Stade de Nice, Nice

Home to Ligue 1 club OGC Nice, Stade de Nice is another RWC 2023 host setting that likewise arranged matches during UEFA Euro 2016 and FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019. The arena facilitated its lone test to date on 17 August 2019. Maxime Médard scored two attempts to help France to a 32-3 success over Scotland.

RC Toulonnais has additionally played some Top 14 home matches at the arena. Stade de Nice is planned to have four matches during RWC 2023. Wales, England, Japan, Italy, and Scotland among the groups that will play on its manicured turf. Rugby fans can book England Rugby World Cup Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.

Britain’s experience with Japan on 17 September 2023, vows to be one not to miss. Eddie Jones faces the side he instructed at RWC 2015. Arranged on the Côte d’Azur, toward the west of Monaco. There will be a lot for fans to get up to in the middle of matches. From unwinding on its seashores to absorbing the neighborhood craftsmanship scene and eating niçoise style.

Rugby World Cup Tickets - Britain's experience with Japan on 17 September 2023, vows to be one not to miss as Eddie Jones faces the side he instructed at RWC 2015
Britain’s experience with Japan on 17 September 2023, vows to be one not to miss

Stade de France, Saint-Denis

Worked for the FIFA World Cup 1998, France’s public arena has since additionally gotten home for the country’s rugby crew. Les Bleus previously played in Saint-Denis on 7 February 1998. Philippe Bernat-Salles and the late Christophe Dominici both crossed the whitewash in a 24-17 loss of England.

When the Six Nations 2021 finishes up, Stade de France will have facilitated 97 men’s test matches. This includes an RWC 1999 quarter-last and the France 2007 last. Rugby fans can book France Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.

South Africa beat England in both of those matches. The Springboks will get back to the famous arena on 23 September 2023 to play Ireland. The first occasion when that apparatus will be played at Rugby World Cup.

Altogether, Stade de France will have 10 matches at RWC 2023. This includes the delicious opening match between Les Bleus and the All Blacks, both semi-finals, the bronze last, and last.

Fans with passes to any of those matches will discover a lot to do away from the activity. This is the opportunity to visit world-driving exhibition halls, legacy sights, and a whole lot more in close by Paris.

South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets - Springboks will get back to the famous arena on 23 September 2023 to play Ireland
Springboks will get back to the famous arena on 23 September 2023 to play Ireland

Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne

The most seasoned arena chose as a host setting for RWC 2023. Stade Geoffroy Guichard was opened on 13 September 1931. Stadium has since gone through three redesigns, everyone in front of its utilization at a significant football competition. France’s rugby players initially utilized the arena on 24 November 2001. when Les Bleus ran in 12 attempts to beat Fiji 77-10.

After six years, Stade Geoffroy Guichard named after the financial specialist who bought the land on which it was fabricated. The Stadium facilitated three RWC 2007 pool matches.

Scotland showed up in two of those, beating Portugal 56-10 and Italy 18-16, despite surrendering the lone attempt of the match. Rugby fans can book Scotland Rugby World Cup Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.

Samoa and the USA, in the interim, challenged a 46-point thrill ride and the previous could get back to the scene in 2023, should they meet all requirements for the competition as Oceania 1. Four RWC 2023 matches are planned to be played at Stade Geoffroy Guichard, with Australia, Argentina, Fiji, and Italy ensured to play in the ‘City of Design’.

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Four RWC 2023 matches are planned to be played at Stade Geoffroy Guichard

Arena de Toulouse, Toulouse

Worked to be a FIFA World Cup 1938 host setting, Stadium de Toulouse has since gone through three remodels and arranged matches when football’s worldwide show-stopper got back to France 60 years after the fact, and again during UEFA Euro 2016.

The noteworthy arena has had a long relationship with rugby, having filled in as a permanent place to stay for Stade Toulousain during Top 14 and European Champions Cup matches. France previously played at Stadium de Toulouse on 15 December 1963, when Les Bleus were held to a 6-6 draw against Romania.

After eleven years, the arena gave the set to a 13-4 South Africa prevail upon France, however, Les Bleus have appreciated some cheerful minutes in Toulouse as well. France has twice beaten the All Blacks at Stadium de Toulouse, 18-13 in November 1977, and 22-15 in November 1995. Rugby fans can book New Zealand Rugby World Cup Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.

Attempts from Jean-Luc Sadourny, Richard Dourthe, and Philippe Saint-André helped rout a New Zealand side containing World Rugby Hall of Fame inductee Jonah Lomu. Les Bleus likewise acquired retribution on the Springboks in November 2009, when Vincent Clerc’s first-half attempt helped the hosts to a 20-13 triumph.

By that stage, Stadium de Toulouse had facilitated four RWC 2007 matches, highlighting the hosts, Fiji, Japan, Namibia, Portugal, Romania, and New Zealand. Fiji, Japan, and the All Blacks are as of now ensured to get back to Toulouse during RWC 2023, while Namibia could go along with them should they qualify as Africa 1.

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