All Blacks Rugby Live Stream 2022 Free NZ Rugby Online. Ireland’s five-match tour of New Zealand is exclusively live on Sky Sports; Three-Test series vs All Blacks and two matches vs Maori All Blacks; how and when you can watch the tour as Andy Farrell’s’ side travel to New Zealand looking for a first ever win on Kiwi soil this summer
In 2012 STH Group was exclusively appointed by New Zealand Rugby to manage the travel of its supporters under the brand “All Blacks Tours”.
The All Blacks are New Zealand’s national team and the most successful international men’s rugby side of all time with a winning percentage of 77% over 597 Tests from 1903 to 2022.
The All Blacks have three Rugby World Cups to their name, winning the inaugural trophy in 1987 and then again in 2011 and 2015.
All Blacks Tours offer a range of top-quality supporter tour options for all international fixtures that include accommodation, travel and official match tickets as well as access to unique tour events and merchandise.
Packages have included the Rugby World Cup 2015 and 2019, the DHL New Zealand Lions Series 2017 as well as the annual Steinlager Series, the Investec Rugby Championship, Bledisloe Cup and End of Year Tour.
All Blacks Tours also work in partnership with Air New Zealand to deliver a seamless travel service for All Black rugby fans as we transport them around the world to key rugby matches.
Everything you need to know and how to watch Ireland’s five-match tour of New Zealand, exclusively live on Sky Sports this July.
When are Ireland’s fixtures?
- New Zealand vs Ireland in Dunedin – Saturday, July 9 – live on Sky Sports Action from 7.30am
- Maori All Blacks vs Ireland in Wellington – Tuesday, July 12 – live on Sky Sports Action from 8am
- New Zealand vs Ireland in Wellington – Saturday, July 16 – live on Sky Sports Action from 7.30am
What happened last time Ireland toured New Zealand?
The last time Ireland toured New Zealand in 2012, they still had never beaten the All Blacks anywhere.
A 3-0 series defeat came, including an agonising last-gasp 22-19 loss in the second Test after a Dan Carter drop-goal with the clock in the red.
Since then, Ireland have gone on to beat the All Blacks three times: November 2016 in Chicago, November 2018 in Dublin, and, most recently, November 2021 in Dublin – the last meeting between the pair.
The All Blacks will want revenge, while Ireland will look to create more history.