Ireland Rugby National team is governed by the Irish Rugby Football Union. In 2019, Rugby World Cup, Ireland played from Pool A and went to a quater-final match against New Zealand. Where Ireland defeated by All Blacks with (46–14) on 19th October 2019 at Tokyo Stadium, Chōfu, Japan.
For the annual Rugby Six Nations tournament, this year will be held from 1st February. Where 6 teams will participate for the 5 rounds matches each other. And Ireland is the most desirable team to win this title.
Ireland Rugby Six Nationtions Championship 2020 Schedule & Fixture
On the 1st of February, Ireland will play their very first match against Scotland. This match will start at 16:45 (UTC+0) at Aviva Stadium, Dublin. Here we created a table of Ireland Rugby Six Nationtions Championship 2020 Schedule. See the below.
|1st February||16:45 (UTC+0)||Ireland vs Scotland||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|8th February||14:15 (UTC+0)||Ireland vs Wales||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|23rd February||15:00 (UTC+0)||England vs Ireland||Twickenham Stadium, London|
|7th March||14:15 (UTC+0)||Ireland vs Italy||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|14th March||21:00 (UTC+1)||France vs Ireland||Stade de France, Saint-Denis|
How to Enjoy Ireland Rugby Six Nationtions 2020 Tournament
Many rugby fans will not attend the stadium on time for some obvious reasons. And they want to enjoy this whole tournament by watching television or through the internet. SO don’t worry about that, you can watch every match from your home.
Ireland Rugby Six Nationtions 2020 Live TV Broadcasting Rights
From the Ireland region, Virgin Media Sport got the broadcasting rights to cover this Six Nations 2020 Tournament. If you live in Ireland, you must know about Virgin Media Sport has a channel called Virgin One, through this channel you can enjoy all-matches for absolutely free.
Six Nationtions 2020 Live Stream TV Channels Info
Apart from the Virgin One channel, there have other channels to cover this Rugby Six Nations Championship 2020. Those channels are given below the table.
|United States||NBC Sports Gold|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport|