From Friday 27 March you can get your Super Rugby fix via our official channel as we publish round by round some of the all-time classic matches.

Unfortunately due to COVID-19 Super Rugby has been suspended for the foreseeable future but that doesn't mean you still can't enjoy watching the tournament. Super Rugby is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year and Super Rugby is delving into its digital archive - that has now been constructed - to provide fans with match re-runs of matches from 1996 to present day.

We will publish matches every weekend [Friday through to Sunday] following where possible the 2020 Round draw and showing classic matches between the teams in the suspended round. Of course they will be on the Super Rugby Channel for you to view on demand.

First up a great match between Reds and Brumbies form 2014. The schedule of matches [and when they will publish] for the next two weekends:

[Times: Argentina/UK/South Africa/Australia/NZ]


FRI 27th - Reds v Brumbies 2014 RD 9 @ 05:00/08:00/10:00/19:00/21:00
SAT 28th - Highlanders v Crusaders 2002 Semi Final @ 03:00/06:00/08:00/17:00/19:00
SAT 28th - Waratahs v Sunwolves 2019 RD 7 @ 05:00/08:00/10:00/19:00/21:00
SUN 29th - Chiefs v Lions 2004 RD 8 @ 22:00(Sat)/01:00/03:00/12:00/14:00
ROUND 10 [times to be confirmed]
FRI 3rd - Crusaders v Blues 1998 Final 
SAT 4th - Chiefs v Bulls 2009 Final 
SAT 4th - Stormers v Waratahs 2002 Rd 2
SUN 5th - Sharks v Cats 2001 Semi Final


Our TV partners may also be showing some classic matches so head to your rugby broadcaster for details: FoxSports in Australia, SkySports in New Zealand, SuperSport in South Africa and ESPN in Argentina.