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Eddie Jones learns from Navy Seals to advance England's Rugby World Cup mission

Eddie Jones learns from Navy Seals to advance England’s Rugby World Cup mission

Eddie Jones has exposed that he will use the level of training used by the US Navy Seals in their hunt for Osama bin Laden to schedule England RWC 2023 in France. The England head coach spent two days with the US Navy’s elite combat unit at the San Diego base in early September, learning how to deal with a major setback in a 2011 mission called Operation Neptune Spear. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy England Vs Japan Tickets from our website.

Which ran alongside Bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda was killed. England manager visits US Special Forces to help his players think quickly under pressure.

Eddie Jones has exposed that he will use the level of preparation used by the US Navy Seals
Eddie Jones has exposed that he will use the level of preparation used by the US Navy Seals

For England coach Eddie Jones, winning next year’s RWC 2023 looks like a classic obstacle course.

“In the Cheltenham Gold Cup, there could be Ireland and France, nose and nose, all the way up front. New Zealand and South Africa will be one or two behind, and we’re just behind. But we’re in control right now tight, so in the end, we still have a lot to do in 400 games. Do you see the vision?”

Few would question his assessment of the crowded field, but as Jones well realizes. The key to his England squad is how quickly they can accelerate up the hill between now and next September. His first practice line-up of the season offers some guidance. But the fall line-up he officially announces on October 17 will be a better indicator.

Eddie Jones

Regardless of who gets called up, however, Jones is more focused on working out his team’s thinking under pressure. Watching an exciting rugby tournament and a tense start to the Premier League recently has reaffirmed him. That a well-thought-out A-plan alone is not enough for an ambitious team.

He was particularly shocked by the recent National Rugby League match between his favourite team. The Rabbitohs, and their Sydney rivals, the Roosters.

“They’ve scored 8 sin-bins, 5 HIAs [head injury assessments], 5 out of 8 attempts by an understaffed team. That’s the kind of landscape we’re going into.”

Factor in the increased number of the game breaks: “It’s a bad part of our game right now – too many suspensions,” Jones believes that coaches and players need to be more flexible than ever.

“Probably 25% of the game is uncontrollable right now, due to the sin-bins, HIA and odd numbers in the game. So we need to be able to adapt to the games that will be played at that time. It’s difficult. The world can. There aren’t many teams. In fact, I can’t name a name right now. So it’s a great opportunity for us.”

The key to his England RWC 2023 squad is how quickly they can accelerate up the hill
The key to his England squad is how quickly they can accelerate up the hill

“We need to find the right balance of people, skills and mindset to lead the team into the most volatile environment in rugby we’ve ever seen.”

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US Navy Seals

Few football coaches hone their team’s skills, Jones was in California this month to study how US Navy Seals train. While checking in with Osama bin Laden. Still, Jones learned how US Special Forces responded when faced with the threat of a terrorist attack. At a critical time in their mission in Pakistan in the May 2011 disaster.

Helicopters carrying the Seals were intended to circle the compound. So that the troops could descend to the ground via ropes. In the event that the tail of the helicopter hits the top of the perimeter of the compound and crashes on its side.

“I was lucky enough to spend a few days with the Navy Seals in San Diego and see how we can better prepare our players for the unexpected. It was fascinating. They practised the entire Osama program for 12 months. They did it first But then they were able to cope and complete [mission] in 38 minutes.”

“So you’re looking at our analogy now: it’s 12 months until the World Cup and we’re planning a game with 35 minutes of playing time. So the opportunity to rehearse, and get the players ready for what’s to come, whether it’s the first round, the second round or the third round, are all opportunities. Exciting, right?”

Players will also experience another "misogi", a variation of Japanese
Players will also experience another “misogi”, a variation of Japanese

Whether France, Ireland or New Zealand will effectively be compared to the founders of al-Qaeda is still a day away. But Jones is clearly looking for players. Kyle Sinckler was forced to leave early who can handle adversity better than England in the Japan Rugby World Cup final in 2019.

With that in mind, he’s gearing up for what he describes as a “mini-hell” as his team plans to travel to Jersey next month for the fall test. Players will also experience another “misogi”, a variation of Japanese ritual purification practices. That leaves previous campaigns in preparation for a new one.

The end result, Jones hopes, will be a team ready for anything. Just as he must be a young teacher himself in central Sydney.

“We used to have to take the kids to the park at lunchtime and the teachers had to go get the syringes. I remember working there for three months unpaid.”

Though he has deep sympathy for everyone in battered Worcester. As they try to navigate their way through their rough times, his eyes remain firmly on the jackpot.

“I’ve never played rugby for fun. I played rugby to build a good team, play well and win.”

Some things never change uncertain world or not.

Simmonds selection could set a precedent

England will not opt for foreign players, but the apparent green light for Symonds to represent his country at next year’s RWC 2023 could encourage other players considering a move to France to follow suit. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy South Africa Vs Romania Tickets from our website.

“As far as I know the rule is that if you sign with an English club and you finish a season with that club and you haven’t signed a contract that has gone into effect for the Rugby World Cup then you are eligible to play for England to play.” Jones Say.

Defending champion Kolbe Springboks is in Group B
Defending champion Kolbe Springboks is in Group B

Kolbe guidelines Northern giants ‘ favourites’ at Rugby World Cup

South African Rugby World Cup winner Cheslin Kolbe said France is a “favourite” for next year’s tournament.

Les Bleus defeated New Zealand in November before winning their first Six Nations title since 2010 in March.

The league hosts are in Group A, and the three-time champions are the All Blacks, Italy, Uruguay and Japan.

“I think the French guys are definitely the favourites going to the World Cup,” Kolbe told Canal.

“Especially now that the Rugby World Cup is being held in France, it’s good for them,” he added at the annual French rugby awards ceremony.

Defending champion Kolbe Springboks is in Group B with Ireland, Scotland, Tonga and Romania.

Three-quarters of Toulon missed the recent rugby tournament for his country with a broken jaw.

Three years later, after winning the Webb Ellis Trophy in Japan, he will be back in time for the Springboks

November Tests against France, Italy, Ireland and England.

“The World Cup is in 11 months. Time flies fast since Japan,” said Kolbe.

“It would be nice for the Springboks to keep the trophy, but France did very well in the Six Nations,” he added.

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How to win the Rugby World Cup - Perform your best

How to win the Rugby World Cup – Perform your best

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY has become the sports version of Play Your Cards Right, minus the presence of Bruce Forsyth as a presenter, a survey of 100 people and a large number of TV viewers on Saturday night. At a time when rugby is being analyzed more widely and more deeply than ever. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

One area of the game remains so blatant that it makes you wonder why so many coaches aren’t involved. It’s simple: keep 15 of your players in the park and your chances of winning will skyrocket.

Rugby World Cup: Andy Farrell deliberately paused before answering, stared at his inquisitor
Andy Farrell deliberately paused before answering, stared at his inquisitor

Despite the obvious bloodshed being said here, only one top international team will adhere to this policy in 2022, Six Nations champions France. Is it just a coincidence that the team that put the most pressure on them in that game was the only team that didn’t get a card for the entire game?

To answer that, we need to take you to the tidy clubhouse at Jerry Collins Stadium on the eve of the third Irish Summer Tour of New Zealand, where local reporters asked Irish head coach Andy Farrell a question about the high-tackle’s ruling.

Farrell deliberately paused before answering, stared at his inquisitor, and then quietly pointed out that the rules of the game were a bit like the weather. Complaining about it won’t change anything.

“There are teams that are playing on the edge, we want to keep the number of penalties low,” said Farrell.

This seems like a minor problem. But it’s actually a big one.

Staying your best is a rugby game right now, with successful teams preparing to lose certain clashes – and sometimes even score – in order to keep their full complement of players on the pitch. It paid off. Consider this statistic.

In this year’s match involving nine of the world’s leading teams – New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Argentina, France, Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland – the effect of yellow and red cards on the outcome was astonishing, with overwhelming numbers. The team outperformed their penalized opponent by 233 points during the sin-binning to 31 points.

Such was the fate of Angus Tavao-Matau in Dunedin
Such was the fate of Angus Tavao-Matau in Dunedin

This is the context we should use as we revisit Farrell’s philosophy. “There are teams playing in the margins; we want to keep the free throws low.”

Certain teams, especially New Zealand and Australia, are struggling to adapt and their DNA is still in the margins. Do you remember the All Blacks’ ferocity against Ireland in Dublin in 2016, when they lost to Joe Schmidt’s team in Chicago a few weeks later? Robbie Henshaw and CJ Stander, who both suffered concussions in that match, should never forget that.

Interestingly, looking back on these events six years later, neither Sam Cane nor Israel Dagg has been given a map to face these challenges. According to the rules updated today, they see red. Rugby World Cup fans can buy rwc 2023 Tickets from our website.

