College basketball powers Kentucky and Gonzaga have agreed to a 6-year series, the programs announced Thursday.

The 6 games will be played from 2022 to 2027. Two games will be played in Spokane with 2 in Rupp Arena and the other 2 games at neutral sites:

2022 – Spokane Arena
2023 – Rupp Arena
2024 – Seattle
2025 – Nashville
2026 – Rupp Arena
2027 – McCarthey Athletic Center

“I am so excited that we have finalized this series,” Kentucky head coach John Calipari said in a program release. “(Gonzaga coach) Mark (Few) is a great friend and what he has done at Gonzaga to build them into one of the premier programs in our sport is incredible. The mindset I have when I put together our schedule here at Kentucky is that we want to always challenge ourselves by competing with the best teams we can find and generate some marquee home games for the best fans in the country. We have done that with Gonzaga and I look forward to competing with them the next six seasons.”

The 2022 matchup is set for Nov. 20. It will be the second meeting between the Cats and Zags. UK defeated Gonzaga 80-72 in the 2002 Maui Invitational.