The wait is almost over as the 2021 Six Nations Under-20s gets underway with a mouth-watering triple-header on Saturday, and if you’re wondering where to watch the action, we have you covered.
Cardiff Arms Park plays host to every fixture of this year’s Championship, with 2pm, 5pm and 8pm kick-offs set to get the action underway with a bang.
Ireland jet across to defend their title from 2019 but the other five nations will be snapping at their heels when play commences, as Europe’s finest young rugby talent look to show what they can do on the international stage.
Richie Murphy’s Irishmen will be looking to get off to the perfect start against Scotland in the Championship curtain raiser, before England take on France and hosts Wales play Italy.
Every match will be broadcast in Six Nations territories either on terrestrial TV, broadcaster streaming platforms or via Six Nations digital channels.
As anticipation builds ahead of kick-off, here’s how you can keep up with all the action from home if you’re in the UK or Ireland.
Saturday June 19 – Cardiff Arms Park
If you’re based in the UK, you can watch Scotland’s clash with Ireland on the Six Nations YouTube and Facebook channels.
RTÉ will show all of Ireland’s matches to fans in the Republic of Ireland, and this one can be found on RTÉ One.
England then kick off their campaign against France, with YouTube and Facebook once again the place to go for UK-based supporters to watch.
Fans in Ireland will also be able to catch the action on YouTube and Facebook Live, as with all games not involving Murphy’s men.
As well as being screened live on BBC iPlayer, Wales’ first match of the Championship will be broadcast on BBC Two Wales.
Once again, fans in Ireland will be able to tune in on YouTube and Facebook Live.