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Germany to Face Americas Teams in November 2017

Germany is to face Americas teams in November 2017. The Central Europeans are to have three home internationals, two of which will be against countries from the Americas. On November 11, 18 and 25 Germany will play host to South Korea, the USA and Brazil.

The November Internationals series follows on from Germany’s successful home series in 2016. The Germans defeated both Uruguay and Brazil at home, the latter being a 2-0 series win. From there Germany has gone on to defeat Belgium, Romania and Kenya in 2017.

The home match against the USA marks the second time in as many years that Germany will host a Rugby World Cup competition from another continent. Uruguay’s defeat last November underlines the threat of Germany. The USA will need to take the match very seriously.

Germany’s clash against South Korea sees the Eastern Asian country touring again. Last November South Korea played two tests in Chile, splitting the series 1-1 with Los Cóndores.

November 11 Germany vs South Korea
November 18 Germany vs USA
November 25 Germany vs Brazil


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  • nico christo

    there is something going serious in Germany thanks to Herr Wild toward professionalism

  • Mike

    I’ve only seen two games confirmed for USA in November, i.e, Germany & Georgia. Surely they will be allocated a third test match for the November window. All matches should have been confirmed by now.

    • nico christo

      I wish the Eagles to have some serious side to meet, Scotland or something stronger than a 2nd Tier.

      • Mike

        Tier 2 sides should play against Tier 1 sides at least twice per year. That would lift that standard of rugby and make the RWC more competitive .. and compelling.