Women’s Six Nations 2022: How to watch from around the world

Women’s Six Nations 2022: How to watch from around the world

The 2022 Women’s Six Nations is back – and better than ever! Not only is it staying in a standalone window separate from the men’s championship but it has returned to a full five-round tournament after Covid led to a condensed format in 2021.

Plus, all matches are available to watch via TV or digital platforms and, with staggered kick-offs each weekend, you can see the action from every game. England are chasing a fourth straight Six Nations title and are sure to face a stern challenge from France – both these teams comfortably beat world champions New Zealand in the autumn.

The other four countries included have motivations to be positive as well. Italy and Scotland have equipped for the World Cup in the not so distant future, Wales have presented proficient agreements while Ireland have another mentor and more noteworthy help from the IRFU.

Beneath we make sense of how for observe a solid Women’s Six Nations live stream any place you are on the planet.

Women’s Six Nations live stream: How to watch from the UK

The good news is that all Women’s Six Nations matches are available free-to-air in the UK on BBC channels.

All matches will be available to watch live on BBC iPlayer, while certain games will also be shown on various TV channels.

This Saturday, England v Wales (4.45pm kick-off) is live on BBC Two and BBC Wales, with coverage from 4.30pm.

On Sunday, Scotland v France (1pm) is live on BBC Scotland from 12.40pm and will also be available on iPlayer. Ireland v Italy (5pm) will be live on iPlayer too.

Welsh language channel S4C has live coverage of Wales’ matches against France and Italy later in the tournament too.

To keep track of all the TV details for this year’s fixtures, download our Women’s Six Nations wallchart.

Women’s Six Nations live stream: How to watch from Ireland

In Ireland, the Women’s Six Nations is also on free-to-air TV, with matches split between RTE and Virgin Media.

This weekend Virgin Media Two will show England v Wales (4.45pm) on Saturday, with coverage starting at 4.30pm.

Sunday’s Ireland v Italy match (5pm) will be live on RTE2 from 4.30pm while the earlier Scotland v France (1pm) match will be available on RTE Player.

Women’s Six Nations live stream: How to watch from Europe

In France, all championship games will be shown on France TV, and available on either free-to-air TV or its streaming platform.

In Italy, Sky Italia have the rights to show the Women’s Six Nations this year.

Women’s Six Nations 2022: How to watch from the USA

If you live in the States, FloSports is the new Women’s Six Nations broadcaster.

All matches will be streamed on its FloRugby platform, which costs $29.99 for a monthly subscription or $150 for the annual subscription, with both packages also giving you access to the entire FloSports network.

Australia: For those in Australia, Stan Sports has the rights to show Women’s Six Nations matches and the streaming platform will have all 15 matches live and on demand.

It costs $10 a month to add Stan Sport to your general Stan plan – and there is also a seven-day free trial available so you could test it out first.

New Zealand: If you want to tune in to the Six Nations from the Land of the Long White Cloud, Sky Sport NZ have the rights.

This weekend, England v Wales (kick-off 3.45am Sunday NZ time) and Scotland v France (midnight Sunday NZ time) and Ireland v Italy (4am Monday NZ time) are all live on Sky Sport NZ1.

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