Nations Championship has produced many magical moments. This season, RBS will be bringing you a series of films designed to explore and celebrate some of these great rugby stories through the eyes of the people involved. This is your chance to relive rugby moments with completely new and exclusive insight from heroes of the game.

www.rbs6nations.com/definingmoments

RBS also continues to demonstrate its commitment to fans through involving them in the Player of the Championship. We recognise this is one of the most distinguished accolades an international player can receive and are committed to make sure that this award is only won by the most deserving of recipients by striving to make the selection process fairer and more democratic.

Whilst we are all excited about the Championship we must remember where the game starts. We are proud to support the communities we serve through delivering RugbyForce, a facilities improvements programme which aims to secure a stronger future for grassroots rugby clubs. RugbyForce is delivered by RBS Group divisions across the four home nations: NatWest in England and Wales, Ulster Bank in Ireland and RBS in Scotland.

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