Women's Six Nations 2022: Fixtures, results, TV channel, dates, UK start times and live stream info

THE Women's Six Nations is in full throttle with England leading the pack as things stand.

Red Roses have been relentless this tournament and their class was further displayed in the 69-0 pummelling on Ireland in front of a record-breaking attendance.

England are hot favourites to retain the title in which they cruised to last year.

But the 17-times Six Nations winners shouldn't take their opponents lightly because they all have something to prove.

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What is the fixture list and when are they taking place?

The 2022 edition of the Women's Six Nations has returned to a five-round format with the dates and times as following:

Round one

  • Scotland 5-57 England
  • Ireland 19-27 Wales
  • France 39-6 Italy

Round two

  • France 40-5 Ireland
  • Wales 24-19 Scotland
  • Italy 0-74 England

Round three

  • England 58-5 Wales
  • Scotland 8-28 France
  • Ireland 29-8 Italy

Round four

  • Wales 5-33 France
  • Italy 20-13 Scotland
  • England 69-0 Ireland

Round five

  • Wales vs Italy – Saturday, April 30 – 12 noon
  • France vs England – Saturday, April 30 – 2.15pm
  • Ireland vs Scotland- Saturday, April 30 – 8pm

All kick-offs are UK time

What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

  • ALL 15 matches will be broadcasted live on BBC One.
  • It can also be streamed via the BBC Website or the BBC iPlayer app.

What did Six Nations CEO Ben Morel say?

The timing of the Women's 2022 Championship breaks the traditional link of the men's tournament.

But Ben Morel stated that: "Increased visibility is key for the growth of the women's game.

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"We are delighted to have enhanced broadcast partnerships in place along with a continuation of the dedicated window from which we saw success last year.

"These two key developments along with continued investment in many other areas including performance, commercial and marketing will enhance the Women's Six Nations for fans and players alike."

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