The dream poster that really makes us want to be there! The next Rugby World Cup held in France will start on September 8, 2023 with A clash between the fifteenth of France and all blacks in New Zealand. The match will be held at the Stade de France in Seine-Saint-Denis.
Full Contest Schedule (September 8 – October 28) It was unveiled on Friday. After being placed in Group A, the Blues will also face a qualifying match from the Americas on September 14, 2023 in Lille, then the Africa Region on September 21 in Marseille, before finishing October 6 in Lyon, against Italy.
Eighth World Cup confrontation
This opening match against the New Zealanders, three-time world champions, is likely to symbolize morale. This will be the eighth among the World Cup selections. In 2011, the two countries faced each other already in the group stage, to achieve a victory for all blacks (37-17), before they met in the final to crown the Kiwi (8-7). In total, the Blues defeated the Fern team only twice, In the semi-finals of the 1999 edition and in the 2007 World Cup quarter-finals, each time at the end of the matches that were remembered.
The ticket office opens in March
In total, this is it Forty-eight matches will be played in nine host cities (Saint-Denis, Marseille, Nice, Lille, Toulouse, Lyon, Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne, Nantes). “Each city will host at least one of the Japanese quarter-finals qualified teams.”The president of the 2023 World Championships confirmed. The ticket office will be open from mid-March 2021.
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