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Nations Series to fill void amidst World Cup withdrawal symptoms

SPOTLIGHT: All twenty-one fixtures of the 2024 Nations Series have been revealed, setting the stage for the ultimate spectacle of international rugby for fans to look forward to later this year.


The Nations Series boasts some of the biggest rivalries in rugby, involving many of the top nations and players.

Kicking off on Saturday, November 2, England will host New Zealand at Twickenham for what has historically delivered blockbuster entertainment and will once again set the tone for the rest of the Nations Series.

Fans can then enjoy their weekends starting early, with three Friday fixtures; Ireland versus New Zealand on November 8, Ireland taking on Argentina on November 15, and then France taking their turn to host Argentina on November 22.

It is then back-to-back Saturday entertainment for fans, with the likes of France versus New Zealand on November 16, in a repeat of last year’s opening World Cup game at the Stade de France.

The double World Cup winners the Springboks will kick off their Nations Series campaign against Scotland on Sunday, November 10 in Edinburgh.

The encounter will be the first time the Springboks cross paths with Scotland since their World Cup 18-3 victory in Marseille in September last year.


Following the Edinbughr showdown, Boks will take on RWC semifinalists England, currently ranked fifth in the world, in London on Saturday, November 16, and then Wales (ranked 10th) in Cardiff, a week later on November 23.

Commenting on the 2024 Nations Series fixtures that fans can look forward to, Tom Harrison, CEO of Six Nations Rugby, said:

“The set of fixtures for this year’s Nations Series will offer fans genuine blockbuster entertainment,” Harrison said.

“With many of the best players in the sport representing some of the best teams, and visiting iconic stadiums, it makes for five incredible weekends of rugby.


“The support of our broadcast partners means that fans all over the world will also have the opportunity to enjoy every single moment of the Nations Series.”

Nations Series to fill void amidst World Cup withdrawal symptoms

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