With a history extending back almost 130 years, New Zealand's national rugby team, the All Blacks, are the most successful international rugby team of all time and one of the most successful teams in world sport, with a winning Test record of more than 75 percent. The All Blacks are the current Rugby World Cup Champions having beaten France 8-7 in a pulsating Rugby World Cup 2011 Final at Eden Park, Auckland and were recognised as IRB Team of the Year in 2011. This was the second time they have won the coveted Webb Ellis Cup.
In 2012, the All Blacks continued their winning record, beating Ireland in the three-Test Steinlager Series and defeating Australia, Argentina and South Africa in the new Investec Rugby Championship.
|16.Aug Sydney||Australia 12||vs||12 New Zealand|
|17.Aug Pretoria||South Africa 13||vs||6 Argentina|
|23.Aug Auckland||New Zealand 51||vs||20 Australia|
|24.Aug La Plata||Argentina 31||vs||33 South Africa|
|06.Sep Napier||New Zealand 0||vs||0 Argentina|
|06.Sep Perth||Australia 0||vs||0 South Africa|
|13.Sep Wellington||New Zealand 0||vs||0 South Africa|
|13.Sep Gold Coast||Australia 0||vs||0 Argentina|
|27.Sep La Plata||Argentina 0||vs||0 New Zealand|
|28.Sep Cape Town||South Africa 0||vs||0 Australia|
|05.Oct Johannesburg||South Africa 0||vs||0 New Zealand|
|05.Oct TBA||Argentina 0||vs||0 Australia|