International – France in November and the English in Eden Park.. New Zealand calendar for 2024

International – France in November and the English in Eden Park.. New Zealand calendar for 2024

New Zealand have announced their schedule for next year, 2024. The All Blacks will start at home against the English, continue in the Rugby Championship and finish with a tour of northern Europe where they will take on the Blues on November 16.

Rugby's most famous nation has just announced its 2024 calendar, and it's looking tempting. The All Blacks, who exited the last World Cup in France in disappointment after losing in the final to South Africa (12-11), have revealed their 14-match schedule. New coach Scott Robertson's men have divided this program into 4 'blocks' including an end of year tour of Northern Europe and Match against France.

But before that, they will launch their season in July at home in New Zealand. Ardi Savea's teammates will take on Steve Borthwick's England side on July 6-13. The first 'friendly' match will be played against XV de la Rose at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium – the only match in the South Island – and the second at Auckland's legendary Eden Park. Following this double clash, the All Blacks will “welcome” Fiji to San Diego (USA) on 20 July.

England – New Zealand at Twickenham

In August and September, the Fern State will kick off its annual rugby tournament. In a competition that it has dominated and won for four consecutive seasons so far, it will begin by welcoming Argentina on August 10 (Wellington) and 17 (Auckland). Appetizers before heading to South Africa to achieve two major shocks among the finalists of the recent World Cup finals. The two matches will be held in Johannesburg (August 31) and Cape Town (September 7). From the far reaches of Africa, he headed to Australia and Sydney (September 21) for the penultimate match of the competition before returning to conclude the tournament against the same Wallabies team, at home in Wellington, on September 28.

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Before heading to northern Europe in the fall, the three-time world champions will stop in Yokohama to face Japan (October 26). A step before going to the old continent to play four matches. They will meet the English for the first time at Twickenham, this time on November 2. It will then be the turn of Fabien Galthier's Blues to welcome their best foes on November 9 in a clash whose location has yet to be determined. The Irish (November 16) and then the Italians (23) will end the calendar year for the Pacific players.

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