The 2023 Rugby World Cup took an exciting step towards achieving a result when announcing the tournament schedule on Friday. Fans around the world will be busy checking the playing list for their team’s schedule, and several matches are being played in France 2023. The fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 tickets France from Eticketing at discounted prices.

NEW ZEALAND V FRANCE, POOL A, STADE DE FRANCE, 8 SEPTEMBER

The 2023 Rugby World Cup begins in style and the hosts are All Blacks title in the opening round at the Stade de France. Both teams have extensive experience in shared tournaments and have met seven times so far at the Rugby World Cup.

The teams’ first meeting came in 1987 at the RWC Finals at Eden Park, which New Zealand won 29-9, while the two countries returned to the famous stadium for the 2011 RWC summit, with the All Blacks winning again 8-7. But perhaps the most exciting match between the teams came in RWC’s semi-final in 1999, when Les Bleus overturned a 24-10 deficit to win 43-31 at Twickenham. New Zealand Rugby World Cup fans can buy New Zealand VS France tickets 2023 from our website.

ARGENTINA V ENGLAND, POOL D, STADE VÉLODROME, 9 SEPTEMBER

The 2019 RWC finalists England take on Argentina in Marseille’s sensational second chance in 2023. The Los Pumas have not reached the quarter-finals in Japan for the first time in 16 years and Mario Ladesma’s team will want to show that it was just hiccups. Fans can buy Rugby World Cup France tickets from eticketing.

However, only two from Argentina, England and Japan will be able to progress to the last eight, which places huge importance on the matches between the three teams. Whoever wins this meeting in the south of France will take a big step towards qualifying for the knockout stage.

England VS Argentina has met three times so far at the England, the first time they have won. The last meeting between the sides took place in Pool C RWC 2019. For England VS Argentina tickets visit our website.

JAPAN V ENGLAND, POOL D, STADE DE NICE, 17 SEPTEMBER

The second Group D match in England and Coach Eddie Jones will no doubt be circling on their schedule, against Japan in Nice. Jones led the Brave Blossoms to 3 wins at RWC 2015, including Brighton’s miracle against South Africa.

This progress continued under his successor Jamie Joseph and Japan will be confident he is of sufficient quality to emerge from his pool for the second consecutive England Rugby World Cup. However, should England beat Argentina in the opening match of France 2023; Jones’ side will have a chance to seal their progress, with matches against qualifiers Oceania 1 and Americas 2 to follow. Japan VS England tickets are available on our website at exclusive discount price.

IRELAND V SOUTH AFRICA, POOL B, STADE DE FRANCE, 23 SEPTEMBER

Defending champion South Africa begin their 2023 RWC campaign against Scotland on the opening weekend and, regardless of the result in Marseille, many will be ridden 13 days later on the Springboks’ date with Ireland. All three teams will have ambitions that go beyond the pool stage, which is particularly important for the games between them.

Another win on the outskirts of Paris could give them the whip hand within the battle for top B. Ireland, meanwhile, will know that their fate at RWC 2023 Ireland VS South Africa should still be in their hands, regardless of the outcome against South Africa, as they face Scotland on the final weekend of the pool stage.

AUSTRALIA V WALES, POOL C, PARC OL, 24 SEPTEMBER

Lyon will host one of the most common Rugby World Cup matches on the third Sunday of the tournament. Wales VS Australia have won four of the last five Rugby World Cups in the same pool, including France 2023, and also faced each other in the 2011 bronze medal final in New Zealand.

Australia beat Wales in Cardiff in 2007 and twickenham in 2015 on their way to winning the pool, while the Wallabies also won the 2011 RWC bronze final. Wales ended this season’s tournament defeats in Japan by beating Australia at Tokyo Stadium to reach the top of Pool D at RWC 2019.

SCOTLAND V IRELAND, POOL B, STADE DE FRANCE, 7 OCTOBER

Ireland returns to Paris on the final Saturday of the pool stage with more than six nations boasting rights to be available. If European sides do not beat both South Africans or beat Asia-Pacific Qualifiers 1 or Europe 2 earlier in the tournament, a place in the quarter-finals at the Stade de France will be at stake.

For France 2023, the sides met twice at the Rugby World Cup. The last meeting came in Pool A at RWC 2019, when tries from James Ryan, Rory Best, Tadhg Furlong and Andrew Conway confirmed Ireland’s 27-3 wins at Yokohama. Scotland VS Ireland tickets are also go on sell for RWC 2023.

ARGENTINA V JAPAN, POOL D, STADE DE LA BEAUJOIRE, 8 OCTOBER

When Japan became the first Asian side to reach the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup at RWC 2019, Argentina watched England and France advance from Pool C. Hosts Japan booked their place in the last eight with an impressive win over Scotland in their last Group A match, but neither Brave Blossoms nor Los Pumas will want to leave France so late.

When Japan became the first Asian side to reach the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup at RWC 2019, Argentina saw England and France advance from Pool C. Hosts Japan booked their place in the last eight with an impressive win over Scotland in their last Group A match.

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