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STAN SPORT secures the rights to GUINNESS SIX NATIONS RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP

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The Home of Rugby, Stan Sport, has secured the rights to more world-class international Rugby, representing a continued expansion to Stan Sport’s Rugby offering that will deliver fans the biggest and best matches all year long.

Following a ground-breaking launch of Rugby in 2021, Stan Sport has kicked-off 2022 with news that it has secured even more Test rugby with exclusive multi-year rights to the world’s oldest international tournament, the Guinness Six Nations Rugby Championship – bringing every match ad-free, live and on-demand only on Stan Sport.

The opening round of the Guinness Six Nations Rugby Championship will launch on Sunday 6 February 2022, kicking off fifteen matches played over five rounds contested between Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England, France, and Italy throughout February and March 2022. Stan Sport will also be the exclusive home of the Women’s Six Nations Rugby Championship and the Men’s Under 20s tournament.

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.

Stan Director of Sport Ben Kimber said:

“This is a huge addition to Stan Sport, enhancing our rugby line-up with the crown jewel of the northern hemisphere game. 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.”

Stan Sport is the home of Rugby with exclusive rights to the Guinness Six Nations.

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