The three-level tournament, which begins this October, will see 27 fixtures played across three host countries bringing the best women’s talent around the world.
With the entire competition set to take place over four weekends between Friday, 13 October until Saturday, 4 November, fans will have the opportunity to watch the world’s top teams compete in Dubai, South Africa and New Zealand.
Across all levels, matches will take place on Fridays and Saturdays with a combination of standalone and double header fixtures, maximising fan attendance and helping to create an exciting atmosphere in the host cities.
The tournament will take place during the men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 with match times complementing each other, ensuring fans can enjoy what is set to be a thrilling period of elite men’s and women’s rugby.
The top three finishers in both the TikTok Women’s Six Nations 2023 and World Rugby Pacific Four Series 2023 will head to New Zealand to compete in nine tests across the three match weekends in the hope to be crowned WXV 1 champions.
The opening weekend kicks off on Friday, 20 October at Sky Stadium in Wellington with Women’s Six Nations winners, England up against Australia. This will be followed on Saturday with Canada facing Wales and Pacific Four Series and world champions, New Zealand up against France.
After travelling to Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium for the second round of matches, the tournament will come to a close in an action-packed blockbuster weekend in Auckland at the Go Media Mt Smart Stadium. Fans will get to see Australia in action against Wales on Friday, 3 November followed by the final double-header that will see France take on Canada followed by the much-anticipated repeat of the Rugby World Cup 2021 final with England facing New Zealand.
All nine tests will be shown exclusively on Sky TV New Zealand.
Wales Women WXV fixtures (NZ time)
|Saturday 21 Oct||4pm||Canada v Wales||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
|Saturday 28 Oct||4pm||Black Ferns v Wales||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|Friday 3 Nov||7pm||Australia v Wales||Go Media Stadium Mt Smart, Auckland|