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Ticket information for Autumn Nations Series

Ticket information for Autumn Nations Series

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There is just over a month until the Autumn Nations Series gets underway with an opening weekend that sees Scotland host Tonga and Wales take on New Zealand.

It marks the start of a month of action as the best teams from the northern and southern hemispheres go head-to-head, and now that fans are returning to grounds, it is the perfect opportunity to get along and support your team.


That clash between Wales and New Zealand has already sold out at Principality Stadium, but there are still tickets available for matches against the world champions South Africa, Fiji and Australia.

For those who are interested, all the ticket information is available here as Wayne Pivac’s men look to build on their 2021 Guinness Six Nations success: https://www.wru.wales/tickets/


Scotland are the other team in action on the opening weekend when they take on Tonga, with matches against the Wallabies, South Africa and Japan to follow at BT Murrayfield.

The game against the Springboks has sold out, but there are tickets available for the remainder of the matches here: https://www.scottishrugby.org/tickets-and-events/events/2021-autumn-internationals

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Ireland play three matches in the Autumn Nations Series, against Japan, New Zealand and Argentina.

All information on how to get hold of tickets is available here: https://www.irishrugby.ie/ireland/tickets/


England will take on Tonga, Australia and South Africa this November, with tickets available for the first game against Tonga here: https://www.eticketing.co.uk/rfu/

For those keen to be at Twickenham for the games against the Wallabies and the Springboks, you will need to be a First XV member with information on the address above.


France have a trio of matches in the Autumn Nations Series against Argentina, Georgia and New Zealand.

The clash with the All Blacks is a precursor to the opening game of the 2023 Rugby World Cup which will also take place at the Stade de France – the venue for the game against the Pumas, while Les Bleus take on Georgia in Bordeaux.

To buy a ticket for the games, there is more information here: https://billetterie.ffr.fr/fr/node/608


Italy will play three matches in the Autumn Nations Series, beginning at home to New Zealand on November 6.

The following week they take on Argentina with more South American opposition in the shape of Uruguay a week later. Information about tickets will be released in due course.

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