Such was the fate of Angus Tavao-Matau in Dunedin, with his high tackle on Garry Ringrose during the second Irish Summer Tour Test. Ta’avao-Matau’s red card, combined with yellow cards to Leicester Fainga’anuku and Ofa Tu’ungafasi, meant Ireland had a numerical advantage in 54 minutes of that test.

They were even better earlier this year, as they walked away from a tired England in the final quarter of the Six Nations, with a record win for Ireland at Twickenham. Their hosts’ careers were severely hampered by Charlie Ewels’ red card in the first minute.

Are these examples of Irish luck or good Irish behaviour?

Let’s look at the evidence.

Ireland has retained 10 or fewer penalties in 13 of their last 16 matches. They received two yellow cards in 2022, while their opponents received five yellow cards and three red cards. Ireland’s last red card came 15 months ago for Bundee Aki against England.

Has this meticulous approach paid off? Well, judge for yourself. Ireland has a numerical advantage of 198 minutes in the 640 minutes of this year’s international rugby. In that period, they beat their opponents by 23 points by 99 points.

Cowan Dickey's indiscretion and yellow card changed the game
Cowan Dickey’s indiscretion and yellow card changed the game

This is the context we should use as we revisit Farrell’s philosophy. “There are teams playing in the margins; we want to keep the free throws low.”

Ironically, Ireland won important matches – against England at Twickenham and New Zealand at Wellington – while losing penalties. However, there is clearly a clear policy to avoid picking up cheap cards by repeatedly insulting and adjusting tackling techniques to reduce their yellow and red numbers.

This is the key to success. A low number of penalties helps – France is a textbook example of a team that has taken a naughty step. At the 2019 Six Nations, they had the highest number of free throws in the game when Jacques Brunel was their coach. This year they came second and won a Grand Slam.

But the low penalty kick alone is no guarantee as Ireland misses four penalties in the opening test of New Zealand’s All Blacks Tour at Eden Park. New Zealand won 42-19.

It’s the cards that cost the team. England looked like they beat Scotland in this year’s Six Nations until Luke Cowan-Dickie’s early intervention when he deliberately pushed the ball to the point of contact. They lost by three points and Cowan Dickey’s indiscretion and yellow card changed the game.

A week later we moved on to Scotland-Wales. At the end of it, there are only three points separating the edges. You may remember Finn Russell was shown a yellow card in the draw and Dan Biggar scored the winning goal in his absence.

It’s New Zealand v Argentina in Hamilton a few weeks ago. The All Blacks were chasing the game when Shannon Frizell was booked with 10 minutes to go. New Zealand eventually lost by seven points. It was the Cougars’ first away win over New Zealand.

The controversy over the weekend involved French referee Mathieu Raynal and his decision to penalize Bernard Foley for wasting time at the end of the 76-point thriller between the Wallabies and All Blacks.

“Man, this cost us the rugby championship,” Australian captain Nic White told Raynal afterwards.

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Rennie's win rate fluctuated below 40 per cent
Rennie’s win rate fluctuated below 40 per cent

The obvious answer is, not really, but New Zealand’s relentless 21 points proved to be different. As Australia was reduced to 14 players at various stages of the game.

It often has. All told, the Wallabies have received 22 yellow and red cards in 29 games under Coach Dave Rennie and are currently at an all-time low in the world rankings, with Rennie’s win rate fluctuating below 40 per cent. They are a good example of a team not adapting to the new law.

They are not alone.

In their last two encounters, South Africa and Argentina had 10 players on the map, with 56 unanswered players. A team that had a numerical advantage under Simbin.

There are many more examples, the Welsh being the best of them all. Let’s go back to their South African summer vacation. Wales led 18-3 in the first Test of the series. Four yellow cards helped the Springboks make a comeback. South Africa won 32-29.

A year ago, at the 2021 Six Nations Championship. It was a very different story, with the Welshman maintaining discipline. While everyone else – including Ireland’s Peter O’Mahony – lost it. If playing 66 minutes with the extras helped Wales against Ireland. The dismissal of Zander Fagerson arguably had a greater impact the following week, with Wales taking victory from the jaws of defeat, the result of Fagerson’s red card.

Next up was England, with Wales taking penalties en route to winning the match. Then there was Italy, who coughed up 28 unanswered points from the Welshman when they had players in the bin. Wales is the champion.

They also become Grand Slam champions if they dodge a yellow card in the last ten minutes of their last title match with France. Unfortunately, the 12-point lead disappeared in the closing minutes when two of their players went into the sin bin.

Champions in 2021, Wales set the second-worst disciplinary record in 2022, indeed finishing the competition in the bottom two.

This is modern rugby. Those who play the best poker skills win in the end. It was only a matter of time before the secret got out.

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Rugby World Cup: History of Romanian Rugby

Rugby World Cup: History of Romanian Rugby

Born in 1823 on the “Big Side” of Rugby Town University, England, during a football match, student William Webb Ellis, annoyed by his inability to score, put the ball under his arm and ran to the opposite goal, the goal, rugby appeared in Romanian in 1913. The new sport was brought to the country by some young people who had studied in the UK and France with “strange skin ingredients, pork belly, gogonata and jumpy” in their baggage. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy Tonga Vs Romania Tickets from our website.

The first Romanian rugby players were: Grigore Caracostea, the four Iconomu brothers, Constantin Cratunescu, Henri Manu, Nae Marascu, Vidrascu brothers, Puia Volvoreanu, Misu Vardalla, Hussar and Tanasescu brothers, Sorin Michailescu, etc.

These Romanian rugby" fathers played their first game in an open space
These Romanian rugby fathers played their first game in an open space

These Romanian rugby” fathers played their first game in an open space that appeared to be behind a statue of Mihai Viteazul across the street from the university. Perhaps there they had their first training, where they stripped off their clothes and were intimidated by the shameful looks of passers-by, where they got ready for the game.

Romanian rugby

Where they made their first pass or attempt with the oval ball. Their first “transformation” But where this romantic act also takes place, in which clearing, one fact must be recorded: Romanian rugby was born in Bucharest.

The origin of the sport in our country goes back to 1909. Subsequently, various tennis, athletics, fencing, cycling, football teams and sports associations were formed. The Iconomu brothers, Husar brothers and Dumitru Tanasescu are all promoters of rugby. However, one of the associations called the Tennis Club of Roman (TCR) did not have a rugby team, to begin with. On December 1, 1912, the “Federation of Sports Societies of Romania” (FSSR) was established, including the activities of all these teams.

A report by the first sports association recorded the rise of rugby in our country, with its official registration in 1913, the establishment of the Rugby-Rugby Committee in 1914 and the Romanian Rugby Federation in 1931.

The first rugby match in Romania was played between "TCR" and "Sporting Club"
The first rugby match in Romania was played between “TCR” and “Sporting Club”

The first three major teams to enter the competitive activity dominated, were recorded in the initial phase: “TCR” (1910), “Stadiul Roman” (1915) and Societatea Universitara Studentul Sportul (1915); 1922 “Avantul Sportiv” and “Bucharest Football Club” Founded; in 1919 the first provincial workers’ clubs appeared: “Jiul” in Lupeni and “Minierul” in Petrosani.

Central Committee of the FSSR

On September 8, 1913, the first rugby match in Romania was played between “TCR” and “Sporting Club”. In June 1913, at a reception of the Central Committee of the FSSR, the mayor of the capital, Grigore Cantacuzino, decided that during its existence the town hall would give up the symbolic rent of one lei per year, the land of Şosea, which from then on was called “Federal”, known in the name of.

Covering a total area of approximately 25 hectares, it was bisected by the then avenue leading to the agricultural school, currently known as Aleea Strandului (Tineretului). On March 9, 1914, the grounds of the FSSR Park were inaugurated. Rugby World Cup fans can buy South Africa Vs Romania Tickets from our website.

In 1915 the first rules of the game were established and the arbitration table was introduced.

On the international stage, Romanian rugby made its debut on the occasion of the Allied games at the Pershing military in Paris in 1919. Our team was beaten 21-0 by the United States, followed by a 48-5 defeat to France. At the 8th Olympic Games in 1924, Romania took part in the Olympic Games for the first time along with France and the United States.

Romania took part in the Olympic Games for the first time along with France
Romania took part in the Olympic Games for the first time along with France

Romania rugby team 1924

Romanian lost both matches 59-3 and 37-0, and the United States defeated France 18-3 in the final. The first Olympic medal (Bronze) was brought to the country in 1924 by the following rugby team: Dumitru Armaşel, Gh. Bentia, Teodor Marian, Nicolae Marascu, Sorin Michailescu, Mircea Sfetescu, Sterian Soare, Tudor Florian, Ion Garleşteanu, Paul Nedelcovici, Iosif Nemeş, Paul Vidraşcu, Gogu Sfetescu, Mihai Vardalla, Dumitru Volvoreanu, and Atanasie Tanasescu.

