The Wallabies will make history by hosting the first ever international event at Sydney’s brand new Allianz Stadium when they play South Africa on Saturday, September 3.
The world-class venue will hold 42,500 supporters and bring fans closer to the action than ever before, creating an unrivalled spectator experience.
Supporters will receive 100% rain cover in all seats, with clear sight-lines to the pitch, video screens and other spectator seating zones to enhance the event-day experience.
Improved accessibility will provide more opportunities for a diverse range of people of different ages, backgrounds, gender, and mobility to experience the Wallabies play live like never before.
Hospitality giant, Merivale, has come on board as the inaugural food and beverage partner at Allianz Stadium, which will take game day food and beverage options to another level at Sydney’s newest rectangular stadium.
The Wallabies will meet the World Champion Springboks two weeks in a row as part of the 2022 eToro Rugby Championship, with the sides clashing at the Adelaide Oval seven days earlier.
Rugby Australia CEO, Andy Marinos said: Rugby Australia CEO, Andy Marinos said: “We are extremely excited to be able to host the first ever international event at the new Allianz Stadium.”
“To have the Wallabies taking on the World Champion Springboks in front of over 40,000 supporters is going to be an amazing experience, and one I’m sure those in attendance will never forget.
“I would like to thank the NSW Government for their support in hosting the Test and congratulate them on what is a truly world class stadium built here in Sydney.”
Ticketing Information for The Rugby Championship
Wallabies First tickets on sale from 2pm AEST today.
Super Rugby Members tickets on sale from 12pm AEST tomorrow.
Team Rugby tickets on sale from Tuesday, 14 June from 12pm AEST.
General Public tickets on sale from Monday, 20 June, from 12pm AEST.
Tickets available at wallabies.rugby/tickets.
2022 eToro Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup Fixtures
Wallabies v Argentina, Saturday 6 August at Estadio Malvinas, Mendoza
Wallabies v Argentina, Saturday 13 August at Estadio del Bicentenario, San Juan
Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday 27 August at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Wallabies v South Africa, Saturday 3 September at Allianz Stadium, Sydney
Wallabies v New Zealand, Thursday 15 September at Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
Wallabies v New Zealand, Saturday 24 September at Eden Park, Auckland