Argentina vs. New Zealand LIVE play this Saturday, July 8 for date 1 of the Rugby Championship 2023. The Pumas face again the annual tournament that brings together the best teams in the southern hemisphere and, for this, they will face the current champion in their debut in what will also be an important test for the 2023 World Cup.
Argentina vs. New Zealand LIVE: The big day for Los Pumas is here!
A day full of rugby! The Pumas will clash with the All Blacks for the Rugby Championship at 4.10 pm in Argentina.
Argentina vs. New Zealand LIVE: welcome!
Watch Argentina’s Rugby Championship match against New Zealand
In this abridged version of the Rugby Championship, the cast led by Michael Cheika will count from the beginning with those players who played the most recent season in France and other countries. The ambition of the Argentines is to repeat the surprise victory they gave to the All Blacks in the previous edition, only this time in front of their audience.
What time does Argentina vs. New Zealand play for the Rugby Championship?
The start time of Argentina vs. New Zealand rugby match will be as follows, depending on where you are:
Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil: 4.10 p.m.
Miami, Chile, Paraguay and Bolivia: 3.10 p.m.
Peru and Colombia: 2.10 p.m.
Spain and Italy: 9.10 p.m.
Where to watch Argentina vs. New Zealand LIVE for the Rugby Championship?
The debut of Los Pumas will be seen LIVE through the following signals:
Argentina and all of South America (except Brazil and Chile): ESPN and Star Plus
Chile: ESPN 4 and Star Plus
You can also follow all the incidences of the rugby match Argentina vs. New Zealand ONLINE FREE.
Argentina vs. New Zealand: Rugby match line-ups confirmed
Argentina: Gallo, Montoya, Sordoni; Alemanno, Lavanini; Matera, Gonzalez, Bruni; Bertranou, S. Carreras; M. Carreras, Cinti, Moroni, Delguy, Boffelli.
New Zealand: De Groot, cabbages, Lomax; S. Barrett, Lord; Frizell, Cane, Savea; Smith, McKenzie; Clarke, Barrett J, Ioane, Narawa, Beauden.
2023 Rugby Championship Fixture
The 2023 edition of the Rugby Championship will consist of only three dates, due to the proximity of the 2023 World Cup. These are the matches for each of the days:
South Africa v. South Africa Australia – Saturday 08/07 – 12.05 pm
Argentina vs. New Zealand – Saturday 08/07 – 4.10 p.m.
New Zealand v. New Zealand South Africa – Saturday 15/07 – 4.05 a.m.
Argentina vs. Argentina Australia – Saturday 15/07 – 6.45 a.m.
Australia vs. New Zealand – Saturday 29/07 – 6.45 a.m.
Argentina vs. Argentina South Africa – Saturday 29/07 – 12.05 p.m.