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July 30th, 2020

At last some news to warm the hearts of rugby fans the world over, the British and Irish Lions Tour of South Africa 2021 is to take place on the dates originally planned in spite of the coronavirus pandemic.

Understandably the vast majority of minds have been elsewhere since March, so as a reminder, the Lions are scheduled to tour South Africa next summer. With the first of their five warm-up matches due to kick off on the 3rd of July in advance of a three-Test series against the world cup winning Springboks, which runs from 24th July until 7th August. So please don’t forget to let the experts at Expat Sport keep you abreast of the latest information on British & Irish Lions South Africa tour 2021 tickets and tour packages.

Official Packages will go on sale on Wednesday 2 September.

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July 29th, 2020

World Rugby has today announced the cancellation of the opening two tournaments of the 2020/21 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, including the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens in November 2020.

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July 8th, 2020
Specialist sports tourism and sponsorship agency Expat Sport has continued its expansion with the appointment of Campbell Jamieson as a member of the company’s advisory board.
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July 1st, 2020

As the 2021 tour rolls around and the Lions return to South Africa they must be prepared for an onslaught of fiercely competitive, high octane rugby from a Springbok team in outstanding shape, thanks to the legacy of Rassie Erasmus.

 That meticulous Erasmus transformation of a side that had hit such a lean spell, into world champions, was nothing short of a masterpiece. All the more so, given that South Africa were at an all-time low seventh in the World Rankings in 2017, as a result of a series of shock defeats, among them Italy and Argentina, then that 57-0 rout down in Albany at the hands of their rampant New Zealand hosts.

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June 24th, 2020
Planning for the British & Irish Lions’ tour of South Africa in 2021 has gone up through the gears, according to SA Rugby chief executive Jurie Roux speaking recently in Johannesburg. He went on to say that next year’s tour is the most important tournament in global rugby after the World Cup.
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