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The Six Nations Rugby tournament is probably the second biggest Rugby competition after the Rugby World Cup (although I’m sure anybody south of the equator would argue the toss over this!) Played between northern hemisphere national teams from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy.

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Involving some of the oldest grudge matches in Rugby the 6 Nations seems to thrive on exciting, physical Rugby. As well as the 6 Nations title itself there are also several smaller prizes played during the course of the Six Nations the most famous of which being the Calcutta Cup played between England and Scotland.

France took home the 2022 Six Nations trophy as well as a much deserved Grand Slam, it’s been a long time coming for the French. Made even sweeter with a final game stuffing of England in the Stade de France. Perhaps the stand out game of the whole tournament though was Italy beating Wales on Welsh soil, avoiding the wooden spoon and giving a bit of a push to their right to stay in the tournament. To be honest Italy were becoming a bit of a joke so hopefully that result will enable them to kick on in the 2023 Six Nations.

When it comes to watching your 6 Nations rugby live on the internet the BBC have lost exclusive rights to the tournament in the UK and are now sharing it with ITV. The good news is that both channels are free to air as long as your are in the UK. Both the BBC and ITV provide high quality streamed content (Ever wish that that you had a UK Internet Connection?). You can find out more details on the BBC’s 6 Nations Coverage by following the link. The Six Nations has a huge following all over the world, especially in the southern hemisphere (maybe they admire our kicking game in secret) so there will no doubt be countless other places online showing the Six Nations matches live. Check out the live sports schedule on the day of games. Back in the day we used to provide our own Six Nations updates which you can find here in the 6 nations archives.

Latest Official Six Nations Highlights

The Six Nations starts early February each year with the final usually being played in late March. Details of what live 6 Nations Rugby is being shown between those dates can be found by following the links on the live sports schedules page.

Six Nations 2024 Schedule & Where To Watch

Fri 02nd Feb 20:00 – France vs Ireland (ITV)
Sat 03rd Feb 14:15 – Italy vs England (ITV)
Sat 03rd Feb 16:45 – Wales vs Scotland (BBC)
Sat 10th Feb 14:15 – Scotland vs France (BBC)
Sat 10th Feb 16:45 – England vs Wales (ITV)
Sun 11th Feb 15:00 – Ireland vs Italy (ITV)
Sat 24th Feb 14:15 – Ireland vs Wales (ITV)
Sat 24th Feb 16:45 – Scotland vs England (BBC)
Sun 25th Feb 15:00 – France vs Italy (ITV)
Sat 9th Mar 14:15 – Italy vs Scotland (ITV)
Sat 9th Mar 16:45 – England vs Ireland (ITV)
Sun 10th Mar 15:00 – Wales vs France (BBC)
Sat 16th Mar 14:15 – Wales vs Italy (BBC)
Sat 16th Mar 16:45 – Ireland vs Scotland (ITV)
Sat 16th Mar 20:00 – France vs England (ITV)


Keep Up With The Latest Six Nations Results & Fixtures

Benetton defeated Connacht 39-24 in the European Challenge Cup quarter-final. Benetton's tries came from Lucchesi, Menoncello, Smith, and Albornoz (2). Connacht scored through Heffernan, Boyle, Aki, and Oliver. Despite Connacht's efforts, Benetton's strong performance secured victory. Benetton maintained their unbeaten record in Challenge Cup knockout matches at Stadio Monigo. Albornoz's second try proved crucial for Benetton's win. Concluding, Connacht couldn't close the gap, and Benetton advanced to the semi-finals.

Gloucester secured a tight 23-13 victory over Ospreys in the European Challenge Cup Quarter-Final at Kingsholm. Seb Blake's try and Santi Carreras' accurate kicking proved crucial for Gloucester. Despite Ospreys initially leading through Keelan Giles' try, Gloucester's forward dominance and Carreras' penalty kicks ensured the win. Gloucester now advances to a home semi-final. Ospreys struggled with set-pieces and penalties, ultimately falling short.

England wing Immanuel Feyi-Waboso will play for Exeter Chiefs in their Champions Cup clash with Bath. Bath's Cameron Redpath returns. Exeter's Ethan Roots also in lineup. Bath seeks to continue good form. Exeter coach praises opponents. Dafydd Jenkins to captain Exeter. Winner faces Toulouse or Racing 92 next. Key players listed for both teams. Game details provided.


Latest 6 Nations News

All Black Barrett wants 'positive challenge' at Leinster (Apr 15, 2024 18:02)
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Rugby Union Weekly (Apr 15, 2024 16:30)
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