On 5 November at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ireland will take on the All Blacks and seek to beat arguably the biggest juggernaut in world sport for the very first time. We have the details on where to watch Ireland vs All Blacks at Soldier Field in Chicago below.
Ireland will face New Zealand in what promises to be a monumental task for Joe Schmidt's team. Ireland will hope to go one better as they were agonisingly close to defeating the All Blacks in 2013.
In the closing stages of a truly pulsating game of rugby in November 2013, Ireland lead the All Blacks 22-17 but resilient runs by Ma'a Nonu and Ben Smith weakened the already tired Irish defence. Ryan Crotty then found space down the left flank and he scored a try to break Irish hearts. Never has a stadium gone from pure euphoria to despair in such a short period of time. Aaron Cruden converted and the All Blacks finished the calendar year with a 100% record.
Ireland enter the 2016 Autumn Internationals with a 0-1-27 record against New Zealand. Coming off the back of a rather disappointing Six Nations campaign, Joe Schmidt - who recently extended his contract - will seek out a positive performance.
Where To Watch Ireland Vs All Blacks...
If You're In Ireland:
A new television era is dawning in Ireland as eir Sport obtained the exclusive rights to the 2019 Rugby World Cup and the upcoming Ireland vs New Zealand test in Chicago, November 5th.
For those of you with eir Sport, coverage starts with kick off at 8pm Irish time.
eir Sport will also feature Munster's clash with the Maori All Blacks at Thomond Park on November 11th.
If You're In The United Kingdom:
Due to the fact that eir Sport is unavailable in the UK, the Ireland v All Blacks game will be live in HD as part of the BT Sports package. Again, 8pm kickoff - coverage begins at 7:45pm
If You're In The United States:
In the US, the match will be shown on the NBC sports network. Check our cable provider for the exact stream. NBCSN have promised to air the game at 8pm local time.
No matter which country you find yourself watching the game in, it promises to be a truly fascinating encounter in front of a 61,500 capacity crowd in Chicago.