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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. 
Oct 31, 1999 · 1999: France 43-31 N Zealand. Without question this ranks as the greatest game in World Cup history. France were never given a hope in the build-up against an All Blacks side that were everyone's favourite to lift the William Webb Ellis Trophy. And Les Bleus hardly helped their cause as they slipped 24-10 behind and any hope of an upset ...
Twenty years ago today, the Wallabies won the 1999 Rugby World Cup with a shrewdly calculated game plan: "Keep it simple, stupid." By Spiro Zavos November 6, 2019 — 12.00am
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Rugby World Cup 1999 - full fixture, venue and TV guide Friday 1 October 1999 The Observer Pool matches 1 October Opening Ceremony (Cardiff 2pm) ITV/BE* Wales v Argentina (Pool D Cardiff...