Spectacular and transformational: Rugby World Cup 2023 raising the bar with one year to go France 2023 looks set to smash all previous attendance records with organisers focused on creating exceptional fan experiences and transformational impact as Rugby World Cup 2023 celebrates one year to go.
Individual tickets for all matches at Rugby World Cup 2023 in France will go on sale from 13 September 2022. It will be the first time that fans wishing to attend the showcase event will be able to purchase individual tickets, including for all knock-out matches.
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The 2023 Rugby World Cup is being staged in France (Getty Images) Rugby World Cup Fixtures. The 2023 Rugby World Cup runs from Friday 8 September to Saturday 28 October, with matches played across France. South Africa will defend their title after beating England 32-12 in the 2019 final in Japan. Eddie Jones will want to claim the trophy before he bows out as England ’ s boss, but hosts France and three-time winners New Zealand will fancy their chances too.
14 Quarter-final 1 Stade Vélodrome - Marseille Oct 15 Quarter-final 3 Stade Vélodrome - Marseille Oct 20 Semi-final 1 Stade Vélodrome - Marseille Oct 21 Semi-final 2 Stade de France - Saint-Denis Oct 27 Bronze Final Stade de France - Saint-Denis Martin Johnson leads the call - Rugby World Cup France 2023 Matches England v Argentina
The tournament will be the 10th men’s Rugby World Cup and the second to be hosted by France after a memorable event in 2007. Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place in a year when the sport celebrates 200 years since Rugby School pupil William Webb Ellis was credited with inventing the game of rugby football by showing “a fine disregard for the rules” in catching the ball and running with it in 1823.