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Six Nations TV Coverage 2019: BBC and ITV Matches

Champs: Ireland secured the 2018 Six Nations with a victory against England (Getty Images) - Rugby World
Champs: Ireland secured the 2018 Six Nations with a victory against England (Getty Images) Rugby World

The Six Nations is underway, so take a look at what games are being televised where to make sure you don't miss any of the action


Six Nations TV Coverage 2019: BBC and ITV Matches

The pinnacle of Test rugby, the Six Nations, in the northern hemisphere has rolled around again so to make sure you miss none of the action, Rugby World has compiled an information page with the games and where they will be televised.

Men’s Six Nations

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In the Men’s Six Nations Championship the games are shared between BBC and ITV this year. But importantly, it all revolves around who is playing at home.

So, if England, Italy, and Ireland are playing at home, then the game will be televised on ITV.

However, if France, Scotland, and Wales are, then the BBC is televising the match.

In addition, S4C are also showing a number of matches across the senior men’s, women’s and U20 tournaments. All their matches are broadcast in Welsh but some, as stated below, also offer English commentary.

Six Nations TV Coverage 2019: BBC and ITV Matches

Round 1
France v Wales, Friday 1 February, 8pm, Stade de France, BBC/S4C/TV3
Scotland v Italy, Saturday 2 February, 2.15pm, Murrayfield, BBC/TV3
Ireland v England, Saturday 2 February, 4.45pm, Aviva Stadium, ITV/TV3

Round 2
Scotland v Ireland, Saturday 9 February, 2.15pm, Murrayfield, BBC/TV3
Italy v Wales, Saturday 9 February, 4.45pm, Stadio Olimpico, ITV/S4C/TV3
England v France, Sunday 10 February, 3pm, Twickenham Stadium, ITV/TV3

Round 3
France v Scotland, Saturday 23 February, 2.15pm, Stade de France, BBC/TV3
Wales v England, Saturday 23 February, 4.45pm, Principality Stadium, BBC/S4C/TV3
Italy v Ireland, Sunday 24 February, 3pm, Stadio Olimpico, ITV/TV3

Round 4
Scotland v Wales, Saturday 9 March, 2.15pm, Murrayfield, BBC/S4C/TV3
England v Italy, Saturday 9 March, 4.45pm, Twickenham Stadium, ITV/TV3
Ireland v France, Sunday 10 March, 3pm, Aviva Stadium, ITV/TV3

Round 5
Italy v France, Saturday 16 March, 12.30pm, Stadio Olimpico, ITV/TV3
Wales v Ireland, Saturday 16 March, 2.45pm, Principality Stadium, BBC/S4C/TV3
England v Scotland, Saturday 16 March, 5pm, Twickenham Stadium, ITV/TV3

Unstoppable: Huw Jones scores for Scotland against England in last years tournament (Getty Images) - Rugby World
Unstoppable: Huw Jones scores for Scotland against England in last years tournament (Getty Images) Rugby World

Related:

England Six Nations Squad
Wales Six Nations Squad
Scotland Six Nations Squad
Ireland Six Nations Squad
France Six Nations Squad
Italy Six Nations Squad

Women’s Six Nations 

Every England game in the women’s tournament is being televised on Sky Sports, while S4C have some Wales matches.

Round 1
Ireland v England, Friday 1 February, 5pm, Energia Park, Live on Sky Sports
Scotland v Italy, Friday 1 February, 7.35pm, Scotstoun Stadium, Live on BBC ALBA
France v Wales, Saturday 2 February, 9pm, Stadium GGL, Live on S4C

Round 2
Scotland v Ireland, Friday 8 February, 7.35pm, Scotstoun Stadium, Live on RTE/BBC ALBA
Italy v Wales, Saturday 9 February, 8pm, Lecce, Live on BBC Wales
England v France, Sunday 10 February, 12.45pm, Castle Park, Live on Sky Sports

Round 3
Italy v Ireland, Saturday 23 February, 7.30pm, Stadio Lafranchi, Live on RTE
France v Scotland, Saturday 23 February, 9pm, Stadium Metropole
Wales v England, Sunday 24 February, 12.30pm, Cardiff Arms Park, Live on Sky Sports/S4C

Round 4
Scotland v Wales, Friday 8 March, 7.35pm, Scotstoun Stadium, Live on BBC Wales/ALBA
England v Italy, Saturday 9 March, 12.05pm, Sandy Park, Live on Sky Sports
Ireland v France, Saturday 9 March, 7pm, Energia Park, Live on RTE

Round 5
England v Scotland, Saturday 16 March, 7.30, Twickenham Stadium, Live on Sky Sports
Wales v Ireland, Sunday 17 March, 1.30pm, Cardiff Arms Park, Live on S4C/RTE
Italy v France, Sunday 17 March, 1.30pm, Stadio Plebiscito.

Undefeated: Pauline Bourdon of 2018 Six Nations Grand Slam champions France (Getty Images) - Rugby World
Undefeated: Pauline Bourdon of 2018 Six Nations Grand Slam champions France (Getty Images) Rugby World

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