The 2023 Rugby World Cup Final will be played on Saturday 28 October 2023. Before that, the finalists will be determined in two semi-finals. Matches to determine a place in the final will be held on October 20 and 21. Argentina and New Zealand will meet in the first semi-final. England and defending champion South Africa will compete in the second semi-final match. The winner not only gets the trophy, but also a big cash prize.
In this article you will find all the information about the 2023 Rugby World Cup Final in France.
Rugby World Cup 2023: Final match date and time
The final of the 2023 Rugby World Cup will be held in France Saturday, October 28, 2023, done. The match kicks off at 9:15 p.m., at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, near Paris.
Broadcast: This is how you watch the Rugby World Cup Final live
This year you can watch the Rugby World Cup live on free TV! ProSieben acquired the broadcast rights to the tournament. Thus, the media group is showing 35 of the 48 World Cup matches live and in their entirety on free-to-air television. Broadcaster ProSieben Maxx is responsible for broadcasting the matches. The 2023 Rugby World Cup Final will be broadcast live on ProSieben Maxx from 8:15pm.
You can also… Live broadcast All World Cup matches Free And follow it completely. You can watch 48 doubles matches in the World Cup, and therefore also the semi-finals and finals ran.de, in the run application and on Joyn.
Rugby World Cup 2023: These four teams can reach the final
20 countries participated in this World Cup tournament. Now, out of these twenty countries, only four remain. Argentina will play against New Zealand in the first semi-final. The New Zealand All Blacks are not only three-time world champions, they are also favorites against Argentina.
England will face South Africa in the second semi-final. The English are the only European team remaining in this tournament. Steve Borthwick’s side find themselves an odd side against three-time world champions and defending champions South Africa. South Africa eliminated host France from the tournament in the quarter-finals and will do everything in its power to reach the final to defend its title.
Prize money at the 2023 Rugby World Cup
The Rugby World Cup in France is not just about the trophy, it is also about big prize money. According to consistent media reports, the winner of the tournament will receive a prize money of 5.5 million euros. The two finalists will receive prize money of approximately €2.9 million.
Rugby World Cup: World Champions of the Past 20 Years
- 2019: South Africa
- 2015: New Zealand
- 2011: New Zealand
- 2007: South Africa
- 2003: England
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