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    Wallabies and Wallaroos fixtures confirmed for 2024

    Wallabies and Wallaroos fixtures confirmed for 2024

    Fri, Feb 9, 2024, 10:57 AM
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    The Wallabies and Wallaroos' home schedule has been announced ahead of the 2024 international season.

    Joe Schmidt's first game in charge as coach will be on July 6 as the Wallabies welcome Wales to Australia for the first time since 2012 at Allianz Stadium.

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    The match will be a double as the Wallaroos take on Fijiana, one of four Tests on home soil for Joe Yapp's side, the most in a calendar year.

    This includes Pacific Four Series home fixtures against Canada at Allianz Stadium (May 11) and the USA at AAMI Park in Melbourne (May 17), slated as double headers with Super Rugby Pacific matches, before facing New Zealand at Ballymore (July 14) in the second O’Reilly Cup Test for 2024.

    A day before the Black Ferns Test, the Wallabies will conclude their two-Test series against Wales at AAMI Park on July 13 as the side looks for revenge following their 40-6 defeat in the World Cup.

    Following this, the Wallabies will make history by hosting emerging European side Georgia at Allianz Stadium on July 20, the first time the two sides will face off outside of a World Cup.

    The Rugby Championship is headlined by back-to-back home Tests against world champions South Africa at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium (August 10) and Perth's Optus Stadium (August 17).

    The Wallabies' final home Test will see the Bledisloe return to Sydney for the opening game of the series at Accor Stadium on September 21.

    “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," RA CEO Phil Waugh said in a statement.

    “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.”

    Tickets will go on sale at midday on April 8 for 2024 Wallabies First Members before going on sale to the general public on April 12.

    Wallaroos 2024 Home Fixtures

    Wallaroos v Canada, Saturday May 11 at Allianz Stadium, Sydney

    Wallaroos v USA, Friday May 17 at AAMI Park, Melbourne

    Wallaroos v Fiji, Saturday July 6 at Allianz Stadium, Sydney

    Wallaroos v New Zealand, Sunday July 14, Ballymore, Brisbane

    Wallabies 2024 Home Tests

    Wallabies v Wales, Saturday July 6 at Allianz Stadium, Sydney

    Wallabies v Wales, Saturday July 13 at AAMI Park, Melbourne

    Wallabies v Georgia, Saturday July 20 at Allianz Stadium, Sydney

    The Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup Fixtures

    Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday August 10 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

    Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday August 17 at Optus Stadium, Perth

    Argentina v Wallabies, Saturday August 31 in Argentina (TBC)

    Australia v Wallabies, Saturday September 7 in Argentina (TBC)

    Wallabies v New Zealand, Saturday September 21 at Accor Stadium, Sydney

    New Zealand v Wallabies, Saturday September 28 at Sky Stadium, Wellington

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgs View Post
    Australia v Wallabies, Saturday September 7 in Argentina (TBC)
    This match will be well worth the travel. A chance that we'll win

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIGS20 View Post
    This match will be well worth the travel. A chance that we'll win
    30 hours in transit for a 50/50?

    You're dreaming

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