Sources familiar with the matter have revealed that rugby’s governing body plans to elevate Japan Rugby World Cup Team to its Tier 1 group of nations.  Which includes the most dominant teams in the sport. This decision is expected to be made during an upcoming World Rugby board meeting. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Japan Rugby World Cup Tickets­­­­­ from our website.

Once this happens, the Brave Blossoms will become the 11th team in the Tier 1 group. And will be included in the newly established High-Performance Union framework. Japan Rugby World Cup Team earned this promotion after their impressive performance at the 2019 RWC.

Where they advanced to the final eight for the first time in history. Japan Rugby World Cup Team has an opportunity to increase its presence in the global rugby community. As the first Asian country to reach the highest level of the sport.

The Brave Blossoms’ elevation to the Tier 1 group is a result of their impressive performances in recent years. Including their quarterfinal finish at the 2019 Rugby World Cup held in Japan.

Japan Rugby World Cup Team promoted to the top tier
Japan Rugby World Cup Team promoted to the top tier

During the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England, Japan shocked South Africa in the opening round of their pool matches. In the 2019 RWC, held in their home country. Japan defeated established rugby powerhouses Ireland and Scotland, earning a spot in the quarterfinals for the first time in history.

Japan Rugby World Cup Team Assistant Coach Tony Brown a free agent in 2024

Tony Brown, a former coach of the Highlanders rugby team, is available for hire in 2024. However, there has been no communication from Scott Robertson. The newly appointed head coach of the All Blacks.

Regarding the possibility of Brown joining as an assistant coach. Although Robertson has been chosen as the head coach, the attention has shifted to the formation of his coaching team.

It is believed that Robertson may have presented his coaching team to New Zealand Rugby. As part of the interview process, the final decision on the team composition will involve input from NZ Rugby as well.

According to sources, it is improbable that Tony Brown would decline an offer to join the All Blacks coaching team again.As he is currently a free agent after the Rugby World Cup.

Japan Rugby World Cup Team Assistant Coach Tony Brown a free agent in 2024
Japan Rugby World Cup Team Assistant Coach Tony Brown a free agent in 2024

Brown recently returned to Japan from New Zealand. And it is believed that he was part of Jamie Joseph’s campaign for the All Blacks coaching position. NZ Rugby World Cup Team has not confirmed whether Joseph was a candidate for the role.

Citing confidentiality regarding the selection process. Stuff has uncovered information that Jamie Joseph did indeed put himself forward.As a candidate for the All Blacks coaching job and gave a presentation to the NZ Rugby selection panel.

However, he did not present to the board. Tony Brown, aged 48, is a well-regarded attack coach. Who is set to coach Japan Rugby World Cup Team in his second RWC this year? Despite Brown’s experience and expertise.

Japan Rugby World Cup Team Assistant Coach Tony is expected to receive numerous offers

There may be a potential obstacle in the fact that he departed from Scott Robertson’s coaching team in 2019. Moreover, it is unclear if Robertson’s thinking has changed since then.

The speculation about the composition of the assistant coaching team is unlikely to dissipate. Until Robertson announces his decisions.Following Scott Robertson’s appointment as the new All Blacks head coach. RWC fans can buy England Vs Japan Tickets­­­­­ from our website.

Super Rugby coaches were inundated with questions regarding their interest in joining the national team’s coaching staff. The rugby rumor mill has been active, with Wayne Smith’s name also mentioned.

Leon MacDonald, the head coach of the Blues, expressed his interest in the All Blacks role. While Scott Hansen, an assistant coach at the Crusaders, emphasized his loyalty to Robertson.

In contrast, Jason Holland, the head coach of the Hurricanes, revealed that he had not been contacted by Robertson in several months. Despite reports linking him to a potential role with the All Blacks.

Until the assistant coaching positions for the All Blacks are filled. The attention towards the Rugby World Cup is likely to be minimal. Even if Scott Robertson does not approach him.

Tony Brown is expected to receive numerous offers due to the high demand for New Zealand coaches overseas. There are rumors that Joe Schmidt has already received offers in France after rejecting the chance to apply for the All Blacks role.

Japan Rugby World Cup Team Assistant Coach Tony is expected to receive numerous offers
Japan Rugby World Cup Team Assistant Coach Tony is expected to receive numerous offers

Other coaches such as Dave Rennie, Jamie Joseph, and Ian Foster may also be in demand. It is even possible that Foster could end up coaching against the All Blacks if he secures another test role.

Cooper outshines Folau in Japan Rugby World Cup Team

Hanazono Kintetsu Liners secured an important victory in their quest for Division One survival in Japan Rugby League One, with Quade Cooper leading the way. Despite the impressive performance of Israel Folau, Cooper stole the show as Kintetsu.

Who had only managed one win this season, defeated previously unbeaten Urayasu D-Rocks 36-14 in the first leg of their Replacement Battle. Cooper, who had been out of action since suffering an Achilles injury on international duty in August.

Played a key role in the victory before being substituted at halftime with Kintetsu leading 19-7. Urayasu faced mounting pressure and even received two yellow cards during the match.

Kintetsu coach Yoshi takes Mizuma’s strategy to make Cooper eligible for the relegation series by playing him for a minute in the last game of the regular season appears to be successful.

Although the season is only halfway done. In the match against Urayasu, Cooper and Will Genia’s tactical play. Prevented Urayasu from getting into the game early, and Folau was unable to make an impact until late in the match.

Cooper outshines Folau in Japan Rugby World Cup Team
Cooper outshines Folau in Japan Rugby World Cup Team

Folau scored a try in the 67th minute; it was not enough to turn the game around, and Kintetsu’s Jackson Garden Bachop scored a try to cancel out Folau’s effort. Urayasu will face a tough challenge in the return fixture in Osaka.

Matt Toomua and Curtis Rona, former Wallabies, are likely to play in Division One next year. After their team, Sagamihara Dynaboars won 59-21 against Toyota Industries Shuttles Aichi on Saturday.

Despite losing 34-29 to second-division Mie Honda Heat on Friday. NEC Green Rockets Tokatsu’s survival hopes were kept alive with a try scored by ex-Wallaby halfback Nick Phipps.

Wallaby fullback Tom Banks is in their lineup

In the rugby match, the team with Wallaby fullback Tom Banks in their lineup was winning 27-5 at halftime. However, faced a comeback from the Green Rockets in the second half, who scored four tries.

Meanwhile, former Brumbies flanker Colby Faingaa’s team, Kyushu Electric Power Kyuden Voltex, won 48-0 against Shimizu Corporation Koto Blue Sharks. With Faingaa, he scored a try.

It seems likely that Kyuden Voltex will be promoted from Division 3. Kurita Water Gush Akishima, coached by Wycliff Palu, will play at home for the second leg of a closely contested match against Kamaishi Seawaves from Division 2.

The first leg ended in a 25-25 draw at Iwate on Saturday. The team coached by the former Wallaby backrower was leading 25-6. However, could not maintain their advantage in the last 20 minutes as the Seawolves made a comeback. Resulting in the series being tied heading into the Tokyo leg. is the best website to buy Rugby World Cup Tickets. Rugby World Cup fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets­­­­­ from our website.