The 2020 Women's Six Nations is just around the corner and Ireland will be hoping for a big improvement on last year's fifth place finish.
Head coach Adam Griggs will hope that having three home fixtures will work in our favour as he looks to secure Ireland's first Women's Six Nations title since 2015.
When are Ireland playing in the Women's Six Nations?
Ireland's Women's Six Nations campaign kicks off on Sunday, February 2. The full list of Ireland's games can be read below with the home team listed first:
IRELAND v Scotland - Sunday, February 2 at 1pm
IRELAND v Wales - Sunday, February 9 at 1pm
England v IRELAND - Sunday, February 23 at 12.45pm
IRELAND v Italy - Sunday, March 8 at 1pm
France v IRELAND - Sunday, March 15 at 3.35pm
Head Coach Adam Griggs has named a squad of 26 to travel to Cardiff for a training weekend which will conclude with an uncapped game against Wales on Sunday afternoon ahead of the @Womens6Nations#ShoulderToShoulder https://t.co/rytGIZUcQ8 pic.twitter.com/6gTldSGq0E
— Irish Rugby (@IrishRugby) January 16, 2020
Where are Ireland's home matches being played?
Ireland's three home games in the Women's Six Nations will be held at Energia Park in Donnybrook, Dublin.
How much are tickets?
Tickets for the Women's Six Nations matches are a bargain at €10 or €15 for adults and a fiver for children. Alternatively, you can purchase a 'three-match pack' for just €30. More information can be found here.
How do I get to Energia Park?
Fans can get to the stadium by taking Dublin Bus routes 145, 39A or 46A. You can also get the Luas or DART but Energia Park is a 20-25 minute walk from both Ranelagh and Beechwood Luas stops as well as Sydney Parade DART station.
What TV station will the matches be on?
RTÉ has exclusive rights to all five of Ireland's games.