“Argentina are playing their home game against us at Twickenham in the Rugby Championship this year, so there is a precedent there,” ARU general manager Rob Clarke told News Corp Australia.
“Even a city like New York, where there is a strong Australian and New Zealand expat presence, have expressed interest in getting more international rugby content. It is a consideration for us, certainly.”
Such a move would only fall in the years which Australia has the right to host two matches, and given 2019 is a World Cup year, it leaves 2020 as the only real viable option.
It would mark the first time a Bledisloe Cup match has been played outside of New Zealand or Australia in a three-match series.
Hong Kong has twice hosted matches and Tokyo once, however both were money-making fourth games added onto the end of the annual series.