What time is the Ireland France match on today?
Ireland v France kicks off at 3pm on Sunday, February 14, at the Aviva Stadium.
Is Ireland vs France on TV?
What TV channel is France v Ireland on? Coverage of the first half from the French capital will begin on BBC Two at 7.30pm, but viewers hoping to catch the second half will have to switch over to BBC One at 9pm.
What channel is showing Ireland v France?
Ireland’s clash with Les Bleus will be broadcast free-to-air on Virgin Media One (coverage starts at 2pm) and on ITV in the UK (2.15pm). You can also follow the action via the Irish Times liveblog from around 2.15pm.
Who won Ireland vs France today?
Ireland’s Guinness Six Nations title aspirations were prematurely ended as France underlined their status as tournament favourites by grinding out a 15-13 win in Dublin.
Is Ireland v England on TV?
Ireland v England, which kicks off at 4.45pm, will be shown live on ITV in the UK. If you’re from the UK but are overseas when the match takes place, you can get your normal live stream but you’ll need a VPN – see the information above.
Who scored the first try Wales v Ireland?
By Michael Cantillon at Principality Stadium. A costly Peter O’Mahony red card – the first ever shown to an Irishman in Six Nations history – saw Wales eventually pull away to a 21-16 victory at a frosty Principality Stadium.
How can I watch Ireland v England?
The match is being shown live on S4C Clic while supporters can also savour the action live on the Six Nations YouTube channel and Facebook Live – fans in Republic of Ireland can see the game live on the RTÉ Player.
Where can I watch Ireland match?
Viewers in the Republic of Ireland can watch the game on RTÉ while viewers in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK can watch the game on Channel 4’s live youtube stream right here.
Is RTE showing Ireland v France?
Follow Ireland v France (2.15pm, Saturday) via our live blog on RTE.ie and the RTÉ News app or watch live on RTÉ2 or RTÉ Player, listen live on RTÉ Radio 1’s Saturday Sport.