Wallabies to face France in Paris in 2020

The Wallabies will head to Paris in 2020, for the first time since 2016, where they will play France as part of their end-of-year tour to Europe.

Australia’s clash with Les Bleus will be the second in their 2020 end-of-year tour, on November 14, one of three matches already confirmed for the trip.

The Aussies last played France on a 2016 Grand Slam tour, with the Wallabies eking out a narrow win over the hosts in that clash.

Australia will open their end-of-year tour against Ireland in Dublin before this Paris clash, with a Twickenham Test against England set to take place two weeks later.

No match has been announced for the November 21 weekend but Wales would appear a potential opponent as the only home nation yet to announce their end-of-year schedule.

France will also take on South Africa and Georgia in their end-of-year Tests.

The @Wallabies will take on @FranceRugby for the first time in four years, on their 2020 Spring Tour. #FRAvAUShttps://t.co/ANh7nu9Wke

— RUGBYcomau (@rugbycomau) December 8, 2019

2020 Wallabies Test schedule

More to be confirmed

July Series

July 4 – Australia vs Ireland, Suncorp Stadium

July 11 – Australia vs Ireland, SCG

The Rugby Championship

August 8 – Australia vs New Zealand, Marvel Stadium, Melbourne

August 15 – New Zealand vs Australia, Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Bledisloe Cup

October 17 – Australia vs New Zealand, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

End-of-year tour

November 7 – Ireland vs Australia, Aviva Stadium, Dublin

November 14 – France vs Australia, Stade de France, Paris

November 28 – England vs Australia, Twickenham, London