Source: INPHO

Red Roses 2023 Six Nations home venues confirmed

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The venues for England Women’s 2023 TikTok Women’s Six Nations home fixtures have been confirmed culminating in a final round match against France at Twickenham Stadium.

Next year’s Championship will again be played in its own six-week window from 25 March to 29 April.

Simon Middleton’s side take on Scotland at Kingston Park, the home of Newcastle Falcons (Saturday 25 March, kick-off 4.45pm) before hosting Italy at Franklin’s Gardens, Northampton (Sunday 2 April, kick-off 3pm).

In rounds three and four, the team travel to Wales (Saturday 15 April, kick-off 2.15pm) and Ireland (Saturday 22 April, kick-off 2.15pm) before hosting France at Twickenham (Saturday 29 April, kick-off 1pm) which will be the first standalone England Women’s fixture at the TW2 venue.

Tickets for all three 2023 England home fixtures are on sale here with all five matches broadcast on BBC Two. An early bird rate starting at £15 for adults and £5 for children is available for a limited time only for the England v France fixture at Twickenham.

Head coach Middleton said: “These are three fantastic rugby venues.

“To have a standalone Red Roses fixture at Twickenham Stadium is exciting and a real marker of where the game is at. We know there are some big targets to sell-out the stadium at the 2025 World Cup and it’s great we have the opportunity to draw a big crowd two years out. Games against France are always great occasions and contests and I expect this one to be no different.

“It’ll be fantastic to take a game to the North East. The people of Newcastle and the wider region love their sport, are madly passionate and always get behind events in their area and hopefully this will be the same.

“Franklin’s Gardens did a brilliant job hosting our 2021 autumn international against New Zealand and we are incredibly excited to return to a real hotbed of rugby.”

With thanks to the RFU