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How to Watch Six Nations 2019 Online From Anywhere – England vs Ireland Live Stream

How to Watch Six Nations 2019 Online From Anywhere – England vs Ireland Live Stream

It is time for the Six Nations Championship, and rugby fans all around the globe are looking forward to feasting their eyes on one of Rugby’s most exciting competitions.

Sadly, many rugby fans living around the world cannot easily watch the Six Nations Championship. Rugby is not particularly popular in many countries, which means that TV stations don’t purchase the rights to the tournament. The good news is that with a Virtual Private Network for Sports (VPN for Sports), anybody can stream Six Nations online from anywhere! A VPN lets you do this by allowing you to pretend to be in a different country.

How to Live Stream Six Nations Rugby on iPlayer or ITV Hub with a VPN

Unblocking the Six Nations is extremely easy. Just follow these simple steps to pretend to be in the UK:

  1. Choose a VPN service. To stream Six Nations rugby, we recommend ExpressVPN, because it has fast servers in the UK that will let you watch the Rugby in HD.
  2. If you prefer having a few more options check out our 5 Best VPNs for Sports list.
  3. Click through to your chosen VPN’s website and subscribe.
  4. Install the VPN software on your PC, laptop, Mac, Android or iOS device. ExpressVPN allows you to install the VPN software on three devices to watch Six nations on any of them.
  5. Connect to a server in the UK.
  6. Head over to either the BBC or ITV online player and watch the rugby live for free!

Round 5 Super Saturday Six Nations

It is time for the final weekend of the Six Nations Cup! Although Ireland already won overall with a match to spare, Super Saturday is going to be a tense thriller. That is because the England team has the chance to stop Ireland winning every match to get the grand slam.

Of course, considering the form they are in, it seems likely that Ireland will manage to win their final match. Especially considering that the UK already lost to France and Scotland. However, England does have the home advantage: so you never know!

You can use a VPN to watch the action for free on ITV Hub at 14:45 GMT.

How to watch the Six Nations in USA

Watching the Six Nations in the USA is as simple as watching it anywhere else! By simply following the steps in the guide above and connecting to a UK server, you are able to hide your true location and pretend to be in the UK. This means that you will have a valid UK IP in order to access both ITV Hub and BBC iPlayer – both of which show Rugby Six Nations matches – from across the pond!

If you’re looking to watch the 6 Nations from Australia take a look at our 5 top VPNs for Australia article.

Where Can I Watch 6 Nations Rugby Online?

The good news for Rugby fans is that you will be able to watch all of the Rugby for free: no matter where you are. This is because all the matches are available on Freeview terrestrial British TV channels.

All 15 of the matches are being shown on either the UK’s BBC or ITV channels. This means that you will be able to watch all of the Rugby on BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub online. Easy peasy!

However, as you probably know, both those British online streaming players are geo-restricted for UK residents only. This means you will need a VPN to tune in and watch the Six Nations live.

getrugbystream.com does not condone copyright infringement. While we are aware that VPNs can be used to spoof your location to another country, and thus overcome geo-restrictions, their primary purpose is to provide you with online security and privacy. First and foremost, this is why we recommend using a VPN.

Other Places to Watch The Six Nations

Just in case you prefer to watch a Six Nations Rugby with a different nation’s commentary here are some other TV stations that will be showing Six Nations live. You can use a VPN to watch any of these options. Simply connect to a VPN server in the country of your choice.

  • S4C (Wales)
  • FR2 (France)
  • TV3 (Ireland)
  • DMAX (Italy)
  • NBC (USA)
  • BBC (UK)
  • ITV (UK)

If you want to watch the rugby on NBC from outside of the US, we strongly recommend watching it on the online streaming service Sling TV. Sling TV can be purchased on a month by month basis without a contract. It also provides a 7-day free trial: so you can watch the first weekend of rugby for free.

Sling TV is only available in the US, you will need to connect to a VPN server inside the US to watch this pay-per-view option. Overall, we recommend the UK options as they are free.

getrugbystream.com does not condone copyright infringement. While we are aware that VPNs can be used to spoof your location to another country, and thus overcome geo-restrictions, their primary purpose is to provide you with online security and privacy. First and foremost, this is why we recommend using a VPN.

Who Competes in the Six Nations Championship?

The Five Nations Championship was actually the successor to the Home Nations Championship, which ran from 1883 to 1939. At that time the name was changed to the Five Nations because of the introduction of France into the competition. Since then, Italy has also been added to the competition (in the year 2000) bringing the teams in the competition to a total of six:

England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales.

