Six Nations TV coverage: how to watch 6 nation rugby championship 2022 on BBC, ITV, live stream and highlights
The 2022 Six Nations kicks off next month as England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France and Italy
and live on Freeview channel 276
France are currently the hot favourites to win the competition after causing upset against New Zealand during the Autumn Nations Series.
England are close behind the French and will face the daunting trip to Paris in March.
When does Six Nations 2022 start?
The 2022 Six Nations Championship starts on Saturday, February 5 and comes to an end on March 19.
England will take on Scotland in Edinburgh on the opening day.
How to watch Six Nations 2022 on TV
In previous years, the BBC broadcasted all of Scotland, Wales and France’s home matches - with ITV showing those of England, Ireland and Italy - but from 2022 all matches in Paris will be added to ITV’s coverage.
Here is the TV schedule...
Saturday 5th February
2:15pm Ireland v Wales (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) - ITV
4:45pm Scotland v England (BT Murrayfield, Edinburgh) - BBC
Sunday 6th February
3pm France v Italy (Stade de France, Paris) - ITV
Saturday 12th February
2:15pm Wales v Scotland (Principality Stadium, Cardiff) - BBC
4:45pm France v Ireland (Stade de France, Paris) - ITV
Sunday 13th February
3pm Italy v England (Stadio Olimpico, Rome) - ITV
Saturday 26th February
2:15pm Scotland v France (BT Murrayfield, Edinburgh) - BBC
4:45pm England v Wales (Twickenham, London) - ITV
Sunday 27th February
3pm Ireland v Italy (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) - ITV
Friday 11th March
8pm Wales v France (Principality Stadium, Cardiff) - BBC
Saturday 12th March
2:15pm Italy v Scotland (Stadio Olimpico, Rome) - ITV
4:45pm England v Ireland (Twickenham, London) - ITV
Saturday 19th March
2:15pm Wales v Italy (Principality Stadium, Cardiff) - BBC
4:45pm Ireland v Scotland (Aviva Stadium, Dublin) - ITV
8pm France v England (Stade de France, Paris) - ITV
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