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Wallabies fixtures 2022: Full Australian rugby union Test draw

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The Wallabies fixtures are generally spread out into three groups of Tests, the July Tests, Rugby Championship (within which the Bledisloe Cup takes place), and the Spring Tour.

The Wallabies fixtures for 2022 are still being finalised but we do know that the team is locked in to play a three-Test home series against England in July and two-Test away series against Argentina in August.

Optus Stadium in Perth has picked up an England Test after the city missed out on a Bledisloe Cup match last year after a last minute withdrawal from the New Zealand side due to border concerns with COVID.

The Wallabies have also been scheduled to play two Tests against Argentina in early August 2022. At the current time of publishing, it is expected that these two matches will be played on 7th and 13th August respectively and will form the opening two rounds of the Rugby Championship for this year. The rest of the Rugby Championship fixtures have been announced but there are still some of the finer details to confirmed.

We’ll bring you all the remaining fixtures and details as they’re announced.


All times are in AEST.

2022 Wallabies Matches

Opponent Venue Date Time Broadcast
England Optus Stadium, Perth July 2 7:55pm Nine, Stan Sports
England Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane July 9 7:55pm
England Sydney Cricket Ground July 16 7:55pm
Argentina Estadio Malvinas, Mendoza Sun Aug 7 TBC TBC
Argentina Estadio del Bicentenario, San Juan Sun Aug 14 TBC
South Africa Adelaide Oval Sat Aug 27 TBC TBC
South Africa TBC Sat Sep 3 TBC
New Zealand Marvel Stadium, Melbourne Thur Sep 15 TBC TBC
New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland Sat Sep 24 TBC
Scotland Murrayfield Sun Oct 30 TBC

2021 Wallabies results

All times are AEDT (Sydney/Melbourne time)


The Wallabies kicked off their international campaign with a tense 2-1 series win over France, but they were then embarrassed by the All Blacks in a comprehensive 3-0 Bledisloe Cup series sweep.

However, they then surprised the rugby world with back-to-back wins over the Springboks and completed an impressive Rugby Championship with victory over Argentina.

Unfortunately, the Aussie team couldn’t continue their success in the Spring Tour with just one win against Japan and three losses against Scotland, England and Wales.

Date Competition Result
Jul 7 July Tests Australia 23 def. France 21
Jul 13 France 33 def. Australia 30
Jul 17 Australia 33 def. France 30
Aug 7 Bledisloe Cup New Zealand 33 def. Australia 25
Aug 14 Bledisloe Cup/
Rugby Championship
New Zealand 57 def. Australia 22
Sep 5 New Zealand 38 def. Australia 21
Sep 12 Rugby Championship Australia 28 def. South Africa 26
Sep 18 Australia 30 def. South Africa 17
Sep 25 Australia 27 def. Argentina 8
Oct 2 Australia 32 def. Argentina 17
Oct 23 Spring Tour Australia 32 def. Japan 23
Nov 8 Scotland 15 def. Australia 13
Nov 14 England 32 def. Australia 15
Nov 21 Wales 29 def. Australia 28