Six Nations 2018 full fixture list and TV schedule – live BBC and ITV coverage details revealed

Check out the dates, kick-off times and channel details for every single Six Nations rugby match on TV this season

Wales' Alun Wyn Jones, France's Guilhem Guirado, England's Dylan Hartley, Ireland's Rory Best, Scotland's John Barclay and Italy's Sergio Parisse pose with the trophy during the 6 Nations Launch event in west London (Getty, JG)

The 2018 NatWest Six Nations Championship has begun, with BBC and ITV sharing the rights to the biggest rugby union tournament in the northern hemisphere.

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England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland will all be battling for national pride along with France and Ireland, with every match shown live on TV and online.

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ITV has coverage of every home England, Ireland and Italy match, while the BBC has Scotland, Wales and France’s matches covered.

The tournament kicked off on Saturday 3rd February and ends with all six nations playing on Saturday 17th March.

BBC will broadcast the matches on BBC1, with live online coverage on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website. ITV will show all its games on TV and online via the ITV Hub.

In addition, S4C will have Welsh language coverage of all Wales matches, BBC Radio Ulster will have commentary for all of Ireland’s matches, and BBC Radio Scotland will have live build-up and coverage of all Scotland matches.

Check out the full guide to every Six Nations match live on TV in the UK below, including dates, kick-off times, channel details and more.

ROUND FIVE

Saturday 17th March

Italy v Scotland – kick-off 12.30pm, live on ITV

England v Ireland – kick-off 2.45pm, live on ITV

Wales v France – kick-off 5pm, live on BBC1


Six Nations 2018 results

Round one

Wales 37 – 7 Scotland

France 13 – 15 Ireland

Italy 15 – 46 England

Round two

Ireland 56 – 19 Italy

England 12 – 6 Wales

Scotland 32 – 26 France

Round three

France 34 – 17 Italy

Ireland 37 – 27 Wales

Scotland 25 – 13 England

Round four

Ireland 28 – 8 Scotland

France 22 – 16 England

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Wales 38 – 14 Italy