Six Nations Championship, and rugby fans all around the world are anticipating devouring their eyes on one of Rugby’s most energizing rivalries. The Six Nations Championship was once known as the Five Nations Championship, however in the year 2000, Italy was added to the opposition: changing the acclaimed competition until the end of time!
Tragically, numerous rugby fans living far and wide can’t without much of a stretch watch the Six Nations Championship. Rugby isn’t especially mainstream in numerous nations, which implies that TV stations don’t buy the rights to the competition. This is a colossal dissatisfaction to Rugby Union fans, expats, and individuals in the midst of a furlough who are frantic to watch the Rugby.
Each of the 15 of the matches are being appeared on either the UK’s BBC or ITV channels. This implies you will have the capacity to observe the greater part of the Rugby on BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub on the web. Simple peasy!
Live coverage will be available through BBC and iTV (UK), S4C (Wales), TV3 (Ireland), France Télévisions (France), DMAX (Italy) and NBC Sport (US). Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
- United Kingdom – Available on BBC (FREE), iTV , and S4C
- Ireland – Available on TV3
- France – Available on France Télévisions / France.TV
- Italy – Available on DMAX
- United States – Available on NBC Sports
2017 – England (19pts)
2016 – England (10pts)
2015 – Ireland (8pts)
2014 – Ireland (8pts)
2013 – Wales (8pts)