Test match Rugby will return to Canberra for the first time in more than four years, when the Wallabies take on Argentina’s Pumas on 2 October as part of the eToro Rugby Championship.
Tickets will go on general sale for the Test match in Canberra on Friday 23 July at 10am AEST for the eToro Rugby Championship.
Rugby Australia CEO Andy Marinos said: “Rugby fans across Australia are once again in for a festival of Rugby with the 2021 Rugby Championship being played in Australia and New Zealand. I want to acknowledge and thank SANZAAR CEO Brendan Morris as well as our SANZAAR joint venture partners for the pragmatic and proactive approach in ensuring that the 2021 eToro Rugby Championship goes ahead amidst the continued impact of the pandemic on International Rugby.
“I would also like to thank our government partners and health authorities for their continued diligence and partnership in ensuring the competition will be safe for all players, staff and fans.
ACT Deputy Chief Minister Yvette Berry said: “The ACT Government is excited to be working with Rugby Australia to support the return of international Rugby to Canberra. Canberrans love having world-class sport at their doorsteps.
“An event like this delivers a boost to our local economy and is a special opportunity to inspire our thriving sports community to become the next generation of sporting legends,” Berry said.
Hospitality packages will soon be available. To make a booking or enquire please contact the Hospitality Team on 02 6256 6700 or email us at GIOCanberraStadiumHospitality@act.gov.au
Tickets on sale for eToro Rugby Championship
Telstra pre-sale from 12pm Tuesday 20 July
General Public from 10am Friday 23 July
Australian reps Nic White & Scott Sio announce the Wallabies match on their Brumbies home ground at GIO Stadium Canberra.