The times were agreed after a spell of consultation and allow for widespread coverage of rugby’s greatest championship, with no overlaps, which will allow supporters to watch every single match if they so wish.
Starting times for the 2022 competition are as follows:
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Sunday, February 6 – France v Italy 3pm.
Saturday, February 12 – Wales v Scotland 2.15pm, France v Ireland 4.45pm.
Sunday, February 13 – Italy v England 3pm.
Saturday, February 26 – Scotland v France 2.15pm, England v Wales 4.45pm.
Sunday, February 27 – Ireland v Italy 3pm.
Friday, March 11 – Wales v France 8pm.
Saturday, March 12 – Italy v Scotland 2.15pm, England v Ireland 4.45pm.
Saturday, March 19 – Wales v Italy 2.15pm, Ireland v Scotland 4.45pm, France v England 8pm.