France and Italy will kick off the 2016 Six Nations in Paris with Le Crunch set to bring the curtain down on next year’s edition.
With only two days until Wales kick off this year’s Championship against England, the Six Nations have released their fixtures for the 2016 and 2017 editions of the tournament.
Next year’s fixtures are full of mouth-watering clashes from the first week to the last starting with France hosting Italy in the first game.
Round three also sees Ireland travel to Twickenham on the Saturday while the last round of games that will decide the 2016 winners will see Wales host Italy, Ireland host Scotland and France host England.
In 2017 the opening weekend will see one of England or France out for revenge in the Stade de France while the Red Rose will head to Cardiff in round two. The last round of games sees Scotland host Italy, France host Wales and Ireland host England.
Fixtures in 2016 (all kick-offs local time):
06/02/2016 15:25 France v Italy Stade de France
06/02/2016 16:50 Scotland v England Murrayfield
07/02/2016 15:00 Ireland v Wales Aviva Stadium
13/02/2016 15:25 France v Ireland Stade de France
13/02/2016 16:50 Wales v Scotland Millennium Stadium
14/02/2016 15:00 Italy v England Stadio Olimpico
26/02/2016 20:05 Wales v France Millennium Stadium
27/02/2016 15:25 Italy v Scotland Stadio Olimpico
27/02/2016 16:50 England v Ireland Twickenham
12/03/2016 13:30 Ireland v Italy Aviva Stadium
12/03/2016 16:00 England v Wales Twickenham
13/03/2016 15:00 Scotland v France Murrayfield
19/03/2016 14:30 Wales v Italy Millennium Stadium
19/03/2016 17:00 Ireland v Scotland Aviva Stadium
19/03/2016 21:00 France v England Stade de France
Fixtures in 2017:
04/02/2017 14:25 Scotland v Ireland Murrayfield
04/02/2017 16:50 England v France Twickenham Stadium
05/02/2017 15:00 Italy v Wales Stadio Olimpico
11/02/2017 15:25 Italy v Ireland Stadio Olimpico
11/02/2017 16:50 Wales v England MiIllennium Stadium
12/02/2017 16:00 France v Scotland Stade de France
25/02/2017 14:25 Scotland v Wales Murrayfield
25/02/2017 16:50 Ireland v France Aviva Stadium
26/02/2017 15:00 England v Italy Twickenham Stadium
10/03/2017 20:05 Wales v Ireland MiIllennium Stadium
11/03/2017 14:30 Italy v France Stadio Olimpico
11/03/2017 16:00 England v Scotland Twickenham Stadium
18/03/2017 12:30 Scotland v Italy Murrayfield
18/03/2017 15:45 France v Wales Stade de France
18/03/2017 17:00 Ireland v England Aviva Stadium