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Former All Blacks player Dan Carter is considered by many to be one of the greatest first five-eight (or fly-half) of all time. He is known for possessing all the qualities of a well-rounded player: incredible speed, remarkable strength, a dangerous side-step, and a tactical approach to his reliable goal-kicks. Carter played for New Zealand. Kieran James Read ONZM (born 26 October ) is a New Zealand-born rugby union player, currently playing as a Number 8 for Toyota Verblitz in the Japanese Top League and is a former captain of the All Blacks, New Zealand's national rugby union team.. Read played for New Zealand from and is one of the most-capped players of all time, was the IRB Player of the Year in and a key. The latest news on the All Blacks, the Rugby World Cup (RWC), including live scoring and updates, the news on Spark's coverage.

George Nepia was only 19 when he was selected to play on the Invincibles tour of the United Kingdom and France. Not only did Nepia play fullback in all 30 games of this tour something that would be unheard of in present times , he also played two more games on the way home.

He played his last test match in after being barred from touring South Africa because of his Maori ethnicity. Former All Blacks player Dan Carter is considered by many to be one of the greatest first five-eight or fly-half of all time.

He is known for possessing all the qualities of a well-rounded player: incredible speed, remarkable strength, a dangerous side-step, and a tactical approach to his reliable goal-kicks.

Carter played for New Zealand between and , and has been named World Player of the Year three times. Upon making his test debut in , the younger Fitzpatrick earned his place as one of the greatest hookers of all time.

He became the captain of the All Blacks in and led the team into victory over the British Lions a year later. By the time he had retired in , Fitzpatrick had appeared in more international matches than any other player in the world.

He has been based in the UK since , where he works as a sports commentator and public speaker. The rugby great was recently knighted for his continuous efforts off the field to give back to his community and help marginalised Maori and Pacific youth.

All Blacks head coach Ian Foster never dared dream this season would be so bizarre. It wasn't perfect but he got the silverware he wanted.

Not quite good enough, reckons Marc Hinton. Former Laurie Mains gives us a detailed explanation of what the All Blacks must do to improve in Stars have aligned for the former All Black, who could retire after his final appearance in a black jersey in Hamilton on Saturday.

Progress with contract negotiations should be music to the ears of rugby fans spooked by Ian Foster's first year in charge of the All Blacks.

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Alexander McDonald. Frederick Newton. That same year, they also won the Tri-Nations, and achieved a second Grand Slam over the Home Nations for the first time since They lost their final match of the series against South Africa.

They completed their end of year tour unbeaten, with record away wins over France, England and Wales. The season started off with two mid-year tests against France.

A third game, against Canada, resulted in a 64—13 win, although the game was more competitive than the scoreline indicated.

New Zealand scored two tries in the final fifteen minutes of the game to win 26— However, they then suffered a defeat by hosts France in the quarter-finals in Cardiff.

The season started with three mid-year tests against Ireland and England, all of which New Zealand won.

The All Blacks opened the season with a 22—27 loss to France at Carisbrook, but defeated them 14—10 in Wellington a week later.

On points difference, France won the Dave Gallaher Cup for the first time. A week later the All Blacks defeated Italy 27—6 in Christchurch.

They finished second in the Tri-Nations Series , behind South Africa who lost only one game, and ended the series with a 33—6 win over Australia in Wellington.

In , the All Blacks won the Tri-Nations Series for the tenth time after three successive victories against South Africa, [] and won the Bledisloe Cup after consecutive victories against Australia.

New Zealand scored one try and a penalty to narrowly win 8—7. The All Blacks went undefeated in the inaugural tournament, and went through the year unbeaten until their last match of the year, where they lost to England at Twickenham.

They won all three tests, before going unbeaten in the Rugby Championship. At the Rugby Championship , the All Blacks drew with Australia and lost to South Africa in the away matches, but won the other four matches and the tournament.

At the shortened Rugby Championship , the All Blacks lost to Australia and was runner-up in the competition. They did, however achieve a significant return victory in the second Bledisloe test that year to retain the trophy.

The team entered the Rugby World Cup and again went undefeated in their pool matches. They defeated France 62—13 in the quarter-finals, South Africa 20—18 in the semi-finals, and Australia 34—17 in the final to become the first nation to retain the World Championship title and the first to win the Rugby World Cup three times.

The All Blacks went undefeated at the Rugby Championship , claiming bonus points at each match, under new captain and Number 8, Kieran Read and vice-captain and fullback Ben Smith.

Smith and wing Israel Dagg were also the joint highest try scorers in the competition with five each, while fly-half Beauden Barrett was the highest points scorer of the competition with 81 in total.