The 1950s to the 1980s were the first positive period, with victories over English and French clubs and teams in two games. Intense internal developments were then recorded – in terms of numbers, areas and real technical and tactical progress and sporting achievements. For example, the 11-5 victory over France in 1960 achieved its first victory, followed by seven more victories.

We should also mention the wins against the following teams: Swansea, Cardiff, Sel. London, UK, Harlequins et al.

During this period, the Romanians began to form an alliance with the rugby powers. First win over France in 1960, 1976 championships in New Zealand. The opportunity to play against the best countries in the sport contributes to the development of Romanian rugby.

The real strength of the “Oaks” came in a test match against Wales in Cardiff in 1979: the Romanians led the game to a close, the Welsh conceded a last-minute goal and went on to win 13-12 Beat France 15-0 and Ireland 13-13. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy Scotland Vs Romania Tickets from our website.

Romanian wolves want to leave their mark on RESC

Rugby is on the rise in Romania – Wolves bring benefits. Romanian Wolves, the new European Rugby Super Cup team, can’t wait to play their second season this weekend.

Romanian Wolves, the new European Rugby Super Cup team
Romanian Wolves, the new European Rugby Super Cup team

With the national team in France for the 2023 Rugby World Cup, the sport is at a very high level in the country, and Wolves hopes to keep it that way for Saturday’s opening game in the east against the Tel Aviv Heat.

The match will take place at the fantastic Stadionul Arcul de Triumf in Bucharest and the new squad will be led by Sosene Anesi, who also works as an assistant coach with the national team.

Wolves head coach Anesi

Wolves head coach Anesi said: “The boys are excited and looking forward to starting the game. We have an exciting team in our first game against Tel Aviv.”

“We got together on Sunday night, we had our first practice earlier this week and everyone came with a positive attitude and good energy. There is real excitement among the young players in our squad so I’m looking forward to seeing them win.” a chance to play.

“We had a difficult encounter with two Georgian teams and a team from Israel with a mix of different cultures, including South Africans and Fijians, so it will be a very good challenge for us.

“Our overall expectation for the 2022/23 Super Cup is to use it as a learning experience, but we have to learn fast because we want to win and develop the game in Romania.”

As Anesi said, his team only met a few days ago but the selected players play regularly and he thinks they will come together as a group before the weekend.

“The players are completing the competitive play-offs of our domestic championship, so I think they are ready,” he explained.

“We are working hard to create something special for this team. I am excited and looking forward to seeing them perform and show our style of play to our staff.”

“Wolves are a group of people. The team hunts together, plays against each other and plays football that is wide and fun.”

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Men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 Fixtures

Men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 Fixtures

The Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place from Friday, September 8 to Saturday, October 28, with fixtures across France. South Africa will defend their title by beating England 32-12 in 2019 final in Japan. Eddie Jones is hoping for a trophy before stepping down as England boss, but host country France and three-time champions New Zealand will also be optimistic about their chances. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Romania replaced Spain in Group B after Spain’s appeal against disqualification was dismissed in June 2022. Spain sent an unsuitable player during qualifying.

Rugby World Cup 2023 Fixtures
Rugby World Cup 2023 Fixtures

Namibia secured a seventh consecutive World Cup place by beating Kenya 36-0 in the Rugby Africa Cup final in Aix-en-Provence. They have a place in Pool A.

Chile will beat the United States in two stages to qualify for the duo of America and secure last place in Group D. At the same time, Tonga will complete Group B by beating Hong Kong 44-22 in the Asia Pacific First Team- contest. -leave.

There is only one spot left for RWC 2023. The final qualifying round will be decided at the end of 2022 with the participation of Hong Kong, Kenya, Portugal and the United States.

Which Asian countries are participating in RWC 2023?

Based on their performance at RWC 2019, Japan has already qualified for the 2023 Rugby World Cup and fixtures.

To qualify for another Asian team, they must win the 2021 Asian Rugby Men’s Championship and then the playoffs with the runner-up from Oceania, home and away. The winner of total points qualifies, while the loser advances to the final qualifier in 2022 – Asia-Pacific 1.

Asia-Pacific: The 2021 Asian Rugby Men’s Championship winner will play Oceania 2 at home and away. The winner of the total points decides the qualifiers and the loser advances to the final qualifying round – Asia-Pacific 1.

Asian nations are participating in RWC 2023
Asian nations are participating in RWC 2023

• On Saturday, July 9, Hong Kong defeated South Korea to win the Asian Rugby Championship and battled Tonga for first place in Asia-Pacific. The match will be played on July 23, 2022, on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. Rugby World Cup fans can buy rwc 2023 Tickets from our website.

Rugby World Cup 2023 Fixtures

POOL A: 

France, New Zealand, Italy, Uruguay, Namibia

Friday 8 September France Vs New Zealand (Saint-Denis, Stade de France)

Saturday 9 September Italy Vs Namibia (Saint-Étienne, Stade Geoffroy Guichard)

Thursday 14 September France Vs Uruguay (Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Friday15 September New Zealand Vs Namibia (Toulouse, Stadium de Toulouse)

Wednesday 20 September Italy Vs Uruguay (Stade de Nice, Nice)

Thursday 21 September France Vs Namibia (Marseille, Stade Velodrome)

Wednesday 27 September Uruguay Vs Namibia (Parc OL, Lyon)

Friday 29 September New Zealand Vs Italy (Parc OL, Lyon)

Thursday 5 October New Zealand Vs Uruguay (Parc OL, Lyon)

Friday 6 October France Vs Italy (Parc OL, Lyon)

POOL B:

Ireland, Romania, South Africa, Scotland, Tonga

Saturday 9 September Ireland v Romania (Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux)

Sunday 10 September South Africa Vs Scotland (Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Saturday 16 September Ireland Vs Tonga (Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes)

Sunday 17 September South Africa Vs Romania (Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux)

Saturday 23 September South Africa Vs Ireland (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Sunday 24 September Scotland Vs Tonga (Stade de Nice, Nice)

Saturday 30 September Scotland Vs Romania (Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Sunday 1 October South Africa Vs Tonga (Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Saturday 7 October Ireland Vs Scotland (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Sunday 8 October Tonga Vs Romania (Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

POOL C: 

Fiji, Wales, Australia, Final qualification winner, Georgia

Saturday 9 September Australia Vs Georgia (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Sunday 10 September Wales Vs Fiji (Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux)

Saturday 16 September Wales Vs Final qualification winner (Stade de Nice, Nice)

Sunday 17 September Australia Vs Fiji (Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne)

Saturday 23 September Georgia Vs Final qualification winner (Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse)

Sunday 24 September Wales’s Vs Australia (Parc OL, Lyon)

Saturday 30 September Fiji Vs Georgia (Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux)

Sunday 1 October Australia Vs Final qualification winner (Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne)

Saturday 7 October Wales Vs Georgia (Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes)

Sunday 8 October Fiji Vs Final qualification winner (Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse)

POOL D:

Argentina, England, Japan, Chile, Samoa

Saturday 9 September England Vs Argentina (Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Sunday 10 September Japan Vs Chile (Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse)

Saturday 16 September Samoa Vs Chile (Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux)

Sunday 17 September England Vs Japan (Stade de Nice, Nice)

Friday 22 September Argentina Vs Samoa (Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne)

Saturday 23 September England Vs Chile (Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Thursday 28 September Japan Vs Samoa (Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse)

Saturday 30 September Argentina Vs Chile (Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes)

Saturday 7 October England Vs Samoa (Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille)

Sunday 8 October Japan Vs Argentina (Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes)

Quarter-finals

Saturday 14 October Winner Pool C Vs Runner-up Pool D (Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Saturday 14 October Winner Pool B Vs Runner-up Pool A (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Sunday 15 October Winner Pool D Vs Runner-up Pool C (Stade Velodrome, Marseille)

Sunday 15 October Winner Pool A Vs Runner-up Pool B (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Semi-finals

Friday 20 October Winner Quarter-final 1 Vs Winner Quarter-final 2 (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Saturday 21 October Winner Quarter-final 3 Vs Winner Quarter-final 4 (Stade de France, Saint-Denis)

Third-place game

Friday 27 October third-place Play-off (Saint-Denis, Stade de France)

Final

Saturday 28 October Final (Saint-Denis, Stade de France).

