The Rugby Championship is one of the most exciting competitions in the world, and this year promises to be no different. The teams are evenly matched and have all been performing well, which means that there will be plenty of nail-biting action to keep you on the edge of your seat! Here are all of the complete Rugby Championship Fixtures.
Rugby Championship Fixtures South Africa vs Australia
The Rugby Championship is an annual international rugby union competition contested by Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The tournament was launched in 2012 when the IRB decided to expand their Tri Nations Series into a four-nation competition with Argentina Jaguars joining the existing trio of countries.
The match will be played at Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria on 18th September 2018 at 16:05 local time (15:05 GMT). The referee for this match is Marius van der Westhuizen who has been appointed for all three matches in this round of fixtures.
Rugby Championship Fixtures New Zealand vs Argentina
The Rugby Championship is a tournament played between the national teams of New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Argentina. The competition was first held in 2012, replacing the Tri Nations Series and it’s current format has been used since 2016.
The All Blacks will host Los Pumas at Westpac Stadium on Saturday 17th August 2019 in Wellington. This will be their first meeting since New Zealand won 22-17 at Estadio Jose Amalfitani back in November 2018 with Beauden Barrett scoring two tries while Joaquin Tuculet replied with one for Argentina who have lost three out of four games so far this campaign (D1 L2).
Rugby Championship Fixtures Argentina vs Australia
The Rugby Championship 2019 is a rugby union competition contested annually by Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The tournament was first held in 2003, when the competition was known as the Tri Nations. In 2007 it was expanded to four teams and renamed The Rugby Championship.
The winner of The Rugby Championship also earns the right to compete in the World Cup as one of its qualifiers. As well as being crowned champions, Australia has won three tournaments outright (2004, 2011 and 2018), while New Zealand have won two (1987 and 2015) and South Africa one (1995).
Rugby Championship Fixtures Argentina vs South Africa
The Rugby Championship Fixtures is an annual competition involving the top national teams from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The tournament is contested over three rounds:
- The opening round sees each team play two matches against the other three teams within their section of the competition. This year’s opening round will be played in July 2018
- The second round sees each team playing one match against all four teams within their section of the competition. This year’s second round will be played in August 2018.
- The final round sees each team play one match against all three other teams within their section of the competition (one home game and one away game). The winner at this stage becomes champion for that year.
Here Are the Complete Rugby Championship Fixtures
The Rugby Championship is an international rugby union competition contested annually by Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The tournament was first played in 2012, when the South African Rugby Union (SARU) formally withdrew from the Tri Nations Series, which had been contested annually since 1996.
The competition has been known as the Southern Hemisphere Championship since its inception but was renamed for sponsorship reasons to The Rugby Championship Fixtures before the 2018 edition; this change was reversed after just one year when SANZAAR’s broadcast partners chose not to renew their agreement with broadcaster Sky Sports UK and it reverted back to its original name for 2019.
The Rugby Championship Fixtures is a fixtures competition between South Africa, Argentina, New Zealand and Australia. The teams meet each other in a round-robin format with the winner being determined by points gained (four points for a win, two for a draw and none for a loss). It’s been going on since 2012 but the format has changed over time, originally there were only four teams involved before expansion saw Argentina join in 2018.