22 Aug 2016

Join the Blues Club before 30 Sep for a chance to head to Brisbane with the Blues

We’ve got a range of fantastic prize draws exclusive to Blues Club members, and right now, renew your membership or join us for the first time before 30 September 2016, you could win a trip to Brisbane with the team. You and a friend could be heading to Queensland on 11-12 February 2017 where you’ll […]

15 Nov 2018

MacDonald to lead re-structured coaching team

The Blues have restructured their coaching roles for the upcoming Investec Super Rugby Championship. Leon MacDonald has today been appointed as the new head coach on a three-year term while retaining the attack portfolio alongside Tom Coventry as the forwards coach and Daniel Halangahu as the skills and back coach. Tana Umaga will take up […]

Mike Tamoaieta

The former Samoan Under-20 front rower first came to prominence as a New Zealand Secondary Schools representative out of Sacred Heart College. He moved through the Blues development sides including the Under-20s before taking up the opportunity to move to Mitre-10 Cup with North Harbour in 2017 where he  impressed with some strong performances. Tamoaieta […]

31 Oct 2018

Blues promote from within for 2019

With three exceptions, the Blues has looked to its own provincial unions and development programme to complete the line-up for the 2019 Investec Super Rugby Championship. Veteran All Black Centurion, Ma’a Nonu will return to a team he has played for on two occasions and joins with two new signings from Tasman in fellow midfield […]

Tamati Tua

Tamati is an exciting midfield back from Kaitaia who progressed through the Blues development system to their under-20s side and earned a place in the New Zealand team that won the Under-20 Rugby World Championship in 2017. He was called into the Blues squad as an early season All Blacks cover in 2017, returning to […]

01 Nov 2018

Five players to watch

Yesterday, coach Tana Umaga unveiled a 38-man squad full of proven talent, rising stars and marquee signings.   We’re not ones to play favourites, but here’s five players we think our fans will want to follow in 2019.   Karl Tu’inukuafe   All Black number 1171 has made a truly remarkable rise.   The 25-year-old […]

30 Oct 2018

Tu’inukuafe’s rapid rise continues

All Blacks prop Karl Tu’inukuafe will officially graduate from the international newcomers’ class of 2018 as one of the world’s best.   The 2018 All Black prop, who shot to fame after a shock call-up as injury cover for the All Blacks during the June international season, has been named one of three World Rugby […]