The 2023 Rugby Championship will be the eleventh edition of the annual southern hemisphere competition, involving Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The Springboks and All Blacks are set to clash in the Rugby Championship southern hemisphere tournament on July 15 in New Zealand.
They will meet again at Twickenham in London on August 25 in the final warm-up for both nations before the World Cup kicks off in France on September 8.
The sides would face each other at the quarter-finals stage of the World Cup if one of them wins a pool and the other finishes second in theirs.
South Africa and New Zealand share the record for World Cup titles with three each while Australia have been champions twice and England once. Read More: New Zealand Māori Rugby Fixtures
Rugby Championship Fixtures 2023.
|8 July 2023||Argentina vs New Zealand||Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza||TBC||TBC|
|8 July 2023||South Africa v Australia||Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria||5:35pm||TBC|
|15 July 2023||New Zealand v South Africa||Eden Park, Auckland||TBC||TBC|
|15 July 2023||Australia v Argentina||CommBank Stadium, Sydney||TBC||TBC|
|29 July 2023||Australia v New Zealand||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||TBC||TBC|
|29 July 2023||South Africa v Argentina||TBA||TBC||TBC|
The All Blacks will play two tests on home turf this year against South Africa and Australia.
The All Blacks will take on the Springboks at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday 15 July and will face the Wallabies in the second Bledisloe Cup test of the year at Forsyth Barr Stadium in a rare afternoon kickoff on August 5.
The home tests will be part of a 2023 schedule which will see the All Blacks play five tests in the buildup to the Rugby World Cup in France in September, starting with a trip to Mendoza to face the Pumas in their Rugby Championship opener.
All Blacks head coach Ian Foster said the Rugby Championship is “an exciting but tough draw.
|Nation||Match venues||Head coach||Captain|
|Argentina||Estadio Malvinas Argentinas||Mendoza||42,000||Michael Cheika|
|Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground||Melbourne||100,024||Eddie Jones|
|New Zealand||Eden Park||Auckland||50,000||Ian Foster|
|South Africa||Loftus Versfeld Stadium||Pretoria||51,762||Jacques Nienaber|
How to watch All Blacks Rugby Game in Australia
The rights to broadcast most of the major rugby competitions from around the world belong to Foxtel. On its Fox Sports channels, for example, Foxtel will broadcast every single Match NZ Rugby Online. Those channels are available through Foxtel iQ, as well as live streaming services Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports.
What channel can I watch All Blacks Rugby on in the US?
If you’re not deterred by the high price tag, it’s pretty easy to watch All Blacks Rugby game this year’s tournament in the US. Just sign up at NBC Sports Gold for the Rugby World Cup Pass or log on and pay for an individual match before kickoff. For the New Zealand Rugby free matches, just tune in to NBC Sports on your TV.
Live Stream Bledisloe Cup 2023 online
While you can stream Australia and New Zealand Rugby both games on 10 Play for free, there are a couple of other options for streaming Bledisloe Cup Test.
Bledisloe Cup on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports will stream both matches of the 2023 Bledisloe Cup, with replays available on demand. Kayo Sports | $25 per month; 14-day free trial. All Blacks Bledisloe Cup Rugby game on Kayo Sports live and on-demand, via the Internet. There are no lock-in contracts involved.
Bledisloe Cup on Foxtel
Another way to live stream the both the Bledisloe Cup Test and the 2023 Rugby World Cup is to sign up for a Foxtel Now subscription for $25 a month. If you have a Foxtel IQ subscription with the Sports channel pack, you can watch the games live on TV via Fox Sports More