2023 Rugby World Cup: Pools, Fixtures, Schedule, Qualifying, Wiki

The 2023 Rugby World Cup is scheduled to be the tenth edition of the Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial world championship for men’s rugby union teams. It is scheduled to take place in France from 8 September to 28 October 2023 in nine venues across the country.

2023 Rugby World Cup: Pools, Fixtures, Schedule, Qualifying, Wiki

Pools:

Four RWC 2023 matches are scheduled to be played at Stade Geoffroy Guichard, with Australia, Argentina, Fiji, Italy and Samoa guaranteed to play in the ‘City of Design’.

Stade de France is located just north of Paris, in the suburb of Saint-Denis. It was opened in 1998 for the World Cup and is regularly used by the national rugby team of France.

On Friday, September 8, Rugby World Cup 2023 starts here with the spectacular opening match between France and New Zealand.

Fixtures:

The 2023 Rugby World Cup runs from Friday 8 September to Saturday 28 October, with games played across France

Fri 8 Sep France v New Zealand (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Sat 9 Sep Italy v Africa 1 (Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne)

Thu 14 Sep France v Uruguay (Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Fri 15 Sep New Zealand v Africa 1 (Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse)

Wed 20 Sep Italy v Uruguay (Stade de Nice, Nice)

Thu 21 Sep France v Africa 1 (Stade Vélodrome, Marseille)

Wed 27 Sep Uruguay v Africa 1 (Parc OL, Lyon)

Fri 29 Sep New Zealand v Italy (Parc OL, Lyon)

Thu 5 Oct New Zealand v Uruguay (Parc OL, Lyon)

Fri 6 Oct France v Italy (Parc OL, Lyon)

Schedule:

2023 Rugby World Cup: Pools, Fixtures, Schedule, Qualifying, Wiki

Pool A:

  • New Zealand
  • France
  • Italy
  • Uruguay
  • Africa 1

Pool B:

Pool C:

Pool D:

Qualifying:

The qualification process for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France began during the pool stages of the 2019 tournament in Japan, at which the top three teams from each of the four pools qualified automatically for the 2023 event.

A further eight teams will qualify through regional, cross-regional play-offs and the repechage process.

Wiki:

The 2023 Rugby World Cup is scheduled to be the tenth edition of the Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial world championship for men’s rugby union teams. It is scheduled to take place in France from 8 September to 28 October 2023 in nine venues across the country.

Following the confirmation of twelve automatically qualified teams from the 2019 Rugby World Cup, World Rugby announced the qualification format for the eight remaining places on 8 June 2020.

Of the remaining eight berths, six are to be decided in regional tournaments, one by cross-regional playoffs and the final through a qualifying tournament.

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