Tickets will go on sale at 9am AEST tomorrow (Tuesday) for the blockbuster eToro France Series with three Tests across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
France will square off against the Wallabies for the Trophée des Bicentenaries, for their first tour down under in more than seven years.
The action kicks off at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday 7 July before shifting south to AAMI Park in Melbourne on Tuesday 13 July.
The eToro Test Series will wrap up in Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday 17 July for a doubleheader alongside the Buildcorp Wallaroos when they face Manusina, the Samoan National Women’s XVs side.
The Wallaroos will square off against Manusina in the PacificAus Sports Series, with the second Test to be played at Sydney’s Leichhardt Oval on Thursday 22 July.
The opening Test will also be the first time that the Wallabies wear their new Gold jersey featuring their new front of jersey partner Cadbury, with the team set to return to the colour of the 1991 Rugby World Cup-winning side following a vote by the general public and Australian Rugby royalty.
Rugby Australia Chief Executive Officer Andy Marinos said: “What an amazing Series we have in store. As we have seen the excitement build this year across all levels of our game, this will now give all our fans the opportunity to come out and support our Wallabies as they represent all of us in this exciting Test series.
“All eyes will be fixed on Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane with two of the biggest Rugby nations in the world enjoying a real renaissance.
"‘Les Bleus’ are rising through the World Rugby rankings once again, after impressing during this year’s Six Nations.
“Thank you again to the New South Wales, Victorian and Queensland Government for their support in making this Series possible,” Marinos said.
Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said Brisbane was home to one the world’s premier rectangular stadiums for Rugby.
“The Wallabies playing France is the icing on the cake for elite sport this winter at Suncorp Stadium,” Mr Hinchliffe said.
“We know world-class Rugby at a world-class stadium will always draw a bumper crowd in Brisbane for what could be the decider for the three-test series, “Mr Hinchliffe said.
“The last time the Wallabies played France at Suncorp Stadium in 2014, local and interstate Rugby fans poured almost $3 million into the Brisbane economy.
It’s Live! in Queenslandevents calendar will always back elite international sporting events because they support jobs, Queensland’s tourism industry and our economic recovery plan.
“Accommodation and the best seats in the house for international football events like this are always snapped up quickly, so if you’re in regional Queensland, interstate or across the Ditch, now’s the time to make your move for a first-class Brisbane sport and holiday experience.”
Every Wallabies and Wallaroos Test will be ad-free, live and on demand with extended coverage on Stan Sport.
Every home Wallabies Test will also be live, free-to-air on the Nine Network.
Hospitality packages are on sale now. Private suites, corporate boxes and functions are available for fans who want to enhance their Test match experience. Information on hospitality packages is available here.
eToro France Series
Wallabies v France, Wednesday 7 July, 8.00pm AEST at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Wallabies v France, Tuesday 13 July, 8.00pm AEST at AAMI Park, Melbourne
Wallabies v France, Saturday 17 July, 8.00pm AEST at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
PacificAus Sports Samoa Series
Buildcorp Wallaroos v Samoa, Saturday 17 July, 5.00pm AEST at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Buildcorp Wallaroos v Samoa, Thursday 22 July, 7.30pm AEST at Leichhardt Oval, Sydney
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