"I don't think I've heard noise like it" - Care and Warburton rank the Six Nations stadiums with Ireland's fifth - Page 3 of 3 - Ruck

“I don’t think I’ve heard noise like it” – Care and Warburton rank the Six Nations stadiums with Ireland’s fifth

#2. Twickenham (England)

Care: “Twickenham is the home of rugby. I remember the first time I ran out I was like ‘wow, this is cool’ and I had tears in my eyes.”

Warburton: “I loved the way the bus would come in. You go through a few high streets and you can see people in the pubs in England shirts and the bus pulls up about 100 metres away from the stadium.”

Fans return during the Autumn Nations Cup final match between England and France at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London on December 6 2020. – PHOTO: Phil Mingo/PPAUK

#1. Principality (Wales)

Warburton: “[It’s] the proximity to the pitch and how close the fans are to the action. We had to have body language [line-out] calls because we couldn’t physically hear each other.”

Care: “This is why I love the Principality: genuinely you will see 90-year-old women sticking two fingers up against the bus as you drive through the city centre.”

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