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2023 Rugby World Cup: How to watch the match, the most recent news, and the odds.

In September of this year, nations from all over the world will compete for the Rugby World Cup 2023, which will be held in France.

South Africa defeated England in the final to win the previous tournament, which was held in Japan in 2019, and they will be among the favorites to win it again later this year.

However, a significant challenge from Europe is anticipated, particularly from the hosts, France, who are aiming for back-to-back Grand Slams in this year’s Six Nations, and Ireland, who have never played their best at a World Cup.

Is it there?

Nine stadiums in nine cities in France will host the Rugby World Cup 2023.

Stade de France, with a capacity of 80,698, is in Saint-Denis (Paris); Stade Velodrome, with a capacity of 67,394, is in Marseille; Parc Olympique Lyonnais, with a capacity of 59,186, is in Lyon; Stade Pierre-Mauroy, with a capacity of 50,186, is in Lille Nouveau; Stade de Bordeaux, with a capacity of 42,115, is in Bordeaux; St

The first match of the tournament will be played on September 8 between France and New Zealand. On Saturday, October 28, the final will take place.

How can I view it?

The exclusive rights to broadcast the Rugby World Cup in the UK have been granted to ITV. We will notify you of the specific channels for each tournament match as soon as they are made public by the broadcaster.

Twenty teams have been selected to participate in the Rugby World Cup. These have been divided into four pools of five teams, with one team from each of five “bands” selected for each pool.

The four teams with the highest rankings at the time of the tournament’s draw (South Africa, New Zealand, England, and Wales) were in Band 1. Band two included the next four teams with the highest rankings—Ireland, Australia, France, and Japan—while band three included the teams that came after them—Scotland, Argentina, Fiji, and Italy.

Due to their world ranking, each team in the first three bands was automatically entered into the tournament. The remaining two bands were made up of teams that had qualified (Samoa, Georgia, Uruguay, Tonga, Namibia, Romania, Chile, Portugal).

Who makes up which pool?

Pool A: New Zealand, France, Italy, Uruguay, Namibia, and Pool B: South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, and Tonga Play

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The former head of the organizing committee for the Rugby World Cup, Clause Atcher, has claimed that he was removed.

From his position as a result of a massive smear campaign. This is not good news for the Rugby World Cup.

The offices of the organizing committee were raided after French prosecutors “opened a preliminary investigation into charges.

of favoritism, influence peddling, corruption and any other related offence.” His dismissal came amid investigations into allegations that he presided over a “climate of terror.”

Not long after Atcher’s excusal, World Rugby’s bad habit executive and leader of the French Rugby Organization.

(FFR), Bernard Laporte, was seen as at fault for pay off and debasement, pushing one more cover over the competition.

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Thursday, Sept. 20 – Italy vs. Uruguay, Allianz Riviera, 4.45pm Thursday, Sept. 21 – France vs. Uruguay, Stade Pierre-Mauroy, 8pm Friday, Sept. 15 – New Zealand vs. Namibia, Stadium Municipal, 8pm Saturday, Sept. 16 – Samoa vs. Chile, Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux, 4.45pm Saturday, Sept. 16 – Wales vs. Portugal, Allianz Riviera, 4.

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