Australia National Rugby Union Team Tickets
Australia National Rugby Union Team - tournament-winning Wallabies
Winners of international rugby's biggest tournament on no less than two occasions, Australia National Rugby Union Team are one of the sport's most successful nations. You can both buy and sell Australia National Rugby Union Team tickets on StubHub.
World Ranking Top 10 ever-presents
Nicknamed the Wallabies, Australia played their first international match in 1899 against a touring British Isles team and eight years later played their first test against New Zealand Rugby. The country established themselves as a dominant force in the game during the 1980s, a period in which they defeated all four Home Nations to win the Grand Slam, won several Bledisloe Cups, and finished fourth in the inaugural world tournament. Australia went three places better in the 1991 event, beating England Rugby Union in the final, and comfortably defeated France Rugby Union in 1999 to lift the trophy for a second time. In the early ‘00s, they picked up their first ever Tri-Nations Cup, won their first series against the British and Irish Lions, and finished runner-up in the 2003 world tournament. They have since reached the last eight on no less than three occasions and been a Top 10 ever-present in the World Rankings. Don't miss out on the chance to see the Wallabies in action and purchase your Australia National Rugby Union Team tickets on StubHub.
A team of many home grounds
Australia National Rugby Union Team have played their home games at various grounds over the years, including Brisbane's Lang Park, Melbourne's Docklands Stadium, Perth's Optus Stadium, and Sydney's ANZ Stadium. The latter boasts a capacity of more than 83,000 and is one of many grounds that was used for the world tournament the country staged in 2003. Whatever the venue, Australia's vocal crowd guarantees an exciting atmosphere from the moment that the Wallabies walk onto the pitch. Famous names to have pulled on the famous gold jersey over the years include their most-capped player George Gregan, world tournament winning captains Nick Farr-Jones and John Earls, and highest test points scorer Michael Lynagh, as well as fellow World Rugby Hall of Famers Nick Shehadie, David Campese and John Thornett, while notable coaches include Bob Dwyer, Rod Macqueen and Roger Vanderfield. If you haven't yet seen the Wallabies in full flow, then take a look at the various Australia National Rugby Union Team tickets currently on offer at StubHub.
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