New Zealand Tickets
The New Zealand national rugby team is considered to be the most accomplished rugby team in history and all of this is down to their amazing dominance of the sport over the years. Rugby was introduced to the country over a hundred and forty years ago and they played their first international game in 1903. They have taken part in every Rugby World Cup to date and have managed to win the tournament three times, including the last two consecutive editions. If you want to see them add even more titles to their collection, then you have to keep up with their games. If you just book your New Zealand tickets you too can get the chance to see them play live at the Soldier Field Stadium.
New Zealand Tickets
- Sat Sep 21 2019Buy Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 4: New Zealand vs. South Africa, International Stadium Yokohama Tickets for Sat Sep 21 2019 Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 4: New Zealand vs. South Africa, International Stadium Yokohama tickets for 09/21 06:45 PM International Stadium Yokohama
- Sat Sep 21 2019
- Wed Oct 02 2019Buy Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 20: New Zealand vs. TBD, Oita Stadium Tickets for Wed Oct 02 2019 Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 20: New Zealand vs. TBD, Oita Stadium tickets for 10/02 07:15 PM Oita Stadium
- Wed Oct 02 2019
- Sun Oct 06 2019Buy Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 27: New Zealand vs. TBD, Tokyo Stadium Tickets for Sun Oct 06 2019 Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 27: New Zealand vs. TBD, Tokyo Stadium tickets for 10/06 01:45 PM Tokyo Stadium
- Sun Oct 06 2019
Sports have been an important part of human society for a very long time and the popular ones have been adopted by multiple countries around the world. One of the most famous international sports today is rugby, which has been receiving a lot of attention recently, with several new national teams coming to the fore in the past few years. This is one of the toughest games in the world and requires players to be in supreme physical condition as well as ready to take risks and put their bodies on the line.
Blow the whistle
Of all the top rugby teams in the world, the New Zealand National rugby union team is widely considered to be the best of all time. Known as the All Blacks, they have made a name for themselves due to their all-action displays on the field, as well as their dominance of almost all international tournaments they have been part of.
They have also been known for developing some of the greatest players the game has ever seen, who have helped them win several major titles, including the last Rugby World Cup in 2015. Now that they are getting ready to head out on to the field once again, here is your chance to watch them in action as well. Just book your New Zealand tickets and enjoy their game, live at the Soldier Field Stadium.
Eyes on the prize
Charles Monroe had been studying at the Christ's College in Finchley, England when he first came across the sport of rugby. He was instantly drawn to it and when he returned to his native New Zealand in 1870, he had learned enough to start promoting it around the country. It did not take too long to catch on and the first officially recorded game took place later that same year, between the Nelson Club and the Nelson College.
Within the next decade the game went through a remarkable expansion and in 1879 the Canterbury Rugby Football Union was founded, the first rugby union in the country. Three years later, the New South Wales team became the first international rugby side to visit the country and they played a series of games against provincial sides, as a national team had not been set up as yet. However, only two years later a team had been set up, and they travelled to New South Wales for their first international tour, where they played eight games in total, winning each one.
That incredible success added to rugby’s popularity in New Zealand and as a result the level of players being developed also went up. By 1892 the New Zealand Rugby Football Union had been set up, and the first official national team was formed as well. They played their first official test match in 1903, against their bitter rivals, Australia, and managed to walk away with a victory.
Moving towards victory
The New Zealand national rugby team is considered among the best in the world and it is all down to their supreme performances out on the field. They regularly take part in two major tournaments, the Rugby World Cup and the Tri Nations, which is now known as the Rugby Championship. They made their first appearance at the World Cup in its inaugural edition back in 1987 and managed to win it by beating France in the final. They have since added more titles to their collection, including the last two consecutive rugby World Cups, in 2011 and 2015. They have additionally won thirteen Rugby Championships.
Very soon the New Zealand national rugby team will have to face Ireland on the field. The two sides have faced each other twenty eight times before, with Ireland managing only one win to date. They will have to do something really special this time around to add to that solitary triumph. If you want to see the mighty All Blacks in action, then here is your chance. Just book your New Zealand tickets and enjoy the game, live at the Soldier Field Stadium.
New Zealand Venues
- Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 4: New Zealand vs. South Africa International Stadium Yokohama
- Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 20: New Zealand vs. TBD Oita Stadium
- Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 27: New Zealand vs. TBD Tokyo Stadium
- Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 34: New Zealand vs. Italy Toyota Stadium - Aichi
New Zealand Cities
- Oita OT
- Tokyo TK
- Toyota City AI
- Yokohama KN
New Zealand Tickets Prices
The average price for New Zealand Tickets start from $683. The minimum get in price is $448 for New Zealand Tickets at the International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 4: New Zealand vs. South Africa||Yokohama||21-Sep-19||$683||$448|
|Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 20: New Zealand vs. TBD||Oita||2-Oct-19||$683||$448|
|Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 27: New Zealand vs. TBD||Tokyo||6-Oct-19||$683||$448|
|Rugby World Cup: Pool B - Match 34: New Zealand vs. Italy||Toyota City||12-Oct-19||$683||$448|
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