Wallabies - Australia Rugby Union
Here at Ticketbis you can buy Wallabies tickets quickly and easily. Being a rugby fan, you probably already know they have won the World Cup twice in the eight occasions they have played, and were also the last ever Tri-Nations winners in 2011 (the competition was renamed in 2012 to the Rugby Championship with the introduction of Argentina). Suffice to say, they are not an easy team to beat! The Wallabies are ranked among the best rugby union national teams in the world, with their biggest rivals being England, the New Zealand All Blacks and the Springboks from South Africa. Known for their exciting, expansive play, Australia rugby union tickets are always in high demand. So get yours today and see the best rugby played live in some of the world's most iconic stadiums.
The Wallabies background
Australia has a proud rugby union history, indeed some of the legends of rugby union come from Down Under. The likes of George Gregan, David Campese, John Eales, Ken Catchpole and Michael Lynagh are true greats of the sport. The first Australia Rugby Union national team played at Sydney in 1899 where they won their first-ever game against a touring British Isles team. Australia's two Rugby Union World Cup wins came in 1991, when they defeated the hosts England 12-6 at Twickenham. Then, in 1999, Australia, under the captaincy of John Eales, thumped France 35-12 to take home their second Webb-Ellis trophy. The Wallabies have also contested two other World Cup finals, most famously losing at home to England in 2003 to a late Jonny Wilkinson drop goal. Will the Wallabies turn back the clock and rise to the top again? buy your Wallabies tickets today and cheer the boys in gold and green on to glory.
Can the Wallabies rise again to their former glory?
With 'local' rivals New Zealand flying high, Australian rugby has suffered a setback after 3 coach changes in just 2 years! However, many Australian Wallabies fans have hope that their new coach Michael Cheika will lead them to victory, after a series of disheartening defeats by the British and Irish Lions and Argentina. Despite their losses to certain teams, in recent years they have maintained a stable number of wins against other European teams, but Australian fans are hoping that they can replicate this success against their main competitors, the All Blacks and England! With the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup fast approaching, this is the best time to see if the Aussies are ready for the challenge. Cheer them on, buy Wallabies - Australia Rugby Union tickets now.