A new agreement has been struck to keep the Varsity Match between Oxford and Cambridge universities at Twickenham Stadium.
The deal with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) means the game will stay at the home of England Rugby until 2021.
The men’s varsity match has been played at the stadium since 1921 and the women’s match since 2015.
The agreement will cover three landmark years for both clubs and the fixture, with the 150th anniversary of both clubs and the 100th anniversary year of the men’s match at Twickenham.
Stephen Brown, RFU chief executive, said: “We’re delighted to welcome back Oxford and Cambridge Universities to Twickenham for the men’s and women’s Varsity matches.
“This is one of rugby’s oldest fixtures and we look forward to hosting this great contest for four more years.”
The Light Blues of Cambridge lead Oxford 63-59 with 14 games drawn in the men’s discipline.
In the women’s, played since 1988 but only at the national stadium since 2015, Oxford currently lead the series, 19-12.
Last year’s matches saw a double victory for Cambridge, with the women claiming a 24-0 triumph before their male counterparts won 20-10 to lift The Rhino Trophy.
The 2018 game is set for December 6.