It's time to grab those Super Rugby tickets for 2016 and see some of the Southern Hemisphere's best rugby clubs battling it out at iconic venues including Eden Park, Auckland, the Singapore National Stadium and the Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, the spiritual home of Japanese rugby.
The tournament features such legendary clubs as Australia’s Waratahs, New Zealand’s Crusaders, South Africa’s Bulls and recent additions, the Jaguares and Sunwolves from Argentina and Japan respectively. There can be little room for doubt that this competition is home to some of the finest club rugby in the world.
With the recent addition of Japanese and Argentine franchises, Sunwolves and Jaguares tickets have become increasingly popular with rugby fans! SANZAAR, Super Rugby’s governing body, has restructured the tournament’s format, setting up 4 conference groups of 4 teams to play out the season. Africa has been split into 2 conferences and includes the Sunwolves and Jaguares, while Australia and New Zealand will each host their own conference. Once the regular season is over, the top seeded teams are decided and the Wildcard finals are over, the Finals Series begins! Starting from the Quarter Finals, the elimination tournaments whittle down until we have our champion!
What will 2016 have in store for Super Rugby?
2016 is Singapore’s first year hosting matches as part of the Super Rugby competition;the city-state will play host to Tokyo's Sunwolves for their three matches in the Africa 1 Conference, yet the game will still be played in its traditional Southern heartlands of Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Tickets for Super Rugby’s Singapore debut are already selling out so be quick if you want the chance to see the world’s best club rugby! Who will triumph in this game of stamina and skill? New Zealand teams have predominantly won the trophy, but who knows what could happen next? There really is no reason to delay, buy your Super Rugby tickets today, here at Ticketbis!
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