2022 Women's Six Nations fixtures announced

2022 Women's Six Nations fixtures announced

Six Nations have today confirmed the fixtures for the 2022 Women’s Six Nations championship.

The Women’s Six Nations will remain in its own dedicated window in the calendar, with the matches taking place in March and April.

2022 will see all 15 matches broadcast on BBC in the UK, RTÉ and Virgin Media in Ireland and Sky Italia for the Italian market. Details for France will be communicated in due course.

Matches will be shown on a mix of terrestrial and Player services with broadcasters across territories significantly increasing their commitment to the women’s game

Scotland will open the Championship against 2021 Champions England at DAM Health Stadium on Saturday 26 March (kick-off 12 noon), before traveling to Cardiff Arms Park the following week to take on Wales (Saturday 2 April, kick-off 4.45pm).

The third round will see Scotland host France at Scotstoun Stadium on Sunday 10 April (kick-off 1pm).

After a break weekend, the squad’s campaign will resume on Saturday 23 April (kick-off 7.20pm BST / 8.20pm local time) as the side face Italy at Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi in Parma.

The Championship will end with a Super Saturday on April 30, with Wales v Italy, Ireland v Scotland and France v England taking place on the same day.

Six Nations CEO Ben Morel commented: “Increased visibility is key for the growth of the Women’s game. We are delighted to have enhanced broadcast partnerships in place along with a continuation of the dedicated window from which we saw such 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.”

Ticket information will be released in the coming weeks, keep an eye on scottishrugby.org for details.

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