The first games of the 2020 Women’s Six Nations Championship begin on February 2! It all starts with Ireland hosting Scotland, Italy travels to Wales and France meets England in a monumental clash in Pau.
It is set to be a spring of new beginnings with Philip Doyle taking over as Scotland head coach and Rachel Malcolm donning the captain’s armband, and Elisa Giordano is deputizing for the injured Manuela Furlan as Italy captain.
England will be looking to defend the Grand Slam they won so impressively last year but each of the other five nations will be eager to cut down the Red Roses.
The 2020 Championship will also see the introduction of a Women’s Six Nations Player of the Championship, supported by Guinness, who are proud to re-affirm their support of women’s rugby and the Women’s Six Nations.
Once again for US viewers it’s a guessing game if we’ll be able to watch the women’s matches. We suggest checking out the ‘Where to Watch’ section here: https://www.sixnationsrugby.com/tv/.
Schedule & Results
|2/2/20||7:00 PM||Ireland||18||Scotland||14||Round 1|
|2/2/20||7:00 PM||Wales||15||Italy||19||Round 1|
|2/2/20||6:30 PM||France||13||England||19||Round 1|
|2/8/20||2:00 PM||France||45||Italy||10||Round 2|
|2/9/20||7:00 PM||Ireland||31||Wales||12||Round 2|
|2/10/20||2:00 PM||Scotland||0||England||53||Round 2|
|2/23/20||6:00 AM||Wales||France||Round 3|
|2/23/20||6:45 AM||England||Ireland||Round 3|
|2/23/20||10:00 AM||Italy||Scotland||Round 3|
|3/7/20||6:05 AM||England||Wales||Round 4|
|3/7/20||1:45 PM||Scotland||France||Round 4|
|3/8/20||8:00 AM||Ireland||Italy||Round 4|
|3/15/20||8:10 AM||Wales||Scotland||Round 5|
|3/15/20||8:30 AM||Italy||England||Round 5|
|3/15/20||9:35 AM||France||Ireland||Round 5|
Standings Table (updated weekly)