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Bledisloe Cup 2022 Rugby Fans Can Watch the Wallabies vs All Blacks on Stan Sport.

The Bledisloe Cup is returning for 2022, meaning the rugby squads for both Australia and New Zealand will have their shot at the trophy in the coming weeks.

If you’re keen to catch all the action in this space, here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 Bledisloe Cup and the much-anticipated games that are on the way.

When and where are the 2022 Bledisloe Cup matches being held?

The first test for the 2022 Bledisloe Cup Wallabies vs All Blacks is set for Thursday, September 15 at Marvel Stadium, Melbourne. The second test is slated for Saturday, September 24, 5:05 pm AEST at Eden Park, Auckland.

The third test has been canned in 2022, with the news dropping back in February that the series would be reduced to two games because, well… the games historically go to the All Blacks every year. So, there is little desire for a third game.

How to watch New Zealand All Blacks vs Wallabies Rugby Bledisloe Cup 2022 ‘ When does it start, Live streams and schedule’

Wallabies vs All Blacks

Where can I watch Wallabies vs All Blacks live?

You can catch the 2022 Bledisloe Cup on Nine, with Stan Sport streaming all matches ad-free, live and on-demand. There are also some Rugby docos available to watch on the streaming service if you’d like to tune in to some extra content.

Stan members can add Stan Sport access for $10 per month. More on what the service offers is available here.

For those who would like to check out the games in the flesh, you can check out information on tickets to all Wallabies matches here.

Wallabies v All Blacks 2022 Bledisloe Cup

Fixtures for the 2022 Bledisloe Cup series between the Wallabies and All Blacks have been released.

The Bledisloe is part of the Rugby Championship with the first game is locked in for Melbourne with a rare Thursday night game to be played. The first game will be on Thursday September 15 with the return leg is a week later at Auckland’s 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 All Blacks retained the trophy in 2021 after winning Game 1 33-25 and following up in Game 2 with a 57-22 win. The New Zealand side completed a clean sweep with a 38-21 win in Perth.

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