2021 Rugby Championship final four rounds host by Queensland

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2021 Rugby Championship final four rounds host by Queensland

2021 Rugby Championship final four rounds host by Queensland

Rugby Championship schedule 2021

 

Recently, SANZAAR announced the Rugby Championship schedule and confirmed the new time and venue for the 2021 edition. The remaining four rounds will be played in Queensland, with doubles in Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Townsville.


Australia and the Springboks match will be scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 12. The match is scheduled to be held at the Cbus Super Stadium at 8:05 pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time).


The doubleheader will kick off at 5:05 p.m. between New Zealand and Argentina.


The Wallabies and Springboks kicked off their double-header match at Suncorp on 18 September 2021 at 5:05 pm.


The Centurion game between New Zealand and South Africa will take place a week later at the Country Bank Stadium in Queensland, Townsville, followed by Australia against Argentina.


The championship game will end on the Gold Coast duel. The Kangaroos will play their final match against the Los Pumas at the home ground at 5:05 P.M. in 2021.


SANZAAR CEO Brendan Morris said, this is an exciting declaration because it confirms the first game of international rugby, which includes a series of four double-header weekends of top rugby games," 


"For Queensland rugby fans and global broadcast audiences, this is a great chance to watch the best players and teams in consecutive matches on the same day and at the same place on the same four weekends."


SANZAAR also confirmed the TRC referee. Australian Damon Murphy takes the third Bledisloe in Perth, followed by Graham Cooper and Jordan Way on the sidelines.

 

Rugby Championship Fixtures 2021

 

Round 1

Saturday 14 August: New Zealand 57 VS Australia 22 at Eden Park, Auckland

Saturday 14 August: South Africa 32 VSArgentina 12 at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

Round 2

Saturday 21 August: Argentina 10 VSSouth Africa 29 at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

Sunday 5 September: Australia VS New Zealand at Optus Stadium, Perth (4:00 pm)*

Round 3

Sunday 12 September: New Zealand VS Argentina at Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast (5:05 pm)

Sunday 12 September:  South Africa VS Australia at Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast (8:05 pm)

Round 4

Saturday 18 September:  Australia VS South Africa at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (5:05 pm)

Saturday 18 September: Argentina VS New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (8:05 pm)

Round 5

Saturday 25 September: New Zealand VS South Africa at Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville (5:05 pm)

Saturday 25 September:  Australia VS Argentina at Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville (8:05 pm)

Round 6 (AEDT time)

Saturday 2 October: Argentina VS Australia at Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast (5:05 pm)

Saturday 2 October: New Zealand VS South Africa at Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast (8:05 pm)

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