Celtic Rugby have released the confirmed dates and kick-off times for Magners League matches up until the New Year.
With 43 out of 50 fixtures in the first ten rounds of Magners League games televised live, there will be unparalleled coverage of the 2009/10 tournament.
BBC Wales Scrum V programme returns to its regular Friday evening slot with their opening match at Cardiff Blues' new home ground, Cardiff City Stadium, where Edinburgh are the visitors.
Welsh language channel S4C is the place to find Magners League Rugby on Saturday evenings with their opening broadcast featuring the European Champions, Leinster, as they take on the Scarlets at Parc y Scarlets.
And Irish broadcaster Setanta Sports will feature action from Ireland and/or Scotland each weekend, spread over Friday/Saturday/Sunday timeslots.
Magners League champions, Munster, have also confirmed the venues for their home matches this season - their campaign will again be split between two grounds with Musgrave Park hosting three matches - Newport Gwent Dragons, Scarlets and Edinburgh - and Thomond Park Stadium staging the remaining fixtures.
With a minimum of four out of five Magners League games broadcast live every weekend, fans will have a great opportunity to follow their favourite team, home or away.
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WRU Chief Executive Roger Lewis, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism Ken Skates and WRU Chairman Gareth Davies earlier this week launched a new competition in conjunction with the WRU unveiling its archive room.
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