The 2020 Six Nations Tournament kicked off on February 1! To not miss out on this legendary oval ball competition, read the rest of our article.
The calendar of the 2020 6 Nations Tournament
This year, the matches were to take place between February 1 and March 14, but due to a pandemic, one match on Day 4 and the 3 on Day 5 were suspended.
Here is a table of matches played, their results and to come.
|Day 1 (01 / 02‑02 / 02)||Day 2 (08 / 02-09 / 02)||Day 3 (22 / 02-23 / 02)||Day 4 (07/03-08/03)||Day 5 (October 31)|
|Wales 42-0 Italy||Ireland 24-14 Wales||Italy 0-17 Scotland||Ireland-Italy postponed to 24 october||Wales-Scotland|
|Ireland 19-12 Scotland||Scotland 6-13 England||Wales 23-27 France||England 33-30 Wales||Italy-England|
|France 24-17 England||France 35-22 Italy||England 24-12 Ireland||Scotland 28-17 France||France-Ireland|
Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the Ireland vs Italy match will take place on October 24 and the others on the 31st.
The Six Nations Tournament on TV and streaming
All the matches of the Six Nations Tournament are broadcast live on France 2 and France 4, the matches take place at 3:15 p.m., 5:45 p.m. and 9 p.m.
If you prefer to follow this competition from your computer, tablet or even your smartphone, then go to France TV Sport website.
Watch the Six Nations Tournament from abroad
If you are traveling outside France and you do not want to miss this international championship, then you can subscribe to a VPN (Virtual Private Network “). With it, you can hide your location and browse sites as if you were in your home country (or anywhere in the world).