For Sponsorship reasons, the tournament is actually currently called the NatWest 6 Nations.

When is the NatWest 6 Nations?

The 2019 Six Nations Championship takes place from Saturday, February 1st until Saturday, March 17th. Fans of Rugby Union are treated to 5 action-packed weekends of international Rugby!

The final Saturday of the competition is known as ‘Super Saturday’: so known because all three of the final matches happen on the same day!

Six Nations Rugby Fixtures

All times are shown in GMT. Please adjust accordingly to watch the matches overseas.

ROUND ONE

  • France vs Wales: Friday 1st February 2019 Stade de France, Paris Kick off: 8:00pm, BBC
  • Scotland vs Italy: Saturday 2nd February 2019 BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh Kick off: 2:15pm, BBC
  • Ireland vs England: Saturday 2nd February 2019 Aviva Stadium, Dublin Kick off: 4:45pm, ITV.

ROUND TWO

  • Scotland vs Ireland: Saturday 9th February 2019 BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh Kick off: 2:15pm , ITV
  • Italy vs Wales: Saturday 9th February 2019 Stadio Olimpico, Rome Kick off: 4:45pm, ITV
  • England vs France: Sunday 10th February 2019 Twickenham Stadium, London Kick off: 3:00pm, BBC

ROUND THREE

  • France Scotland: Saturday 23rd February 2019 Stade de France, Paris Kick off: 2:15pm, ITV
  • Wales vs England: Saturday 23rd February 2019 Principality Stadium, Cardiff Kick off: 4:45pm, BBC
  • Italy vs Ireland: Sunday 24th February 2019 Stadio Olimpico, Rome Kick off: 3:00pm, BBC

ROUND FOUR

  • Scotland vs Wales: Saturday 9th March 2019 BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh Kick off: 2:15pm, ITV
  • England vs Italy: Saturday 9th March 2019 Twickenham Stadium, London Kick off: 4:45pm, BBC
  • Ireland vs France: Sunday 10th March 2019 Aviva Stadium, Dublin Kick off: 3:00pm, BBC

ROUND FIVE (Super Saturday)

  • Italy vs France: Saturday 16th March 2019 Stadio Olimpico, Rome Kick off: 12:30pm, ITV
  • Wales vs Ireland: Saturday 16th March 2019 Principality Stadium, Cardiff Kick off: 2:45pm, ITV
  • England vs Scotland: Saturday 16th March 2019 Twickenham Stadium, London Kick off: 5:00pm, BBC
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Six Nations 2018: Start time, fixtures, results, rule changes, and full TV schedule

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Six Nations 2018: Start time, fixtures, results, rule changes, and full TV schedule
Rugby Union - 2015 RBS Six Nations Media Launch - The Hurlingham Club, Ranelagh Gardens, London - 28/1/15 (L-R) France's Captain Thierry Dusautoir, Italy's Captain Sergio Parisse, England's Captain Chris Robshaw, Ireland's Captain Paul O'Connell, Wales' Captain Sam Warburton and Scotland's Captain Greig Laidlaw pose with the RBS Six Nations trophy during the launch Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Paul Childs Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY.

Everything you need to know as England, Ireland, France, Italy, Scotland and Wales prepare for action

ENGLAND will be looking to become the first nation to win three successive Six Nations titles.

The 2016 and 2017 champions will be looking to defend their title when the action kicks off in February.

What is the Six Nations?

This is an annual international rugby union competition that consists of just six sides.

England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales will all play each other once.

If a team wins all of its games, then they are said to have won a ‘Grand Slam’.

 

When does it start and what TV channel can I watch them on?

The Six Nations action will get underway on Saturday, February 3.

Wales will take on Scotland to kick-off proceedings in Cardiff.

And all of the matches will be available for you to watch live on either the BBC or ITV.

Are there any rule changes for the 2018 Six Nations?

The 2017 Six Nations introduced the bonus-point system and it WILL be used again this year.

This means that it is four points for a win and a team will secure an extra point if they score four tries or more.

If a team loses by less than seven points then they will secure a losing bonus-point.

A draw is worth two points and a Grand Slam is worth three points.

 

What is the fixture list for the 2018 Six Nations?

ROUND ONE

Wales vs Scotland: February 3, 2.15pm, Cardiff, BBC

France vs Ireland: February 3, 4.45pm, Paris, BBC

Italy vs England: February 4, 3pm, Rome, ITV.

