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(pocket-lint) – The Six Nations will see England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales compete for the championship trophy in February and March.

The Home Nations will also contest various trophies such as the Triple Crown Trophy as well as the Calcutta Cup for major individual competitions.

Fans who miss out on live coverage of Six Nations matches, or just want to rekindle the excitement, can watch them on BBC iPlayer or ITV Hub in the UK after the event.

When is the Six Nations?

The 2022 Guinness Six Nations begins on Saturday 5 February and takes place over five weekends, ending with Super Saturday on 19 March when all three matches take place on the same day.

watch six nations on tv

In the UK, the BBC and ITV share coverage of the Six Nations. Matches are split between ITV and BBC, ITV showing home matches of France, Ireland, Italy and England; The BBC will broadcast the home games of Scotland and Wales. We’ve detailed the schedule below for UK viewers.

Although shows are available in HD on BBC One HD and ITV HD, 4K or HDR shows are not.

In Ireland, coverage is available on RT and Virgin Media; RTE also has radio rights in Ireland. All Wales matches will also be available on S4C with Welsh commentary.

If you need to pretend to be in the UK and use a VPN to watch games, check out our guide to the best VPNs for streaming, or you can find a full list of international broadcasters here.

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In France it is on FR2, in Italy it is on DMAX.

Guinness Six Nations

Six Nations Sports on ITV and BBC

All times are in GMT.

February 5

Ireland v Wales, ITV, KO 2:15 p.m.
Scotland v England, BBC, KO 16:45

February 6

France vs Italy, ITV, KO 15:00

February 12

Wales v Scotland, BBC, KO 2:15 PM.
France v. Ireland, ITV, KO 4:45 PM.

February 13

Italy v England, ITV, KO 3:00 PM.

26 February

Scotland v France, BBC, KO 2:15 PM.
England v Wales, ITV, KO 4:45 PM.

February 27

Ireland v. Italy, ITV, KO 3:00 PM.

March 11

Wales v France, BBC, KO at 8:00 pm.

March 12

Italy v Scotland, ITV, KO 14:15

England v Ireland, ITV, KO 4:45 PM.

March 19

Wales v Italy, BBC, KO 2:15 PM.
Ireland v. Scotland, ITV, KO 4:45 PM.
France vs England, BBC, KO 20:00

Listen to Six Nations Radio

The BBC holds the radio rights to Six Nations in the UK. Each men’s home country match will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 5 Live or 5 Live Sports Extra. Live commentary from every women’s sport in England will be shown on 5 Live Sports Extra or online, with highlights on the BBC Sport website.

There will also be commentary on BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru.

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Women’s Six Nations Tournament

The Women’s Six Nations Championship has been postponed and will be played in March and April. The tournament will begin on the weekend of March 26 and end with Super Saturday on April 30. The change in schedule has proved to be good for viewership in 2021, so it holds the same position in 2022 as well. The women’s competition has also chosen TikTok as its main sponsor.

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The full competition will be shown on the BBC in the UK, RT and Virgin Media in Ireland, and Sky Italia in Italy.

View highlights and follow online

Highlights will be on the BBC Sport website and, as mentioned, on BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub. Each broadcaster will have the highlights from each match as well as live video clips of the matches they are broadcasting.

ITV says that on its Rugby Twitter, Facebook and Instagram channels you will be able to watch highlights and a special video called The Breakdown after each round.

you can also follow @SixNationsRugby on Twitter Facebook and Instagram – The hashtags to use are #SixNations and #GuinnessSixNations.

Written by Chris Hall.

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