Barbarians v New Zealand

Date:

Venue: Twickenham Stadium, London

Kick Off: 3:00pm

Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)

The Barbarians will take on the New Zealand All Blacks at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 4th November in celebration of the NZRU's 125th anniversary. The winner will be awarded the Killik Cup.

The match will renew one of rugby's most historic rivalries. It was during the sides' 1973 contest that Gareth Edwards famously scored that try, helping the Barbarians to a 23-11 victory at Cardiff Arms Park.

The Barbarians will be coached by former Australia head coach Robbie Deans, plus England World Cup winner Will Greenwood and the Crusaders head coach Scott Robertson.

The Baa-Baas and the All Blacks have played each other on a total of 10 occasions since their first meeting in 1954. New Zealand have won seven of those matches, whilst the Barbarians have won two matches. There was also one draw between the two sides in 1974.

Barbarians v New Zealand - Autumn International Tickets

Tickets for the Barbarians v New Zealand autumn international match went on general sale on Wednesday 10th May via the Ticketmaster website, priced from £55 (Adult) and £35 (Junior) plus booking fees. Tickets may also be available from fan-to-fan ticket exchange websites, however, prices may be higher than face value.

Ticketmaster Official Ticket Agency From £55.00 +fees
GetMeIn Fan-to-Fan Ticket Exchange From £49.94 +20% fees
Seatwave Fan-to-Fan Ticket Exchange From £85.00 +20% fees

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Venue Information - Twickenham Stadium, London

Twickenham Stadium, 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW2 7BA

RFU Main Reception: 0871 222 2120 | RFU Ticket Office: 0871 222 2017

Stadium Capacity: 82,000