Countries: Ireland, UK, France
Most of the participating countries will offer free live streams for every Six Nations Championship game. In Ireland, fans can catch matches on RTÉ Player. In the UK, games will stream on BBC iPlayer and ITVX. And Les Bleus supporters can watch all their games on France TV.
To watch Six Nations rugby live online for free:
In Ireland, head to www.rte.ie/player and sign up. In the UK, visit www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer or www.itv.com to start streaming. You may need to enter a local postcode (e.g., WC1X 0AA) to sign up. And in France, visit www.france.tv.
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Check out the full schedule of Six Nations fixtures and broadcasters here!
You can tune in to the 2023 Six Nations Championship games live on DAZN Canada. Launched in 2016, DAZN offers live and on-demand streaming of many of the world’s top sporting events—and will broadcast every match of the 2023 Six Nations Championship.
Note: You may need a Canadian credit/debit card and postal code. If you don’t have one, subscribe via PayPal instead. Your DAZN subscription will be locked to Canada and cannot be changed to another region, even when traveling.
To watch the rugby on DAZN Canada:
Connect to a secure VPN server location in Canada.
Subscribe at www.dazn.com/en-CA.
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Price: 5 USD/month and up
NBC has broadcasting rights for the Six Nations Championship in the U.S. The event will be broadcast on NBC’s Peacock streaming service, which shows live sports, highlights, and hundreds of hours of movies and TV. A seven-day free trial is available.
Note: You may need a valid U.S. credit card and zip code (e.g., 08012, 60061) to subscribe.
To watch the rugby on NBC Sports and Peacock:
Connect to a secure VPN server location in the U.S.
Subscribe at www.peacocktv.com.
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Price: 20 AUD/month
Stan Sport is broadcasting all 2023 Six Nations Championship games. The broadcasting network is also a staple for rugby fans showing Premiership Rugby, the Autumn Nations Series, and the upcoming 2023 Rugby World Cup in France. Stream at home or on the go with apps for all platforms. The Australian broadcaster offers a seven-day free trial for its Stan Sport add-on package.
Note: You may need an Australian credit/debit card and postcode to sign up.
To watch the Six Nations on Stan Sport:
Connect to a secure VPN server location in Australia.
Subscribe at www.stan.com.au/watch/sport/rugby/six-nations.
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Price: 20 NZD/week, 40 NZD/month, or 400 NZD/year
Sky Sport Now gives you live streaming and on-demand access to 12 Sky Sport and ESPN channels in New Zealand—perfect for watching Six Nations live streams. The broadcaster also offers week-long, monthly, and annual passes to suit your sports viewing needs. There’s also a seven-day free trial for the monthly or annual passes if you only want to tune in to watch specific games.
Note: You will need a New Zealand payment method to subscribe to Sky Sports Now; otherwise use PayPal.
To watch the rugby on Sky Sport Now New Zealand:
Connect to a secure VPN server location in New Zealand.
Sign up for Sky Sport Now at www.welcome.skysportnow.co.nz.
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The six participating national teams (England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales) will each hold games within their country.
Since the additions of France in 1910 and Italy in 2000, the annual rugby tournament also featuring the four ‘home’ nations of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales has been known as the Six Nations Championship.
France was the winner of the 2022 Six Nations Championship.
South Africa is reportedly set to replace Italy in the Six Nations in 2025.
The addition of South Africa will make the Six Nations more competitive, as Italy has failed to win the tournament since joining the competition in 2000 and has only won two games in the past seven years.
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