Official fixtures and results page for Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.
Rugby World Cup Fixtures. The 2023 Rugby World Cup runs from Friday 8 September to Saturday 28 October, with games played across France. South Africa will be looking to defend their title after they defeated England 32-12 in the 2019 final in Japan. Eddie Jones will want to avenge that result and claim the trophy before he bows out as England’s boss but hosts France and three-time winners New Zealand will fancy their chances too.
2023 World Cup fixtures in full Sep 8: France vs New Zealand (Pool A) – Stade de France, Saint-Denis Sep 9: Italy vs Africa 1 (Pool A) – Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Etienne
Rugby World Cup France 2023 Fixtures The world’s best teams, nine match venues, 55 days of incredible action: Welcome to Rugby World Cup France 2023. The tournament will be a huge occasion, the chance to celebrate 200 years since the birth of the sport, and the best 20 teams in the world will come together for a festival of the very best rugby to decide who will be crowned World Champions.
250,000 Rugby World Cup 2023 tickets available from 28 September. 2023 Family members registered by 12:00 CEST on 28 September can access an exclusive presale period between 18:00 CEST 28 September and 18:00 CET 29 September, before a general public sale on 30 September. USA set up Americas 1 showdown with Uruguay.
Rugby World Cup 2023 Draw: Most and least common fixtures in tournament’s history. Ahead of the official Rugby World Cup 2023 Draw in Paris on Monday, we take a look at the fixtures that have been played more than others — and those that have left fans wanting more. Since New Zealand took on Italy in the first ever Rugby World Cup match, there have been a total of 174 different match-ups across nine tournaments.
Rugby World Cup 2023 fixtures. The pasting of England by the spring box in Yokohama feels like a distant memory of the preparations for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in earnest. The next tournament will be held in France, and major rugby nations already know the majority of the opponents they face. In the RWC 2023 draw, England will be placed in Pool D alongside Japan, Argentina and Samoa, with one still unknown qualifying round.