Wallabies vs Wales – Sydney Double Header | 6 July, 2024

Event Date: July 6, 2024 - 12:00 AM
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Location: Driver Avenue Allianz Stadium Moore Park NSW 2021 Australia
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Be there as the Wallabies kick off the Joe Schmidt era against Wales, who return to Australia for the first time in almost a decade. The Wallabies have a point to prove to the Welsh following the Rugby World Cup 2023, and they will be looking to make a statement and kick off their season in style. In a tremendous triumph for rugby fans, double your action and get there early to see the Wallaroos play against Fijiana in an incredible double-header that should not be missed.

In a huge win for Australian rugby fans, South Africa will face the Wallabies twice in the 2024 Rugby Championship, with the first match taking place on August 10 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

The two teams will then travel across the country, with the return encounter against Siya Kolisi’s Springboks taking place in Perth’s Optus Stadium on Saturday, August 17.

New Zealand will play the first Bledisloe Cup Test of 2024 at Sydney’s Accor Stadium on September 21, the Wallabies’ sixth and final Test on home soil next year. The All Blacks last played in Harbour City in 2020.

Rugby Australia CEO Phil Waugh said: “We’re thrilled to announce a massive international season next year for the Wallaroos and the Wallabies on home soil with 10 Tests in total across the two teams.”

“It’s particularly pleasing to know we are going to host Test matches in the four largest cities in Australia as we continue to invest in making the game more accessible to more Australians.

“We’re continuing to honour our commitment to grow the women’s game, with the Wallaroos set to play their highest number of Tests on home soil in a calendar year in 2024 against world-class oppositions at first-class stadiums.

“The Wallabies will be looking for a reset this year, with Joe Schmidt to lead them against four high-quality Test opponents on home soil, including Georgia who we look forward to welcoming to Australia for the first time.

“To be able to host a double header in Sydney with both teams at Allianz Stadium will be a highlight on the Australian sporting calendar in 2024, while having the World Champion Springboks play two Tests here is a massive win for all Rugby supporters and sports fans in Australia.

“Rugby Australia would like to thank our Principal Partners Cadbury, along with all other commercial partners, including our broadcaster Stan and Nine for their ongoing support. We’d also like to thank all our State Government partners for their continued support in delivering world-class live sporting events here on home soil.”