The pandemic has had financial impacts on most economic sectors, and Rugby was no exception. Yeah New Zealand has numbers in red, Which was left for the rest of the elliptical planet. This is the reason for adding a few dollars more Kiwi Union Plans matches, beyond the November windowTo fatten up the wallet.
According to the audience The New Zealand Herald On your website the idea The United States faces on October 23Out of the November window In the elegant stadium, which can accommodate 70 thousand seats, Las Vegas Stadium Raiders NFL. To do so, we will have to wait until May for the American football teams to announce their match season and there is the idea of the All Blacks returning to the North American lands.
The kiwi appeared twice in the lands of North America. The first was in 2014 and they beat the local team by 74 to 6, and the second was against Ireland by a loss of 40-29, and both games were played in Chicago and had a general success, so it seems with good eyes that these blacks are. People appear again on the other side of the Pacific Ocean.
The Herald reports that The All Blacks XV, announced last March as the second team, can be used to face the Eagles From the United States, after COVID-19 prevented the team from emerging last year. All Blacks, however, are still an option. To face the Americans.
Meanwhile, the match against Wales will take place at Cardiff Principality Stadium a week later, on October 30th. The two matches against USA and Wales, which are outside of World Rugby’s designated test windows, will add an additional $ 2-3 million per match to NZR’s coffers through broadcast income, ticketing and sponsorship.
The games will also raise the total number of games in the All Blacks’ end-of-year tour to five, with Ian Foster’s team already set to face France, Italy and Ireland. The Herald also reports that NZR is considering a series of two tests against Fiji and a one-off match between North and South as a substitute in the event Italy cannot travel to New Zealand to face the All Blacks at the July window.
Fiji is already set to face the All Blacks once in July, but it could be called up to fill the void if a global pandemic prevents Italians from making the journey within three months.