2023 Rugby Championship Fixtures: Full Match Schedule

Get ready for the return of the thrilling Rugby Championship! The stage is set for the top four southern hemisphere teams to lock horns, building some much-needed momentum as they gear up for the World Cup.

Looking back at the 2022 Championship, the Kiwis stood tall, clinching their third consecutive title. A decisive victory against Australia in the final round gave New Zealand the edge over second-placed South Africa. Thanks to the bonus points, the Kiwis emerged victorious, even though both teams had won four of their six matches.

Argentina, too, had their share of the spotlight in the championship. The Pumas made history with a record win against Argentina and a groundbreaking victory against the All Blacks right in their backyard in New Zealand.

As for Australia, the 2023 tournament marks the first match under the guidance of returning head coach Eddie Jones. Jones, who previously coached the Wallabies from 2001 to 2005, has returned with a deal until 2027 following his departure from England in December of the previous year.

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2023 Rugby Championship fixtures

Rugby Championship 2023 Fixtures

DateMatchVenuesKick Off (Local)Kick Off (GMT)New ZealandAustralia (AEST)South AfricaArgentina
Saturday 8 JulySouth Africa v AustraliaLoftus Versfeld, Pretoria17:0515:05Sun 9 Jul 3:05Sun 9 Jul 1:05Sat 8 Jul 17:05Sat 8 Jul 12:05
Saturday 8 JulyArgentina v New ZealandEstadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza16:1019:10Sun 9 Jul 7:10Sun 9 Jul 5:10Sat 8 Jul 21:10Sat 8 Jul 16:10
Saturday 15 JulyNew Zealand v South AfricaMt Smart Stadium, Auckland19:057:05Sat 15 Jul 19:05Sat 15 Jul 17:05Sat 15 Jul 9:05Sat 15 Jul 4:05
Saturday 15 JulyAustralia v ArgentinaCommBank Stadium, Sydney19:459:45Sat 15 Jul 21:45Sat 15 Jul 19:45Sat 15 Jul 11:45Sat 15 Jul 6:45
Saturday 29 JulyAustralia v New ZealandMelbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne19:459:45Sat 29 Jul 21:45Sat 29 Jul 19:45Sat 29 Jul 11:45Sat 29 Jul 6:45
Saturday 29 JulySouth Africa v ArgentinaEmirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg17:0515:05Sun 30 Jul 3:05Sun 30 Jul 1:05Sat 29 Jul 17:05Sat 29 Jul 12:05
Saturday 5 AugustNew Zealand v AustraliaForsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin14:357:05Sat 5 Aug 19:05Sat 5 Aug 17:05Sat 5 Aug 9:05Sat 5 Aug 4:05
Saturday 5 AugustArgentina v South AfricaEstadio Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires16:1019:10Sun 6 Aug 7:10Sun 6 Aug 5:10Sat 5 Aug 21:10Sat 5 Aug 16:10

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When does the Rugby Championship 2023 start?

The much-awaited Rugby Championship 2023 kicks off on 8 July and runs through till 29 July 2023.

Who’s participating in this tournament?

The eleventh edition of the annual Rugby Championship 2023 will see the titans of the southern hemisphere – Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa – clash for the coveted title.

How can you watch the Rugby Championship?

Rugby fans in the United Kingdom can catch every single minute of the Rugby Championship on Sky Sports. Sky subscribers also have the added benefit of streaming the action live through Sky Go.

  • Sky Sport Now (New Zealand)
  • Nine Network, Stan (Australia)
  • ESPN, TV Pública (Argentina)
  • SuperSport (South Africa)

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Who was the victor of the Rugby Championship 2022?

The All Blacks emerged as champions of The Rugby Championship 2022. Their impressive bonus point win against the Wallabies in Auckland helped them secure the title.

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