2024 Super Rugby fixtures, results & tables | How to Watch Super Rugby Pacific Game

Super Rugby fixtures & Super Rugby is a men’s professional rugby union club competition involving teams from Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. The 2024 Super Rugby Pacific Season (known as Harvey Norman Super Rugby Pacific in Australia, Shop N Save Super Rugby Pacific in Fiji and DHL Super Rugby Pacific in New Zealand) is the 28th season of Super Rugby, an annual rugby union competition organized by SANZAAR.

All Super Rugby games in 2024 are streamed in Australia via Stan Sport, while one Saturday night game a week is broadcast on free to air on Channel 9. The season’s 91 matches will be played across 18 weeks, which includes the three weeks of the playoff series.

2024 Super Rugby Live Stream

Event Super Rugby Pacific
Date & time 23 February – 24 June 2024
Television SKY NZ & Foxtel Now
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2024 Super Rugby Pacific standings

Australia teams New Zealand Teams Pacific Teams
Brumbies Crusaders Moana Pasifika
Rebels Hurricanes Fijian Drua
Waratahs Chiefs
Reds Highlanders
Force Blues

Key features of the 2024 DHL Super Rugby Pacific draw:

·        Each team plays 14 regular season matches

·        Round 1 feature traditional rivalry fixture

·        The Waratahs will host the Brumbies in the first ever fixture at the new Allianz Stadium in Sydney

·        Round 2 is the Super Round in Melbourne

·        All teams play all other teams in the competition

·        All teams play three extra ‘rivalry’ games which create home and away mini-series

·        All teams will have their byes between Rounds 7, 8 & 9

·        Top eight teams reach the finals

Brumbies Super Rugby Pacific draw and fixtures 2024 | Super Rugby fixtures

The ACT Brumbies is an Australian professional rugby union team based in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, the team competes in Super Rugby and named for the feral horses which inhabit the capital’s hinterland.

Date Fixture Venue Kick-off Broadcast
23 February 2024 Rebels v Brumbies AAMI Park 5:05pm Stan
03 March 2024 Chiefs v Brumbies AAMI Park 7:35pm Stan
09 March 2024 Brumbies v Force GIO Stadium 2:35pm Stan
16 March 2024 Highlanders v Brumbies Forsyth Barr Stadium 5:05pm Stan
22 March 2024 Brumbies v Moana Pasifika GIO Stadium 7:45pm Stan/Nine
30 March 2024 Reds v Brumbies Suncorp Stadium 10pm Stan
06 April 2024 Brumbies v Waratahs GIO Stadium 10pm Stan
20 April 2024 Blues v Brumbies Eden Park 10pm Stan
27 April 2024 Brumbies v Hurricanes GIO Stadium 10pm Stan
04 May 2024 Brumbies v Fijian Drua GIO Stadium 10pm Stan
11 May 2024 Waratahs v Brumbies Allianz Stadium 10pm Stan
18 May 2024 Brumbies v Crusaders GIO Stadium 10pm Stan
24 May 2024 Brumbies v Rebels GIO Stadium 10pm Stan
01 June 2024 Force v Brumbies HBF Park 10pm Stan

ACT Brumbies Super Rugby Pacific squad

The ACT Brumbies have confirmed their 36-man squad for the 2024 Super Rugby Pacific, with 27 of the group returning from last season.

Flyhalf Jack Debreczeni, center Tamati Tua and outside-back Ben O’Donnell are the three new faces to Stephen Larkham’s squad, with six Brumbies pathways products being promoted into the club’s senior squad.

23 players total have graduated through the Brumbies pathways program, with Tom Wright, Andy Muirhead, Ollie Sapsford and Ed Kennedy also having made their Super Rugby debuts in ACT colors.

2024 ACT BRUMBIES SUPER RUGBY PACIFIC SQUAD

Prop: Allan Alaalatoa, Fred Kaihea, Sefo Kautai, Tom Ross, James Slipper, Harry Vella

Hooker: Billy Pollard, Lachlan Lonergan, Connal McInerney

Lock: Nick Frost, Tom Hooper, Cadeyrn Neville, Darcy Swain

Backrow: Jahrome Brown, Charlie Cale, Ed Kennedy, Luke Reimer, Rory Scott,Pete Samu, Rob Valetini

Halfback: Ryan Lonergan, Klayton Thorn, Nic White

Flyhalf: Jack Debreczeni, Noah Lolesio, Nathan Carroll

Centre: Hudson Creighton, Chris Feauai-Sautia, Len Ikitau, Ollie Sapsford, Tamati Tua

Outside-back: Declan Meredith, Jesse Mogg, Andy Muirhead, Ben O’Donnell, Corey Toole, Tom Wright

Reds Super Rugby 2024 fixtures | Super Rugby fixtures

The Queensland Reds is the rugby union team for the Australian state of Queensland that competes in the Southern Hemisphere’s Super Rugby competition. Prior to 1996, they were a representative team selected from the rugby union club competitions in Queensland.

