France have confirmed they will host their 2023 TikTok Women’s Six Nations fixtures in Vannes and Grenoble next spring.
Les Bleues play two of their five 2023 games at home, with Scotland visiting on April 16 and Wales seven days later.
France begin their Championship campaign with back-to-back away games in Italy and Ireland before the rest week, meaning Scotland’s Round 3 visit will mark their first home game of the Championship.
It will take place at the Stade de la Rabine in Vannes on Sunday April 16 in a 4.15pm kick-off local time and the hosts will hope for a similar result and performance to their last Six Nations trip to Vannes in 2021, when Caroline Boujard’s 15-minute hat-trick inspired them to a 53-0 home win against Wales.
Wales will hope a change of stadium could bring a change of fortune for their visit, with the Stade des Alpes in Grenoble hosting in Round 4. Italy were beaten there in 2022, with France running in five tries in a 39-6 victory.
In a mouth-watering finale, France are the visitors for England’s first standalone women’s game at Twickenham in Round 5.
The FFR has also announced the two venues for their Under-20 Six Nations home games, with Scotland set to play in Agen on March 1 and Wales visiting Oyonnax on March 19.