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WHERE CAN I GET ALL BLACKS PROGRAMMES?

    22 Jun 2016

Match programmes make a great souvenir of the match and are also a great way for people who weren’t there to be part of a special rugby occasion.

Each programme in the 10-match DHL NZ LionsSeries will be unique, with the team lists for the match, squad information and features and fan information specific to the game.

Programmes are available to purchase at the match venue from merchandise outlets and from community groups. The timing of team namings means that programmes won’t be available outside the host city before or on the day of the match - because we include the team sheets we can't print and despatch them quickly enough to guarantee pre-match delivery.

They are also available to purchase exclusively from the All Blacks Online Megastore at www.allblacksshop.com from Tuesday 6 June as individual programmes or as a box set, which contains all the programmes and the Official Series Preview and Review. You can order in advance of the match with all deliveries being made in July. More information about delivery, including costs, will be available on the All Blacks Online Megastore website.

The programmes for the Provincial Barbarians, Super Rugby and Maori All Blacks matches are NZ$10.00 each.

The programmes for the All Blacks v Lions matches are $15.00 each. 

The pricing for box sets is still to be confimed (check back here for an update).

Official hospitality providers can send orders to programmes@nzrugby.co.nz. Please note that bulk orders that are not from official corporate hospitality providers at venue or from DHL NZ Lions Series official sponsors or partners may not get a response.

Recent New Zealand Rugby Programmes


A limited number of programmes from recent matches or Series may be available for All Blacks, Black Ferns and Maori All Blacks matches. Contact programmes@nzrugby.co.nz with the match or Series that you are looking for and we will let you know if it's available.

Updated 2 June 2017