The All Blacks team in Lyon for the 2023 World Cup

The All Blacks team in Lyon for the 2023 World Cup

For the Rugby World Cup in 2023, the New Zealand All-Blacks chose to settle in Lyon and take advantage of the LOU infrastructure.

A name that makes you dream as much as you shiver. In 2023, the All-Black team will settle in Lyon (Rhone). The New Zealand rugby union team chose the capital of Gaul as their base camp during the World Cup. Residency lasting at least one month, at the time of the group phases. The main reason for choosing this Lyon: New Zealand will play two group matches at the OL Stadium. First against Italy, September 9, before finding Uruguay on October 5.

IN LOU .’s den

Coming to the rune, Al Black doesn’t settle anywhere. Bowden Barrett and his teammates will be staying at the local club LOU. The Organizing Committee for the 2023 World Cup, Lyon City Hall and LOU Rugby have announced that they will provide this equipment, from the Gerland stadium to gyms and other workplaces. To accompany the arrival of men in black, and above all to celebrate this great rugby festival in France, Gerland will also host a rugby village. There you will find platforms and activities around the World Cup.

Australia as a neighbor of Saint-Etienne

The #1 All-Blacks contender due to its geographical proximity in Oceania, Australia will be very close. The Wallabies are settling down precisely against their derby enemy, in Saint-Etienne (Loire). Everywhere in France, national selections are investing French cities. In the south, we find Uruguay in Avignon (Vaucluse) and Scotland in Nice (Alpes Maritimes). Wales chose Versailles (Evelyn) while Fiji set her sights on Libourne (Girond). At Le Touquet, the English will only have to cross the canal. The last pick so far to announce its final choice, Argentina will settle in La Baule-Escoublac (Loire Atlantic).

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