Upcoming Super Rugby games can be a little tricky at the moment, with some matches having limited space and others requiring a significant increase in the number of players available.
But there’s plenty to enjoy in these upcoming games, and we’ve put together a handy guide to help you get started.
With that said, we know a lot of you are still struggling to make it to your first Super Rugby game.
Here’s everything you need to know to start the series, including the best ways to travel and get in to your seats.
Forget the World Cup, the Olympics or even the World Rugby tournament.
You’re still only two weeks away from the finals.
What are Super Rugby?
Super Rugby is a hybrid of rugby and football, played between 12 teams in the English Premiership and Scottish Premiership.
The format involves the 12 sides playing three matches a week, with each side playing three games a week.
The sides play for the title of the Premiership and the Premiership Championship respectively, and then they face each other again on the last weekend of the season.
This season’s Premiership sides have already played two more matches, against Toulon and Glasgow, while the sides who play Glasgow have yet to play their second game.
All the games are live and streamed on BT Sport, which means that you can watch the games on BT Sports’ website, as well as BT Sport’s mobile app.
If you’re going to the games, then you need a subscription.
BT Sport offers a 30-day trial for $10.
If, like us, you prefer to watch on TV, then BT Sport has a $5 TV package that includes access to the full TV channels for the games.
So if you’re watching the matches on TV you’ll need to pay the £15 fee.
For those who prefer the internet, there are plenty of streaming services available for watching Super Rugby on BT.
If that doesn’t suit you, you can stream Super Rugby matches on BT’s free live sports app.
You can also follow the action via the BT Sport app.
For a more in-depth look at the format, check out our full Super Rugby guide.
What can you expect at Super Rugby 2017?
If you’ve watched Super Rugby in the past, then it’s easy to get a sense of what to expect in the new format.
The teams are split into six groups of four, with teams in each group playing each other in two games a day.
You’ll see the teams play a minimum of one match a week between each group, with the next game being played on the final weekend of each group.
The teams will also play four fixtures a week in a round-robin format, with one game per week between teams in every group.
The teams play on the weekend following the first and third games, so if you want to be prepared for what might happen, you’ll want to get the first three matches of the week to be your first two.
However, if you do want to prepare for the third game of the round, you should probably stick to your pre-season plan.
The games are played on a Sunday morning, meaning that you won’t see a lot happening between games.
That’s not to say you shouldn’t have some games to catch up on, but it’s worth keeping in mind that you’ll have more time to watch as the week goes on.
There will also be no time for socialising, which will be a big concern for some people, and there will be some restrictions on social media, so it might be a good idea to get some rest.
What will be on TV?
The first game of Super Rugby will be against Toutai, which features a French international, Jacques de Villiers, and a Welsh player, Peter Horne.
Toutai is one of the top teams in France, so they’re well-known for their defensive intensity, and that’s something you’ll see throughout the series.
You’ll also get to watch some of France’s most celebrated rugby players in the form of Olivier Ntcham, Jean-Luc Dunker, and the two players who will be playing the final game of their careers.
There’s a lot to be excited about in this series, so you’ll be able to catch all of the action on BT, BT Sport and BT Sport Next, all of which will offer live coverage of the games through BT Sport.
Who will be the best team?
There will be two teams in this format, one from each group in each match.
These two teams will play each other for the first time, with Touta, France, facing off against Ténéré.
Toutaire is a French rugby club with a rich history in Super Rugby, winning the 2011 and 2013 European Super Rugby championships respectively.
It’ll be interesting to see how the teams fare against each other, as France has had success against the Toutawas and the Ténés in