Cape Town Stadium, which is set to become the new home of Western Province rugby, may not host a Springbok Test until 2020.
Due to a congested 2019 schedule because of the World Cup later in the year, the Springboks will not host any mid-year Tests and will only play two Rugby Championship matches at home.
According to Rapport newspaper, neither of those two are scheduled to be played in Cape Town but there is a possibility that Bok coach Rassie Erasmus will arrange a couple of World Cup warm-up games.
The Springboks’ 25-10 defeat to England is believed to be the last-ever Test played at Newlands after a deal between the Western Province Rugby Football Union and the City of Cape Town was reportedly reached, which will see the union move from Newlands to Cape Town Stadium.
WPRFU CEO Paul Zacks is set to meet with the union’s clubs on Monday to discuss the move.