Everything You Need to Know About Rugby World Cup 2023

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In September 2023, the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France will kick off, officially beginning the countdown. As the premier international rugby union competition, this will be the 10th edition of the tournament. 

Rugby World Cup 2023

Every four years, teams from all over the world compete in the Rugby World Cup. France will host the 10th tournament, which will be held in 2023. Twenty teams will compete in the tournament, and the winner will be named the rugby union world champion.

Twenty teams from all over the world are going to compete, so the tournament should feature the best players and the most exciting games in the sport. The sport’s governing body, World Rugby, is in charge of putting on the tournament.

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Rugby World Cup 2023 dates

The Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place from 8 September to 28 October 2023. While France looks to make a strong showing on home soil, other teams will contend for the title of world champion.

Rugby World Cup 2023 fixtures and schedule

Taking place at Stade de France, Saint-Denis, the opening match is scheduled for Friday, 8 September 2023. Taking place at 9 PM local time (GMT+1), the match will feature New Zealand competing against the host team.

Twenty teams will play 48 matches, with one to four matches played each day. After the group stage ends on 8 October, the knockout stage will take place from 14 October until 28 October. You can find all the information you need on the official website of the RWC, including the schedule, fixtures, and tickets.

Rugby World Cup 2023 venues

The Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place in nine stadiums across France. Here are the stadiums:

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Stade de Bordeaux – Capacity: 42,115


Stade Pierre Mauroy – Capacity: 50,186


OL Stadium – Capacity: 59,186


Stade Vélodrome – Capacity: 67,394


Stade de la Beaujoire – Capacity: 37,473


Stade de Nice – Capacity: 35,624


Stade de France – Capacity: 81,338


Stade Geoffroy Guichard – Capacity: 41,965


Stadium de Toulouse – Capacity: 33,150

Rugby World Cup 2023 tickets and packages

The Rugby World Cup 2023 ticket packages are now available. Tickets can be purchased through the official partner website. Tickets start at € 10 and go up to € 950.

It is expected that fans will receive their tickets between three and seven days before the match. Make sure you get your tickets before they sell out.

Rugby World Cup 2023 merchandise

The official shop at is where fans can purchase official merchandise.

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