Six Nations 2018: Dates, Kick-Off Times & TV Details
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Not long to go now.
The 2018 Six Nations kicks off in just over two weeks time with Wales and Scotland kicking things off with a huge clash at the Principality Stadium on February 3.
The 2018 competition is shaping up to be on of the best in recent memory, following on from a successful British & Lions tour and a hugely exciting Autumn International Series.
All games set to be shown live on either the BBC or ITV in Britain, while TV3 are set to take over from RTÉ in Ireland after securing the broadcast rights on a multi-year deal.
All matches will be played on either Saturday or Sunday, bar one. In Round Three, France host Italy in Marseille on Friday night.
Wales v Scotland, Principality Stadium (Cardiff), Saturday, February 3 – 2.15pm, BBC/TV3
France v Ireland, Stade de France (Paris), Saturday, February 3 – 4.45pm, BBC/TV3
Italy v England, Stadio Olimpico (Rome), Sunday, February 4 – 3pm, ITV/TV3
Ireland v Italy, Aviva Stadium (Dublin), Saturday, February 10 – 2.15pm, ITV/TV3
England v Wales, Twickenham (London), Saturday, February 10 – 4.45pm ITV/TV3
Scotland v France, Murrayfield, Sunday, February 11 – 3pm, BBC/TV3
France v Italy, Orange Velodrome (Marseille), Friday, February 23 – 8pm, ITV/TV3
Ireland v Wales, Aviva Stadium (Dublin), Saturday, February 24 – 2.15pm, BBC/TV3
Scotland v England, Murrayfield (Edinburgh), Saturday, February 24 – 4.45pm – BBC/TV3
Ireland v Scotland, Aviva Stadium (Dublin), Saturday, March 10 – 2.15pm, ITV/TV3
France v England, Stade de France (Paris), Saturday, March 10 – 4.45pm, BBC/TV3
Wales v Italy, Principality Stadium (Cardiff), Sunday, March 11 – 3pm, BBC/TV3
Italy v Scotland, Stadio Olimpico (Rome), Saturday, March 17 – 12.30pm, ITV/TV3
England v Ireland, Twickenham (London), Saturday, March 17 – 2.45pm, ITV/TV3
Wales v France, Principality Stadium (Cardiff), Saturday, March 17 – 5pm, BBC/TV3