Rugby fans may like to travel on ferries from Dover to Calais
for the forthcoming Six Nations fixtures, as France are due to host both Ireland and England over the next few weeks.
The clash between the French and the Irish takes place at the Stade de France on Saturday evening (February 11th), while England will visit the famous stadium just outside Paris on Sunday March 11th.
France have already beaten Italy at home, with their comfortable 30-12 victory kicking off the Six Nations last weekend.
England fans will be hoping the new-look side managed by interim coach Stuart Lancaster can be successful when they cross the channel next month, having also got off to a winning start.
A try from Saracens star Charlie Hodgson sealed a narrow 13-6 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield in Edinburgh last Saturday, with Owen Farrell contributing eight points with the boot on his international debut.
Posted by Andrew Smith