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Ireland will take on the All Blacks at Soldier Field in Chicago on November 5th. Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Email App Eir Sport have confirmed that they will broadcast the Ireland v New Zealand test on Saturday, 5th November in Chicago’s 61,500 seater stadium, Soldier Field. The game will be at 9pm Irish time, and is the first of Ireland’s Autumn test matches. The Dublin-based sports television company, formerly known as Setanta Sports, will also broadcast the Munster v Maori All Blacks game, which takes place on Friday, November 11th in the sides’ first ever meeting in Thomond Park. They will also show European Rugby Champions Cup matches, including Leinster’s first game on Saturday, October 15th against Castres, Connacht and Ulster games in Round 2, and December’s double headers involving Leinster and Munster Rugby.


Ireland v New Zealand: Five reasons why Ireland can beat the All Blacks for the first time Ireland take on New Zealand in Chicago's Soldier Field on November 5 [©INPHO/Billy Stickland Ireland take on New Zealand in Chicago’s Soldier Field on November 5 from signing a new contract with the IRFU, Joe Schmidt has named his Ireland squad for the Test against New Zealand on November 5.There’ll be no Ian Madigan while Keith Earls is suspended, but other than that the squad is looking pretty sharp, with six fresh faces drafted in to keep the usual suspects on their toes.

There was heartache the last time Ireland played New Zealand as, after taking a 19-0 lead, they buckled under the weight of expectation and ended up losing by two points.This time around, though, Ireland appear better equipped to beat the All Blacks for the first time, and here’s whyIreland came out a much better team after the heartache in 2013

New Zealand's Ryan Crotty crosses the line to score the last try of the game
In sport, you win or learn. Ireland certainly learned from their last defeat to New Zealand, as Johnny Sexton attests to.
He said: “The game in 2013 was probably the catalyst for our success after it. Back-to-back Six Nations, winning in Argentina and then the guys going and winning in South Africa. All of that stemmed from the lessons that we learned from the New Zealand game, as hard as the defeat was to take. It’s a big part of our story.”

Spirits are high after Joe Schmidt renewed his contract

Joe Schmidt: Should we keep faith in the Kiwi? [Picture: Getty]
Joe Schmidt is staying for the foreseeable future [Picture: Getty]
The Ireland coach is widely regarded as one of the best in world rugby and his decision to extend his contract this week was an endorsement not just of this team, but also of the winning culture that has crept into Irish rugby since the turn of the century.
Once a team who were beaten before they started, now they dare to dream.