The Wallabis will have the honor of hosting its first international event at Sydney’s new Allianz Stadium on September 3 when world champions South Africa face off.
The blockbuster rugby championship test at the 42,500-capacity venue will come a week after the Springbox game at the Adelaide Oval.
Andy Marinos, chief executive of Rugby Australia, said: “We are thrilled to host the first ever international event at the new Allianz Stadium.
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“Wallabies fighting the world champion Springbox in front of 40,000 fans is going to be an amazing experience, and I’m sure those who attend will never forget.
“I would like to thank the NSW government for their support in organizing the Tests and congratulate them on building a truly world-class stadium here in Sydney.”
Tickets go on sale to the general public on June 20.
The Wallabies will begin their 2022 campaign with a three-Test series against England in July.
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