Date Fixture Venue Kick-off Broadcast
24 February 2024 Reds v Waratahs Suncorp Stadium 5:05pm Stan
03 March 2024 Hurricanes v Reds AAMI Park 7:35pm Stan
09 March 2024 Reds v Chiefs Suncorp Stadium 2:35pm Stan
15 March 2024 Rebels v Reds AAMI Park 5:05pm Stan
23 March 2024 Force v Reds HBF Park 7:45pm Stan/Nine
30 March 2024 Reds v Brumbies Suncorp Stadium 10pm Stan
12 April 2024 Moana Pasifika v Reds Semenoff Stadium 10pm Stan
19 April 2024 Reds v Highlanders Suncorp Stadium 10pm Stan
27 April 2024 Reds v Blues Suncorp Stadium 10pm Stan
04 May 2024 Crusaders v Reds Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan
10 May 2024 Reds v Rebels Suncorp Stadium 10pm Stan
18 May 2024 Fijian Drua v Reds HFC Bank Stadium 10pm Stan
25 May 2024 Reds v Force Suncorp Stadium 10pm Stan
31 May 2024 Waratahs v Reds Allianz Stadium 10pm Stan

Queensland Reds Super Rugby Pacific Squad.

The Queensland Reds have confirmed their playing squad for the 2024 Harvey Norman Super Rugby Pacific competitions.

Queensland Reds 2024 Squad (in alphabetical order)

  • Connor Anderson – Wests – Brisbane State– Everton Park Roosters
  • Richie Asiata – Easts – Anglican Church Grammar
  • Floyd Aubrey – GPS – Marist  Ashgrove
  • George Blake – Bond University – The Southport – Fasi Maufanga Eels, Tonga
  • Angus Blyth – Bond University – The Southport   – Casuarina Beach Rugby Club
  • Wilson Blyth – Bond University – The Southport   – Casuarina Beach Rugby Club
  • Jock Campbell – University of Queensland – The Southport– Inverell Highlanders
  • Lawson Creighton – Brothers – Padua
  • Filipo Daugunu – Wests – Dogotuki Distric , Fjii
  • Sef Fa’agase – Sunnybank – Shailer Park State– Beaudesert Warriors
  • Matt Faessler – Brothers – Toowoomba – USQ Saints
  • Lopeti Faifua – Wests – Saint Kentigern , Auckland
  • Josh Flook – Brothers – St Joseph’s Nudgee  – Brothers
  • Mac Grealy – University of Queensland – Downlands  – Souths Toowoomba
  • Isaac Henry – Wests – Brisbane Boys College – Kenmore Bears
  • Harry Hoopert – Brothers – Toowoomba Grammar   – Dalby Wheatmen
  • Spencer Jeans – Bond University – The Southport– Gold Coast Eagles
  • Luke Jones – Wests – St Pius X – St Ives Rugby Club
  • Tom Lynagh – University of Queensland – Epsom College – Richmond Rugby Club
  • Tate McDermott – University of Queensland – Sunshine Coast Grammar   – Flinders Rugby Club
  • Fraser McReight – Brothers – Brisbane – Albany Creek Brumbies
  • Josh Nasser – University of Queensland – St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace – Easts
  • Zane Nonggorr – Bond University – The Southport – Gold Coast Eagles
  • James O’Connor – Brothers – St Joseph’s Nudgee  – Brothers
  • Hunter Paisami – Wests – Mangere , Auckland
  • Jordan Petaia – Wests – Brisbane State
  • Ryan Smith – Brothers – St Patrick’s College Shorncliffe – Caboolture Snakes
  • Phransis Sula-Siaosi – Souths – St Joseph’s Nudgee
  • Keynan Tauakipulu – Wests – Saint Kentigern College, Auckland – Kenmore Bears
  • Kalani Thomas – University of Queensland – Ipswich Grammar – Souths
  • Taniela Tupou – Brothers – Tonga College Atele – Kalapu Hufangalupe, Tonga
  • Seru Uru – Wests – Ratu Kadavulevu , Fiji – Namoli Rugby Club, Fiji
  • Connor Vest – University of Queensland – Grafton – Grafton Junior Rugby Club
  • Suliasi Vunivalu – Wests – Saint Kentigern , Auckland
  • Harry Wilson – Brothers – St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace – Gunnedah Red Devils
  • Liam Wright – Easts – Anglican Church – Easts
  • Dane Zander – University of Queensland – St Joseph’s Nudgee – Albany Creek Brumbies

Crusaders Super Rugby Pacific fixtures 2024 | Super Rugby fixtures

The Crusaders are a New Zealand professional rugby union team based in Christchurch, who compete in the Super Rugby competition. They are the most successful team in the competition’s history and have won 11 titles, as well as two regionalized titles in 2020 and 2021.

