You are currently looking live stream 2022 Springboks v Wales Rugby online in HD . The Springboks will take on Wales in three mid-year Tests, starting with a clash at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday, 2 July 2022.
Kick-off is at 17:05.
The second Test will take place at the Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein on Saturday, 9 July with the third and potentially deciding Test scheduled for Saturday, 16 July at the Cape Town Stadium in Cape Town.
Wales and South Africa have faced each other 37 times to date with the first encounter taking place in Swansea in 1906. The two sides’ last fixture was during the 2021 Autumn Nations Series where Wales were narrowly defeated 23-18 at Principality Stadium.
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July Test Series fixtures (kick-off times and broadcast details TBC):
- Saturday 2 July: Springboks v Wales – Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
- Saturday 9 July: South Africa v Wales – Toyota Stadium, Bloemfontein
- Saturday 16 July: South Africa v Wales – DHL Stadium, Cape Town
The Springboks v Wales at DHL Stadium in the third Test of the Castle Lager Incoming Series on 16 July.
The national team played all three Tests against the British and Irish Lions last year at DHL Stadium, but this is set to be their first match at the iconic venue which will have spectatora allowed. Ticketing information will be announced soon. Once on sale, tickets will only be available from Ticketpro, any other tickets from another source will not be valid.
Wales are set to return to South Africa for the first time since 2014 as the Boks kick off their 2022 season with three Tests against the Dragons – at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday 2 July, Toyota Stadium in Bloemfontein (9 July) and DHL Stadium in Cape Town (16 July).
The Boks will then launch the home leg of their Castle Lager Rugby Championship campaign three weeks later with back-to-back home Tests against the All Blacks – at Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit on 6 August, and a week later at Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg, on 13 August.
They will then depart for Australia for the away leg of the competition where they will meet the Wallabies on Saturday 27 August and again a week later, on 3 September (both venues to be confirmed), before their third away match against Argentina at Vélez Sarsfield in Buenos Aires on 17 September.
The Boks will conclude their Castle Lager Rugby Championship campaign with a home Test against Los Pumas at Hollywoodbets Kings Park in Durban on Saturday, 24 September.
Castle Lager Rugby Championship fixtures (kick-off times TBC):
Saturday, 6 August: Springboks v New Zealand – Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
Saturday, 13 August: Springboks v New Zealand – Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg
Saturday, 27 August: Springboks v Australia – venue TBC
Saturday, 3 September: Springboks v Australia – venue TBC
Saturday, 17 September: Springboks v Argentina – Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires
Saturday, 24 September: Springboks v Argentina – Hollywoodbets Kings Park, Durban
SQUADS: SPRINGBOKS V WALES
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