Scotland will host England on the same day, while France will face Italy at the Stade de France on Sunday 6 February.
Friday night’s games are also making a comeback in Match 4 when Wales host France at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on 11 March.
Super Saturday 2022 will take place against Italy on 19 March, first with a crunch between Wales, then Ireland – Scotland and finally France and England.
Kick-off times will be announced for matches.
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Ben Morel, chief executive of Six Nations, said: “The tournament in 2021 was the toughest in history, winning seven points or less in eight of 15 games.
With the mystery of Super Saturday, and France’s last second win over Wales, the tournament winner was known only after the final match.
He said, “So many people have been hired to make the tournament possible, including players and staff from federations, broadcasters, the media and our partners.
“This work is a record TV audience and the most busy we have ever had in a tournament, it was an incredible achievement for so many people.
“The Six Nations tournament entertained our longtime supporters, and also attracted newcomers.
“We eagerly await the tournament next year, we hope, to bring this incomparable atmosphere of the Six Nations tournament to the stadiums, the return of supporters to the stadiums, the return to normality and the club world of rugby all over.”