Date Fixture Venue Kick-off Broadcast
23 February 2024 Chiefs v Crusaders FMG Stadium Waikato 5:05pm Stan
02 March 2024 Crusaders v Waratahs AAMI Park 7:35pm Stan
09 March 2024 Fijian Drua v Crusaders Churchill Park 2:35pm Stan
15 March 2024 Crusaders v Hurricanes Apollo Projects Stadium 5:05pm Stan
23 March 2024 Blues v Crusaders Eden Park 7:45pm Stan/Nine
29 March 2024 Crusaders v Chiefs Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan
12 April 2024 Waratahs v Crusaders Allianz Stadium 10pm Stan
20 April 2024 Force v Crusaders HBF Park 10pm Stan
26April 2024 Crusaders v Rebels Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan
04 May 2024 Crusaders v Reds Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan
11 May 2024 Highlanders v Crusaders Forsyth Barr Stadium 10pm Stan
18 May 2024 Brumbies v Crusaders GIO Stadium 10pm Stan
25 May 2024 Crusaders v Blues Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan
31 May 2024 Crusaders v Moana Pasifika Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan

Crusaders Super Rugby Pacific Squad

A returning Crusader, a local boy done good, and a few fresh out-of-towners – here’s your first look at the Crusaders squad for 2024. These boys will represent the club and the history of the franchise when they take the field this year, on the hunt for points and trophies.

Props: Joe Moody, Finaly Brewis, George Bower, Oli Jager, Tamaiti Williams, Fletcher Newell

Hookers: Codie Taylor, Brodie McAlister, George Bell

Locks: Sam Whitelock, Scott Barrett, Quinten Strange, Mitchel Dunshea, Zach Gallagher

Loose Forwards: Ethan Blackadder, Tom Christie, Cullen Grace, Sione Havili Taliutui, Corey Kellow, Dominic Gardener, Christian Lio-Willie

Half-backs: Mitch Drummond, Noah Hotham, Willi Heniz

First Five-Eights: Richie Mo’unga, Fergus Burke, Taha Kemara

Midfielders: Dallas McLeod, David Havili, Braydon Ennor, Jack Goodhue

Outside Backs: Leicester Faianga’anuku, Sevu Reece, Will Jordan, Macca Springer, Chay Fihaki, Melani Nanai, Pepesana Patafilo

Chiefs Super Rugby Pacific fixtures 2024 | Super Rugby fixtures

The Chiefs are a New Zealand professional rugby union team based in Hamilton, Waikato. The team competes in the Super Rugby competition.

Date Fixture Venue Kick-off Broadcast
23 February 2024 Chiefs v Crusaders FMG Stadium Waikato 5:05pm Stan
03 March 2024 Chiefs v Brumbies AAMI Park 7:35pm Stan
09 March 2024 Reds v Chiefs Suncorp Stadium 2:35pm Stan
16 March 2024 Chiefs v Fijian Drua FMG Stadium Waikato 5:05pm Stan
23 March 2024 Chiefs v Highlanders FMG Stadium Waikato 7:45pm Stan/Nine
29 March 2024 Crusaders v Chiefs Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan
06 April 2024 Chiefs v Moana Pasifika FMG Stadium Waikato 10pm Stan
13 April 2024 Hurricanes v Chiefs Sky Stadium 10pm Stan
26 April 2024 Waratahs v Chiefs Allianz Stadium 10pm Stan
04 May 2024 Chiefs v Force FMG Stadium Waikato 10pm Stan
10 May 2024 Moana Pasifika v Chiefs TBC 10pm Stan
17 May 2024 Rebels v Chiefs AAMI Park 10pm Stan
24 May 2024 Chiefs v Hurricanes FMG Stadium Waikato 10pm Stan
01 June 2024 Blues v Chiefs Eden Park 10pm Stan

Gallagher Chiefs Rugby Squad Announced for 2024

The Chiefs are one of New Zealand’s entrants in the Super Rugby and Super Rugby Aotearoa tournaments. Officially known as the Gallagher Chiefs for sponsorship reasons and formerly known as the Waikato Chiefs, the team is based in Hamilton. The Chiefs have been hugely successful over the years and, in 2013, they even recorded back-to-back titles for the first time ever.

