Catch the Black Ferns in action throughout the Pacific Four Series

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Hosted in New Zealand over three match days on 6, 12 and 18 June, the Pacific Four Series will see four of the world’s top women’s 15s teams – New Zealand, Australia, Canada and USA – go head-to-head as sides continue their build-up to Rugby World Cup 2021.

 

The Pacific Four Series will see the Black Ferns compete in an international test match on home soil for the first time since August 2019 and fans are urged to secure their tickets fast to avoid disappointment.

 

Tickets start at just NZ$5 for children and NZ$10 for adults and all match days will include a double header so fans can witness all four teams competing at each location.

 

The Pacific Four Series will also be staged at two official Rugby World Cup venues – Waitakere Stadium and Northland Events Centre – as well as the Tauranga Domain, giving fans a real taste of the excitement and action they can expect to see on display when Rugby World Cup is played in New Zealand from 8 October to 12 November.

 

As well as providing an opportunity for four Rugby World Cup 2021 qualified teams to gain meaningful game time in the lead-up to the pinnacle tournament, the Pacific Four Series is one of the principle annual qualification routes for the top tier of WXV, with the top three-placed teams competing in WXV 1 and the fourth-placed team competing in WXV 2 from 2023 onwards.

 

 

Get your tickets HERE.

 

Pacific Four Series 2022 match schedule: 

 

Monday 6 June, 2022. KO 12:15 local time  
Canada v USA
Tauranga Domain, Tauranga

 

Monday 6 June, 2022. KO 14:45 local time
New Zealand v Australia
Tauranga Domain, Tauranga


   
Sunday 12 June, 2022. KO 12:15 local time  
USA v Australia  
The Trusts Arena, Waitakere, Auckland

 

Sunday 12 June, 2022. KO 14:45 local time  
Canada v New Zealand   
The Trusts Arena, Waitakere, Auckland

 

Saturday 18 June. KO 13:30 local time  
Australia v Canada  
Semenoff Stadium, Whangarei  

 

Saturday 18 June, KO 16:00 local time  
New Zealand v USA 
Semenoff Stadium, Whangarei

 

Rugby World Cup tournament info HERE.

 

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