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2022 Rugby Championship Fixtures

2022 Rugby Championship Fixtures

The 2022 Rugby Championship will be contested between New Zealand’s All Blacks, Australia’s Wallabies, South Africa’s Springboks and Argentina’s Pumas.

The first Test match in the 2022 Rugby Championship is on Saturday, 6 August and runs through to Saturday, 24 September.

World Champions South Africa and Argentina kick off the tournament with home double-headers against New Zealand and Australia, respectively.


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The Springboks and Los Pumas then travel to Australasia to take on the Wallabies and All Blacks in back-to-back double-headers.

The final two rounds will see the Aussies and Kiwis alternate home and away Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship clashes.

There will be no third Test between the teams after the trans-Tasman series was reduced to two matches for the next four years.

A rare Thursday night game will be played in Melbourne, with the return fixture taking place in Auckland at Eden Park. The reason for a mid-week game was to avoid a clash with the AFL and NRL over venue availability for their finals series.

The Boks and Pumas will also alternate home and away fixtures for the last two rounds.

2022 Rugby Championship fixtures

Saturday, 6 August
South Africa v New Zealand – Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
Argentina v Australia – Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza

Saturday, 13 August
South Africa v New Zealand – Ellis Park, Johannesburg
Argentina v Australia – Estadio San Juan del Bicentenario, San Juan

Saturday, 27 August
Australia v South Africa – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
New Zealand v Argentina – Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch

Saturday, 3 September
New Zealand v Argentina – FMG Stadium, Hamilton
Australia v South Africa – Allianz Stadium, Sydney

Thursday, 15 September
Australia v New Zealand – Marvel Stadium, Melbourne

Saturday, 17 September
Argentina v  South Africa – José Amalfitani Stadium, Buenos Aires

Saturday, 24 September
New Zealand v Australia – Eden Park, Auckland
South Africa v Argentina – Kings Park, Durban

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