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Rugby World Cup 2019 Results

POOL A

Japan, Ireland, Scotland, Samoa, Russia

Friday 20 September Japan 30-10 Russia (Tokyo) 

Sunday 22 September Ireland 27-3 Scotland (Yokohama) 

Tuesday 24 September Russia 9-34 Samoa (Kumagaya) 

Saturday 28 September Japan 19-12 Ireland (Shizuoka) 

Monday 30 September Scotland 34-0 Samoa (Kobe), 

Thursday 3 October Ireland 35-0 Russia (Kobe),

Saturday 5 October Japan 38-19 Samoa (Toyota) 

Wednesday 9 October Scotland 61-0 Russia (Shizuoka) 

Saturday 12 October Ireland 47-5 Samoa (Fukuoka) 

Sunday 13 October Japan 28-21 Scotland (Yokohama) 

POOL B

South Africa, New Zealand, Canada, Italy, Namibia

September 21 Saturday New Zealand 23-13 South Africa (Yokohama) 

Sunday 22 September Italy 47-22 Namibia (Osaka) 

Thursday 26 September Italy 48-7 Canada (Fukuoka) 

Saturday 28 September South Africa 57-3 Namibia (Toyota) 

Wednesday 2 October New Zealand 63-0 Canada (Oita) 

Friday 4 October South Africa 49-3 Italy (Shizuoka) 

October 06 Sunday New Zealand 71-9 Namibia (Tokyo) 

Tuesday 8 October South Africa 66-7 Canada (Kobe), 

Saturday 12 October New Zealand 0-0 Italy (Toyota), Match cancelled

Sunday 13 October Namibia 0-0 Canada (Kamaishi), Match cancelled

POOL C

France, USA, England, Argentina, Tonga

Saturday 21 September France 23-21 Argentina (Tokyo)

Sunday 22 September England 35-3 Tonga (Sapporo) 

Thursday 26 September England 45-7 USA (Kobe) 

Saturday 28 September Argentina 28-12 Tonga (Osaka), 

Wednesday 2 October France 33-9 USA (Fukuoka), 

Saturday 5 October England 39-10 Argentina (Tokyo)

Sunday 6 October France 23-21 Tonga (Kumamoto) 

Wednesday 9 October Argentina 47-17 USA (Kumagaya) 

Saturday 12 October England 0-0 France (Yokohama), Match cancelled

Sunday 13 October USA 19-31 Tonga (Osaka)

POOL D

Fiji, Australia, Uruguay, Wales, Georgia

Saturday 21 September Australia 39-21 Fiji (Sapporo) 

Monday 23 September Wales 43-14 Georgia (Toyota) 

Wednesday 25 September Fiji 27-30 Uruguay (Kamaishi) 

Sunday 29 September Georgia 33-7 Uruguay (Kumagaya) 

Sunday 29 September Australia 25-29 Wales (Tokyo) 

Thursday 3 October Georgia 10-45 Fiji (Osaka), 

Saturday 5 October Australia 45-10 Uruguay (Oita) 

Wednesday 9 October Wales 29-17 Fiji (Oita) 

Friday 11 October Australia 27-8 Georgia (Shizuoka) 

Sunday 13 October Wales 35-13 Uruguay (Kumamoto) 

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Saturday 19 October QF1 England 40-16 Australia (Oita) 

Saturday 19 October QF2 New Zealand 46-14 Ireland (Tokyo) 

Sunday 20 October QF3 Wales 20-19 France (Oita) 

Sunday 20 October QF4 Japan 3-26 South Africa (Tokyo) 

Saturday 26 October England 19-7 New Zealand (Yokohama) 

Sunday 27 October Wales 16-19 South Africa (Yokohama) 

Friday 1 Nov third-place Play-off New Zealand 40-17 Wales (Tokyo) 

Saturday 2 Nov RWC 2019 Final England 12-32 South Africa (Yokohama)

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Before the RWC 2023 young Scottish rugby players to watch this season

Before the RWC 2023 young Scottish rugby players to watch this season

Last year we rounded up four young Scottish rugby players who have the potential to become big names in rugby and make their mark on the international stage. Rufus McLean, Jamie Dobie, Ewan Ashman and Ross Thompson are four players to watch, all of whom had a solid last season since publication, and now the four All-players play for Scotland. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy Scotland Vs Romania Tickets from our website.

Now that they’ve cemented their place in and around Gregor Townsend’s squad, here are four other young Scottish rugby players who can follow in those footsteps in the 2022/23 season and continue the strong growth of Scotland’s emerging players.

Currie started his football career in his hometown playing
Currie started his football career in his hometown playing

Matt Currie

Centre Matt Currie first on the list is 21-year-old Edinburgh rugby. Currie started his football career in his hometown playing for the Dumfries Saints RFC at Park Farm. He then went on to Merchiston Castle School in Edinburgh where he could really develop his skills and change the position of the outer centre striker on his own, furthering his play in Scotland’s Super 6 club match and for Watsonians’ potency could play.

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Currie played all five U20 Six Nations matches in 2020 and just a few months later made his professional debut for Edinburgh against Munster in PRO14 at BT Murray field. He signed his first professional contract in January 2022 and even became the team’s vice-captain shortly after being signed down when he played against Welsh side Ospreys, just 20 years old.

Currie’s strength lies in heads-up football. He is exceptionally good with the ball, especially in the wide pass, and is an excellent reader of the game. He is quick on the line, strong in tackles and has demonstrated mature leadership skills.

With centres James Johnstone, George Taylor and Jordan Venter pulling out of the Capitals side, this season could be the perfect opportunity for Currie to land a regular starting spot. Despite already training with the Scottish first team, his good performance at the DAM Health Stadium this year could have easily earned him his first cap.

Connor Boyle

Another Edinburgh player with the potential to have a bright future is back striker Connor Boyle. Despite being only 22, Boyle has impressed as a flanker over the years, first playing 1XV rugby in Stewarts Melville and representing Scotland at U16 and U18, then captaining the U20 team for two games. 2019 Six Nations Rugby Championship and 2019 World Rugby Championship. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy Ireland Vs Scotland Tickets from our website.

Boyle has made more than 20 appearances for the club
Boyle has made more than 20 appearances for the club

Boyle has made more than 20 appearances for the club since making his debut against Connaught in Edinburgh in October 2020, scoring three goals. He has fierce competition for playing time, with players like Scottish internationals Hamish Watson, Jamie Ritchie and Luke Crosbie all playing their club rugby in the capital, but his minutes are good. Still, a useful and reliable asset to head coach Mike Blair.

Boyle is a shrill defender. A talent for putting pressure on opponents and working hard to interrupt the game for those around him, while being agile and progressive in attack, makes him a versatile player. One of the strongest parts of the Scottish squad is at the back, but with his career still, a long way to go, Boyle has every chance to do that.

Stafford McDowell

The second graduate on the list from Merchiston Castle School is the mighty Glasgow Warriors centre, Stafford McDowell. McDowell, like his Edinburgh counterpart Matt Currie, is from Dumfries but has played his club rugby with Stewartry and Ayr. He was only 19 when he broke through to the first team of the Glasgow Warriors under Dave Rennie and since then he has played almost 40 games, including 25 starts.

Stafford McDowell won the Young Player of the Year award in Glasgow in 2018/19 and has been a fixture inside and outside the squad since signing his first professional contract with the 2014/15 PRO12 champions. On the international scene, the 6ft 4 utility defender has represented Scotland at U18 and U19 levels, captained the U20s and was involved with a number of Gregor Townsend teams, but has yet to secure his first full cap. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy Scotland Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

McDowell won the Young Player of the Year award in Glasgow
McDowell won the Young Player of the Year award in Glasgow

McDowell, 24, has struggled a bit in recent months under Glasgow boss Danny Wilson but has made a fresh start, with Franco Smith named head coach last month. Stafford McDowell is a strong ball handler, but he is also very smart with his style of play to create space around him and catch his teammates’ holes, which makes him great at both the 12 and 13.

He can also play as a fullback, is very handy from the boot and is a solid and organized defender. Centre-forward is another position where Scotland has some quality players, but McDowell’s versatility makes him a very useful young Scottish rugby player and has a more active role in Glasgow this year with another international call-up probably just around the corner.

Ollie Smith

The last name on the list is former Strathallan and Ayrshire Bulls guard Ollie Smith. The 22-year-old joined the Glasgow Warriors ahead of the 2018/19 season as a Stage 3 academy player and has come a long way since. He made his professional debut against arch-rivals Edinburgh in January 2021, when his side won 23-22 in Scotland.

Since then, Smith has made 21 appearances for the Warriors, scoring five goals and making nine appearances and three goals for the Scotland U20s. He also won the 2021/22 Young Player of the Year award after his breakthrough season, which included a brace in the Champions League game against La Rochelle.

Smith is the only player on this list to have already played for Scotland after putting on his shirt for the first time in last month’s 34-31 defeat to Argentina in Santiago. While Smith has proven to be a top player in the eyes of the general public and coaches in Scotland, his future is long and exciting. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

 Smith has made 21 appearances for the Warriors, scoring five goals
Smith has made 21 appearances for the Warriors, scoring five goals

His direct movement and ability to pick the perfect line make him a very effective threat in the back. He has shown what he can do on rugby’s biggest podium, and a good campaign in Glasgow this season could earn him a place with a Scottish team that has only a handful of defenders to choose from.

