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  2. The 1999 Rugby World Cup was the fourth Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial international rugby union championship. It was principally hosted by Wales, and was won by Australia. This was the first Rugby World Cup to be held in the sport's professional era. Although the majority of matches were played outside Wales the opening ceremony, the first match and the final were held in Cardiff. Four automatic qualification places were available for the 1999 tournament; Wales qualified automatically as host

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  3. The 1999 Rugby World Cup Final was the final match in the 1999 Rugby World Cup. It was played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales on 6 November 1999, between Australia and France with 72,500 in attendance. Australia won the game by 35 points to 12, and with it, their second World Cup, having also won the 1991 tournament in England.

  4. Albanese: “Beating Ireland is a great memory for us”. Ahead of the live streaming of Argentina’s ground-breaking Rugby World Cup 1999 win against Ireland this Saturday, one of the side’s reluctant heroes tells us how it was a triumph over adversity. Classic matches.

  5. Watch extended highlights of the 1999 Rugby World Cup final between Australia and France at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.SUBSCRIBE to World Rugby on You...

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  6. The 1999 Rugby World Cup was the 4th Rugby World Cup to be held. It was hosted by Wales but matches were held in England, Scotland, Ireland and France. There were 20 teams participating, playing in 5 pools of 4 teams. Only 4 teams qualified, Wales as host and the top three teams from the 1995 tournament - South Africa, New Zealand and France.

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