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Official fixtures and results page for Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.
The Rugby World Cup 2023 fixtures in France run until Saturday 28 October. And like the incredible opening game on 8 September, the final will be held at ...
Rugby World Cup Fixtures: The France 2023 match schedule, including all the dates and venues for the next men's Rugby World Cup
4 days ago · The Rugby World Cup will be hosted by France in the Autumn of 2023. South Africa are the holders, England made the 2019 final and France will be ...
France will host the 10th edition of the Men's Rugby World Cup as 20 nations compete for the Webb Ellis trophy between September 8 and October 28.
23 minutes ago · Your guide to the 2023 Rugby World Cup, with South Africa and England victorious on Sunday.
Your guide to the 2023 Rugby World Cup, with South Africa and England victorious on Sunday
All the latest rugby fixtures and results for men's and women's 15s and Sevens international matches and tournaments worldwide, with team lists and player ...
All the latest rugby fixtures and results for men's and women's 15s and Sevens international matches and tournaments worldwide, with team lists and player scoring information.
RUGBY WORLD CUPFixtures & Results · Saturday, 14 October 2023 · Sunday, 15 October 2023 · Friday, 20 October 2023 · Saturday, 21 October 2023 · Friday, 27 October ...
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Stay up to date with the full schedule of 2023 World Cup events, stats and live updates. Make Eurosport your go-to source for all of the latest Rugby Union ...
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The 2023 Rugby World Cup got under way on 8 September with France taking on New Zealand in a mouth-watering curtain-raiser in Paris.
Every game of the Rugby World Cup after hosts France kicked off the tournament against favourites New Zealand in Paris
France hosts the men's Rugby World Cup from September 8 to October 28, with title holders South Africa and 19 other nations vying to lift the Webb Ellis Cup.
France hosts the men’s Rugby World Cup from September 8 to October 28, with title holders South Africa and 19 other nations vying to lift the Webb Ellis Cup. The tournament’s 48 matches will be held…
Bryan Habana & Jonah Lomu share the record for the most tries (15) in Rugby World Cups, and share the record for most tries in a single World Cup tournament (8) with Julian Savea (below).How many rugby World Cups have we won? ›
Four countries have won the trophy; New Zealand and South Africa three times, Australia twice, and England once.Which cup is given to the winners of the Rugby World Cup Championship? ›
The Webb Ellis Cup – the trophy presented to the winners of the men's Rugby World Cup – was made in 1906 by Garrad and Co. and is based on a design from 1736 by the world-famous silversmith Paul de Lamerie.How many teams go through in Rugby World Cup? ›
A total of 20 teams have qualified for this year's Rugby World Cup and they will compete in four pools of five teams each. Many of the nations competing are tournament regulars.Has there ever been a 0 0 rugby game? ›
1871 Scotland versus England rugby union match.What is the biggest defeat in rugby history? ›
Namibia – 142 points (142-0 to Australia, 2003 Australia World Cup)What is the best rugby team in history? ›
1 - Best Rugby Team Of All Time: British & Irish Lions (1971) To this day, the 1971 squad are the only Lions team to triumph in New Zealand. Wales were the dominant force in rugby at the time and this squad was built around their star men.Which country has won the most rugby tournaments? ›
England and Wales have won the championship the most times, both with 39 titles, but England have won the most outright titles with 29 (28 for Wales). Since the Six Nations era started in 2000, only Italy and Scotland have failed to win the Six Nations title.Who are the bookies favorite to win the Rugby World Cup? ›
The bookies make holders South Africa favourites for the 2023 Rugby World Cup at 3/1 ahead of Saturday's pivotal Pool B match against Ireland.Who has won the Rugby World Cup in history? ›
- 1987 – New Zealand 29-9 France.
- 1991 – Australia 12-6 England.
- 1995 – South Africa 15-12 New Zealand (aet)
- 1999 – Australia 35-12 France.
- 2003 – England 20-17 Australia (aet)
- 2007 – South Africa 15-6 England.
- 2011 – New Zealand 8-7 France.
- 2015 – New Zealand 34-17 Australia.
The Ireland national rugby union team have played all nine Rugby World Cup tournaments. They have played in the quarter-finals at all but two tournaments, but have yet to progress to the semi-finals.How is the Rugby World Cup tournament structure? ›
What is the Rugby World Cup's format? The 20 teams were drawn into four pools of five nations. The top two in each pool will advance to the knockout rounds. The competition then moves onto the quarterfinals, semifinals and final.Who are the favourites to win the 2023 Rugby World Cup? ›
- South Africa. The 2019 Rugby World Cup winners South Africa are the favourites to win the 2023 Rugby World Cup at odds of 3/1. ...
- France. The second favourites for the 2023 Rugby World Cup are tournament hosts France at odds of 10/3. ...
- Ireland. ...
- England. ...
- Australia. ...
There are four sides that sit clear of the rest based on our predictions, and there is almost nothing to split them. Triple champions New Zealand were our favourites before their drubbing by South Africa in their final warm-up game. That honour now sits with Ireland.Which player has the maximum tries in the Championship? ›
Given he spent a career stacking up Six Nations records, it perhaps should come as no surprise to hear that Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll has scored more tries than anyone in the Championship's history.What is the world record for the most rugby passes in an hour? ›
The most rugby passes in one hour by a pair is 2,608 and was achieved by Shane Scanlon and James Crean (both Ireland) in Annascaul, Kerry, Ireland, on 13 March 2021.Who has scored the most tries for the All Blacks? ›
The record for most Test points by an All Black is held by Dan Carter, who scored 1598 points between 2003 and 2015. The record for the number of Test tries is held by Doug Howlett, who scored 49 tries in 62 matches between 2000 and 2007.What is the Guinness World Record biggest rugby ball? ›
The largest rugby ball measures 5.98 m (19 ft 7 in) in length and 3.70 m (12 ft 2 in) in diameter, achieved by Aramis Rugby Ltd (UK) in South Molton, Devon, UK, on 15 September 2019. The massive rugby ball weighs 130 kg when fully inflated!