Alain Delamotte –
The blues are finally fixed. The schedule for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in Paris was revealed on Friday as France 15th saw its match against Scotland in the Six Nations Championship postponed due to the heavy number of Covid-19 cases in the French workforce and crew. On December 14 at Brüngniart Palace, the lots were placed in New Zealand, Italy, and two countries in America and Africa, yet to be determined.
This Friday we know more about the standings of the group stage matches. Thus, the Blues will begin the Stade de France competition against the All-Blacks on September 8, when they face Italy Africa 1 (Editor’s note: African Rugby Cup 2022 winner) on September 9 at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Etienne. France’s 15th next moves on against America 1 (Editor’s note: Americas Rugby League winner) on September 14 at Stade Pierre-Moroy in Lille, with New Zealand playing Africa 1 at Toulouse the next day.
On the third day, the Blues will play Africa 1 at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille on September 21, the day after the Italy-America 1 match in Nice. America 1 and Africa 1 will meet on September 27 at Parc OL, when Italy tries to disrupt the All-Blacks team at this Parc OL on September 29. Italy that France will find on October 6 during the last day in Lyon, the day after New Zealand – America 1 in the same box.
Other interesting lessons to be learned from this unveiling of the 2023 World Cup calendar include the confrontations between England and Argentina on the first day of pool D on September 9 at the Stade Vélodrome or between Wales and Australia at Pool C on September 24 at Parc OL. Not forgetting South Africa – Scotland on September 10 in Marseille and Ireland – Scotland on October 7 at Stade de France in Group B.
France and New Zealand, September 8, 2023 at the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis.
Italy and Africa 1, 9 September at the Stade Geoffroy Guichard in Saint-Etienne.
France-America 1, September 14 at Stade Pierre-Moroy in Lille.
New Zealand and Africa 1, September 15 at the Toulouse Stadium.
Italy-America 1, September 20 at the Nice Stadium.
France – Africa 1, September 21 at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille.
America 1-Africa 1, September 27 at Parc OL in Lyon.
New Zealand and Italy, September 29 at Parc OL in Lyon.
New Zealand and America October 1, 5 at Parc OL in Lyon.
France and Italy, October 6 at Parc OL in Lyon.
Ireland – Europe 2, September 9 at Matmot Atlantic in Bordeaux.
South Africa – Scotland, September 10 at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille.
Ireland – Asia/Pacific 1, September 16 at Stade Beaujoire in Nantes.
South Africa – Europe 2, September 17 at Matmot Atlantic in Bordeaux.
South Africa-Ireland, September 23 at the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis.
Scotland – Asia/Pacific 1, September 24 at Nice Stadium.
Scotland-Europe 2, September 30 at Stade Pierre-Moroy in Lille.
South Africa – Asia/Pacific 1, on October 1 at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille.
Ireland – Scotland, October 7 at the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis.
Asia/Pacific 1-Europe 2, October 8 at Stade Pierre Morey in Lille.
Australia – Europe 1, September 9 at the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis.
Wells-Fiji, September 10 at Matmute Atlantic in Bordeaux.
Wales qualifiers winners, 16 September at Nice Stadium.
Australia – Fiji, September 17 at the St-Etienne Geoffroy Guichard.
Europe 1- Winner of the qualifiers, September 23 at the Stade Toulouse.
Wales-Australia, September 24 at Parc OL in Lyon.
Fidji-Europe 1, September 30 at Matmut-Atlantique in Bordeaux.
Australia Qualifiers for Winners, October 1 at Stade Geoffroy Guichard in Saint-Étienne.
Wales-Europe 1, 7 October at Stade Beaujoire in Nantes.
Winner qualifiers from Fiji, October 8 at the Stade de Toulouse.
d . pool
England-Argentina, September 9 at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille.
Japan and America 2, September 10 at the Toulouse Stadium.
Oceania 1 – America 2, October 16 at Matmot Atlantic in Bordeaux.
England-Japan, September 17 at Nice Stadium.
Argentina – Oceania 1, September 22 at the Estadio Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Etienne.
England-America 2, September 23 at Stade Pierre-Moroy in Lille.
Japan and Oceania 1, September 28 at Toulouse Stadium.
Argentina-America 2, September 30 at Stade Beaujoire in Nantes.
England – Oceania 1, October 7 at Stade Pierre Moroy in Lille.
Japan and Argentina, October 8 at Stade Beaujoire in Nantes.
Regarding the final table, the first quarter-final, on October 14 at the Stade Vélodrome, will contest the first of Group C versus the second of Group D. The second quarter will combine the first of Group B to the second of Group A, when the third quarter-finalist places the first of Group D Head-to-head with the second from Group C. Finally, the first from Group A and the second from Group B will face each other in the final quarter-finals. Thus, starting in the quarter-finals and depending on its classification, 15th France could face Scotland, Ireland or South Africa.
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