Here are the official crowds for the 2017 edition of the Rugby Championship, the annual tournament featuring Southern Hemisphere quartet Argentina, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. It was previously known as the Tri Nations before changing its name to the Rugby Championship following Argentina’s introduction.
Last updated after Argentina vs Australia on 8 October, 2017
Wallabies vs All Blacks 2017 Attendance 54,846 ANZ Stadium, Sydney (Result Australia 34-54 New Zealand)
Springboks vs Pumas 2017 Attendance 43,513 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth (Result South Africa 37-15 Argentina)
(The Herald Newspaper from Port Elizabeth reported the crowd as 42,513, but SA Rugby had it as 43,513, so we’re going with the official version)
All Blacks vs Wallabies 2017 Attendance 27,085 Dunedin (Forsyth Barr Stadium) Result NZ 35-29 Aus
Pumas vs Springboks 2017 Attendance 17,435 Salta (Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena) Result Arg 23-41 RSA
All Blacks vs Los Pumas 2017 Attendance 22,118 (Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth) Result NZ 30-22 Argentina
Wallabies vs Springboks 2017 Attendance 17,528 (NIB Stadium, Perth) Result Australia 23-23 South Africa
All Blacks v Springboks 2017 Attendance 30,021 (QBE Stadium, Albany)– Result NZ 57-0 RSA
Wallabies vs Los Pumas 2017 Attendance 14,229 (GIO Stadium, Canberra)– Result Australia 45-20 Argentina
Springboks vs Australia 2017 Attendance 33,805 (Bloemfontein)- South Africa 27-27 Wallabies
Argentina vs New Zealand 2017 Attendance 30,140 (Buenos Aires)- Pumas 10-36 All Blacks
South Africa vs New Zealand 2017 Attendance 47,342 (Newlands, Cape Town)– Springboks 24-25 All Blacks
Argentina vs Australia 2017 Attendance 30,256 (Mendoza)– Pumas 20-37 Wallabies
What is the highest crowd at the 2017 Rugby Championship
It was the 54,846 who turned up at the ANZ Stadium to watch Australia vs New Zealand in Round 1.
What is the lowest attendance at the 2017 Rugby Championship
The 17,431 who watched Argentina vs South Africa in Round 2.