Kick Off: 8:05pm
Referee: Wayne Barnes (RFU)
TV Coverage: Live on BBC One
Wales and France will get the middle weekend of the 2016 Six Nations Championship underway with a Friday night fixture at the newly-renamed Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Wales have beaten France in each of their previous four encounters. The last time France beat Wales was in the semi-final of Rugby World Cup 2011.
Wales and France have contested a total of 93 rugby test matches against each other since their first meeting in 1908. Wales have won 47 of those matches, whilst France have won 43 matches. There have been 3 drawn matches between the two nations.
Wales v France - Six Nations Tickets
Tickets for the Wales v France Six Nations match went on general sale on Tuesday 6th October via the WRU's eTicketing website (powered by Ticketmaster). On 1st February, the WRU announced that the Wales v France match had sold out.
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|Official WRU Resale Marketplace||From £75.00||Buy Tickets|
|Fan-to-Fan Ticket Exchange||From £79.54||Buy Tickets|
|Fan-to-Fan Ticket Exchange||From £90.00||Buy Tickets|
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Venue Information - Principality Stadium, Cardiff
Principality Stadium, Westgate Street, Cardiff, CF10 1NS
Stadium Enquiries: 0870 013 8600 | WRU Ticket Hotline: 0844 847 1881
Stadium Capacity: 74,500