Good news (for Sky Sports customers)! You can now watch all 5 of England’s Six Nations games from the comfort of your own living room. And if you’re a Sky customer but don’t have Sky Sports, you can watch the games against France and Ireland on something called Sky Sports Mix (which I assume has been set up by Mr Murdoch to entice you to part with more cash and upgrade to Sky Sports, but hey, free rugby).
If, like me, you don’t have Sky, don’t fear! You can always head down to watch the games in person (although this will involve wearing more than just pants unless you want to attract the attention of the local constabulary). England play two of their three home games at the Twickenham Stoop, and tickets are available here. Plus, if you’ve already got tickets to see the men play France, you can stick around and watch the women for free.
So get out there (or switch on the TV) and support the Red Roses and the women’s game as a whole!
England v France
Saturday 4 February, KO 7.35pm, live on Sky Sports Mix
Free entry after the men’s game
Wales v England
Saturday 11 February, KO 11:30am, live on Sky Sports, S4C, BBC Wales
Cardiff Arms Park
England v Italy
Saturday 25 February, KO 1pm, live on Sky Sports
Twickenham Stoop – get your tickets here
England v Scotland
Saturday 11 March, KO 1pm, live on englandrugby.com, coverage delayed until 8am on Sky Sports
Twickenham Stoop- get your tickets here
Ireland v England
Friday 17 March, KO 8pm, live on Sky Sports Mix
Donnybrook Stadium, Dublin