How to watch Six Nations abroad?
We can hardly believe that a year has passed since we were watching last year’s Six Nations rugby. With such a large expat community in countries like Spain, Cyprus, Malta, Thailand and many more overseas locations, it is a ritual for many to watch every single game & every pass of the ball.
Many of the countries with expats comprise of all their home nations like Wales, Scotland, and England and then mix that with friends from Ireland, France, and Italy, the Six Nations rugby tournament is where we all come together to enjoy the rivalry of this world favourite sporting events.
LIVE or a Catch-up, the fun is yours
The 2018 Six Nations is now already underway and the first round of matches has already been played. Matthieu Jalibert will make his France debut at the age of 19 after being named in the starting line-up to take on Ireland in their NatWest 6 Nations opener on Saturday, at the Stade de France.
Geoffrey Palis and Jailbert are the two debutants in the team, taking the international bow after getting initial support in his first match in charge of Les Bleus.
They had it coming for a while, but Scotland’s warrior poets are finally starting to turn their unpredictable talent into something substantive. After taking over in 2014, the Scots emerged to push Australia to the brink in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals later that year.
Since Gregor Townsend took over the team, Scotland has done what they could never do before, like beating a heavyweight team like the Australians 24-19 in Sydney.
And so, they have every right to believe in winning over the big two and stake a claim as legitimate Championship contenders. Some might say they appear in far better shape than France and Wales to chase Ireland and England home. What a fantastic year for all rugby lovers – don`t forget to tune in on time!
Can you bear NOT to be watching all the action live?
With many TV viewers in Spain and other counties with expat communities, the reduction of Satellite TV being available meant that many people were left somewhat distraught at not being able to follow the action live.
Thanks to IPTV services from Celtic TV Services, however, you can watch the Six Nations Rugby in Spain just as if you were in the UK, except for the rain of course.
Whether you are English, Welsh, Scottish or Irish you can watch the Six Nations in Spain, Cyprus, and Portugal or just about anywhere in the world via our excellent IPTV services.
It is simple to sign up and subscribe to the service and because we own our servers and do not rely on third parties, the quality and standard of our service are quite literally second to none.
Sign up now and enjoy watch the Six Nations Rugby Abroad from anywhere in the World!