BBC and ITV confirm Six Nations Rugby coverage


The BBC and ITV have confirmed how they will be covering this year's Six Nations Rugby tournament on television.

Seven live games and 4 Rugby Special highlights programmes will be screened on BBC One, with every game covered on Radio 5 live and 5 live sports extra and across the BBC’s extensive digital offerings, including new podcasts and interactive activities on the BBC Sport website.

Remaining Six Nations games will be shown on ITV (UTV in Northern Ireland, STV in Scotland). Additionally Welsh channel S4C will have live coverage of games featuring Wales. For the first time in the game’s history, Wales Women will be televised live on the BBC, as they play their first home fixture of the 2017 Six Nations on Saturday 11 February against England.

FIXTURE DETAILS
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Date
Time
Fixture
Location
Channel
04/02/17
2:25
Scotland v Ireland
BT Murrayfield
BBC One
04/02/17
4:50
England v France
Twickenham Stadium
ITV
05/02/17
2:00
Italy v Wales
Stadio Olimpico
ITV
11/02/17
2:25
Italy v Ireland
Stadio Olimpico
ITV
11/02/17
4:50
Wales v England
Principality Stadium
BBC One
12/02/17
3:00
France v Scotland
Stade de France
BBC One
25/02/17
2:25
Scotland v Wales
BT Murrayfield
BBC One
25/02/17
4:50
Ireland v France
Aviva Stadium
ITV
26/02/17
3:00
England v Italy
Twickenham Stadium
ITV
03/03/17
8:00
Wales v Ireland
Principality Stadium
BBC One
11/03/17
1:30
Italy v France
Stadio Olimpico
ITV
11/03/17
4:00
England v Scotland
Twickenham Stadium
ITV
18/03/17
12:30
Scotland v Italy
BT Murrayfield
BBC One
18/03/17
2:45
France v Wales
BT Murrayfield
BBC One
18/03/17
5:00
Ireland v England
BT Murrayfield
ITV
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