The 2021 season brings for you the double event excitement, as Super Rugby will be held two times during the 2021 season. Today, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and Australian Rugby (RA) declared a 6-week Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman competition that will begin on May 14.
2021 Super Rugby Trans-Tasman will include 10 Super Rugby clubs, five from New Zealand and five from Australia, both nations will play a total of 25 matches in the five weeks. The Super Rugby final will happen on Saturday, 19 June. All super rugby 26 matches will be a live broadcast and exclusively on Sky. Don’t miss to watch Super Rugby Trans-Tasman 2021 live stream and full match replay at Superrugbyonline.net.
The Crusaders, Hurricanes, Blues, Highlanders, and the Chiefs will compete in five matches against Western Force, Brumbies, Queensland Reds, Melbourne Rebels, and NSW Waratahs, each team will play two home games in New Zealand.
All teams will also take part in two away games, and the fifth team will take part in the Super Round, where all of the third round games will be played in one place over the weekend.
Australian Rugby and New Zealand Rugby will announce the time, date, and location of the Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman and the process by which the Super Round location will be selected in due course.
After the five-week games, the final will be played on the combined competition ladder between the two best teams, whereby the team has achieved the first home advantage for the decider.
Sky Super Rugby Trans-Tasman is a good result for fans on both sides of the Tasman, and it also proves the strong relationship between New Zealand rugby and Australian rugby.
Highlanders V/S Reds, Friday 14 May, Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, 7:05pm
Waratahs V/S Hurricanes, Friday 14 May, TBA, 9:45pm
Crusaders V/S Brumbies, Saturday 15 May, Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch, 7:05pm
Rebels V/S Blues, Saturday 15 May, AAMI Park, Melbourne, 9:45pm
Force V/S Chiefs, Saturday 15 May, HBF Park, Perth, 11:55pm
Hurricanes V/S Rebels, Friday 21 May, Sky Stadium, Wellington, 7:05pm
Force V/S Highlanders, Friday 21 May, HBF Park, Perth, 9:45pm
Blues V/S Waratahs, Saturday 22 May, Eden Park, Auckland, 4:35pm
Chiefs V/S Brumbies, Saturday 22 May, FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton, 7:05pm
Reds V/S Crusaders, Saturday 22 May, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, 9:45pm
Round 3 - Super Round
Brumbies V/S Blues
Hurricanes V/S Force
Rebels V/S Highlanders
Reds V/S Chiefs
Waratahs V/S Crusaders
Crusaders V/S Force, Friday 4 June, Orangetheory Stadium, Christchurch, 7:05pm
Reds V/S Blues, Friday 4 June, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, 9:45pm
Chiefs V/S Rebels, Saturday 5 June, FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton, 4:35pm
Highlanders V/S Waratahs, Saturday 5 June, Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, 7:05pm
Brumbies V/S Hurricanes, Saturday 5 June, GIO Stadium, Canberra, 9:45pm
Hurricanes V/S Reds, Friday 11 June, Sky Stadium, Wellington, 7:05pm
Brumbies V/S Highlanders, Friday 11 June, GIO Stadium, Canberra, 9:45pm
Rebels V/S Crusaders, Saturday 12 June, AAMI Park, Melbourne, 4:35pm
Blues V/S Force, Saturday 12 June, Eden Park, Auckland, 7:05pm
Waratahs V/S Chiefs, Saturday 12 June, TBA, 9:45pm
Saturday, 19 June