Wales to host Fiji, Australia and South Africa during autumn internationals

Aaron Wainwright in action for Wales v South Africa during 2023 summer series Wales will face the Springboks in Cardiff this autumn (David Davies/PA)

Wales will face world champions South Africa in November after announcing three autumn Tests at the Principality Stadium.

The Flying Fijians will be Wales' first opponents this autumn when they arrive in Cardiff on Sunday 10th November.

After hosting Wales for a two-Test series Down Under in July, the Wallabies will make the trip north to face Wales at the Principality Stadium on Sunday 17th November.

The final match of the series will see Wales tackle the Springboks on Saturday 23rd November.

WRU executive director of rugby Nigel Walker said: “This is an exciting Autumn Nations Series schedule for Wales, with fixtures against three key southern hemisphere opposition in quick succession.

“We look forward to welcoming Fiji, Australia and South Africa to the Principality Stadium this November as we celebrate the stadium’s 25th anniversary.”

It will be the first time since 2000 that Wales have played an autumn series consisting of only three matches, rather than the usual four matches.

Tickets for the autumn fixtures are expected to go on general sale on Thursday 6th June, with half-price tickets for under-18s.

Wales Autumn Internationals 2024 Fixtures

  • Wales v Fiji - Sunday 10th November 2024
  • Wales v Australia - Sunday 17th November 2024
  • Wales v South Africa - Saturday 23rd November 2024

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