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Autumn Nations Series fixtures 2024 announced

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Autumn Internationals 2024

The 2024 fixtures for the Autumn Internationals are scheduled to begin on 2 November, with England and New Zealand kicking things off and setting the tone for what is set to be an exciting and nail-biting four weeks of world-class rugby.

The billing against southern hemisphere heavyweights New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa, as well as a final opponent yet to be determined, begins with an encounter against the All Blacks.

The ever-anticipated fixture is confirmed for Saturday 2 November 2024, the nations resuming their rivalry in south-west London after an entertaining 25-all draw in 2022.

The side continue their autumn schedule with a meeting against the Australia team (w/e 9 November), before meeting South Africa (w/e 16 November) with the final game played to be played on the weekend of 23 November.

Kick-off times and precise dates will be confirmed in the coming weeks.

Autumn Nations Series fixtures 2024

  • Saturday 2 November – England vs New Zealand
  • W/E 9 November – Australia vs England
  • W/E 16 November – England vs South Africa
  • W/E 23 November – Opponent TBC
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