The Argentina rugby team has announced its location for the home matches that will be played at Mendoza, La Plata and Rosario. The first match that the Argentina rugby team will be playing is against South Africa.

The rugby Championship is going to be quite a hectic schedule for the Argentineans as they will be facing tough competition right from the start with New Zealand, the current rugby champions in the next home game against Argentina in the Rugby Championship.

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The 2007 World Cup saw Argentina announce themselves as an established force on the world rugby stage. Their impressive display, seeing them reach the semi finals before being defeated by eventual champions South Africa made the world sit up and pay attention. 4 years on, their World Cup was less spectacular, but equally as telling of their rise in the Rugby world and they will next year embark on their first Four Nations campaign, joining the Southern Hemisphere giants of Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in a revamp of the Tri Nations.

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A flawless display by Jonathan Sexton eased Ireland to an end-of-year 29-9 win over an off-colour Argentina at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Sunday in their final autumn test.

The Ireland fly-half got the better of his former Leinster mentor, Argentina’s Felipe Contepomi, kicking 17 points as the hosts got the better of the side that has caused them enormous problems in the past including two demoralising defeats in the 1999 and 2007 World Cups.

The hosts also scored the only two tries of the game through Stephen Ferris and Gordon D’Arcy.

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Inspired by the boot of Morgan Parra, France took revenge for a 41-13 Buenos Aires summer thrashing by edging out Argentina 15-9 in Saturday’s one-off autumn Test at the Stade de la Mosson in Montpellier. Argentina wenr’t good enough to even win some Wales Rugby Tickets!

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