France vs England live stream: how to watch Six Nations 2020 rugby online from anywhere
Rugby World Cup runners-up England begin their 2020 Six Nations with a tough trip away at the Stade de France. It's all set to be a cracking opening weekend match and you can watch all the action as it happens with our France vs England live stream guide.
Eddie Jones will be keen to put the disappointment of their World Cup Final defeat behind them as they face a French side undergoing something of a revolution, with new coach Fabien Galthie naming 20 uncapped players in his initial squad.
Jones looks set to keep faith with the majority of his World Cup squad for this campaign, but eight uncapped have nevertheless been drafted into his 34-man squad.
A big loss for the visitors will be the absence of number eight Billy Vunipola who has been ruled out of the entire tournament after suffering a broken arm.
With France hosting the World Cup in 2023, the next few seasons will see them bed in a number of young players in a bid to ensure they have the best chance of winning that tournament on home turf. As part of that strategy, Charles Ollivon has been handed the captain's armband despite only having clocked up 11 caps.
It looks set to be a cracking showdown in Paris and you can watch this Six Nation in its entirety – in some cases for free – by following our France vs England live stream guide below.
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How to live stream France vs England in the UK for free
How to watch a Six Nations live stream when you're not in your country
If you're away from home and outside of your home country, then you're going to run into problems when trying to stream coverage of the Six Nations from your native broadcaster as its likely to be location restricted.
Thankfully, you'll still be able to watch all the action – all you need to do is make use of a VPN.
Simply download and install the software or an app from one of the many VPN services out there. These will spoof your computer into thinking that you're in your home nation, allowing you to enjoy your regular broadcaster's coverage (so long as you comply with the broadcaster's Ts&Cs). So no need to scourer the internet for a link to a dodgy stream from a suspect website.