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It’s the big one – the All Blacks are in town for the first time in two years and for an inaugural visit since dublin were crowned the undisputed kings of the Northern Hemisphere. worry not – here are the details of where to watch Ireland vs All Blacks.

New Zealand v Ireland live stream: How to watch the 2022 Test series

2022 All Blacks vs Ireland Rugby Live Stream

November Test series  Ireland vs New Zealand | IRE v NZ Rugby
Venue  Dublin – Auckland – Dublin.
Date & time  July 2022
Television  SKY Sports & Foxtel Now
Streaming WATCH HERE

If you can’t watch it – or, let’s face it, if you can – follow it on Balls: we are live-blogging it and will have the best of the action and reaction . In addition to hosting the All Blacks again in November 2021, Ireland are in line to tour New Zealand for a three-Test series in 2022. It will be Ireland’s first trek there in a decade.

ireland vs all blacks

Should history be a guide, the outcome of next year’s series will not be determined by the quality of the teams but heavily by the timing, which always favours the All Blacks.

Ireland have every chance to capture a Six Nations title this season, but it will be a brutal chase with away fixtures against heavyweights France and England. The bulk of the Irish squad will then be chasing a fifth European title with Leinster. The further they go in that tournament, the more harm they do to having a successful New Zealand tour.

Where to watch All Blacks vs Ireland Rugby? 

The game is live once again on RTE Two here in Ireland. UK viewers can catch it live on Channel 4. RTE’s build-up begins at 6pm, while Channel 4’s kicking off ten minutes later. The game itself kicks-off at 7pm.

Summer Rugby is an international 2022 mid-year rugby union tournament. The tournament takes place in the Southern Hemisphere in July. It is going to be an international tournament starting with the fixtures in May 2022. Check Below Summer Rugby Internationals 2022 Fixtures.

There are going to be various test series and fixtures rolling out with the matches for the season. The previous season of the tournament had issues rolling out the fixtures due to the Covid-19 pandemic hitting the nations.

After securing their third victory over the All Blacks in five years, Ireland will attempt to take down the last bastion of All Blacks supremacy – a series victory in New Zealand – next July.

Kiwi officials are reportedly in talks with their Irish counterparts in Dublin to schedule a three-test tour of New Zealand in July of 2022.

It is expected the trip will be rubber-stamped, with both nations keen to continue to build on their rivalry which was ignited by the Chicago upset achieved by Joe Schmidt’s men in 2016 and will be continued in this weekend’s battle of the hemispheres in Dublin. Ireland are also scheduled to host the All Blacks in November of 2021.

Watch Ireland vs All Blacks live stream in New Zealand

Sky Sport is showing the Ireland vs All Blacks game in New Zealand, with kick-off set for 6pm NZST on Sunday evening. Coverage starts at 5.30pm.

Sky Sport subscribers can live stream the game via the Sky Go service, while cord-cutters and anyone else can try the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform – where a weekly pass costs just $19.99. The service is showing every Rugby NZ v Irish match.

UK: watch a New Zealand vs Ireland live stream

Sky Sports has you covered for all three New Zealand vs Ireland Test matches. Check out today’s best Sky TV deals.

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Aussies in the UK can use a VPN(opens in a new tab) to watch free with a Stan Sport 7-day trial. See details above. 

USA: watch a New Zealand vs Ireland live stream

FloRugby has bagged the rights to the New Zealand vs Ireland live stream in the USA.

Fans can sign up to FloRugby for $29.99 per month or $150 for the year. You’ll find FloRugby apps available on most smart devices including iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Apple TV.

South Africa: New Zealand vs Ireland live stream

As ever, SuperSport is the place to watch Ireland’s tour of New Zealand in South Africa. The African online sports channel will broadcast the games via its DStv satellite platform.

Saturday, 2nd July 2022
New Zealand vs Ireland in Auckland – live on Sky Sports Action from 7.30 am BST

Saturday, 9th July 2022
New Zealand vs Ireland in Dunedin – live on Sky Sports Action from 7.30 am BST

Tuesday, 12th July 2022
Maori All Blacks vs Ireland in Wellington – live on Sky Sports Action from 8 am BST

Saturday, 16th July 2022
New Zealand vs Ireland in Wellington – live on Sky Sports Action from 7.30 am BST

When is New Zealand v Ireland?

New Zealand v Ireland will take place on Saturday 9th July 2022.

The game takes place at Forsyth Barr Stadium, the 31,000-capacity ground in Dunedin.

What time is kick-off?

New Zealand v Ireland will kick off at 8:05 am.

You should also check out Australia v England, taking place in Brisbane this weekend too.

What TV channel is New Zealand v Ireland on?

You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Action and Main Event from 7:30 am.

You can add the Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football channels for just £18 per month combined or pick up the complete sports package for just £25 per month.

Joe Schmidt, who coached Ireland from 2013-2019 and led them to their first-ever victory over the All Blacks – one that took 29 attempts and 111 years to achieve – has been preparing New Zealand this week because of a Covid outbreak that’s struck down head coach Ian Foster, and centers David Havili and Jack Goodhue, among others.

The All Blacks haven’t lost a home match since September 2018, but they’ve come under fire after *only* winning 12 of their 15 fixtures last year, their worst return since 2009. Two-time World Player of the Year Beauden Barrett will start at fly-half, with Richie Mo’unga having to start on the bench after dealing with an illness. Leicester Fainga’anuku makes his long-awaited international debut.

New Zealand head coach Ian Foster has named six uncapped players for the 1st Test. Prop Aidan Ross, fly-half Stephen Perofeta, scrum-half Folau Fakatava, flanker Pita Gus Sowakula, centre Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and wing Leicester Fainga’anuku are set to make their official debuts for the All Blacks. Joe Moody, Anton Lienert-Brown and Ethan Blackadder are out with injuries.

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