When did Italy last win a Six Nations match? What's their best performance to date in the competition?
20th March 2021

ITALY will be taking home the wooden spoon yet again in the Six Nations, but they still have the chance to record a match win against Scotland.

Despite some encouraging performances since joining the competition in 2000, the Azzurri have been whipping boys in recent years.

And that has led some to question whether they should be competing in the tournament at all.

When did Italy last win a Six Nations match?

  • Italy last won a Six Nations match in 2015 when they beat Scotland 22-19 at Murrayfield.
  • That win on the final day meant they avoided the Wooden Spoon.

What is Italy's best Six Nations performance?

  • In both 2007 and 2013, Italy finished in fourth position with four points (two wins), marking their best two performances.
  • In the 2007 campaign, the Italians hammered Scotland 37-17 at Murrayfield and then beat Wales 23-20 in Rome.
  • In 2013, Italy beat France 23-18 at home and Ireland 22-15 at home. They also gave England a scare at Twickenham, only going down 18-11.

What have Italy's Six Nations results been since their last win?

2016

  • France 23-21 Italy
  • Italy 9-40 England
  • Italy 20-36 Scotland
  • Ireland 58-15 Italy
  • Wales 67-14 Italy

2017

  • Italy 7-33 Wales
  • Italy 10-63 Ireland
  • England 36-15 Italy
  • Italy 18-40 France
  • Scotland 29-0 Italy

2018

  • Italy 15-46 England
  • Ireland 56-19 Italy
  • France 34-17 Italy
  • Wales 38-14 Italy
  • Italy 27-29 Scotland

2019

  • Scotland 33-20 Italy
  • Italy 15-26 Wales
  • Italy 16-26 Ireland
  • England 57-14 Italy
  • Italy 14-25 France

2020

  • Wales 42-0 Italy
  • France 35-22 Italy
  • Italy 0-17 Scotland
  • Ireland 50-17 Italy
  • Italy 5-34 England

2021

  • Italy 10-50 France
  • England 41-18 Italy
  • Italy 10-48 Ireland
  • Italy 7-48 Wales

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