Further Details Announced For Autumn Nations Cup TV Coverage In Ireland
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Premier Sports have announced that they will be broadcasting 12 Autumn Nations Cup matches in the Republic of Ireland this throughout November and December.
The 12 live and exclusive fixtures are the games that do not feature Andy Farrell’s Ireland, allowing Irish viewers to watch the entire championship, even when they’re team is not involved.
All of Ireland’s games in the Autumn Nations Cup will be broadcast free-to-air on RTÉ and Channel 4.
Ryle Nugent will head up Premier Sports’ coverage of their 12 fixtures with former Leinster and Ireland fullback Rob Kearney joining too in a punditry role.
Premier Sports’ full list of fixtures is as follows:
14 November | Italy v Scotland
14 November | England v Georgia
15 November | France v Fiji
21 November | Italy v Fiji
21 November | Wales v Georgia
22 November | Scotland v France
28 November | Scotland v Fiji
28 November | Wales v England
28 November | France v Italy
5 December | Georgia v TBC
5 December | Wales v TBC
6 December | England v TBC
Premier Sports 1 and 2 are available in Ireland via the ‘Sports Extra’ pack on Sky and also with a ‘Sports Extra’ Pass on NOW TV. In the UK, Amazon Prime Video have purchased the rights to the entire tournament.
You can view the full Autumn Nations Cup fixture list here