The Steinlager Series returns once again in June and will provide All Blacks fans with the opportunity to see the men in black take the field for the first time in 2018. Northern Hemisphere wildcards France will make the trip to our shores to take part in 3 test matches against the All Blacks.
2017 saw a refreshed Investec Rugby Championship with the level of competition at its all-time best. While the All Blacks once again finished top of the table, the 2017 season will be remembered for 2 key games: The narrow win in Cape Town and the loss against old rivals Australia in Brisbane.
There is no doubt we will see the same level of Rugby in 2018. With the Rugby World Cup looming in 2019, 2018 presents an opportunity for each team to begin their preparations for the tournament. Each game will have an added edge as each team looks to establish physical and psychological advantage.
Catch the All Blacks at home in Auckland, Nelson, and Wellington or join us on tour in Sydney, South Africa, and Argentina. The big draw includes a Bledisloe Cup clash in Tokyo! Our packages include match tickets and a range of accommodation and travel options, as well as unique experiences and events that you won’t find anywhere else.
The game that has stirred up so much debate over the last few years in finally scheduled for 2018: All Blacks vs England. Both teams have been in outstanding form over the past couple of years, with England climbing the rankings to sit just behind the All Blacks. A top of the rankings clash is always an intriguing concept especially as we head into a World Cup year.
If that’s not enough, the All Blacks will follow up with a trip across to Dublin and then to Italy to round off the tour.
By providing flights, transfers, accommodation and more, All Blacks Tours will take the hassle out of touring and get you closer to the action than ever before.
As well as guaranteed great rugby, you’ll enjoy access to exclusive on-tour experiences, events and official merchandise that will make your friends and family jealous (unless they come too).
Please note: All Blacks Tours must sell match tickets accompanied with accommodation or flights.