The Rugby Championship Complete Match Fixtures 2023 – Scores, Standings

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The Rugby Championship 2023 fixtures have been confirmed including the Bledisloe Cup matches between Australia and New Zealand.

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The second Bledisloe Cup action is scheduled on 5 August at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

The All Blacks won the 2022 Rugby Championship title ahead Springboks, both teams won just 4 matches equal. Another side, Australia has beaten South Africa & Argentina, with just only 2 wins in the year championship season.

The Rugby Championship 2023 Complete Fixture With Score

Bledisloe Cup Match Schedule
  • 5 August: New Zealand vs Australia, Dunedin – 2:35pm NZST, 5:05pm AEST

Round 1 – Completed

  • 8 July: South Africa 43 – 12 Australia, Pretoria – 17:05 SAST
  • 8 July: Argentina 12 – 41 New Zealand, Mendoza – 16:10 AST

Round 2 – Completed

  • 15 July: New Zealand 35 – 20 South Africa, Auckland – 7:05pm NZST, 9:05am SAST
  • 15 July: Australia 31 – 34 Argentina, Sydney – 7:45pm AEST, 10:45am UK

Round 3 – Completed

  • 29 July: Australia 07 – 38 New Zealand, Melbourne – 7:45pm AEST, 9:45pm NZST
  • 29 July: South Africa 22 – 21 Argentina, Johannesburg – 17:05 SAST, 12:05pm AST

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2022 Rugby Championship Fixtures and Scores

Here is the complete 2022 Rugby Championship match schedule listed below, All times are NZST & AEST.

Sunday 7 Aug – Round 1
  • South Africa vs New Zealand, Mbombela Stadium, South Africa
    Time: 3:05am NZST, 1:05am AEST, Score: 26 – 10
  • Argentina vs Australia, Estadio Malvinas, Mendoza
    Time: 7:10am NZST, 5:05am AEST, Score: 26 – 41
Sunday 14 Aug – Round 2
  • South Africa vs New Zealand, Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg
    Time: 3:05am NZST, 1:05am AEST, Score: 23 – 35
  • Argentina vs Australia, Estadio del Bicentenario, San Juan
    Time: 7:10am NZST, 5:05am AEST, Score: 48 – 17
Saturday 27 Aug – Round 3
  • Australia vs South Africa, Adelaide Oval, Australia
    Time: 5:30pm NZST, 3:30pm AEST, Score: 25 – 17
  • New Zealand vs Argentina, Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch
    Time: 7:45pm NZST, 5:45pm AEST, Score: 18 – 25
Saturday 3 Sept – Round 4
  • New Zealand vs Argentina, FMG Stadium, Hamilton
    Time: 7:o5pm NZST, 5:05pm AEST, Score: 53 – 03
  • Australia vs South Africa, Allianz Stadium, Sydney
    Time: 9:35pm NZST, 7:35pm AEST, Score: 08 – 24
Thursday 15 Sept – Round 5
Sunday 18 Sept – Round 5
  • Argentina vs South Africa, José Amalfitani Stadium, Buenos Aires
    Time: 7:0am NZST, 5:05am AEST, Score: 20 – 36
Saturday 24 Sept – Round 6
Sunday 25 Sept – Round 6

The Rugby Championship 2021 Complete Fixtures & Results

The Rugby Championship 2021 match fixtures will be started on 14 August and end on 2 October.

After the rugby world cup 2019, the Springboks come back in the rugby championship in 2021 after sitting out last year and the tournament returns as a regular layout.

This year rugby championship will play split into six rounds in total twelve-match schedule. New Zealand hosted first & second Bledisloe Cup matches versus Australia in their country and moved to Queensland, Australia to play their rugby championship the rest matches due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Like New Zealand’s restrictions relating to the COVID-19 pandemic issues, South Africa took on Argentina for only two matches playing in their home ground. Argentina didn’t host any games in this championship and maximum matches moved to Australia.

2021 Rugby Championship Fixtures and Results

Round 1

Saturday 14 Aug – New Zealand vs Australia, Eden Park, 19:05 NZST, Score: 57 -22

Saturday 14 Aug – South Africa vs Argentina, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 17:05 SAST, Score: 32 -12

Round 2

Sunday 21 Aug – Argentina vs South Africa, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, 17:05 SAST, Score: 10 -29

Sunday 5 Sept – Australia vs New Zealand, Optus Stadium, 14:00 AWST, Score: 21 – 38

Round 3

Sunday 12 Sept – New Zealand vs Argentina, Cbus Super Stadium, 17:05 AEST, Score: 39 – 00

Sunday 12 Sept – South Africa vs Australia, Cbus Super Stadium, 20:05 AEST, Score: 26 – 28

Round 4

Saturday 18 Sept – Australia vs South Africa, Suncorp Stadium, 17:05 AEST, Score: 30 – 17

Saturday 18 Sept – Argentina vs New Zealand, Suncorp Stadium, 20:05 AEST, Score: 13 – 36

Round 5

Saturday 25 Sept – New Zealand vs South Africa, QCB Stadium, 17:05 AEST, Score: 00 – 00

Saturday 25 Sept – Australia vs Argentina, QCB Stadium, 20:05 AEST, Score: 00 – 00

Round 6

Saturday 2 Oct – Argentina vs Australia, Cbus Super Stadium, 17:05 AEST, Score: 00 – 00

Saturday 2 Oct – South Africa vs New Zealand, Cbus Super Stadium, 20:05 AEST, Score: 00 – 00