Crusaders V Munster Rugby ‘Clash of Champions’ on 3rd February 2024, Kick of time
The Rugby’s historic Crusaders V Munster ‘Clash of Champions’ on 3rd February 2024, meeting with Super Rugby champions, the Crusaders, at Páirc Uí Chaoimh will be televised.
In addition, Access Munster will provide our first-ever video watchalong during the match, hosted by former Ireland and Munster centre Barry Murphy and commentator Dan Mooney, who will walk you through the action. The highly anticipated match will be attended by a throng of 40,885 people.
Regarding player news, scrum-half Neil Cronin of Munster Rugby has agreed to a two-month contract extension, extending his stay with the province until the end of March.
2024 Crusaders V Munster Rugby Live Stream
|Crusaders vs Munster
|Páirc Uí Chaoimh
|Date & time
|3rd February 2024
|SKY NZ & Foxtel Now
|Check here for stream live
Crusaders V Munster ‘Clash of Champions’ Preview
The defending URC and Super Rugby champions will play each other for the first time ever.
On Saturday, February 3 at 5 p.m., Munster Rugby and the Crusaders will play a world-first “Clash of Champions” game in 2024, making history.
It will be the first-ever meeting between the defending URC and Super Rugby champions after Munster’s recent URC victory in Cape Town.
The New Zealand team defeated the Chiefs 25–20 on Saturday in Waikato to win the Super Rugby Pacific Championship for the seventh time in a row. With 14 titles under their belt, they are the most successful team in the competition’s history and are well-known throughout the globe for their track record of brilliance and achievement.
Rob Penney, the former head coach of Munster, has already been appointed as the Crusaders’ next head coach starting in 2024. As part of their preseason campaign, the team will go abroad for the first time to play Bristol Bears and Munster.
Crusaders vs Munster Rugby Tickets
Please be aware that there will be no tickets for sale at the stadium as this game is 40,885 sold out.
If possible, please download your ticket in advance of visiting Páirc Uí Chaoimh to prevent any delays or technical problems.
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Crusaders v Munster Next Game
A significant event in the intricate history of the Crusaders occurs today. This morning, the squad took a plane to England and Ireland in preparation for taking on the Northern Tour, a brand-new and challenging task.
At Bristol, England’s Ashton Gate Stadium on Friday, February 9 (Saturday, February 10 NZ Time), the Crusaders take on the Bristol Bears.
Since their 19-19 draw with the Stormers in Cape Town during Round 14 of the 2019 campaign, this will be the team’s first game outside of Australia and Fiji.