Investec Rugby Championship 2018

2017 saw a refreshed Investec Rugby Championship with the level of competition at its all-time best. While the All Blacks once again finished top of the table, the 2017 season will be remembered for 2 key games: The narrow win in Cape Town and the loss against old rivals Australia in Brisbane.

There is no doubt we will see the same level of Rugby in 2018. With the Rugby World Cup looming in 2019, 2018 presents an opportunity for each team to begin their preparations for the tournament. Each game will have an added edge as each team looks to establish physical and psychological advantage.

Catch the All Blacks at home in Auckland, Nelson, and Wellington or join us on tour in Sydney, South Africa, and Argentina. Our packages include match tickets and a range of accommodation and travel options, as well as unique experiences and events that you won’t find anywhere else. Be There for the action.

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vs Australia Auckland
25 Aug
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The second Bledisloe Cup test of 2018 will head back to NZ shores.

vs Argentina Nelson
08 Sep
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For the first time in history the All Blacks will play a test match at Nelson's Trafalgar Park in 2018.

vs South Africa Wellington
15 Sep
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The "Cake Tin" will host the eagerly anticipated rematch with a young, talented Springbok side.

vs Australia Sydney
18 Aug
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The first Bledisloe Cup test of 2018 is set to take place in one of Australia's most iconic cities.

vs Argentina Buenos Aires
29 Sep
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Argentina leaves tourists from around the world in awe of its distinct uniqueness

vs South Africa Pretoria
06 Oct
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South Africa is a country of breath taking diversity.

vs Australia Tokyo
27 Oct

The All Blacks and Australia will head offshore for the first time since 2010.