Scottish Rugby

There is a large group of young Scottish rugby players who are making themselves known in the rugby world and who, if properly trained and perform well, can have a very long and successful career at the top of the game. Scotland has done a great job in recent years developing young talent to grow and propel players in the squad to a place in the squad. Hopefully, this trend will continue, which is what these four players, along with many others, seem to be doing.

Scotland will face current world champions, South Africa, in the Rugby World Cup 2023 in Group B of the competition.

The Springboks will make their debut for Gregor Townsend’s men in Marseille on Sunday, September 10, 2023, having previously met in 1999 and 2015.

Scotland’s next match will be against the Asia Pacific 1 qualifiers in Nice on Sunday, September 24 in two weeks, before taking on the Euro 2 qualifiers in Lille on Saturday, September 30.

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Uruguay RWC 2023: Ready to ramp up preparations

Uruguay RWC 2023: Ready to ramp up preparations

With two test series against Uruguay, Japan and Romania will have a clear picture of where they stand against their Rugby World Cup 2023 rivals when their action-packed summer games end. A historic year for the burgeoning rugby nation as they qualified for America 1 for the first time. The four games gave Los Teros their first competitive knockout round since 2021. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy New Zealand Vs Uruguay Tickets from our website.

But until October, they had never competed in the game’s flagship tournament as the best team in America before. Uruguay has played the past two and four matches and is no stranger to the Rugby World Cup.

Uruguay is no stranger to the Rugby World Cup
Uruguay is no stranger to the Rugby World Cup

After trailing the United States by 3 points in the first leg in Glendale, Colorado, Los Teros won the return leg 34-15 in Montevideo to go straight to France 2023 with a total of 50-34.

More matches against opponents that they will test in different ways. A qualifier for America 1 gives Los Teros extra time to prepare.

With many of the players still in the squad to this day and trip to Japan will bring back fond memories of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

Uruguay defeated Fiji 30-27 on a thrilling day at Kamaishi Restoration Stadium, their third tournament win since their 1999 debut.

The first game of the Japan Tour will be held on June 18 at Chichibunomiya Stadium in Tokyo with a capacity of 27,000 fans. While the second game will be played with a capacity of 15,000 fans at Kitakyushu Mikuni Stadium.

“For Uruguay, the opportunity to play two games against a team like Japan is very important to prepare for the next World Cup,” said Uruguay president Santiago Slinger.

“Brave Blossoms is one of the fastest growing elite teams in recent years and is undoubtedly an example to follow.”

“It is very reassuring to visit Japan again after an unforgettable experience at the 2019 World Cup, as it is a country that has hosted us in a spectacular way. We are excited to be back and participate in these important matches.”

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In 2015, Uruguay only played twice against the Brave Blossoms in Japan, both 40-0 and 30-8.

Uruguay only played twice against the Brave Blossoms in Japan
Uruguay only played twice against the Brave Blossoms in Japan

But since then, great strides have been made to take advantage of Uruguay’s high-performing centres and involvement in the Pro Club Leagues, American Rugby Premier League and Major League Rugby.

Coach Esteban Meneses has also done an excellent job of motivating and bringing together a team that has grown in scope, after which he won a lucrative foreign deal in France and featured some of Los Teros’ star players at the Rugby World Cup 2019. Rugby World Cup fans can buy France Vs Uruguay Tickets from our website.

While Japan is nine places ahead and nearly 12 points ahead of Uruguay. Uruguay has placed the two teams not far apart in the World Rugby Men’s Rankings in the second half of the testing window.

Only two places and a half point apart is more known compared to Uruguay’s short association with the Brave Blossoms.

“The two games against Romania will be a huge opportunity to continue preparations for France 2023,” Meneses said.

“It will be a great opportunity to rank the inductees who play in Europe today, along with those who play in the MLS and NFL, against their direct opponents as they are currently number 17, and we are number 19.”

“We must use this opportunity to continue to grow in the game and as a team to achieve our great goal, the World Cup.”

Romania has only played Los Teros once before on Uruguayan soil, 21-21 in Montevideo in 2010. It was the first leg of the 2011 RWC final qualifying round and the South American missed a trip to New Zealand after a homecoming loss by 39-12.

The Oaks have won eight of their remaining nine games since a separate draw, with Los Teros’ only success in a 27-20 win in Bucharest in November 2018.

In the 2023 Rugby World Cup, Uruguay will face New Zealand, France, Italy and Africa 1 in Group A.

Japan was too hot on fire against Uruguay
Japan was too hot on fire against Uruguay

Japan beats Uruguay in Tokyo

Preparations for Japan’s Rugby World Cup are serious with a comfortable 34-15 win over Uruguay in Tokyo today.

Brave Blossoms will face the same foe again this summer as part of four home tests, including two against France.

Japan was too hot on fire against Uruguay, stemming from the combination of young players and veterans making their historic run to the quarter-finals of the 2019 World Cup. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Coach Takanobu Horikawa took over after Jamie Joseph’s departure. But the New Zealander will return next week for Kitakyushu’s second game against Uruguay.

“For 80 minutes we were in control and we were able to take it easy,” Horikawa said.

“We’ve been able to show our style and do what we’ve been working on for the past two weeks on both sides of the floor. I’m very happy with today’s game.”

At the World Cup next year, Japan will take on England, Argentina, Samoa and qualifiers from America.

Koga Nezuka and Tevita Tatafu tried to give Japan the lead against Uruguay in the first half. After which Kosuke Horikoshi, Koji Iino and Takeshi Hino scored after the break.

The four starters in the starting lineup in Japan made their debut.

“It’s great to meet new, up-and-coming youngsters,” said Wimpie van der Walt one of the few World Cup veterans, on the second row.

Diego Magno and Manuel Ardao scored in the second half for Uruguay. Which faces host countries France, New Zealand, Italy and African qualifiers at the World Cup.

“Our plan is to gain experience by competing at such a high level to prepare for the World Cup,” said Uruguay coach Esteban Meneses.

“I think today’s game has a lot of good things to learn from. When the World Cup comes, we will try to improve and be at our best.”

The Japan defeated Uruguay 43-7 in Kitakyushu
The Japan defeated Uruguay 43-7 in Kitakyushu

Japan beats Uruguay in France Tests preps

Japan defeated Uruguay 43-7 in Kitakyushu to warm up for their series against France.

The hosts made six attempts on Saturday to back up last week’s 34-15 win over the South Americans in Tokyo.

Captain Atsushi Sakate gave Japan a good start when he crossed the line five minutes later, and three penalties from Takuya Yamasawa in eight out of five quickly gave the hosts a 14-0 lead at the Mikuni World Stadium.

It then stagnated for a while, but midfielder Dylan Riley fiddled with a cross just before half-time, winger Ben Gunter scored a touchdown shortly after the break and South African-born winger Gerhard van den Heever made his test debut.

Riley centre Yusuke Kajimura scored the last goal for the Sakura, making it 36-0 after Uruguayan winger Santiago Civetta was sent into the penalty area.

Lee Seung Sin replaced Yamasawa, who missed four conversions and went into the extras after Kajimura’s five-pointer extended the lead to 43-0.

Los Teros finally reached the board through Manuel Ardao, number 8, six minutes from Japan. When a man fell to the ground after prop Keita Inagaki was shown a yellow card.

The 2019 World Cup quarter-finalists will face the 2023 World Cup host nation at Toyota Stadium next Saturday for a second test at Tokyo’s National Stadium next week.

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Should the Rugby World Cup extension be done? And what about France’s top stadiums

Should the Rugby World Cup extension be done? And what about France’s top stadiums

Since 1987, the Rugby World Cup extension has been considered the pinnacle of international competition and is held every four years. Before its founding, there were no real global championships except regional competitions, starting with homegrown championships. This included England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Which grew into the Five Nations with France in 1910 and then the Six with Italy in 2000. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Nevertheless, due to the growing popularity and participation of the sport around the world. The idea of global competition was floated repeatedly, especially in the 1950s. However, any proposal to host the Rugby World Cup is regularly opposed by national unions within the International Rugby Board (IRFB). But when the World Cup concept resurfaced in the 1980s, it was finally accepted.

Any proposal to host the Rugby World Cup extension is regularly opposed by national unions
Any proposal to host the Rugby World Cup extension is regularly opposed by national unions

The inaugural tournament was co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand in 1987, which is interesting considering they are two of the most ardent supporters, with 16 of the strongest national teams from around the world. The IRFB later changed to the International Rugby Board (IRB) in 1998 and then back to World Rugby (WR) in 2014.