ROUND TWO

Ireland vs Italy: February 10, 2.15pm, Dublin, ITV

England vs Wales: February 10, 4:45pm, London, ITV

Scotland vs France: February 11, 3pm, Edinburgh, BBC

ROUND THREE

Frances vs Italy: February 23, 8pm, Marseille, ITV

Ireland vs Wales: February 24, 2.15pm, Dublin, BBC

Scotland vs England: February 24, 4.45pm, Edinburgh, BBC

ROUND FOUR 

Ireland vs Scotland: March 10, 2.15pm, Dublin, ITV

France vs England: March 10, 4:45pm, Paris, BBC

Wales vs Italy: March 11, 3pm, Cardiff, BBC

ROUND FIVE

Italy vs Scotland: March 17, 12:30pm, Rome, ITV

England vs Ireland: March 17, 2:45pm, London, ITV

Wales vs France: March 17, 5pm, Cardiff, BBC

 

 

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Rugby League World Cup 2017: Scotland 4-50 Tonga

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Rugby League World Cup 2017: Scotland 4-50 Tonga
Scotland (0) 4
Try: Addy
Tonga (38) 50
Tries: Jennings 3, Taumalolo, Manu, Tupou 2, Terepo, Hingano
Goals: Taukeiaho 6, Hingano

Scotland suffered a heavy loss to Tonga in their opening Group B match at the World Cup in Cairns, Australia.

Hull Kingston Rovers’ Danny Addy scored the Scots’ only try but at that point they trailed 38-0 and the Tongans went on to score two more tries.

Despite Steve McCormack’s Bravehearts being ranked fourth in the world, they were outplayed by a team featuring Andrew Fifita and Jason Taumalolo.

Scotland next play New Zealand in Christchurch on Saturday.

They will complete their group matches against Samoa a week later, back at Barlow Park in Cairns.

Three of the four teams in Scotland’s group progress to the quarter-finals, but the sobering result at the hands of Tonga – 11th in the rankings – threatens a longer run for McCormack’s men in their fourth consecutive World Cup finals.

Scotland’s lofty ranking, thanks to their impressive 2016 Four Nations performance, always looked out of kilter after the loss of key players Ryan Brierley, Peter Wallace, Kane Linnett and Lachlan Coote to injury, and against a Tonga team benefiting from defections from two powerful forwards.

Fifita was originally named in the Australia squad but withdrew to pledge his allegiance to Tonga, while Taumalolo rejected New Zealand to join Kristian Woolf’s squad.

Taumalolo scored one of his team’s seven first-half tries, with Michael Jennings, who played seven Tests for Australia, scoring a hat-trick and Sika Manu, Daniel Tupou and Peni Terepo also crossing.

Taumalolo’s try in the 17th minute, as he forced his way through the Scottish defence, made it 12-0 and he used his power to devastating effect at the next set with a run that set up Jennings to score his second try.

Scotland defended well after the break and registered their first points just after the hour when Addy went over but Tupou and Ata Hingano both crossed late on as Tonga finished strongly.

“We were nowhere near good enough,” said McCormack afterwards. “There’s some damaged pride. But we’ll lick our wounds, patch ourselves up and get ready to go next week.

“I’ve got a fantastic bunch of players who are full of resilience and I can’t wait for next week.”

Captain Danny Brough, setting a new Scottish record with his 24th cap, added: “They came down the middle with strong and powerful running. In the World Cup you can’t give a team as much respect as we did.

“We know they are great players individually and they proved it tonight collectively. But I don’t think we showed up and proved how good we are, and that’s the most disappointing thing.

“We will be better next week. I don’t think we can be much worse than that.”

Coach Woolf, when asked if Tonga could win the World Cup, responded: “It’s a difficult question. Scotland are not going to be a real challenger in the World Cup judging by tonight’s performance.

“But the level goes up next week [against Samoa, who lost 38-8 to New Zealand on Saturday] and we will find out about ourselves then.”

Scotland: K Bentley, Brough, Kavanagh, Russell, Ferguson, Douglas, Hellewell, Tierney, Addy, Mariano, Oakes, Bell, Stein.

Interchanges: J Walker, Phillips, Brooks, A Bentley.

Tonga: Vatuvei, Taukeiaho, Lolohea, Fifita, Tupou, Hopoate, Hurrell, Havili, Jennings, Ma’u, Taumalolo, Manu, Hingano.

Interchanges: Katoa, Terepo, Murdoch-Masila, Moa.

You can follow the fortunes of your favourite team with live match notifications sent straight to your phone or tablet via the BBC Sport app. Line-up, kick-off, score, half-time and full-time options are available for all teams participating at the World Cup.

Source : BBC

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