Six Nations: 2025 fixture schedule announced

Scotland will kick-off their campaign with back-to-back home games against Italy and Ireland,

Scotland will play France in Paris in the final round of the 2025 Six Nations. Image: © Craig Watson -
Scotland will play France in Paris in the final round of the 2025 Six Nations. Image: © Craig Watson -

SCOTLAND will kick-off the 2025 Six Nations with back-to-back home games, against Italy in round one on Saturday 1st February (2.15pm kick-off), then Ireland in round two on Sunday 9th February (3pm kick-off).

They will then head to Twickenham to take on England on 22nd February (4.45pm kick-off), before hosting Wales on Saturday 8th March (4.45pm kick-off), then end the campaign with a trip to Paris to take on France on Saturday 15th March (8pm kick-off).

As per this year, the 2025 Championship will see BBC and ITV sharing coverage in the UK, with S4C offering Welsh language options. France Television will be the home of the Championship for French fans, RTE and Virgin Media will once again cover the games in Ireland. In Italy, Sky Italia will continue their coverage of the Championship in 2025. The host broadcast coverage will also be complemented by widespread international broadcast coverage and a World Feed service.


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