Wallabies and Wallaroos fixtures confirmed

Wallabies and Wallaroos fixtures confirmed

Rugby Australia is pleased to confirm the international fixtures for both the Wallaroos inbound Tests against Fijiana and Japan in May and the Wallabies 2022 eToro England Series in July.

The Road to New Zealand tri series in May will see the Wallaroos return to the Test arena for the first time since 2019, with matches in Brisbane and the Gold Coast kick-starting their Rugby World Cup preparations for the year. The blockbuster Wallabies series will see the men in gold take on the Eddie Jones-led England in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney.


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In what will be the first Test they have played in Queensland since 1997, the Wallaroos will kick off their year against Fijiana at Suncorp Stadium as part of a double header on Friday 6 May, with the Reds hosting the Highlanders in a Harvey Norman Super Rugby Pacific clash.

The following Tuesday May 10 will see the side take on Japan at Bond University, Gold Coast, for the last of the Tests forming key preparations for the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand later this year.


Wallabies v England – eToro England Series

Game one of the eToro England Series will be held at Optus Stadium in Perth on 2 July, game two will take place at Suncorp Stadium on 9 July and game three at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 16 July.

The first Test of the blockbuster series is just the second time the two sides have met in Western Australia. The first was in 2010 with the home side coming away with a 27-17 victory.


The second Test see the Wallabies look to extend their 10-game winning streak at the Brisbane venue, including two victories to claim last year’s series win over France and a 13-point win over Rugby World Cup holders, South Africa.

The final Test and potential decider of the eToro England Series will feature a return to the historic Sydney Cricket Ground for the first Rugby international at the iconic venue since 1986. It will also see the Harbour City welcoming Test match Rugby for the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

England, who last toured Australia back in 2016, are currently ranked fifth in the world and were finalists in the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

JULY FIXTURES: Australia v England
Saturday 2 July – Optus Stadium, Perth (5.55pm AWST / 10.55am BST KO)
Saturday 9 July – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane (7.55pm AEST / 10.55am BST KO)
Saturday 16 July – Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney (7.55pm AEST/ 10.55am BST KO) 

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