New Zealand redeemed the loss by defeating Ireland at home in Dublin in the return game the following week, by 21—9.

The series finished in a draw, with the All Blacks and Lions recording 1—1—1. The All Blacks had won the first test 30—15, the Lions took the second test 24—21, and the final test was drawn 15— Like the tour, this Lions series was dogged by controversy, with the Lions' tactics under expat Kiwi Coach Warren Gatland , [] the tone of local media coverage, [] the Red Card awarded to Sonny Bill Williams in the second test [] and the refereeing of French officials Romain Poite and Jerome Garces [] all hotly debated.

The drawn series, combined with the loss to Ireland to previous year led some in the media to claim that the team were on the slide, and that the Northern Hemisphere sides were catching up.

The autumn saw the All Blacks defeat a Barbarians team 32—21, France 38—18, Scotland 22—17 and Wales 33—18 to end the season. At the start of the season, the All Blacks saw off a touring French side in a 3—0 series victory, and won their first games of the Rugby Championship against Australia by 38—13 and 40—12 to keep the Bledisloe Cup for another year.

Another easy win against Argentina by 46—24 followed, however the All Blacks were subsequently beaten at home in Wellington by South Africa for the first time since , losing by 34—36 in a tightly contested game, [] before again beating Argentina by 35— In the return match against South Africa in Pretoria, the All Blacks trailed for much of the game but produced a thrilling comeback late the second half to win by 32— That series would prove a torrid one for the All Blacks, with a single-point victory over England 16—15 in a very closely fought test, [] followed by a second-ever loss to Ireland by 9—16 in a cauldron atmosphere at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

However, black wasn't always New Zealand's colours. During the tour of Australia which was the first overseas New Zealand rugby tour, the team donned a dark blue jersey, with a gold fern insignia on the left of the jumper.

There was a change some time after , and in the team met New South Wales wearing an all black uniform for the first time - black jersey, a canvas top with no collar, and a silver fern, and black shorts.

The change kit has traditionally been white with black shorts. After a few years of playing with a change kit of grey shirt and black shorts, the NZRU announced a return to the traditional white jersey and black shorts in May For the 30 July Springboks match in Wellington, the All Black jersey introduced a white collar in homage to that worn by the World Cup-winning team.

In , New Zealand wore an embroidered remembrance poppy on their jersey sleeve when playing France during the end-of-year tour.

It is an important part of our history as a country and a team. During the Rugby World Cup, there was an image of the Webb Ellis Cup embroidered on the sleeve of the All Blacks' jerseys, with the year '' below it to signify the team's previous world title.

Each of the four teams that had won the cup in previous years sported the same detailing on their jerseys.

Steinlager was the first sponsor to appear on the All Blacks' jersey, in the left breast of the jersey on the opposite side to the silver fern , lasting from to , when Adidas took over as supplier.

The tradition has been closely associated with New Zealand rugby ever since a tour of Australia and the United Kingdom by the New Zealand Natives in and , [] [] although it is likely that the New Zealand team that toured New South Wales in may also have performed a haka.

In August , before the Tri-Nations test match between New Zealand and South Africa at Carisbrook stadium in Dunedin , the All Blacks performed a new haka, Kapa o Pango , specially composed for the occasion by Derek Lardelli and intended to reflect the Polynesian -influenced multicultural make-up of contemporary New Zealand.

See or edit raw graph data. New Zealand have only ever been beaten by seven test nations, [j] and they are the only international team to have a winning record against every nation they have played.

They have won of their test matches — Since World Rankings were introduced by World Rugby in October , New Zealand have occupied the number one ranking the majority of the time.

New Zealand's longest winning streak is 18 test victories a Tier 1 joint world record , achieved between and In they won every test they played during a calendar year.

The All Blacks hold the record for most consecutive test wins at home — a match winning streak, achieved between and Their all-time points record for tests stands at 16, points for and 7, against updated 6 October The All Blacks' largest test win was —17 against Japan in , [] while their heaviest loss was a 7—28 loss to Australia in , [91] equaled by a 26—47 loss also to Australia in Below is summary of New Zealand test results, updated 15 November [].

New Zealand have won the World Cup three times. They beat France in the final of the inaugural competition held in New Zealand and Australia, defeated France again in the final of the tournament, also hosted in New Zealand, and most recently defeated Australia in England in , making them the first and only team to win the World Cup in consecutive tournaments.

In , they lost their semi-final to Australia before winning the playoff for third. In , they reached the final, before losing in extra time to hosts South Africa.

