Welsh Rugby Union | Wales and regions

The match comes as the WRU has partnered with Wales’ #KeepWalesSafe campaign following confirmation that home games will be played in front of an audience at the Principality Stadium.

The competition is open to anyone in Wales under the age of 17. The winning design will be chosen by the rugby stars of Wales and worn by the Welsh teams during the Six Nations. The winner will also receive free tickets to see their sports heroes in action on the pitch.

Wayne Pivac’s side will look to take back-to-back titles for the second time since the 1970s in the Guinness Six Nations in 2022. Their title chase kicks off on February 5 in Dublin against Ireland, with home games in Cardiff against Scotland, Italy and France on either side of a trip to Twickenham to play England at the end of February.

Meanwhile, the Women’s Six Nations Championships have a standalone slot in the calendar with Wales’ first game against Ireland scheduled for the 26e March, with each round following the same order as the senior men’s team.

Wales Team Manager, Martyn Williams said: “It has been a difficult time for everyone but it is important that we all do our part to keep each other and Wales safe. Wearing a mask is something we can all easily do, and we look forward to seeing the designs of our young supporters appear.”

“We hope the upcoming Six Nations will provide an opportunity to put a smile back on the country’s face and having supporters in the stadium is very important for the squad who will be excited to show the full power of feel the country behind. ”

“During this year’s Six Nations, follow the latest guidelines in Wales to take care of yourself, your friends, family and the community.”

Eluned Morgan, Minister for Health and Social Services, said: “Despite the challenges we have all faced during the pandemic, rugby in Wales is still a highlight for many people and the Six Nations tournament will be a welcome relief for many. as Wales strives to repeat last year’s successes.

“This partnership will help give everyone in Wales a much-needed reminder of how we can all help disrupt the transmission of COVID-19 by wearing a mask to protect those around you, getting vaccinated to prevent serious illness and to be tested and isolate yourself so that your loved ones and teammates stay safe.”

The competition closes at 7e February 2022. To enter the face mask design competition, email a photo of your artwork using the competition form on wru.wales to competition@WRUfacemasks.com with the subject Wales Face Mask Competition along with your details. The winner of the competition will be notified by email within five days of the deadline.

PDF instructions: Facemask contest

Requirements:

  • We must receive entries for the competition by February 4, 2022. Entries received after this date will not be considered.
  • Please do not post your artwork to us, we only accept emails and we cannot return artwork sent by post.
  • When taking a photo of your artwork to send to us, please make sure to use natural lighting. Dark or unnatural light may cause a distorted color/appearance of the image.
  • We aim to notify all winners by email within 5 days of the closing date.
  • All participants must be under the age of 17 and must obtain permission from a parent or guardian before entering.
  • Prices are subject to availability. If due to circumstances beyond our control we are unable to provide the quoted prize, we will attempt to arrange an alternative prize of comparable value.

No cash alternative is offered.

The Welsh Rugby Union Ltd reserves the right to cancel the match at any time if deemed necessary or if circumstances arise beyond our control.

Key protective behaviors to keep Wales safe:

  • Get fully vaccinated by attending when you are invited to get your shots
  • Limit your contacts and remember that meeting outside is safer than inside
  • Do a lateral flow test before seeing others and attending major events and always report the results whether they are positive, negative or invalid.
  • If you have symptoms, self-isolate and book a PCR test (unless you’ve already tested positive for a lateral flow test).
  • If you get a positive result from the rapid lateral flow test, please report your result. Self-isolation for 7 days
  • Wear a face covering in crowded indoor areas and on public transport
  • The Covid Pass is required to access some events and venues.

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