The second season of Super Rugby Pacific, a rugby league that features teams from New Zealand, Australia, and Pacific Island countries, will begin in 2023.
The Crusaders are eager to defend their title, and there are many new players eager to stake their claims, so the competition will be looking to expand on its promising start in 2022.
When does Super Rugby Pacific 2023 start?
The regular season opens on February 24, when the Crusaders take on the Chiefs in Christchurch.
It is scheduled to wrap up on June 3, with the Grand Final to be played on June 24.
Viewers around the world can watch the action live on the following channels and here for free:
Who are the teams in Super Rugby Pacific 2023?
The teams are remaining the same for the second season of Super Rugby Pacific, which are:
- Western Force
- Queensland Reds
- NSW Waratahs
- Moana Pasifika
- Fijian Drua
What are the updated Super Rugby 2023 fixtures?
Due to COVID-19 limitations, it took almost half of the 2022 season for Australian and New Zealander teams to compete against one another, but starting in 2023, there will be Trans-Tasman matches.
Additionally, the Super Round will resume in 2023, with all 12 teams converging on AAMI Park in Melbourne from March 3 to March 5 as Round 2 action.
The full-season fixture can be found here.
What are the betting odds for Super Rugby 2022?