Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa will compete in the 11th iteration of the annual southern hemisphere tournament known as the Rugby Championship in 2023.
In 2023, the All Blacks will travel to Mendoza to play Argentina in the Rugby Championship before beginning their Test season there.
As Ian Foster’s team plays four matches before the Rugby World Cup in France later this year, New Zealand announced their schedule on Tuesday.
The location of the All Blacks’ crucial Rugby Championship Test against the Springboks on Saturday, July 15, has been announced by New Zealand Rugby.
The first of two Test matches between the two teams this year is scheduled for mid-July.
Rugby Championship Fixtures 2023.
|8 July 2023||Argentina vs New Zealand||Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza||TBC|
|8 July 2023||South Africa v Australia||Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria||5:35pm|
|15 July 2023||New Zealand v South Africa||Eden Park, Auckland||TBC|
|15 July 2023||Australia v Argentina||CommBank Stadium, Sydney||TBC|
|29 July 2023||Australia v New Zealand||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||TBC|
|29 July 2023||South Africa v Argentina||TBA||TBC|
Rugby fans in New Zealand can exhale with relief because of the 2023 Rugby Championship matches. How to watch live is as follows.
Rugby-starved New Zealanders no longer have to wait, as NZ vs Aus Rugby will begin in November 2023.
Here is all you need to follow the rugby match between the Wallabies and the All Blacks in 2023 on television.
In Australia, there is just one free-to-air channel available to view the Bledisloe Cup All Blacks Rugby Game: Channel 10.
You can always watch live New Zealand Rugby matches on 10 Play, Network Ten’s online platform, which is accessible on PC and can be downloaded on both mobile operating systems, iOS and Android, if you find yourself away from your television during either of the games.
Live Rugby Championship coverage in New Zealand comes courtesy of Sky Sport, which is available as part of a range of pay TV packages.
2023 Rugby World Cup warm-up matches.
In 2023, some rugby union national teams will play matches in preparation for the 2023 Rugby World Cup, which act as a stand-in for the usual mid-year international tests.
|29 July 2023||Scotland vs Italy||Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh||TBC|
|5 August 2023||Wales v England||Millennium Stadium, Cardiff||5:35pm|
|5 August 2023||Scotland v France||Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh||TBC|
|5 August 2023||Ireland v Italy||Aviva Stadium, Dublin||TBC|
|5 August 2023||Japan v Tonga||Sapporo Dome, Sapporo||TBC|
|12 August 2023||England v Wales||Twickenham Stadium, London||TBC|
|12 August 2023||France v Scotland||Stade Geoffroy-Guichard||TBC|
|19 August 2023||Wales v South Africa||Millennium Stadium, Cardiff||TBC|
|19 August 2023||Italy v Romania||TBA||TBC|
|19 August 2023||Ireland v England||Aviva Stadium, Dublin||TBC|
|19 August 2023||France v Fiji||Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes||TBC|
|26 August 2023||England v Fiji||Twickenham Stadium, London||TBC|
|26 August 2023||Italy v Japan||TBA||TBC|
|26 August 2023||Scotland v Georgia||Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh||TBC|
|26 August 2023||Spain v Argentina||Metropolitano Stadium, Madrid||TBC|
|26 August 2023||France v Australia||TBA||TBC|
With Eden Park unavailable due to the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the All Blacks will face rivals the Springboks in MT Smart Stadium in Auckland.
Following the massive Springboks Test, the All Blacks will be looking to continue their dominance in the Bledisloe Cup with a Test Melbourne before the return fixture in Dunedin – their last home clash before the World Cup.
The final Test before the global showpiece will see New Zealand and the Springboks uniquely face off at Twickenham.
Foster expects a difficult year but is excited to get going in a Rugby World Cup 2023.