After a week off, the Six Nations 2019 continues with England leading the table going into round three but face second placed Wales in Cardiff. Below we have all the fixtures, kick off times and TV channels, as well as details on how to watch online for free.
Six Nations 2019: Fixtures & TV channels
Below we have a list of all the six nations games over the five weeks. You can see the date, who's playing, kick-off time and what channel it's being broadcast on. All times are GMT.
- 23 Feb - France vs Scotland - 3.15pm - BBC One
- 23 Feb - Wales vs England - 4.45pm - BBC One/S4C
- 24 Feb - Italy vs Ireland - 3pm - ITV One
- 9 March - Scotland vs Wales - 2.15pm - BBC One/S4C
- 9 March - England vs Italy - 4.45pm - ITV One
- 10 March - Ireland vs France - 3pm - ITV One
- 16 March - Italy vs France - 12.30pm - ITV One
- 16 March - Wales vs Ireland - 2.45pm - BBC One/S4C
- 16 March - England vs Scotland - 5pm - ITV One
Round 1 (finished)
- 1 Feb - France (19) vs Wales (24) - 8pm - BBC One/S4C
- 2 Feb - Scotland (33) vs Italy (20) - 2.15pm - BBC One
- 2 Feb - Ireland (20) vs England (32) - 4.45pm - ITV One
Round 2 (finished)
- 9 Feb - Scotland (13) vs Ireland (22) - 2.15pm - BBC One
- 9 Feb - Italy (15) vs Wales (26) - 4.45pm - ITV One/S4C
- 10 Feb - England (44) vs France (8) - 3pm - ITV One
Watch Six Nations online for free
Every match in the tournament will be shown on BBC One or ITV One, so you can tune in on your TV or online. All Wales games will also be shown on S4C.
All three apps are free to download to a phone or tablet from the App Store or Google Play, and can be accessed in a web browser on a PC or laptop.
If you are not on an unlimited mobile data contract on your phone or tablet you should ensure that you are connected to Wi-Fi to avoid high data charges. To stream live rugby matches on a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone you also need to have a valid TV Licence.
Check the rules out: Do I need a TV Licence?
Watching the Six Nations abroad
If you are on holiday and want to watch the Six Nations, you can do so using a VPN. You can download a VPN (virtual private network) from somewhere like Nord VPN to ‘browse from the UK’.
For full information, check out our best VPN services chart.