The RBS Six Nations 2017 is back, with title holders England looking to match their Grand Slam performance in 2016.
But Wales, Ireland and Scotland will all be out in force, with every match live on TV on either the BBC or ITV.
This is the second year that the two broadcasters have shared Six Nations rugby TV coverage. Just like last year, ITV will have live coverage of England, Ireland and Italy’s home matches, with BBC showing the home games for Wales, Scotland and France.
Find out the dates, kick-off times and TV coverage details for all the matches in this year’s Six Nations below.
Six Nations 2017 TV coverage guide
Saturday 4 February
Scotland v Ireland kick-off 2.25pm | Live on BBC1 RESULT: Scotland 27 – 22 Ireland
England v France kick-off 4.50pm | Live on ITV RESULT: England 19 – 16 France
Sunday 5 February
Italy v Wales kick-off 2pm | Live on ITV RESULT: Italy 7 – 33 Wales
Saturday 11 February
Italy v Ireland kick-off 2.45pm | Live on ITV RESULT: Italy 10 – 63 Ireland
Wales v England kick-off 4.50pm | Live on BBC1 RESULT: Wales 16 – 21 England
Sunday 12 February
France v Scotland kick-off 3pm | Live on BBC1 RESULT: France 22 – 16 Scotland
Saturday 25 February
Scotland v Wales kick-off 2.25pm | Live on BBC1
Ireland v France kick-off 4.50pm | Live on ITV
Sunday 26 February
England v Italy kick-off 3pm | Live on ITV
Friday 10 March
Wales v Ireland kick-off 8.05pm | Live on BBC1
Saturday 11 March
Italy v France kick-off 1.30pm | Live on ITV
England v Scotland kick-off 4pm | Live on ITV
Saturday 18 March
Scotland v Italy kick-off 12.30pm | Live on BBC1
France v Wales kick-off 2.45pm | Live on ITV
Ireland v England kick-off 5pm | Live on ITV