The Evolution of the FIFA World Cup

Ironically, the Football World Cup has become one of the biggest events on the global sports calendar, as the Football Association actually grew out of the original Rugby League competition. With football (or soccer) quickly becoming a professional sport and the rugby league long retaining its amateur status, it was inevitable that the ‘beautiful game’ would become the most popular sport in the world.

The first FIFA World Cup was hosted by Uruguay in 1930, with 13 teams taking part, notably excluding the ‘mother countries’ England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, who have their own champions, which they consider even better. But with the success of the event and subsequent championships in 1934 and 1938, after World War II, these ‘home countries’ decided to participate, using their original ‘home country’ championships to qualify.

In total, 13 teams took part in the 1950 World Cup, although the number of participating countries grew as the event’s global reach has grown. In 1954 there were 16 countries and in 1982, when Spain hosted the World Cup, there were 24 countries. Since the 1998 World Cup in France, the league has grown again to 32 teams, and Qatar will remain the same in 2022 before expanding to 48 teams for the 2026 World Cup.

The need to expand the Rugby World Cup extension

While there is a clear power base on the International Rugby Union stage, there is growing awareness that the sport could benefit from further integration, especially at an event as important as the Rugby World Cup. The current 20 teams participating are far too few, especially considering that 93 teams have participated in the qualifiers and 109 countries are in the official world rugby rankings. Rugby World Cup fans can buy rwc 2023 Tickets from our website.

The Rugby World Cup 2023 starts in France there will be only 20 teams
The Rugby World Cup 2023 starts in France there will be only 20 teams

The fact that rugby is now valued in more countries around the world than ever before suggests. That world rugby might be wise to expand and add more teams to its flagship international competition. When the 2023 Rugby World Cup starts in France there will be only 20 teams. The 2027 Rugby World Cup in Australia and the United States Rugby World Cup extension in 2031 will remain unchanged.

But will World Rugby follow the example of their FIFA cousins and decide to increase participation in the Rugby World Cup? That is still an open question at the moment, although it should be taken seriously. Especially given the growing popularity of the sport. In addition, there is growing evidence that quality has improved significantly in countries. I have never participated in the World Cup before.

Major improvements require approval

When assessing the need to expand the Rugby World Cup, we need only look at the example of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Football fans will no doubt be looking for Arab betting sites for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. As five teams from the region will be competing, including Saudi Arabia and Iran. As well as host countries Qatar, as well as Morocco and Tunisia.

However, fans of these teams will not see their cherished rugby team at the Rugby World Cup 2023. This is not a problem for them as teams like Tunisia and Morocco are in the top 60 of the official rugby world rankings. It’s actually quite frustrating. Tunisia is currently in 40th place in the global rugby ranking.

Until the 2031 American Rugby World Cup and future plans, perhaps World Rugby should seriously consider expanding their game, perhaps following the same example FIFA set during the FIFA World Cup. Nothing inspires sports fans more than greater inclusivity, which is exactly how rugby can provide stronger support in the future. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

France’s Best Rugby World Cup Stadiums

Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Stade de France, Saint-Denis

1. Stade de France, Saint-Denis

We start with France’s number one stadium in the country. Which regularly hosts rugby leagues and football matches on the sports calendar. Built for the 1998 FIFA World Cup, the stadium is now the home of French rugby, with 97 caps, including the 1999 RWC quarter-finals and the 2007 RWC final, with South Africa winning 15-6 against England. With 80,000 seats, the Stade de France will host a total of 10 games and kick off the highly anticipated match between host Le Blues and the All Blacks.

2. Stadium Municipal Toulouse, Toulouse

Since its creation as the home stadium for the 1938 FIFA World Cup, Toulouse Stadium has undergone three renovations. As well as hosted many European and Top 14 rugby matches. Rugby club Stade Toulousain plays its home games here. So it’s no stranger to elite competition in one of the world’s top rugby leagues. The stadium is located in the south of France, just a few kilometres from the Spanish border, on a picturesque island in the Garonne River. It has scheduled five RWC 2023 games in its 33,000-seat stadium, including two for the Japan national team and one for New Zealand.

3. OL Stadium or Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Lyon

The Parc Olympique Lyonnais is home to the football team Olympique Lyonnais. But since opening in 2016 it has hosted some extremely important rugby league matches. The Champions League and Challenge Cup finals are held here and are almost full. 14 Montpellier HR and Lyon OU collided in 2018. This state-of-the-art stadium has “hybrid turf” sewn onto the pitch, with a layer of sand and cork fibres beneath the natural turf before hitting the ground, said to reduce the risk of injury by up to 40 decreases. Per cent. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy rwc Tickets from our website.

Allianz Riviera, Nice
Allianz Riviera, Nice

4. Allianz Riviera, Nice

The Allianz Riviera usually hosts Liga 1 side OGC Nice. But Toulonnais rugby club is known to play a few domestic matches there as well. The stadium has only played 1 Rugby League game to date, with France comfortably beating Scotland 32-3 on 17 August 2019.

The Nice stadium will host just four matches during RWC 2023. Sharing the 35,169 capacity with Wales, England, Japan, Italy and Scotland some teams. Located on the Cote d’Azur (hence the name of the French Riviera), just west of Monaco, it offers fans a unique view of the coast, allowing fans to immerse themselves in the Mediterranean and the enchanting seaside resorts of St Tropez and Cannes.

5. Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille

In northern France, close to the French border, you’ll find the Stade Pierre-Mauroy. Which hosts events ranging from football and rugby to concerts. This is largely due to the state-of-the-art pitch configuration, where you can mechanically design the turf layout through a series of moving parts below the pitch surface.

It opened in August 2012, playing its first rugby match just 3 months later, with France beating Argentina 39-22. It is currently used by football club Lille OSC, but thanks to the retractable roof. RWC 2023 will host 5 matches in all weather conditions against countries. Such as France, England, Scotland and Samoa for up to 50,000 spectators.

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One year left until the official starting of the Men's Rugby World Cup 2023

One year left until the official starting of the Men’s Rugby World Cup 2023

The official start of the Men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 in France is still a year away. RugbyPass covers every moment of the game with the latest news, behind-the-scenes interviews and reactions from fans and players. The excitement of the game is growing and the top teams in world rugby are more competitive than ever. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

The opening game of the competition will take place on Friday, September 8 at the Stade de France, when Les Bleus will host the All Blacks. It must have been one of the most exciting opening matches of the World Cup, with many seeing the French as their favourite to win the tournament.

The official start of the Men's Rugby World Cup 2023 in France is still a year away
The official start of the Men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 in France is still a year away

Rugby World Cup 2023 begins

The World Cup, which will take place in nine locations from September 8 to October 28, looks set to become the pinnacle of the global sports calendar in 2023. From Lille to Marseille, we will go through every competition stage. Here you will find all the latest news, results and statistics.

Explore every attempt, tackle and conversion of the 2023 Rugby World Cup with your local rugby guru RugbyPass. RugbyPass sends teams before and after the match. So you (the fan) can fully respond to the key moments of the match.

In the tenth Rugby World Cup, the mighty Springboks will fight to keep their crown. They are the current holders of the Webb Ellis Cup after beating England in 2019 final in Yokohama. However, the All Blacks are aiming for their fourth title. While the rugged Les Bleus will likely claim their first World Cup title on home soil.

Find out more about the teams participating in the World Cup with our handy team guide or learn more about the 2023 Stars with our player profile. Then, after watching all the latest World Cup matches, vote for your Rugby World Cup Dream Team.

Whether you’re looking for news, opinions or statistics about the Rugby World Cup. You’ll find everything you need with RugbyPass right here.

Eddie Jones has emphasized that cohesion and planning will be central to England's RWC 2023
Jones has emphasized that cohesion and planning will be central to England’s RWC 2023

Eddie Jones: Cohesion and planning key for England as France prepare for Rugby World Cup 2023

Eddie Jones has emphasized that cohesion and planning will be central to England’s 2023 Men’s Rugby World Cup inclination in France as teams prepare for autumn testing at training camps in London and Jersey.

England held a short training camp in October to begin preparations for the Autumn Nations series. Rugby World Cup fans can buy rwc Tickets from our website.

“We are looking forward to getting started. These training camps will be important preparation for the big games this fall. We have 13 World Cup tests, so every game is a great learning opportunity and an opportunity for this young team to progress.” to go.” It is vital that we continue to build our cohesion.”

Jones’ squad will face Argentina on Sunday, November 6, followed by Japan on Saturday, November 12. England will play against both teams in the 2023 Rugby World Cup group.

They then host New Zealand on Saturday, November 19, and finish against South Africa on Saturday, November 26, with all four Tests in Twickenham.

