Date & Time
04/11/2017 - 12:00 am
Few sporting contests have more resonance than the Barbarians v New Zealand, whose previous meetings include the 1973 match that is regarded as one of rugby’s greatest games.
The Barbarians have taken on New Zealand 10 times since 1954, most notably when Gareth Edwards’s famous try helped the Barbarians’ record that 23-11 victory.
More recently, South Africa’s Bryan Habana scored a hat-trick of tries when the Barbarians beat the All Blacks 25-18 in 2009.
In 2016, the Barbarians returned to action for three matches that showcased all their famous attacking flair. They shared 10 tries in a 31-31 draw with South Africa before winning 78-0 against the Czech Republic in Prague and beating Fiji 40-7 in Belfast.
Corinthian Sports are pleased to offer an exclusive Private Box overlooking the pitch with panoramic views and exterior seating enabling you to soak up the Twickenham atmosphere.