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Six Nations 2023 Fixtures, date, tickets, how to watch, latest odds

Six Nations 2023 Fixtures, Date, Time, How to watch

The Guinness Six Nations 2023 fixtures have been confirmed. The Six Nations Championship in 2023 will be a mouth-watering competition featuring the biggest nations in the northern hemisphere. Wales and Ireland will kick off the 2023 Six Nations Championship when they meet at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 4th February.

The Six Nations is an annual tournament and arguably the biggest national tournament in rugby bar the World Cup. This sporting tournament sees six European countries, Italy, France, England, Wales, Ireland, and Scotland, compete every year to lift the trophy.

Here is all the latest information including the 2023 Six Nation Fixtures, Kick-off times, How to watch live, TV channel, latest odds, and get tickets for the Championship.

Six Nations 2023 fixtures and TV schedule

Round 1

Saturday, February 4

  • Wales vs Ireland, 2.15 pm, at Principality Stadium (Cardiff)
  • England vs Scotland, 4.45 pm, at Twickenham (London)

Sunday, February 5

  • Italy vs France, 3 pm, Stadio Olimpico (Rome)

Round 2

Saturday, February 11

  • Ireland vs France, 2.15 pm, at Aviva Stadium (Dublin)
  • Scotland vs Wales, 4.45 pm, at BT Murrayfield (Edinburgh)

Sunday, February 12

  • England vs Italy, 3 pm, at Twickenham (London)

Round 3

Saturday, February 25

  • Italy vs Ireland, 2.15 pm, at Stadio Olimpico (Rome)
  • Wales vs England, 4.45 pm, at Principality Stadium (Cardiff)

Sunday, February 26

  • France vs Scotland, 3 pm, at Stade de France (Paris)

Round 4

Saturday, March 11

  • Italy vs Wales, 2.15 pm, at Stadio Olimpico (Rome)
  • England vs France, 4.45 pm, at Twickenham (London)

Sunday, March 12

  • Scotland vs Ireland, 3 pm, at BT Murrayfield (Edinburgh)

Round 5

Saturday, March 18

  • Scotland vs Italy, 12.30 pm, at BT Murrayfield (Edinburgh)
  • France vs Wales, 2.45 pm, at Stade de France (Paris)
  • Ireland vs England, 5 pm, at Aviva Stadium (Dublin)
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Can France repeat last year’s explosive Six Nations performance in 2023? Photo: Franck Fife/AFP

How to get Six Nations tickets – Where and How to Buy Six Nations 2023 Tickets, prices?

Tickets for Six Nations are always in high demand, and it is recommended to go directly through each nation’s Union, or an official partner.

Fans looking forward to visiting and attending Six Nations 2023 games in person can buy their tickets through WRU’s official online ticket office, and by phone or in person at the Westgate Street Ticket Office, when the tickets are available. You can also Buy all the Game Tickets on Viagogo.

Click here for full details on tickets and hospitality.

Prices for the Six Nations 2023 tickets start at £40 each and go up to £130 per person. The tickets for the first round between Wales and Ireland are costing £40, £80, £105, £110, and £120, while the third round tickets between England and Wales cost between £40 and £130.

How to watch the Six Nations 2023 live stream online?

Every game in the championship will be aired live on either BBC or ITV.

BBC lost the rights to broadcast France’s home matches in the men’s Six Nations in 2022, which means that all matches in Paris will be shown on ITV. England matches are shared between the broadcasters, who began sharing rights across the competition in 2016.

S4C will be showing all Wales matches live, and RTE will have live coverage of seven of the 15 matches, including all Irish fixtures.

Here are the latest odds to win

  • Ireland 6/4
  • France 13/8
  • England 5/1
  • Wales 18/1
  • Scotland 20/1
  • Italy 500/1

Odds correct as of January 15

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