Ireland's fixtures for autumn series unveiled

Ireland will be playing four games in November
Ireland will be playing four games in November
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The Irish Rugby Football Union has unveiled the fixtures for Ireland's upcoming autumn series which will kick-off on 8th November.

Andy Farrell's men will kick-start their home series campaign with a clash against the All Blacks on 8th November. The two teams last met during the quarter-final of last year's Rugby World Cup which New Zealand went on to win.

Following the game against New Zealand, they will be facing Argentina on 15th November before locking horns with Fiji on 23rd November.

The series will conclude with a game against Joe Schmidt led Australia on 30th November which will also be Irish Rugby’s 150th Anniversary Challenge match.

“We look forward to testing ourselves against some of the most exciting teams in the world, with whom Ireland has such strong traditions and rivalries," said head coach Farrell.

"It promises to be a series to remember.”

Ireland's Fixtures for Autumn Series:

8th November - Ireland v New Zealand
15th November - Ireland v Argentina
23rd November - Ireland v Fiji
30th November - Ireland v Australia


Ireland Fixtures