Your guide to watching today's big France v England finale in the Guinness Women's Six Nations.


Wales have beaten Italy, and Ireland have beaten Scotland. Now attention turns to the biggest game of the weekend, as France and England head to Bordeaux for a winner-takes-all shoot-out for the championship and grand slam. This guide explains how to watch a Women’s Six Nations live stream this afternoon.

Every game is available FOR FREE for viewers in the UK via BBC iPlayer. But don’t worry if you’re outside the UK this afternoon – you can still follow the action by using a VPN to watch your usual Women’s Six Nations live stream from abroad.

France v England kicks off this afternoon at 4:45pm BST.

Scroll down to find everything you need to know to watch a Women’s Six Nations live stream this afternoon, including the team line-ups for all three games. You can also check out all the Women’s Six Nations stats you need to know, and Rugby World’s round five predictions.

Watch Women’s Six Nations 2024: live stream for FREE in the UK

The BBC has the rights to the 2024 Women’s Six Nations in the UK. Every game can be streamed for FREE on BBC iPlayer, and the BBC Sport website and app. Some games will also be available via terrestrial broadcast on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Wales, BBC Scotland or the BBC Red Button.

You can watch today’s final match, France v England, on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

If you’re UK resident away from home for any of the weekend’s matches, you can use a VPN like ExpressVPN to watch games from abroad. Just follow the instructions below, but don’t forget that you’ll need a UK TV Licence to tune in.

The BBC iPlayer app works on almost all your devices – just search on any phone, tablet, smart TV or console you have.

How to watch the Women’s Six Nations from outside your country

If you’re away from home right now and want to watch a Women’s Six Nations live stream from abroad, you can do so by using a VPN – Virtual Private Network.

A VPN is a piece of software which offers both online privacy and the ability to change your IP address. This means that you can access on-demand content or live TV like you would back at home, even when you’re in another country.

The technology experts at TechRadar have tested hundreds of VPNs and rate ExpressVPN for its ease of use, strong security features and capacity to watch on several devices at once – including smart TVs and phones, iPads, tablets, PCs and Macs.

Also, ExpressVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can try it out for a month for free or sign up for an annual plan and get three months free.

Women’s Six Nations 2024: live stream for FREE in Ireland

In Ireland, coverage of selected matches in the Guinness Women’s Six Nations 2024 is shared between Virgin Media (and its Virgin Media Player) and RTÉ (and its RTÉ Player).

You can watch France v England on Virgin Media Two. The game will also be available on Virgin Media Player.

Live stream Women’s Six Nations for FREE in France

In France, all championship games are shown FOR FREE on the France TV streaming service, with some matches also available on terrestrial TV channel France 2 – including France v England.

How to watch Women’s Six Nations matches in the United States

If you live in the US, you can watch Women’s Six Nations live streams on FloRugby. Every match of the tournament is available on the subscription service.

Women’s Six Nations live stream: How to watch from Australia

Tuning in from Australia? Stan Sport has the rights to show Women’s Six Nations matches, and the streaming platform will host all 15 matches live and on demand.

It costs $15 a month to add Stan Sport to your general Stan plan.

Watch the Women’s Six Nations 2024 from New Zealand

In New Zealand, subscription service Sky Sport NZ has the rights to show Women’s Six Nations games.

Women’s Six Nations France v England line-ups

Here are the line-ups for today’s final match:

Emilie Boulard, Joanna Grisez, Nassira Konde, Gabrielle Vernier, Marine Menager, Lina Queyroi, Pauline Bourdon Sansus; Annaëlle Deshayes, Agathe Sochat, Assia Khalfaoui, Manae Feleu (captain), Madoussou Fall, Charlotte Escudero, Gaelle Hermet, Romane Menager

Elisa Riffonneau, Ambre Mwayembe, Clara Joyeux, Teani Feleu, Emeline Gros, Alexandra Chambon, Anne-Cecile Ciofani, Chloe Jacquet

Ellie Kildunne, Abby Dow, Megan Jones, Tatyana Heard, Jess Breach, Holly Aitchison, Natasha Hunt; Hannah Botterman, Amy Cokayne, Maud Muir, Zoe Aldcroft, Morwenna Talling, Sadia Kabeya, Marlie Packer (captain), Alex Matthews

Connie Powell, Mackenzie Carson, Kelsey Clifford, Abbie Ward, Maddie Feaunati, Lucy Packer, Emily Scarratt, Sydney Gregson

You can find out about more about the teams in our comprehensive guides to the England and France squads.

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