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Australia national rugby team, nicknamed Wallabies, belongs to the Australian Rugby Union. Their emblem is the Wallaby. The team is coached by Dave Rennie. George Gregan has the most caps and Michael Lynagh is top scorer. Michael Hooper is currently the captain of the Australian national rugby team. Australia are ranked sixth in the world by the IRB. The Australian national team competes annually with New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina in the Rugby Championship. Australia also contest the Bledisloe Cup with New Zealand and the Mandela Challenge Plate with South Africa. Australia have competed in all nine Rugby World Cups, and have won the World Cup on two occasions, in 1991 against England, and against France. Seven former Australian players have been inducted into the International Rugby Hall of Fame. Buy Autralia Rugby World Cup tickets for the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France securely online.

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  1. Oct
    Autumn Internationals

    Scotland v Australia

    17:30 - Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  2. Nov
    Autumn Internationals

    Wales v Australia

    15:15 - Principality Stadium, Cardiff, United Kingdom

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The Australia National Team is known as the Quantas Wallabies. Going into the Rugby World Cup 2023, Australia’s Captain is Michael Hooper. The Wallabies high scorer is Michael Lynagh with 911. George Gregan has the most caps for Australia, 139. David Campese has the most tries with 64. Australia’s coach is Dave Rennie.

The Australia national rugby union team competes in Rugby Union matches against New Zealand, Argentina, and South Africa. The Australia National Team also compete in the annual Bledisloe Cup, known as the most recognized sporting rivalry in Australia, between the Qantas Wallabies v All Blacks.

In 1987 the inaugural Rugby World Cup competition was held in Australia and New Zealand. The 1987 final was won by New Zealand on home soil. In 1995, South Africa also won the Rugby World Cup on home soil. Australia won the prestigious Rugby World Cup Webb Ellis trophy twice more, in 1991 and 1999. In 2000, Australia Rugby Union won every international trophy contested. Australia hosted the fifth Rugby World Cup in 2003.