Wales to face All Blacks in three-Test tour of New Zealand

Taulupe Faletau on the attack for Wales against New Zealand
Wales last toured New Zealand in 2010, losing both Tests in Hamilton and Dunedin

Wales are to play three Tests against the All Blacks in New Zealand in the summer of 2016.

Warren Gatland's side will face the 2011 world champions first in Auckland's 50,000-capacity Eden Park on 11 June.

The second Test will be played at Wellington's 34,500-capacity Westpac Stadium seven days later.

Dunedin's Forsysth Barr Stadium hosts the final match of the series on 25 June.

Wales last toured New Zealand in June 2010 when they lost 42-9 in the first Test in Dundedin and beaten 29-10 in the second Test in Hamilton.