Saturday January 27 Canada v Uruguay, at BC Place, Vancouver. Kick-off: 17.10 (Pacific Time)
Saturday February 3 USA v Argentina XV, at StubHub Center, Carson. Kick-off: 17.10 (PT)
Saturday February 3 Chile v Brazil, at Estadio La Pintana, Santiago. Kick-off: 15.10
Friday, February 9 Brazil v Uruguay, at Pacaembú Stadium, Sao Paulo. Kick-off: 20.10
Saturday, February 10 Argentina XV v Chile, at Estadio Agustín Pichot, Ushuaia. Kick-off: 17.40
Saturday, February 10 USA v Canada, at Papa Murphy’s Park, Sacramento. Kick-off: 15.10
Saturday, February 17 Canada v Brazil, at Westhills Stadium, Langford. Kick-off: 12.30 (PT)
Saturday, February 17 USA v Chile, at Titan Stadium, Fullerton. Kick-off: 15 (PT)
Saturday, February 17 Uruguay v Argentina XV, at Estadio Domingo Burgueño, Maldonado. Kick-off: 21.15
Saturday, February 24 Brazil v USA, at Estadio Martins Pereira, Sao José dos Campos, Kick-off: 18.10
Saturday, February 24 Argentina XV v Canada, at Estadio 23 de Agosto, Jujuy. Kick-off: 17.40
Saturday, March 3 Chile v Canada, at Estadio La Pintana, Santiago. Kick-off: 13.10
Saturday, March 3 Uruguay v USA, at Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo. Kick-off: 15.40
Saturday, March 3 Brazil v Argentina XV, at Estadio Martins Pereira, Sao José dos Campos, Kick-off: 18.10
The 2018 Americas Rugby Championship kicks off this January 27th. This year’s tournament includes 15 matches and will run from January 27th through March 3rd. USA Rugby will look to defend their title and overall competition will be intense, with Rugby World Cup 2019 qualification and potential top 20 positions in the World Rugby Rankings on the line.
The opening match between Canada and Uruguay in Vancouver is expected to draw big crowds and will also double as the first leg of the region’s final Rugby World Cup 2019 qualifier, with the winner on aggregate booking their place as Americas 2 in Pool D alongside Australia, Wales, Georgia and Fiji.