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HSBC Sevens 2020 Tickets

2020 HSBC New Zealand Sevens going on sale today
The 2020 HSBC New Zealand Sevens at FMG Stadium Waikato is Auckland Anniversary weekend (25-26 January) next year with new features on and off the field including an exciting new tournament format.

Two-day tickets from $20 for kids, $107 for adults

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Fixtures & Results

All Blacks VS Australia
36 - 0
Eden Park, Auckland
South Africa VS Argentina
24 - 18
Pretoria, South Africa
All Blacks VS Tonga
92 - 7
FMG Stadium, Hamilton
All Blacks VS South Africa
Yokahama
All Blacks VS Canada
Oita
All Blacks VS Namibia
Tokyo
All Blacks VS Italy
Toyota

Show us how you Back Black

#BackBlack and you could win a trip to Japan
Just upload a video or photo before 11:59pm on 30 August 2019 and you could win an All Blacks Tours Finals Pack - a trip for two to the quarters, semis and final in Japan. You could also have your video or photo featured as part of our campaign! The winning entry will be judged on originality and effort.

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All Blacks Coaching Clinics

Take your game to the next level with the All Blacks Clinics.
Each year, clinics are run at locations world wide in partnership with local rugby clubs and sports organisations.

Every clinic is different, with most featuring former All Blacks players and New Zealand rugby coaches in multi-day high performance sports facilities. Clinics will cover technical and tactical skills, strength and conditioning advice, nutrition and mental skills coaching.

Live and train like an All Black at an All Blacks Clinic. Dates and locations for 2020 will be updated as they are confirmed.

If you are involved with a rugby club or sports organisation wanting to host an All Blacks Clinic, please contact Andrew Norman by clicking Email Us below


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The Haka

Origins and History of the Haka
For most non-Maori New Zealanders today their knowledge of the Haka is perhaps limited to that most performed of Haka called "Ka mate, Ka mate", which was composed by Ngati Toa Chieftain Te Rauparaha around 1820. Many sports teams and individuals travelling from New Zealand overseas tend to have the haka "Ka mate" as part of their programme.