England is organizing a three-day training camp in London on Sunday, October 2, during which they train at Twickenham Stadium.

England is organizing a three-day training camp in London
England is organizing a three-day training camp in London

They will then travel to Jersey on Monday 26 October for a five-day training camp before returning to England where they will be based at the England Rugby Performance Center at Pennyhill Park in Bagshot.

Last year England trained at the Jersey Reds Stadium ahead of the 2021 autumn match, beating Tonga, Australia and South Africa.

“We’re looking forward to getting started and these camps will be important preparations for this fall’s big games,” Jones said.

“When we have 13 tests for the Rugby World Cup, so every match is a great learning opportunity and an opportunity for this young team to continue. We need to keep building cohesion and adapting tactically.”

“We had a great time in Jersey last year, it has great facilities and the island is a great place for a productive training camp. It has helped us lay the groundwork for a successful autumn campaign and we hope to have even more this year the same performance.”

“Our game is based on the traditional benefits of set pieces and physicality, so our aim is to set the tone in November, starting with an impressive Argentine team.”

“We can’t wait to get back in front of our Twickenham supporters and play a good game of rugby against some very tough opponents.”

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Rugby World Cup 2023: Wallabies star Samu Kerevi is confident of being fully fit for France 2023

Australian centre Samu Kerevi gave supporters, coaches and teammates a timely boost. After the Bledisloe Cup defeat and confirmed he should have enough time to recover for the Rugby World Cup.

Wallabies star Samu Kerevi is confident of being fully fit for RWC 2023
Wallabies star Samu Kerevi is confident of being fully fit for RWC 2023

Kerevi missed the All Blacks game in Melbourne after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament at the Commonwealth Games, with the injury sidelined until next season.

That means the 28-year-old will miss the entire rugby championship. As well as the upcoming year-end season in the Northern Hemisphere.

There were fears he would miss the Men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 in France in September, but Kerevi has allayed those concerns.

May return

“The best scenario is a return (in) April or May,” he told the Sydney Morning Herald. ‘Then I’m ready to come back. May at the latest.

“Hopefully I can play a few (Japan First Division) matches before the final. Next year there will be bigger fish to fry.”

Kerevi’s original ideas were to play in the Commonwealth Games and then return for the last four games of the rugby championship, but those plans were disrupted by an ACL injury.

“I thought I had a broken bone, (but) I got up and walked away, feeling good,” he said.

“Then the doctor looked. He said my ACL had no end. I started to get a headache.

“After an hour I accepted what was going on regardless of the outcome. When the scan came back I was found to be broken. I knew it was part of football. So, I don’t regret it.”

“I wasn’t sure at the time how they (his club Tokyo Sungoliath) would react, but after talking to them they were really supportive.”

“They understand it’s part of football. Nobody wants to get hurt, it’s part of the game. They’ve been a huge support to me and I’ll be back in December to finish my rehabilitation.”

Advice from The Wallaby legend

Kerevi spoke to Tim Horan, one of Australia’s great centres, about how he recovered from a similar injury in 1994. Interestingly, despite being 28 years apart, both have the same surgeon.

“The same doctor who operated on him also operated on me. Hopefully, I’ll have some luck with it,” Kerevi added.

“Shout out to Peter Myers, he is a great surgeon and he has told me so many great stories about the boy recovering from his ACL. I am very confident that I will be well again.”

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Lack of forethought by Springboks coaches leaves flagrant holes looking before next year’s Rugby World Cup

Lack of forethought by Springboks coaches leaves flagrant holes looking before next year’s Rugby World Cup

The Springboks found themselves in a tricky position in their second Test against Australia, with a number of mandatory changes leading to serious concerns for Coach Jacques Nienaber ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023. For a team lauded for its depth. Nienaber and its coaching staff have failed to address obvious question marks in key positions. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy South Africa Vs Romania Tickets from our website.

The problem started with the prostitutes, and Nienaber has two world-class players, Bongi Mbonambi and Malcolm Marx, who have been mainstays since Rassie Erasmus took over in 2018.

Nienaber and its coaching staff have failed to address obvious question marks
Nienaber and its coaching staff have failed to address obvious question marks

Concerns of Hooker

While the pair are largely in good health, the nature of rugby means injuries are inevitable. Mbonambi’s injury prior to the test at Ellis Park against the All Blacks was a prime example, leading to a blatant mistake by Nienaber when starting Joseph Dweba.

New recruit Stormer has shown promise in the Springboks team formed during the British and Irish Lions series and is expected to grow into a third quality whore for the world champions.

However, the decision not to give Nelspruit his life for the collision in Ellis Park a week earlier and for Marx, who threw Dweba into the abyss, failed.

Dweba’s foundations are revealed in his sidelines tossing and clambering. It’s not that prostitutes don’t have potential. Nevertheless, Nienaber has pushed the 26-year-old into a frenzy from the media and fans, inevitably hindering his confidence and possibly even his development.

Why don’t you start Marx, arguably the world’s hooker, and have Dweba get 30 minutes in the back after the hard work is done. So he can take full advantage of the platform he built to fit the test scenario?

Dweba

Then let Dweba gain confidence in his abilities against Australia instead of coming out of the media pain. Now Nienaber is in a situation where he would rather have Deon Fourie, who has front row time, shoot off the bench this weekend than Dweba.

Dweba's foundations are revealed in his sidelines tossing and clambering
Dweba’s foundations are revealed in his sidelines tossing and clambering

The questionable decision-making goes beyond that when we look at the 42-man squad named after the rugby tournament, with five scrum halves named and just three hookers.

In principle, both positions are crucial, but all five scrum halves have at least one Test cap. It would make more sense to pick an additional whore in Bulls star Johan Grobbelaar, who has been in the setup before and has been great in the United Rugby Championship (URC). Rugby World Cup fans can buy South Africa Vs Ireland Tickets from our website.

Then, when the crisis hits, as it is now, there’s a fourth potential hooker to call on. Which will give the team a head start on the road to the World Cup.

Fourie is a great player with extraordinary striking ability and he will play the Schalk Brits when he comes to the highs. But he doesn’t have to be a backup hooker.

Fly-Half crisis

Fly-half is another interesting weakness for the Springboks rugby. Handre Pollard and Elton Jantjies are just two outright pivots on the squad, and the risks associated with this limited roster have overtaken the South African.

Damian Willemse

Sure, Damian Willemse is versatile, starting at 10 this weekend, but looking ahead to the World Cup, how can there be only two professional half-timers in the wider squad?

Damian Willemse is versatile, starting at 10 this weekend
Damian Willemse is versatile, starting at 10 this weekend

Injuries are the main concern, and it’s been highlighted this week, even before it’s no secret. That Pollard isn’t the old-fashioned self who has come close to perfecting World Cup wins time and time again. Instead, the pivots were inconsistent and sometimes unreliable.

Meanwhile, Jantjies, who was also thrown into the game against Wales. After a few months of injury, is a questionable option at the Test level.

The former Lion was an outstanding rugby player and one of the best fly-halves in attack. But his style never mixed with the Springbok lineup as he did at the club level.

This begs the question, what about the World Cup? Granted, in the URC squad there is no outright bout for a half-court spot like Evan Roos at number 8. But it’s risky to pick two halves that aren’t at their best.

Chris Smith

Bringing Bulls forward Chris Smith could be an option. The 27-year-old is not yet ready for Test rugby, but his fundamentals are excellent and he offers a similar package to Morne Steyn, with his kicks and goals solid. Put him on a bigger list of intense workouts and get to know the system. Because when disaster strikes, Smith is closer to where he needs to be. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy South Africa Vs Tonga Tickets from our website.

Willemse was the half-court fix and could be great this weekend. But if the 24-year-old is injured or suspended this week. Nienaber will be a lifesaver. Of course, there will always be Frans Steyn to fill the void. But for all the tribute to the legendary Springbok. It will be difficult to defend the World Cup with the 35-year-old fly-half.

The situation isn’t as dire as this article suggests. But the ramifications of the decisions the Springboks coaching staff are making now will intensify. As his team progresses to France 2023, and if his team is to defend their title, Nienaber must step up. There’s a reason the Webb Ellis Trophy is only defended once.

Springbok rugby hooker Malcolm Marx could be the next big name to head to France
Springbok rugby hooker Malcolm Marx could be the next big name to head to France

Malcolm Marx could be the next Bok to go to France

According to reports, Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx could be the next big name to head to France in search of a lucrative top 14 contract.

According to Midi Olympique, Marx is an important target for at least the top 14 teams. Rumours that ASM Clermont is looking to lose their wallets to a high-level No. 2, and the 50-cap Springbok. Whose contract expires in the summer of 2023, have clearly piqued their interest.

