Six Nations 2023: How to watch every match for FREE on TV and online

Six Nations 2023: How to watch every match for FREE on TV and online

The Six Nations remains on free-to-air television in the UK for 2023 with the tournament now off and running.

While not technically part of the traditional ‘crown jewels’ of British sport that have to remain on terrestrial TV, the competition will stay as such until at least 2025 after a new four-year rights renewal agreed with broadcasters back in 2021.

That fresh deal guaranteed that the Six Nations - free-to-air in the UK since 2003 - will stay on the BBC and ITV, with the latter showing all home matches from England plus Ireland, France and Italy.

The BBC, meanwhile, shows home matches for Scotland and Wales as part of the ongoing agreeement.

Below is how you can watch every single Six Nations fixture for 2023 live and for free on terrestrial television in the UK, with the ITVX app, ITV website, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website all available for live streams online.

Round 1

Saturday, February 4

2:15pm: Wales 10-34 Ireland, Principality Stadium (BBC and S4C)

4:45pm: England 23-29 Scotland, Twickenham (ITV)

Sunday, February 5

3pm:Italy 24-29 France, Stadio Olimpico (ITV)

Round 2

Saturday, February 11

2:15pm:Ireland 32-19 France, Aviva Stadium (ITV)

4:45pm:Scotland 35-7 Wales, Murrayfield (BBC and S4C)

Sunday, February 12

3pm: England 31-14 Italy, Twickenham (ITV)

Round 3

Saturday, February 25

2:15pm: Italy 20-34 Ireland, Stadio Olimpico (ITV)

4:45pm: Wales 10-20 England, Principality Stadium (BBC and S4C)

Sunday, February 26

3pm: France vs Scotland, Stade de France (ITV)

Round 4

Saturday, March 11

2:15pm: Italy vs Wales, Stadio Olimpico (ITV)

4:45pm: England vs France, Twickenham (ITV)

Sunday, March 12

3pm: Scotland vs Ireland, Murrayfield (BBC)

Round 5

Saturday, March 18

12:30pm: Scotland vs Italy, Murrayfield (BBC)

2:45pm: France vs Wales, Stade de France (ITV)

5pm: Ireland vs England, Aviva Stadium (ITV)