New Zealand Rugby‘s (NZR) newest Team in Black, the All Blacks XV, will embark on a 3-week global tour playing in North America, the UK and Europe.
With weekend fixtures aligning with the All Blacks End of Year Tour in the UK we’ve got options to add on an All Blacks XV fixture to your package. The final schedule for the All Blacks XV 2022 Northern Tour will be announced in the coming weeks, with each match launching separately.
The All Blacks XV follows in the footsteps of similar teams which have assembled throughout New Zealand rugby’s history, including the Junior All Blacks, New Zealand A and Emerging Players.
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The clash against the All Blacks XV is the first of four upcoming matches for the Barbarians (BaaBaas) who will also face Harlequins (Thursday, 17 November), Bath (Sunday, 20 November) and Northampton Saints (Saturday, 26 November).
- All Blacks XV vs Barbarians | 12 November 2022
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Rugby fans will have the rare opportunity to watch the most famous invitational club in the world face an All Blacks XV on Sunday 13 November 2022 in the world-class setting of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – the first-ever international rugby union match to be played there.
The two famous sides will compete for The Killik Cup. It is the next opportunity to see the Barbarians in action following a successful summer with emphatic back-to-back wins over England and Spain.