Six Nations – every game shown live at the Geese and Fountain

Rugby and real ale go together like… well, like Jonny Wilkinson and last-minute drop-goals. There’s simply no better place to enjoy watching the Six Nations than in a pub, in an armchair, by a log fire, with a pint of beer in your hand. Unless maybe you’ve got tickets for the Principality Stadium this Saturday…

The Geese and Fountain will be showing all fifteen games in this year’s Six Nations, live, as they are all being broadcast either by the BBC or ITV. We’ll have the games showing on our TV in the library, where you can settle yourself into an armchair or a sofa, and we can bring you pints of your favourite ale all afternoon. Sounds about perfect, doesn’t it?

The fixtures

Wales v Scotland Principality Stadium (Cardiff) Saturday, February 3 2.15pm BBC

France v Ireland Stade de France (Paris) Saturday, February 3 4.45pm BBC

Italy v England Stadio Olimpico (Rome) Sunday, February 4 3pm ITV

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Ireland v Italy Aviva Stadium (Dublin) Saturday, February 10 2.15pm ITV

England v Wales Twickenham (London) Saturday, February 10 4.45pm ITV

Scotland v France Murrayfield (Edinburgh) Sunday, February 11 3pm BBC

 

France v Italy Orange Velodrome (Marseille) Friday, February 23 8pm BBC

Ireland v Wales Aviva Stadium (Dublin) Saturday, February 24 2.15pm ITV

Scotland v England Murrayfield (Edinburgh) Saturday, February 24 4.45pm BBC

Ireland v Scotland Aviva Stadium (Dublin) Saturday, March 10 2.15pm ITV

France v England Stade de France (Paris) Saturday, March 10 4.45pm BBC

Wales v Italy Principality Stadium (Cardiff) Sunday, March 11 3pm BBC

Italy v Scotland Stadio Olimpico (Rome) Saturday, March 17 12.30pm ITV

England v Ireland Twickenham (London) Saturday, March 17 2.45pm ITV

Wales v France Principality Stadium (Cardiff) Saturday, March 17 5pm BBC

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