Marx is currently competing for the Springboks rugby starting shirt with Bongi Mbonambi, who is an integral part of Jacques Nienaber’s roster, and any transfer will take place after next year’s Rugby World Cup in France. The 27-year-old is currently under contract with Japan’s Kubota Spears and will play one season with the NTT Shining Arcs in 2020.

Unlike other countries, Springboks doesn’t have a strict policy banning foreign players from participating in Springboks training camps. So while playing abroad doesn’t necessarily help, exclusion from Test Rugby isn’t necessarily an issue.

Of course, South African rugby is not the only team to lose players from the north. After the sport’s flagship event in 2023. There could be a slew of stars in the southern hemisphere looking to move to Europe.

The regular four-year immigration cycle could also include All Blacks superstar Beauden Barrett and nervous prop Nepo Laulala, who are reported to be weighing both deals with the French club.

Some of the current All Blacks – including Laulala, Barrett, Brodie Retallick, Sam Whitelock, Aaron Smith and Richie Mo’unga – are currently under contract until the end of 2023. This could prevent them from going to the 2027 Rugby World Cup. They will certainly keep an eye on major contracts from France and Japan.

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France Rugby World Cup 2023 chief executive Claude Atcher was suspended

France Rugby World Cup 2023 chief executive Claude Atcher was suspended and the Match schedule final qualification

Claude Atcher, director of the Rugby World Cup 2023 organizing committee, has been suspended after an initial investigation into his workplace behaviour. L’Équipe reported in June that the 66-year-old had seen an “atmosphere of terror” at Groupement internet Public (GIP), where staff suffered panic attacks, burnout and verbal abuse. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

The newspaper also claimed that Atcher had paid bills of tens of thousands of euros by ordering small taxis for personal use.

Claude Atcher, CEO Of the Rugby World Cup 2023 organizing committee, has been suspended
Claude Atcher, CEO Of the Rugby World Cup 2023 organizing committee, has been suspended

Atcher denies financial impropriety and bullying. The allegations sparked an investigation that also revealed possible corruption and supported the claim that Atcher acted out of fear and did not follow financial rules properly.

Atcher’s suspension was supported by World Rugby, the governing body of the global rugby league. Atcher’s deputy Julien Collette has been installed as a temporary replacement.

France’s Sports Minister Amelie Oudea-Castera said the government must “act quickly” after an official report pointed to “worrying management practices” and “violations of financial integrity” within the organizing committee. She added that Atcher will face disciplinary proceedings that could lead to his dismissal.

Oudea-Castera continued: “The report identifies violations of economic and financial integrity and confirms the serious social problems [within France’s 2023 public interest group], a serious crisis of confidence, suffering for workers and psychological and social risks.”

The French Labor Inspectorate has ordered the release of a second report that will determine whether the management behaviour is a criminal offence.

“World Rugby is deeply concerned about the allegations made through the French media,” World Rugby said in a statement. “The well-being of the Rugby family is paramount and is at the heart of the values of unity, inclusion and fun that epitomize the Rugby World Cup, the ultimate celebration of unity in sport.”

“While the final assessment report has not yet been completed, it is imperative for World Rugby to continue to provide full support and assistance to the France 2023 Organizing Committee in working together to host a special Rugby World Cup in France.”

Atcher's suspension was supported by World Rugby
Atcher’s suspension was supported by World Rugby

The development anticipates the trials of French Football Federation (FFR) presidents Atcher and Bernard Laporte in a separate corruption case. Laporte, who is also vice president of world rugby, faces six separate charges over his dealings with Mohed Altrad, who owns French club Montpellier and his company sponsors the French national team. Rugby World Cup fans can buy rwc Tickets from our website.

Laporte was charged with “corruption, peddling of influence, breach of trust to undermine the FFR, and unlawful gain by persons accused of carrying out public service assignments.”

Altrad faces several financial charges, including “active bribes from individuals accused of carrying out public service assignments”.

Atcher, FFR vice president Gilles Simon and Atcher partner Benoit Rover are also on trial. All five have denied various allegations. The trial begins on September 7.

Match schedule final qualification for Rugby World Cup 2023 confirmed

World Rugby today announced the schedule for the final qualifiers that will determine the 20th and final qualifier for the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.

Four teams from four continents will compete in the three RWC 2023 final qualifiers from November 6-18 at Sevens Stadium in Dubai. Hong Kong, Kenya, Portugal and the United States will compete in a round-robin format, with the team with the most points taking France’s last spot in 2023.

The Final Qualification tournament for RWC 2023
The final Qualification tournament for RWC 2023

The World Rugby Men’s Ranking, powered by Capgemini as of 31 July 2022, has been used to determine the match schedule for the deciding tournament. On an opening day, the United States (19th) takes on Kenya (33rd) and Portugal (20th) takes on Hong Kong (22nd). On the third and final day of play, the two highest-ranked teams from the United States and Portugal will compete to conclude qualification for next year’s Rugby World Cup.

The eventual winner and last team to participate in the 2023 Rugby World Cup adventure will take a place in Pool C, along with Wales, Australia, Fiji and Georgia. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

Current Bookie’s favourite to win the Rugby World Cup 2023

Are you a big fan of rugby? If the answer is “yes”, we are 100% sure that you will hardly wait for the World Cup. In 2023, some of the best teams in global rugby will have the chance to confirm their quality.

In most cases, you’ll hear sports analytics showing that neither team has a major advantage over the other. We have to agree with that because the motivation of every player is high. In this case, miracles are always possible.

In reality, however, the quality of each team is very different. Online bookmakers are aware of this and have prepared a list of odds. This way people can know who has the best chance of winning the most valuable trophy (according to many players).

Overview of online betting options

Before we get to the point, we’re sure you’ll want to learn more about betting options. Well, believe it or not, you can bet on the winner of this game even today. They already exist and you can find them at various online bookmakers. However, make sure you have the best odds in front of you.

At www.bestbettingsites.com/ireland/skybet/ you can learn more about one of the betting sites where you can bet and make sure you have good betting conditions. Isn’t this a great way to wait for the World Cup to start?

But who has the best chance of becoming a world champion? Well, this is a question that deserves a longer analysis. So let’s see what bookmakers have to say. You might find some helpful advice there.

France was the country where one of the strangest rugby scenes ever took place
France was the country where one of the strangest rugby scenes ever took place

France: The Largest Favorite (2/1 odds)

Not so long ago, France was the country where one of the strangest rugby scenes ever took place. However, this is no longer the only reason why French rugby has become a viral topic in the world both online and offline. Believe it or not, bookmakers give France the best chance of winning the 2023 World Cup. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy rwc 2023 Tickets from our website.

Their national team has some of the best players in the world such as Gregory Alldritt, Romain Ntamack, Antoine Dupont and more. The only reason they might miss this opportunity is that all of these players are inexperienced. For those who don’t know, most are 25 years old or younger. But until next year they have enough time to correct the mistakes they made in the past and gain the necessary experience.

The Second favourite: England (Odds 6/1)

The rivalry between England and France has been around for many years (not just in rugby). It seems that these two national teams have the highest chance of winning the most valuable trophy. In general, the reason bookmakers give England a big chance is Eddie Jones.

His so-called New England plan defines a 2023 World Cup title as the biggest goal. But winning championships is not his only goal. He wanted to change the style of rugby to make it more open. Logically, this will generate more interest in the sport, which will have a positive effect on the popularity of rugby in the country.

Ireland: why not? (Odds 8/1)

Who said Ireland had no chance of reaching and winning the World Cup final? At least that’s what the bookmakers say! Our beautiful country is third with 8/1 odds.

Ireland had no chance of reaching and winning the World Cup final
Ireland had no chance of reaching and winning the World Cup final

It’s hard to say whose name is more important in the team. Will James Lowe do anything special next year? Like online bookmakers, we believe Ireland has a chance to win. In the next period, they have the opportunity to correct all the mistakes made so far.

Ireland is still in the spotlight of rugby, which of course means there is no pressure on the players. In this case, it’s better to play than to be the favourite that everyone expects to win an international trophy, right?

Wales (25/1 odds)

The fourth place in Wales. Their national team even rose easily from first to fifth. However, we have to admit that they have a lot of injuries. It seems bookmakers know them too and have placed them fourth on this list. Gambling sites seem to think that Pivac has the ability to flip the Welsh side. He does have a tough job, especially when we take into account their negative record with the Six Nations. They only scored a total of 76 points, which would have been unthinkable a few years ago.

Final thoughts

These four teams currently have the best chances of winning the Rugby World Cup in 2023. We are not saying that this list will not change in the near future. It depends on many factors such as the fitness of the players, the form of each team, etc. Besides all the teams we have featured here, we have to say that Scotland and Italy are also close to the top of this list. According to online bookmakers, their chances may not be that great.

However, we should not underestimate these teams at all. As we said, the drive and desire of players to win is great, which can do wonders for us.

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