How to watch Six Nations 2021: TV coverage, full fixtures schedule, channel and live stream guide. Six Nations 2021 – fixtures, dates, TV schedule and match kick-off times.
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The 2021 Six Nations Championship Rugby from Saturday 6 February until Saturday 20 March. The championship is played between the top six ranked European Rugby teams. The 2020 championship was the longest in history, with delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic meaning it didn’t conclude until 31 October. Here everything you need to know Six Nations Rugby 2021 teams news, line up, live stream guide and point tables.
The England and Wales teams are surging and will be tough opponents in each fixture. Round one will get underway on February 1-2, 2020 with contests between France and Wales, Scotland and Italy, and Ireland and England.
The Six Nations Championship is an annual international rugby union competition involving six European countries and sites such as England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. The current 2016 champions are England 31-21 victory over France in Paris, and Ireland also having won the 2015 Tournament.
2021 Six Nations Rugby 1st Round TV Guide
All Six Nations matches are available on free-to-air TV in the UK, with the BBC and ITV sharing the broadcast rights. The BBC air the home games of France, Scotland and Wales while ITV show England, Ireland and Italy’s home matches.
Scotland vs Ireland Live Stream
Date: Sunday, March 14
Time: 9:00 PM BT
Where: Murrayfield, Edinburgh
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Live coverage of Scotland vs Ireland will be shown on the BBC One and S4C.
Six Nations 2021 schedule
Saturday 13th March 2021 – Italy vs Wales, 2.15pm ITV and S4C
Saturday 13th March 2021 – England vs France 4.45pm ITV
Sunday 14th March 2021 – Scotland vs Ireland 3pm BBC
Saturday 20th March 2021 – Scotland v Italy 2.15pm BBC
Saturday 20th March 2021 – Ireland v England 4.45pm ITV
Saturday 20th March 2021 – France v Wales, 8pm BBC and S4C
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2021Guinness Six Nations Participants List
The Six Nations Championship is an annual international rugby tournament imvolving teams are:
The champions are favourites despite being without five leading forwards for part or all of the tournament, but the last time England won in Cardiff and Dublin in the same campaign was in 2003, when Eddie Jones was coaching that year’s World Cup hosts, Australia.
Second last year in both the Six Nations and the Autumn Nations Cup, Les Bleus never resembled the indifferent bunch who meandered through the tournament in the years after the 2010 grand slam.
Last year seemed a hangover from the World Cup as the Irish tried to wriggle out of Joe Schmidt’s tactical straitjacket and fit into something more comfortably tailored by Andy Farrell and Mike Catt.
They twice played Wales and Scotland in Dublin and won each time, but twice lost at Twickenham without securing a bonus point and ended the Six Nations with a 35-27 defeat in Paris, the highest number of points they had conceded in a championship match for 14 years.
Franco Smith spoke impressively at the launch and it is to be hoped the head coach’s employers were listening. The Italian rugby federation has too often thought that changing the person in charge of the team was all that was required, but attention is now being paid to the tiers below thanks to Conor O’Shea, Smith’s predecessor.
The most intriguing of the six and, for once in a Lions year, Scotland should be worth more than a few token selections. Poor away form has cost them in the past but their success at a crowd-free Parc y Scarlets last October, their first Six Nations victory outside Murrayfield other than in Rome since 2010, means they should not be tiptoeing on to Twickenham
Wayne Pivac’s first Six Nations match in charge a year ago was a 42-0 victory over Italy, but their only successes since then have come against Georgia and Italy in the Nations Cup. Appointed with a remit to get Wales playing with flair, he will settle for results this championship, starting with Ireland in Cardiff.
Check 6 Nations Rugby tournament details:
Taking place each year from the first weekend of February and usually concluding by the end of March, the tournament is contested by the international sides of France, England, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
Overall, England remain the most successful team in rugby Six Nations history. They’ve won the title 29 times, with Wales the next closest on 27. Of all the teams that take part in the Six Nations, Italy are the only team who have not won the tournament.
Game schedule for 2021 Six Nations Rugby
Italy vs France, 2.15pm on 6 February
England vs Scotland, 4.45pm on 6 February
Wales vs Ireland, 3pm on 7 February
England vs Italy, 2.15pm on 13 February
Scotland vs Wales, 4.45pm on 13 February
Ireland vs France, 3pm on 14 February
Italy vs Ireland, 2.15pm on 27 February
Wales vs England, 4.45pm on 27 February
France vs Scotland, 3pm on 28 February
Italy vs Wales, 2.15pm on 13 March
England vs France, 4.45pm on 13 March
Scotland vs Ireland, 3pm on 14 March
Scotland vs Italy, 2.15pm on 20 March
Ireland vs England, 4.45pm on 20 March
France vs Wales, 8pm on 20 March
What TV channel is the Six Nations 2021?
BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub: All Six Nations matches are available on free-to-air TV in the UK, with the BBC and ITV sharing the broadcast rights. The BBC air the home games of France, Scotland and Wales while ITV show England, Ireland and Italy’s
NBC Sports: NBC Sports once again has the rights to show Six Nations rugby in the US, which used to mean coughing up the best part of $80 for an NBC Sports Gold Rugby Pass.
beIN Sports: You can also stream beIN Sports’ coverage live and on-demand through Kayo Sports. A basic package is $25 a month and premium is $35 a month – and they are offering a FREE 14-day trial to new customers.
Sky Sports: Subscribers can watch online using the country’s Sky Go service, while cord-cutters and anyone else can try the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform – where a weekly pass costs just $19.99.