Kicking off on Saturday 27 February, the six week competition will see each side play each other across the country, with a final to decide the inaugural Super U20s champion.
The five teams competing will be Queensland U20s, NSW Gen Blue U20s, Brumbies Colts (U20s), Melbourne Rebels U20s and the Western Force U20s.
The competition will fill a vital gap between the former Australian U20s Championship and the BMW Australian U20s side, creating more depth for the national side and the next generation of Australian Super Rugby stars coming through the ranks.
All but two matches are curtain raisers to Australian Asteron Life Super Rugby matches, creating a greater match day experience for fans.
The competition is also a great developmental opportunity as players will be able to track their own progress competing against the Australia’s best.
The two teams with the highest point score at the conclusion of the competition will playoff in the final to determine the inaugural Super U20s champions.