THE SIX Nations 2023 is finally here – and all of the TV info has been decided for the big tournament.
ITV and BBC will be sharing the games again this year.
Ferocious France secured the Grand Slam in 2022, winning all five of their games.
Ireland finished as runners-up – their sole defeat coming to champions France.
England won just two games – against Italy and Wales – and ended up finishing third in the table.
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Which Six Nations games are on BBC and which are on ITV?
Saturday, February 4 2023
Sunday, February 5 2023
Saturday, February 11 2023
Sunday, February 12 2023
Saturday, 25 February 2023
- Italy vs Ireland – 2:15pm (ITV)
- Wales vs England – 4:45pm (BBC & S4C)
Sunday, 26 February 2023
- France vs Scotland – 3pm (ITV)
Saturday, March 11 2023
- Italy vs Wales – 2:15pm (ITV)
- England vs France – 4:45pm (ITV & BBC)
Sunday, March 12 2023
- Scotland vs Ireland – 3pm (BBC & S4C)
Saturday, March 18 2023
- Scotland vs Italy – 12:30pm (BBC & S4C)
- France vs Wales – 2:45pm (ITV)
- Ireland vs England – 5pm (ITV)
Who will be presenting at Six Nations 2023 for BBC?
Six Nations will be broadcast across both BBC and ITV which means fans are set to be treated by two different punditry teams.
Gabby Logan has been nominated to lead live coverage for the BBC.
And the experienced presenter will be joined by former Rugby Union stars including Sam Warburton, John Barclay, Martin Johnson and Tommy Bowe.
The BBC have also called on extra punditry from World Cup winners Matt Dawson, Katy Daley-Mclean and Paul Grayson.
Lions stars Tom Shanklin and Denis Hickie have also made the cut while Andrew Cotter will lead the TV commentary alongside Jonathan Davies and Chris Peterson.
Who will be presenting at Six Nations 2023 for ITV?
Over on ITV, Mark Pougatch and Jill Douglas are set to take charge of the TV coverage while Nick Mullins and Miles Harrison provide commentary.
Martin Bayfield and Gabriel Clarke have been given the task of bringing updates and break news from the sidelines.
Rugby World Cup winners Ben Kay and Danielle Waterman will be joined in the commentary box by Shane Williams, Gordon D’Arcy, Scott Hastings and David Flatman.
England superstar Maggie Alphonsi, Brian O’Driscoll, Rory Best, Gareth Thomas, Jamie Roberts, Jim Hamilton and Benjamin Kayser have also made the cut.
And ITV will also have rugby legends such as Jonny Wilkinson, Lawrence Dallaglio, Sir Clive Woodward and George Gregan as part of their roster.
Can I watch it for FREE?
Yes! The Six Nations can be watched for free as long as you hold a valid TV licence in the UK.