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the Australia Wallabies confirmed their 2024 incoming test schedule

the Wallaroos and Wallabies double header on July 6th, which Australia Wallabies Rugby confirms its incoming Test fixtures for 2024, highlights an action-packed international season on home soil.

The Wallabies will play in Australia’s four most populous cities this year, and on July 6, Sydney’s Allianz Stadium will host the first Test match between the two teams. This will mark the Wallabies’ first visit to home ground in over ten years.

The game will take place at the same location as the Wallaroos versus Fijiana match. The gold-clad women will be hoping to expand on their successful 2023 campaign, which included victories over France and Wales in the first WXV competition.

The Wallaroos will play in the 2024 Pacific Four Series before the Fijiana Test. On May 11 at Allianz Stadium, they will play the United States of America, and on May 17, at AAMI Park in Melbourne, they will play Canada. These double headers will be Super Rugby Pacific matches.

On July 14, in the second O’Reilly Cup Test of 2024, the team will play their final inbound international match against the current Rugby World Cup winners, New Zealand, at the newly reconstructed Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane. This will be the team’s fourth Test played on home soil in a calendar year.

One week from now, on Saturday, July 13, at Melbourne’s AAMI Park, the Australia Wallabies will play their second Test against Wales in an attempt to bounce back from a dismal 2023 campaign. To win the James Bevan Trophy again, the Wallabies must defeat Warren Gatland’s team in the series.

The Wallabies will play another 2023 Rugby World Cup Pool C opponent in Georgia at Allianz Stadium one week from now. The Wallabies and the Lelos will meet for the first time ever outside of a Rugby World Cup.

The 2024 Rugby Championship will see the Wallabies play South Africa twice in Australia, with the first match taking place at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on August 10. This is a huge victory for Australian rugby fans.

After that, the teams will travel across the nation, with the return encounter against Siya Kolisi’s Springboks scheduled for Saturday, August 17, at Perth’s Optus Stadium.

On September 21, 2024, New Zealand will play their first Bledisloe Cup Test in Sydney’s Accor Stadium, following the Wallabies’ sixth and last Test on home soil that year. The All Blacks’ most recent match at Harbour City took place in 2020.

Optus Stadium is a fantastic location for this big game, especially because nonstop flights from Johannesburg to Perth will resume in August, enabling South African rugby fans to visit our state.

We are excited that thousands of supporters from outside our state will be attending the Australia Wallabies game, which is expected to be a huge event between two prestigious rugby nations.

Australia Wallabies 2024 home test schedule:

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