How to buy Autumn International rugby tickets

Since this year's Autumn International fixtures were first announced, rugby has been severely disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.

The major Southern Hemisphere teams are now unlikely to make the trip North, so the previously announced autumn fixtures look set to be replaced with a new schedule.

World Rugby has approved a temporary international test window between 24th October and the first weekend of December. This will enable the 2020 Six Nations to be concluded and a new series of Autumn Internationals to be scheduled.

As yet, it remains unclear how many fans will be permitted to attend this year's Autumn International fixtures. This will depend on what restrictions are in place within each country or region.

Fans that have bought tickets for the original fixtures are advised to contact their point of purchase for information relating to refunds or alternative arrangements.



England

Rugby Football Union (RFU): England were originally due to play four Autumn Internationals (vs New Zealand, Argentina, Tonga and Australia) at Twickenham in November 2020.

Follow this link to the England Rugby Official Ticketing website for further information and updates.



Ireland

Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU): Ireland were originally due to play three Autumn Internationals (vs Australia, South Africa and Japan) at the Aviva Stadium in November 2020.

Follow this link to the IRFU website for further information and updates.



Scotland

Scottish Rugby Union (SRU): Scotland were originally due to play three Autumn Internationals (vs Argentina, Japan and New Zealand) at BT Murrayfield in November 2020.

Follow this link to the Scottish Rugby Online Ticket Centre for further information and updates.



Wales

Welsh Rugby Union (WRU): Wales were originally due to play four Autumn Internationals (vs Fiji, New Zealand, Argentina and South Africa) at the Principality Stadium in November 2020.

With the Principality Stadium currently hosting the Dragon's Heart hospital, it has been confirmed that Wales will not be playing any games at the venue for the remainder of this year.

Follow this link to the WRU Official Online Ticket Office for further information and updates.