The British and Irish Lions 2017 Tour
The British and Irish Lions are back this Summer with a 10-match tour of New Zealand, as they take on the All Blacks in three test matches during June and July.
Returning to New Zealand after 12 years, the Lions kick off the tour on Saturday 3rd June, at the Toll Stadium, Whangarei, where they will take on the New Zealand Provincial Barbarians.
Before taking on the All Blacks on 24th June, the Lions will play a total of six matches against some of New Zealand’s top teams from the Super Rugby competition, including the Blues, Crusaders, Highlanders, Maori All Blacks, and Chiefs – they will then face the Hurricanes before taking on the final two test matches on Saturday 1st July at the Westpac Stadium, Wellington and Saturday 8th July at Eden Park, Auckland.
Join us at Isaacs on the Quay and get behind the British and Irish Lions in an atmosphere that makes you feel right in the middle of the action. We will be showing all the games live throughout the tour, with our Kiln Bar and Orangery room open from 7.30am. With breakfast available from 7.00am, why not pop down and show your support to the team, and enjoy our full breakfast menu.
We’ve also got private rooms available for hire, so if you’re looking to watch the game in a group, speak to our events team on 01473 284000 and we can talk you through the options available. A detailed breakdown of the fixtures, including kick off times can be found below and on our Live Sports Calendar.
3rd June, 8.35am – New Zealand Provincial Barbarians V British & Irish Lions
7th June, 8.35am – Blues V British & Irish Lions
10th June, 8.35am – Crusaders V British & Irish Lions
13th June, 8.35am – Highlanders V British & Irish Lions
17th June, 8.35am – Maori All Blacks V British & Irish Lions
20th June, 8.35am – Chiefs V British & Irish Lions
24th June, 8.35am – New Zealand V British & Irish Lions
27th June, 8.35am – Hurricanes V British & Irish Lions
1st July, 8.35am – New Zealand V British & Irish Lions
8th July, 8.35am – New Zealand V British & Irish Lions