England will face New Zealand at Twickenham in September

England will face New Zealand at Twickenham in September

Packer, an English captain.
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The England national team, the vice world champion, will face the world champion New Zealand at Twickenham next September.

Women's Six Nations winners England will face world champions New Zealand at Twickenham in September in the WXV 1 tournament, the teams announced on Thursday.

This match brought the winner's record to the impact of the rugby league match, 58,498 spectacles assisted in the Victory of England in France at Twickenham, a hall of 82,000 places, in the Six Nations Tournament of the tournament. 'The last year.

“Twickenham has hosted some memorable matches involving our national teams and we expect this Test to join that list, given the great rivalry between the two teams.”Before facing the Black Ferns on September 14, England will face France at Gloucester Rugby's Kingsholm Stadium on September 7, New Zealand Rugby Union chief executive Mark Robinson said in a statement.

“We want to host and play against the best teams in the world ahead of the 2025 Rugby World Cup.”“Our last two matches at Twickenham have produced the best crowd attendances ever recorded in women’s rugby,” said England captain Marley Packer. “Playing the Black Ferns in the home of English rugby is a fantastic opportunity that doesn't happen too often. England and New Zealand have met in five of the last six World Cup finals, with the Black Ferns winning all of them.

England will defend their title in the WXV 1 tournament, which brings together the top three teams from the Six Nations and Pacific IV series, in September and October in Canada. They beat the Black Ferns 33-12 in New Zealand in last year's tournament.

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