The autumn internationals are end of year tests which take place in November each year (excluding the World Cup years). Each team will typically play three to four matches at home against Southern Hemisphere teams. In 2023, the Rugby World Cup will be taking place from 8 September and therefore there will be no autumn internationals in November.
Warm up fixtures will be in place throughout the summer, three of which will be hosted at Twickenham Stadium.
England will play two warm up matches against Wales and Fiji at Twickenham Stadium. They will first host Wales on Saturday 12 August, then Fiji two weeks' later on Saturday 26 August. This will be the last chance to see England play before they head to France for the Rugby World Cup 2023. Tickets and hospitality for both home matches are on sale now.
Rugby heavyweights New Zealand and South Africa are set to go toe-to-toe in a historic fixture at Twickenham Stadium on Friday, 25 August (KO 7.30pm). The hotly-anticipated fixture will form part of their final preparations for Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2023, which kicks off just two weeks later with the All Blacks facing hosts France in Paris. Tickets and hospitality are on sale now.