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Sport: Stan Sport secures exclusive rights to Six Nations

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Stan Sport has secured more Test match rugby after gaining exclusive, multi-year rights to the Six Nations Championship, broadcasting every match ad-free, live and on-demand.

With 15 matches over five rounds, the tournament kicks off on February 6, featuring defending champions Wales, as well as England, France, Ireland, Italy and Scotland.

Stan Sport will also be the exclusive home of the Women's Six Nations Rugby Championship and the Men's Under 20s tournament.

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"This is a huge addition to Stan Sport, enhancing our rugby line-up with the crown jewel of the northern hemisphere game," said Stan Director of Sport, Ben Kimber.

Louis Rees-Zammit of Wales breaks through the contact of (L-R) Julien Marchand and Gael Fickou of France during the Guinness Six Nations match between France and Wales at Stade de France on March 20, 2021 in Paris, France. © Getty Louis Rees-Zammit of Wales breaks through the contact of (L-R) Julien Marchand and Gael Fickou of France during the Guinness Six Nations match between France and Wales at Stade de France on March 20, 2021 in Paris, France.

"The Six Nations Championships deliver an epic competition each and every year, and as a bonus this season we'll get a great look at Eddie Jones' England team in action before they arrive to face the Wallabies on Stan Sport in July."

Watch the 2022 Six Nations Championship season on Stan Sport, ad-free, live and on demand. Start your seven day free trial here!

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The Six Nations Championships will kick off a massive year of international rugby on Stan Sport in 2022 with series between Australia v England, New Zealand v Ireland, South Africa v Wales and Argentina v Scotland taking place mid-year, followed by the highly anticipated Bledisloe Cup, The Rugby Championship and the end of season Autumn Nations Series including the Wallabies, All Blacks and Springboks Spring Tours - with every match streaming live, ad-free and on demand on Stan Sport.

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