Wales to face All Blacks Wallabies and Springboks in end of year Tests

The Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, has hosted the cream of rugby and football matches, and staff know how to put on a show. Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images

Wales have confirmed their four-Test autumn programme which will see them face the Springboks, All Blacks and Wallabies.

The Welsh Rugby Union has lined up a mouthwatering end-of-year programme which also includes a first ever Test with Georgia.

Wales kick off their schedule against Australia on Nov. 11 and will then face Georgia the following weekend.

New Zealand, who face the British & Irish Lions this summer, will be next to head to Cardiff on Nov. 25 and their programme finishes with a Test against the Springboks on Dec. 2.

Supporters wanting to watch their matches against South Africa and Australia will have the opportunity to purchase reduced-price tickets.

"Our new pricing structure is a reflection of our ambition to sell-out the venue across all four matches whilst also hitting our business targets for investment back into all levels of the game," Welsh Rugby Union CEO Martyn Phillips said.

"We know we have the greatest rugby stadium in the world in Cardiff and we want it to be packed out to its rafters for his mouth-watering series of matches."