The Classic All Blacks is a rugby union team made up of former New Zealand Rugby (Men's) representatives. It is not an official national team of New Zealand. First put together in 2007, the team has played Japan three times, English Premiership side Leicester Tigers and 'classic' teams from France and Australia.
In 2013, the side played Fiji as part of the Fiji Rugby Union's centennial anniversary.
On 7 October 2015, the Classic All Blacks played RC Toulonnais at the Stade Mayol in a match to honour the late Jerry Collins.
|Japan||35–26||Won||9 May 2007||Kobe Universiade Memorial||Kobe|
|Japan||36–6||Won||12 May 2007||Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium||Tokyo|
|Japan||15–13||Won||31 May 2008||National Stadium||Tokyo|
|Fiji||14–33||Lost||12 Jun 2013||ANZ Stadium||Suva|
The provisional squad to play Toulon on 7 October 2015.
Note: Flags indicate national union under World Rugby eligibility rules.