New Zealand’s All Blacks vs Fiji in a historic test match in San Diego (20 July 2024).
the All Blacks vs Fiji at San Diego State’s Snapdragon Stadium on July 20 (AEDT), they will be traveling overseas for the first time for a home Test. It will be Fiji’s maiden visit to the United States and the first-ever meeting between the All Blacks and Fiji at a neutral location.
In Scott Robertson’s first season as captain, the All Blacks will play fourteen tests, which will include a game in southern California versus Fiji.
A week after the All Blacks conclude a two-test series against England at Eden Park in Auckland, they play Fiji in San Diego on July 19.
On July 6, 2024, the World Cup finals take on Steve Borthwick’s England in Dunedin, New Zealand, within the covered Forsyth Barr stadium.
They will next play back-to-back home tests against Argentina in Wellington on August 10 and Eden Park on August 11 to begin their Rugby Championship title defense.
They are scheduled to fly to Johannesburg (Aug. 31) and Cape Town (Sept. 7) for back-to-back tests against the world champion South Africa.
Following their Rugby Championship matches against Australia in Sydney (September 21) and Wellington (September 28), the All Blacks begin their northern hemisphere tour on October 26 when they play Japan in Yokohama.
November internationals against England at Twickenham on November 2, Ireland on November 9, France on November 16, and Italy on November 23 will round up the season. Read more: How to watch All Blacks Rugby Game
All Blacks vs Fiji Rugby match in San Diego
On Friday, July 19 at 7:30 PM, at San Diego’s Snapdragon Stadium, two of the greatest draws in World Rugby, New Zealand and Fiji, will square off for the first time ever on American territory.
The All Blacks’ third Test match in 2024, scheduled for the Steinlager Ultra Low Carb Series, looks to be a competitive and exciting match between two sides that are renowned for their expansive running rugby.
With their electrifying, attacking rugby, the two Pacific nations will attract rugby fans from throughout the nation and contribute to the growth and development of rugby in the United States as it prepares to host the Rugby World Cup for men in 2031 and women in 2033.