Next month, the 23rd Six Nations Championship gets underway with Wales entering as defending champions.
Wales travel to Ireland in the opening fixture at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on February 5.
They then play a week later, February 12, against Scotland in the first of three home matches – all of which have limited tickets still remaining.
Wales as a country currently has a blanket ban on fans attending sporting fixtures, but calls are intensifying to lift the restrictions in time for the upcoming Six Nationals Championships.
You can have your say on that particular debate here, but in the meantime still remain available on the Wales Rugby Union website. Refunds will be offered in the event fans are still restricted from attending.
How to get tickets to see Wales in the 2022 Six Nations
Tickets to see Wales across all three of their Six Nations home matches against Scotland, France, and Italy can be found at https://www.eticketing.co.uk/principalitystadium/Events
Prices generally start from £100, with ‘non-alcohol zones’ also on offer.
Full Wales Six Nations Fixture List
Round 1 – 5 February – 2.15pm – Ireland vs Wales – Aviva Stadium
Round 2 – 12 February – 2.15pm – Wales vs Scotland – Millennium Stadium
Round 3 – 26 February – 4.15pm – England vs Wales – Twickenham
Round 4 – 11 March – 8.00pm – Wales vs France – Millennium Stadium
Round 5 – 19 March – 2.15pm – Wales vs Italy – Millennium Stadium