Read on to discover even more about Chiefs Rugby. On this page you can read about the history of the side and see their upcoming fixtures and latest results.

Gallagher Chiefs

Hookers: Samisoni Taukei’aho, Bradley Slater, Tyrone Thompson

Props: Aidan Ross, Atunaisa Moli, Angus Ta’avao, Ollie Norris, Sione Mafileo, Reuben O’Neill

Locks: Tupou Vaa’i, Brodie Retallick, Laghlan McWhannell, Naitoa Ah Kuoi, Josh Lord

Loose Forwards: Mitchell Brown, Sam Cane, Luke Jacobson, Simon Parker, Pita Gus Sowakula, Kaylum Boshier, Samipeni Finau

Halfbacks: Brad Weber, Xavier Roe, Cortez Ratima

First five-eighths: Bryn Gatland, Kaleb Trask, Josh Ioane

Midfielders: Alex Nankivell, Anton Lienert-Brown, Quinn Tupaea, Rameka Poihipi, Gideon Wrampling

Outside backs: Jonah Lowe, Emoni Narawa, Etene Nanai-Seturo, Chase Tiatia, Shaun Stevenson, Rivez Reihana

Gains: Ioane (Highlanders); Retallick (Japan); Narawa (Blues); Thompson (Wellington); Finau (Waikato); Ratima (Waikato); Wrampling (Waikato)

On the move: Damian McKenzie (Japan); Lachlan Boshier (Japan); Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi (Crusaders), Kini Naholo (Crusaders); Bailyn Sullivan (Hurricanes); Ezekiel Lindenmuth (Moana Pasifika); Viliame Taulani (England); Nathan Harris (Retired)

Blues Super Rugby Pacific fixtures 2024 | Super Rugby fixtures

The Blues is a New Zealand professional rugby union team based in Auckland, who play in the Super Rugby competition. Like New Zealand’s four other Super Rugby teams, the Blues were established by the NZRU in 1996.

Date Fixture Venue Kick-off Broadcast
24 February 2024 Blues v Fijian Drua Semenoff Stadium 5:05pm Stan
01 March 2024 Highlanders v Blues AAMI Park 7:35pm Stan
09 March 2024 Hurricanes v Blues Sky Stadium 2:35pm Stan
16 March 2024 Waratahs v Blues Allianz Stadium 5:05pm Stan
23 March 2024 Blues v Crusaders Eden Park 7:45pm Stan/Nine
30 March 2024 Moana Pasifika v Blues Eden Park 10pm Stan
05 April 2024 Blues v Force Eden Park 10pm Stan
20 April 2024 Blues v Brumbies Eden Park 10pm Stan
27 April 2024 Reds v Blues Suncorp Stadium 10pm Stan
03 May 2024 Rebels v Blues AAMI Park 10pm Stan
11 May 2024 Blues v Hurricanes Eden Park 10pm Stan
18 May 2024 Blues v Highlanders Eden Park 10pm Stan
25 May 2024 Crusaders v Blues Apollo Projects Stadium 10pm Stan
01 June 2024 Blues v Chiefs Eden Park 10pm Stan

Super Rugby Live Stream Free in New Zealand

TVNZ  will be screening 12 matches free to air in New Zealand, including delayed coverage of all the All Blacks’ pool matches and quarter-final, plus live coverage of the semi-finals and final.

Streaming service Spark Sport , meanwhile has snagged the rights to show all matches of the 2024 Super Rugby live. Spark will cost $89.99 for a Tournament Pass to cover every match, or you can hand over $24.99 per match.

Spark Sport is available via web browsers on your PC, plus Apple and Android phones and tablets. You can also watch on Chromecast and selected Samsung TVs, with plans to make the app available on Apple TV and Smart TVs later in the year.

Live stream Super Rugby 2024 in Australia for FREE

The Aussies are one of the only countries around the world that actually have some live rugby from the 2024 Super Rugby that’s free to watch. Every Wallabies game plus one other quarter-final; the semi-finals and final will be shown in all their glory on Channel 10 and through 10 Play.

Paid-for service Fox Sports meanwhile is showing every match of tournament via a dedicated Rugby World Cup channel.

Australians can also live stream Rugby Super XV action via the Kayo Sports streaming service, which features no lock-in contracts and also includes access to over 50 sports, both live and on demand. Kayo Sports Basic Package costs $25 per month and allows users to stream across two devices simultaneously. Alternatively, the service also offers a Kayo Sports Premium Package, which provides three concurrent streams for $35 per month.