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In Mendoza, Las Pumas will make their 2023 Rugby Championship debut against New Zealand.

In Mendoza, Las Pumas will make their 2023 Rugby Championship debut against New Zealand.

Pumas will open the international season at the 2023 World Cup in France He takes on New Zealand in Mendoza on July 8 for the Rugby Championship. Sansar, an organization that includes selectees from the Southern Hemisphere, made this information official on Thursday.

The match between Las Pumas and All Blacks will be played at 4:10 PM at the Malvinas Argentinas Stadium.

A week later, Las Pumas face Australia, kicking off at 6:45 (Argentina time) at CommBanks Stadium in Sydney. Meanwhile, in their third and final appearance in the championship, Las Pumas take on reigning world champions South Africa at the Emirates Airlines Park in Johannesburg on July 29 at 12:05pm.

Ahead of the 2023 World Cup in France, Las Pumas will again play South Africa in a friendly on August 5 at Vélez Sarsfield.

Finally, Argentina will close their preparations ahead of the 2023 World Cup in France by facing Spain in Madrid on September 9.

Argentina’s national team staff, led by Australian Michael Cheika, will meet with players participating in European Rugby in Paris between March 13 and 15 to continue to outline game concepts and strategies.

France will be part of Zone D at the 2023 World Cup, along with Las Pumas, England, Chile, Japan and Samoa. Argentina against England, the current world runners-up, in Marseille on September 9; He will then play against Tonga on the 22nd at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in St Etienne; On September 30 he will do so with Chile in Nantes, at the Stade de la Beaujoire, the same stadium where the zone closes against Japan on October 8.

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Currently, the Argentina national team is ranked eighth in the official World Rugby rankings, while Ireland is leading the way.

Natalia Diaz, PF of Los Jaguares