Everything you need to know and how to watch Ireland’s five-match tour of New Zealand, exclusively live on Sky Sports this July.
Rugby Ireland’s five-match tour of New Zealand is exclusively live on Sky Sports; Three-Test series vs All Blacks and two matches vs Maori All Blacks; how and when you can watch the tour as Andy Farrell’s’ side travel to New Zealand looking for a first ever win on Kiwi soil this summer.
When are Ireland’s fixtures?
Maori All Blacks vs Ireland in Hamilton – Wednesday, June 29 – live on Sky Sports Action from 8am
New Zealand vs Ireland in Auckland – Saturday, July 2 – live on Sky Sports Action from 7.30am
New Zealand vs Ireland inDunedin – Saturday, July 9 – live onSky Sports Action from 7.30am
Maori All Blacks vs Ireland in Wellington – Tuesday, July 12 – live on Sky Sports Action from 8am
New Zealand vs Ireland in Wellington – Saturday, July 16 – live on Sky Sports Action from 7.30am
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How can I watch them?
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All blacks vs Ireland First test match
New Zealand will host Ireland in their first Test match on Saturday 2 July at Eden Park, Auckland.
The All Blacks are currently undefeated at the 48,000 capacity stadium and tickets for the first Test match have nearly all sold out.
All Blacks vs Ireland kick off time in UK
All of the Test matches are due to kick off at 8.05am BST.
Unlike their neighboroughing country Australia, New Zealand only as one time zone: New Zealand Standard time, whic