Auckland ASB Classic

4th - 18th of January

Aucklands ASB Classic is where many players start the new year on the tour, in preperation for the first major of the season, The Australian Open in Melbourne.

The ASB Classic is split across 2 weeks, 4th - 12th of Jan for women, and the following week, 13th - 18th of Jan for the men. This years WTA event features 2 former world no.1's Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniaki, with US Open winner Bianca Andreescu. The men have world no.4 Daniil Medvedev and up and coming stars Karen Khachanov and Frances Tiafoe.

Find out more on the ASB Classic


Blackcaps vs India

24th of January - 29th of February

After facing off in the 2019 Cricket World Cup Semi Finals, New Zealand and India are set to face off for 12 games across New Zealand this summer. India's tour of New Zealand features 5 T20s, 3 ODI's and 4 tests.

The games will be played throughout the country taking place in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington and Christchurch.

Find out more about what the Blackcaps are up to this summer!


HSBC Hamilton Sevens

25th - 26th Jan

HSBC Sevens is all set to take place in Hamilton for the third year running. The Sevens series is spread across an action packed weekend of rugby and entertainment.

The reigning champs Fiji look to make it a three-peat, whilst the home team, the All Blacks Sevens are still in seacrh of taking out the tournement in Hamilton.

Find out more about the HSBC Hamilton Sevens


Super Rugby

Kicking off 31st Jan

The 2020 Super Rugby season kicks off in New Zealand on the 31st of January, with the Blues taking on the Chiefs at Eden Park.

The competition will run from the end of January until the end of May with 36 round robin games in New Zealand featuring the Blues (Auckland), Chiefs (Hamilton), Hurricanes (Wellington), Crusaders (Christchurch) and Highlanders (Dunedin).

Be sure to check out the draw as some games are held in alternative locations.

Check out the links for tickets and more info