The weekend is fast approaching and so it a tantalising Six Nations tie between Ireland and England.
The Guinness 6 Nations Championship 201 kicks off on Saturday, February 2nd, with all tournament matches set for coverage on Freeview TV across two channels.
Here is everything you need to know about the Ireland v England kick off time and channel.
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Ireland v England Kick Off Time
The Six Nations tie between Ireland and England will kick off at 4:45 pm at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland.
Coverage of the match will start at 4 pm.
Ireland v England: What Channel?
The game will be broadcasted live on ITV 1.
Six Nations matches will be split between BBC and ITV for the 2019 tournament and over the next two years.
ITV’s coverage will be lead by presenters Mark Pougatch and Jill Douglas, who will be joined by Jonny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio.
There are also scheduled appearances from Sir Clive Woodward, Brian O’Driscoll, Gareth Thomas and many other former professional rugby players.
Six Nations 2019 TV Channels
Split between ITV and BBC, the Six Nations fixture list looks like the following:
- Ireland v England (Saturday, February 2nd)
- Italy v Wales (Saturday, February 9th)
- England v France (Sunday, February 10th)
- Italy v Ireland (Sunday, February 24th)
- England v Italy (Sunday, March 9th)
- Ireland v France (Sunday, March 10th)
- Italy v France (Saturday, March 16th)
- England v Scotland (Saturday, March 16th)
- France vs Wales (Friday, February 1st)
- Scotland vs Italy (Saturday, February 2nd)
- Scotland vs Ireland (Saturday, February 9th)
- France vs Scotland (Saturday, February 23rd)
- Wales vs England (Saturday, February 23rd)
- Scotland vs Wales (Saturday, March 9th)
- Wales vs Ireland (Saturday, March 16th)
WATCH THE SIX NATIONS ON BBC AND ITV.