Seven-time quarter-finalist Ireland is constantly trying to turn the undisputed talent at their disposal into positive Rugby World Cup results. The extraordinary 2021 six nation League came to an exciting conclusion in Paris on Friday with Scotland’s 27-23 convert title-seeking France. The RWC 2023 fans can buy Ireland Rugby World Cup tickets 2023 from our website at massively discounted prices.

Not even the golden generation of Brian O’Driscoll and Paul O’Connell could live up to expectations on the game’s biggest stage, while the present group of players did not deliver an elusive semi-final place at Japan 2019 despite going into the tournament ranked number one in the world.

Ireland’s inability to progress from the last eight remains one of the mysteries of the Rugby World Cup when we look at their story.

RWC debut: 25 May, at Athletic Park in Wellington, 1987 v Wales

Rugby World Cup appearances: 108 Points against 735 – Winning ratio 60 per cent, Played 40 – Won 24 Drawn 0 Lost 16 – Points for 1

Most RWC appearances: 17, Brian O’Driscoll and Paul O’Connell

Most RWC tries: 8, Keith Earls

Best finish: Quarter-finalists (1987, 1991, 1995, 2003, 2011, 2015, and 2019)

Qualification for RWC 2023: Quarter-finalists at RWC 2019

Most memorable match

Ireland 15-6 Australia at Eden park during the 2011 RWC. Jonathan Sexton and Ronan O’Gara kicked two penalties each and Sexton also scored a goal, but the honour for Ireland’s first ever Rugby World Cup win over the then Tri-Nations champions must also go to the Irish pack, which was spectacular that day. For Ireland Rugby World Cup tickets visit our website.

Rugby World Cup Iconic moment

Gordon Hamilton tries against Australia. Ireland eventually suffered another quarter-final sorrow, but the winger’s brilliant attack on the line gave Ireland the lead and hope of defeating the Wallabies. Lansdowne Road exploded when it crashed at the end of a breathless run, but eventual champions Australia kept their composure and caught the game with death thanks to Michael Lynagh’s try.

Low point

Ireland had won their previous five meetings with Argentina, which led to rwc’s quarter-final in Cardiff in 2015. But they were blown away by a lively Los Pumas side that had sewn the game up after leading 17-0 in the first quarter. All the more surprising was that Ireland had been one of the formative teams until then. Fans can Ireland Vs Argentina Rugby World Cup tickets from eticketing.

Iconic player

Brian O’Driscoll. Most of Brian O’Driscoll’s magical moments seemed to come in the Six Nations, but the centre still managed seven tries in a combined record of 17 tournament appearances. Eight of those performances were as captain, in 2007 and 2011.

Record-breaker

Ronan O’Gara is Ireland’s top scorer at the Rugby World Cup. The Munster legend scored 93 points in 14 matches, 15 more than former 2018 World Rugby player Johnny Sexton.

Did you know?

The only strikers to score four times in a Rugby World Cup match were both Irish. Number eight Brian Robinson scored against Zimbabwe in 1991, while Keith Wood’s quartet scored against the US in Dublin eight years later.

“We are very disappointed, but at an equivalent time you’ve got to offer Credit to Japan, they attacked us minute by minute.” – Captain Rory Best summed up the mood within the Irish camp after the shocking 19-12 defeat to Japan at RWC 2019.

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