They finished in fourth place in , after losing their semi-final and then the third-place playoff game. In , New Zealand were knocked out by hosts Australia in their semi-final, before finishing third.

The World Cup saw their worst tournament, being knocked out in the quarter-finals by the host nation France; [] until this they were the only team to have reached the semi-finals of every tournament.

The All Blacks have never lost a World Cup pool match, and have finished top of their pool in all nine tournaments to date.

New Zealand holds several World Cup records: most World Cup Matches 55 , most points in one match versus Japan in , most cumulative points over all World Cups 2, , most tries overall , most conversions and also the record for the most points scored in the first half of a knockout game at the Rugby World Cup 29, against France along with the largest knockout margin 49 in the same match.

New Zealand's only annual tournament is a competition involving the Southern Hemisphere's top national teams. In , Argentina joined the competition, which was renamed The Rugby Championship.

New Zealand's record of 15 tournament wins the most recent in and 80 match wins is well ahead of the other teams' records. All Blacks man traveling squad for the Tri Nations Series [].

Joe Warbrick represented New Zealand on their historic tour to Australia, but is better known for selecting and captaining the —89 New Zealand Native football team that embarked on a match tour of New Zealand, Australia and the British Isles.

Dave Gallaher played in New Zealand's first ever test match in and also captained the Originals. Sir Fred Allen captained all of his 21 matches for New Zealand, including six tests, between and New Zealand won all 14 of their test matches with Allen as coach.

Don Clarke was an All Black between and and during this period he broke the record at the time for All Black test points. New Zealand lost only four of their 30 tests with Whineray as captain.

There were two players in the Hall of Fame to debut in the s one was flanker Graham Mourie. He captained 19 of his 21 tests and 57 of his 61 overall All Blacks matches between and Most notably, in he was captain of the first All Blacks side to complete a Grand Slam over the four Home Nations sides.

The World Cup champions were coached by Sir Brian Lochore who had represented New Zealand in 25 tests between and , including 17 as captain.

Sir John Kirwan played a total of 63 tests between and , scoring 35 tries, an All Blacks record at the time.

Known as The Iceman, Michael Jones was one of the greatest open side flankers of all time. For many years the most capped test All Black was Sean Fitzpatrick, with 92 appearances.

Jonah Lomu is generally regarded as the first true global superstar of rugby union. Lomu, a wing , had unique physical gifts; even though he stood 1.

He burst on the international scene in the Rugby World Cup , scoring seven tries in the competition.

Four of those tries came in New Zealand's semi-final win over England, including an iconic try in which he bulldozed England's Mike Catt on his way to the try line.

He added eight more tries in the Rugby World Cup. Perhaps most remarkably, Lomu played virtually his entire top-level career in the shadow of a serious kidney disorder which ended his test career in and ultimately led to a transplant in Even with his career hampered and eventually shortened by his health issues, he scored 37 tries in 63 tests.

The record for most test points for not only New Zealand, but any nation, is held by Dan Carter with 1, from tests. The current head coach of the All Blacks, Ian Foster, was an assistant coach to his predecessor Steve Hansen who held the position from until Due to the definition of the role of All Blacks coach varying so much prior to the All Blacks tour of South Africa, the following table only includes coaches appointed since.

Like other major rugby nations Argentina, Australia, France and South Africa, New Zealand does not have an official stadium for its national team.

Instead, the All Blacks play their test matches at a variety of venues throughout New Zealand. By that time, the NZRU no longer considered Carisbrook a suitable test venue, and a covered sports stadium was proposed as a replacement.

AMI Stadium was significantly damaged during the February Christchurch earthquake , with cracks in some stands and the playing surface badly damaged by liquefaction as well as damage to infrastructure and streets surrounding the venue.

As a result of the damage all scheduled World Cup games to be held in Christchurch were moved to other regions. Test rugby returned to Christchurch in at Rugby League Park.

Although the stands at that venue were damaged severely enough that they had to be torn down, infrastructure damage was much less severe than at AMI Stadium, and the playing surface survived relatively intact.

The stadium was rebuilt with a permanent capacity of 17,, with temporary seating allowing for 9, more spectators. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Redirected from All Blacks. For other uses, see All Blacks disambiguation. This article is about the men's team.

For the women's team, see New Zealand women's national rugby union team. First colours. Second colours. See also: The Original All Blacks.

All Blacks historic jerseys. The " Originals " jersey. The Adidas jersey worn between July and August Main article: Haka in sports.

Men's World Rugby Rankings v t e. See also: List of All Blacks tours and series. See also: List of New Zealand rugby union Test matches.

Main article: List of New Zealand national rugby union players.

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