IT might seem hard to believe, but in just three short weeks the RBS 6 Nations will be kicking off for another year.
And for those of us who aren't lucky enough to have tickets for the big games, we'll probably be digging out our red jerseys, warming up our larynxes for a rousing rendition of Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau, maybe strapping a daffodil hat to our heads, and making a beeline to our favourite watering hole.
But there's just one snag.
With such a large percentage of the population doing exactly the same thing, when you arrive, will you have any chance of getting a seat? Or even worse, will you even be able to get through the door? And when you do get in, what will the view/ service/ prices/ atmosphere be like?
So we want to know - where is the ideal place to watch the RBS 6 Nations in Swansea?
Does it need to have gigantic screens which are visible from all angles? Plenty of staff to keep the drink flowing? Welsh cakes at half time, or curry and chips at the full whistle? Max Boyce sitting in the corner singing Hymns and Arias?
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Let us know where YOUR favourite place is by answering the questions below. The results will be published soon:
What are the RBS 6 Nations fixtures?
Saturday, February 4, 2017
- Scotland v Ireland at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 2.25pm
- England v France at Twickenham Stadium, London 4.50pm
Sunday, February 5, 2017
- Italy v Wales at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 2pm (GMT)
Saturday, February 11, 2017
- Italy v Ireland at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 2.25pm (GMT)
- Wales v England at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 4.50pm
Sunday, February 12, 2017
- France v Scotland at Stade de France, Paris 3pm (GMT)
Saturday, February 25, 2017
- Scotland v Wales at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 2.25pm
- Ireland v France at Aviva Stadium, Dublin 4.50pm
Sunday, February 26, 2017
- England v Italy at Twickenham Stadium, London 3pm
Friday, March 10, 2017
- Wales v Ireland at Principality Stadium, Cardiff 8.05pm
Saturday, March 11, 2017
- Italy v France at Stadio Olimpico, Rome 1.30pm (GMT)
- England v Scotland at Twickenham Stadium, London 4pm
Saturday, March 18, 2017
- Scotland v Italy at BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh 12.30pm
- France v Wales at Stade de France, Paris 2.45pm (GMT)
- Ireland v England at Aviva Stadium, Dublin 5pm