Tickets will go on sale at 10am AEST today for the remainder of the Wallabies domestic schedule, including the eToro Rugby Championship.
Fresh off a dramatic Series win against France on the weekend, the Wallabies will now square off against New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina over seven action-packed weekends that kicks-off next month.
Dave Rennie’s side will take on world rugby heavyweights, the All Blacks, in Perth on Saturday 21 August before back-to-back clashes with the reigning World Champions, the Springboks in September.
The Wallabies and Springboks will clash first at the Sydney Cricket Ground on the afternoon of Sunday 12 September before shifting north to Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday 18 September.
Then, Argentina’s Los Pumas, will take centre stage at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle on Saturday 25 September before the Wallabies’ final home fixture of 2021 at GIO Stadium in Canberra on Saturday 2 October.
Tickets are priced from just $30 for adults and $15 for children, and available through www.wallabies.rugby. The on-sale timeline for the Test match on Sunday 12 September at the Sydney Cricket Ground is to be confirmed. Rugby Australia continues to work closely with the NSW Government as well as NSW Health, with the health and safety of all fans, players and staff the utmost priority.
Wallabies Travel packages for fans who want an unforgettable rugby and travel experience will be on sale shortly. For more information, please visit Wallabies Travel here.
Rugby Australia Chief Executive Officer Andy Marinos said: “Turning our attention from a spectacular Series against the French where our team produced some memorable performances, the international rugby feast continues as we ready ourselves for a series of matches against our biggest rivals – New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina.
“The eToro Rugby Championship is always a thrilling spectacle, and this year promises to be no different. We have back-to-back Tests against the Springboks, the reigning World Champions, who will play their first overseas Test match since claiming the World Cup in Japan back in 2019 and will be fresh off the British and Irish Lions Series. This then flows into two Tests against the Pumas who thrilled fans across the globe last year with their commanding performances in the Tri Nations.
“It is set to be a treat for fans right across Australia, where our men in gold will look to continue building on their performances against France which thrilled and excited all Australians. A family of four ticket is available from just $75 to witness these world’s collide, and we look forward to seeing full stadiums to enjoy the world class international action,” Marinos said.
ACT Minister for Sport and Recreation, Yvette Berry MLA said: “Canberra can’t wait to welcome the Wallabies back to the nation’s capital for their final home game of the 2021. I’d encourage fans to get out there and secure their tickets, particularly those families with aspiring young Wallabies – it will be a fantastic opportunity to see their sporting heroes in action.
Every Wallabies Test will be ad-free, live and on demand with extended coverage on Stan Sport and live, free-to-air on the Nine Network.
2021 Bledisloe Cup Series
New Zealand v Wallabies, Saturday 7 August at Eden Park, Auckland at 5.05pm AEST*
Wallabies’ fixtures in eToro Rugby Championship
Wallabies v New Zealand, Saturday 21 August at Optus Stadium, Perth at 6.00pm AWST*
New Zealand v Wallabies, Saturday 28 August at Sky Stadium, Wellington at 5.05pm AEST*
South Africa v Wallabies, Sunday 12 September at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney at 3.00pm AEST
Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday 18 September at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane at 3.00pm AEST
Wallabies v Argentina, Saturday 25 September at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle at 7.45pm AEST
Argentina v Wallabies, Saturday 2 October at GIO Stadium in Canberra at 8pm AEST
*forms part of the 2021 Bledisloe Cup Series