The rugby world is in anticipation as the British & Irish Lions have officially announced the schedule for their 2025 tour through Australia, promising a series of thrilling encounters that will undoubtedly capture the attention of fans around the globe. The tour includes three test matches against the Wallabies, repeating historical confrontations that have defined the rivalry between these two rugby powerhouses

The Schedule: A Monumental Journey
The 2025 tour will take the Lions across Australia, playing in some of the most iconic stadiums in world sport. They will kick off their adventure in Perth on June 28th against the Western Force at Optus Stadium, followed by matches against the Queensland Reds in Brisbane, the NSW Waratahs in Sydney, and will continue their journey through Canberra, Adelaide, and finally Melbourne, before the exciting tests against the Wallabies.

The tests are scheduled for the 19th and 26th of July, and the 2nd of August in Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney, respectively. Each city will offer a unique backdrop for these confrontations, hoping to draw large crowds and provide an unforgettable atmosphere for both players and fans.

A Challenge of Titans
The test matches against the Wallabies are, without doubt, the most anticipated of the tour. With confrontations planned in Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney, these tests will not only showcase the high level of international rugby but also provide an opportunity for the Lions to reaffirm their legend on Australian soil. These confrontations promise to be a spectacle of strength, strategy, and skill, where each team will seek to outdo the other in every aspect of the game.

2025 Lions Tour to Australia (kick-off times TBC)

  • June 28, Lions vs Western Force, Perth (Optus Stadium)
  • July 2, Lions vs Queensland Reds, Brisbane (Suncorp Stadium)
  • July 5, Lions vs NSW Waratahs, Sydney (Allianz Stadium)
  • July 9, Lions vs ACT Brumbies, Canberra (GIO Stadium)
  • July 12, Lions vs Invitational AU & NZ, Adelaide (Adelaide Oval)
  • July 19, 1st Test, Lions vs Wallabies, Brisbane (Suncorp Stadium)
  • July 22, Lions vs Melbourne Rebels, Melbourne (Marvel Stadium)
  • July 26, 2nd Test, Lions vs Wallabies, Melbourne (Melbourne Cricket Ground/MCG)
  • August 2, 3rd Test, Lions vs Wallabies, Sydney (Accor Stadium)

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