Fiji may have only reached the knockout stage twice in their history. But they have lit up every Rugby World Cup 2023 they have participated in. With their willingness to attack from deep and keep the ball alive. Fiji created some of the apt moments of the tournament. The RWC 2023 fans can Fiji Rugby World Cup tickets 2023 from our website at exclusively discounted prices.

Let’s look back on Fiji’s Rugby World Cup story.

Rugby World Cup debut: 24 May, 1987 v Argentina at Rugby Park, Hamilton

RWC appearances:  Won 11 Drawn 0 Lost 21 – Played 32 – Points for 732 Points against 971 – Win ratio 34 per cent

Most RWC appearances: Nicky Little, 14

Most RWC tries: Vereniki Goneva, 5

Best finish: Quarter-finals (1987, 2007)

Qualification for Rugby World Cup 2023: Third place in Pool D at RWC 2019

Most memorable match of Rugby World Cup

Undoubtedly Fiji’s best hour came at the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France, when they beat Wales 38-34 in Nantes. Martyn Williams’ 73rd-minute try looked to have won for Wales. But the save came in the unlikely form of prop Graham Dewes. Who drilled into his first and only Test to send Fiji into the quarter-finals.

Iconic moment

Fiji’s first-ever Rugby World Cup wins were all the more moving. Because they almost didn’t go to New Zealand in 1987. A military coup on the eve of the tournament called their participation in doubt. And the organizers had Western Samoa on edge. With such a chaotic accumulation, Fiji could not have had a better start than Hugo Porta’s 28-9 win over Argentina. For Fiji vs Wales Rugby World Cup tickets visit our website.

Low point

A 30-27 loss to Uruguay – the side ranked nine places below them. In the Men’s World Rugby Rankings – at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. A good second place is the 66-0 defeat to Wales at RWC in 2011. Four years after they beat the same opponents.

Iconic player

Rupeni Caucaunibuca. After scoring against France, Caucaunibuca returned from a two-match suspension in dramatic style. At the RWC in 2003 with a first-half brace against Scotland in Sydney. In a show of strength and pace. The mystery winger made his way down the left-hand line. Before adding another after a 70-meter run in which the Scottish defenders grabbed. The thins air and followed him behind them. “Give it to Caucau and he’s gone!” the match commentator shouted. Unfortunately for Fiji, they failed in Tom Smith’s attempt to settle the match 22-20 in Scotland’s favor. Fans can also buy Scotland Rugby World Cup tickets from eticketing.

Record-breaker

Vereniki Goneva became Fiji’s record holder at the Rugby World Cup. When he landed in his fifth tournament in the 2015 RWC defeat to Wales. His previous four came in one game – against Namibia at RWC 2011. Goneva has not been able to add to his tally in two appearances in Japan. But he is still his country’s best finisher at the Rugby World Cup.

Did you know?

Fiji has won the Rugby World Cup twice… Well, the seven varieties! In 1997 and 2005 they lifted the Melrose Cup in a shorter format of the sport.

“Being at the World Cup is a humiliating experience to see him play with so much strength, pace and guile,” says England head coach Eddie Jones after an excellent centre/wing performance against Wales at RWC 2019.

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