2019 Six Nations Grand Slam winners, Wales, will play in an exciting lineup of matches in 2020 starting with a bid to retain the 6 Nations trophy that they won in 2019, then touring New Zealand for the 2020 summer internationals, before capping the year off with the Autumn Internationals in November 2020. All these games will be on live TV and we have provided below a detailed list of all the matches and how you can watch them Live. Incoming coach Wayne Pivac (who replaces Warren Gatland) will be looking to hit the ground running as soon as possible with his first test coming in the 6 Nations tournament

Six Nations Championship 2020

Wales will start their Six Nations title defense against Italy at the Principality in Cardiff on Saturday 1st February, 2020. The 2020 edition will see Welsh Rugby union play three games at home (Italy, France, and Scotland) and two tricky fixtures against Ireland and England away from home.

Wales – Italy                Principality Stadium, Cardiff               1st Feb, 2020 (Kick-off 14:15 GMT)

Live on BBC, FR2, Virgin Media, DMAX, NBC and S4C

Ireland – Wales            Aviva Stadium, Dublin                                    8th Feb, 2020 (Kick-off 14:15 GMT)

            Live on ITV, FR2, Virgin Media, DMAX, NBC and S4C

Wales – France           Principality Stadium, Cardiff               22 Feb, 2020 (Kick-off 16:45 GMT)

            Live on BBC, FR2, Virgin Media, DMAX, NBC and S4C

England – Wales          Twickenham Stadium, London           7th Mar, 2020 (Kick-off 16:45GMT)  

            Live on ITV, FR2, Virgin Media, DMAX, NBC and S4C

Wales – Scotland         Principality Stadium, Cardiff               14th Mar, 2020 (Kick-off 14:15 GMT)

            Live on BBC, FR2, Virgin Media, DMAX, NBC and S4C

(The officiating match referees for all games will be updated as soon as they are appointed)

Mid-year Internationals 2020

Wales will tour New Zealand for the 2020 Summer Internationals in the July 2020 international window with head coach Wayne Pivac making a maiden visit to his native homeland as the Welsh Rugby Union manager. Wales will face the All Blacks (who will also be having a new head coach with Steven Hansen stepping down after the 2019 Rugby World Cup) in July 2020 in a double-header matchup as they look to win a test match in New Zealand for the very first time ever.

New Zealand – Wales             Eden Park, Auckland              4th Jul, 2020   (Kick-off 07:35 GMT)

            Live on Fox Sports in New Zealand and Channel 4, BBC One, S4C in Wales

New Zealand – Wales             Sky Stadium, Wellington        11th Jul, 2020 (Kick-off 07:35 GMT)

            Live on Fox Sports in New Zealand and Channel 4, BBC One, S4C in Wales

(The officiating match referees for all games will be updated as soon as they are appointed)

Autumn Internationals 2020

Welsh Rugby Union is yet to confirm their November Internationals Fixtures. The matches are still being scheduled and we will keep you up to date as soon as they are released on this very page. Wales will be keen to improve their world rankings when they participate in these international fixtures.