The 2020 Rugby Championship fixtures have been confirmed as the tournament returns to its regular format that sees each side play each other twice.
the 2020 Rugby Championship draw is almost completely confirmed. Check out the full Rugby Championship fixtures here.
After being shortened last year, this year will see the Rugby Championship return to being a full six-round tournament.
The four nations – Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina – compete in a series of Tests to be crowned the greatest Southern Hemisphere nation. As always, the two Tests between Australia and New Zealand also double-up as the first two Bledisloe Cup Tests.
Rugby Championship fixtures 2020
8 August Australia vs New Zealand at Marvel Stadium
8 August South Africa vs Argentina at Ellis Park
15 August New Zealand vs Australia at Wellington Regional Stadium
15 August Argentina vs South Africa at Estadio San Juan del Bicentenario
29 August Australia vs South Africa at Optus Stadium
29 August New Zealand vs Argentina at FMG Stadium
5 September New Zealand vs South Africa at Eden Park
5 September Australia vs Argentina at McDonald Jones Stadium
19 September South Africa vs Australia at Loftus Versfeld
19 September Argentina vs New Zealand Estadio Malvinas Argentinas
26 September South Africa vs New Zealand at Mbombela Stadium
26 September Argentina vs Australia at Estadio Jose Amalfitani