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Tickets to Wallabies eToro England Series on sale today

Wed, 27/04/2022, 8:00 pm
Rugby Australia
by Rugby Australia
Dave Rennie and Michael Hooper's side will take on England in Australia in July. Photo: Getty Images
Dave Rennie and Michael Hooper's side will take on England in Australia in July. Photo: Getty Images

Tickets to the Wallabies eToro England Series in July are on sale to the General Public from 12:00pm today.

The much anticipated three match Series will see Dave Rennie’s Wallabies take on Eddie Jones’ England in Australia for the first time since 2016.

Optus Stadium will host the first encounter on July 2, in what will be just the second time the two sides have met in Perth. The first occasion back in 2010 saw Wallabies centurion James Slipper make his international debut in a 27-17 victory for Australia.

The teams will then move to the eastern seaboard to clash at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on July 9, a venue where the Wallabies currently hold a 10-match winning streak.

The Sydney Cricket Ground will be the host for the third and potentially deciding match on July 16, in what will be the first Test at the iconic venue since 1986. The SCG the venue for Australia's first ever Rugby International, which was a 13-3 win over the British and Irish Lions in 1899.

Tickets are already selling fast with Wallaby First, Harvey Norman Super Rugby Pacific, and Team Rugby members snapping up their opportunity to be there when the blockbuster series hits Australian shores in a little over two months.

Tickets are available to purchase via http://wallabies.rugby/tickets. All tickets on sale at 12:00pm in their local markets.

Rugby Australia CEO, Andy Marinos said: "It's incredibly exciting to have tickets on sale to the General Public for the eToro England Series."

"There's been significant interest in our presale windows for what's going to be a blockbuster series and we look forward to writing another chapter in the rich history of Australia vs England in the sporting arena.

"This series is extremely important for the Wallabies as they continue to build momentum ahead of the 2023 Rugby World Cup and there's no doubt Eddie will have England at their best come July."

eToro England Series

Wallabies v England, Saturday 2 July, 5:55pm AWST/7:55pm AEST at Optus Stadium, Perth

Wallabies v England, Saturday 9 July, 7:55pm AEST at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Wallabies v England, Saturday 16 July, 7:55pm AEST at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

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