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2024 Rugby Championship Fixtures & Schedule

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Last updated: 20 Jun 2024
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Ben Darvill 20 Jun 2024
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  • The 2024 Rugby Championship features champions New Zealand along with South Africa, Australia and Argentina.
  • New Zealand aims to defend their title with new coach Scott Robertson.
  • South Africa looks to add to their World Cup win; Australia and Argentina compete as underdogs.
The Rugby Championship returns in 2024 (Getty Images)
The Rugby Championship returns in 2024 (Getty Images)

The 2024 Rugby Champions is right around the corner, with the biggest competition in southern hemisphere rugby bringing together the best players and teams. 

In 2024, New Zealand will be looking to defend their crown as they aim to usher in a new era under new coach Scott Robertson. 

South Africa will want to make a major statement, with the current world champions failing to win the Rugby Championship since 2018. 

Australia and Argentina will arrive as the underdogs in a competition that anyone could win. 

Ahead of the tournament, we have brought together the full fixture list so you can ensure you won't miss a moment of the action. 

2024 Rugby Championship Fixtures 


Round 1 


  • Australia vs South Africa - Suncorp Stadium (August 10, 14:45 AEST)
  • New Zealand vs Argentina - Sky Stadium (August 10, 17:05 AEST)

Round 2 


  • New Zealand vs Argentina - Eden Park (August 17, 17:05 AEST)
  • Australia vs South Africa - Optus Stadium (19:55 AEST)

Round 3 


  • South Africa vs New Zealand - Ellis Park Stadium (August 31, 01:00 AEST)
  • Argentina vs Australia - Estadio Jorge Luis Hirschi (August 31, 05:00 AEST)

Round 4 


  • South Africa vs New Zealand - Cape Town Stadium (September 7, 01:00 AEST)
  • Argentina vs Australia - Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao Lopez (September 7, 05:00 AEST)

Round 5 


  • Australia vs New Zealand - Accor Stadium (September 21, 15:55 AEST)
  • Argentina vs South Africa - Estadio Unico Madre de Ciudades (September 21, 07:00 AEST)

Round 6 


  • New Zealand vs Australia - Sky Stadium (September 28, 17:05 AEST)
  • South Africa vs Argentina  - Mbombela Stadium (September 8, 01:00 AEST) 

The latest iteration of the Rugby Championship will be incredibly interesting as most teams are going through times of transition. 

New Zealand and Australia have seen coaches chances, with Ian Foster making way for Scott Robertson, while Eddie Jones' short time in charge of Australia is over, with Joe Schmidt now in charge. 

For South Africa, the focus will be on trying to backup their World Cup win by triumphing in the Rugby Championship, something they have failed to do since 2018. 

Meanwhile, Argentina will want to ensure they built on an impressive campaign in 2023 as they finished above Australia following one win in three. Toppling the likes of South Africa and New Zealand at the summit will be tough, but they will be keen to ensure the gap continues to shrink. 

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