Rugby World Cup 2023

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Rugby World Cup 2023 Guide

Four years ago, South Africa eased past England to win the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan and, in the process, equalled the All Blacks by securing their third title.

Now it's France's turn to host the prestigious tournament, and millions will flock to the country to get their taste of the action, from the opening match between France and New Zealand at the Stade de France on the 8th of September to the final some six weeks later on October 28th.

The following countries will be taking part in the 2023 Rugby World Cup and details of the pool phase.

Nations Taking Part at the Rugby World Cup 2023

Pool A

  • New Zealand
  • France
  • Italy
  • Uruguay
  • Namibia

Pool B

  • South Africa
  • Ireland
  • Scotland
  • Tonga
  • Romania

Pool C

  • Wales
  • Australia
  • Fiji
  • Georgia
  • Portugal

Pool D

  • England
  • Japan
  • Argentina
  • Samoa
  • Chile

The 2023 Rugby World Cup is the tenth edition of the tournament and will take place in September and October 2023. The tournament kicks off with France vs New Zealand, a match that is of huge interest due to the respective size of the two Rugby Union superpowers.

England Rugby

The opening weekend of the tournament also sees the 2019 runner-up England take on Argentina, a match that will be of great interest to fans of the nation who will be looking to purchase tickets and hotel accommodation for all their matches, which will be dictated by whether they finish top of their pool or in a runner up pool position.

Scotland and Wales

Fans of Scotland will be very keen to get their hands on tickets for their opener against South Africa, which takes place in Marseille, whereas Wales start with an easier clash against Fiji in Bordeaux.

Ireland Face Tough Group

Andy Farrell's Ireland face two mammoth clashes against South Africa and Scotland, and there will be an epic fight between the three nations as they seek to take the two spots that will secure passage to the knockout phase.

Rugby World Cup 2023 How it Works

There are four groups of five teams from the outset, and the teams that finish in the top two places will secure a place in the quarter-final stage, which is scheduled for October 14th and 15th.

The Semi-finals then take place on the 20th and 21st of October and the final on the 28th of October, with the perfunctory Bronze final being played on the 27th of October.

The organizers of the World Cup have cleverly scheduled matches for Wednesday to Sunday to maximize attendance, and each city will see double-header weekends to help really build up the atmosphere across the country.

Rugby World Cup 2023 Stadiums

Paris is very much the host city for the Rugby World Cup, but there are a total of nine cities that will be hosting games from the pool phases to the knockout phase, and details of the stadiums are below.


Paris - Pride of Place

Paris's Stade de France will host most of the key pool phase matches as well as both semi-final games and, of course, the Rugby World Cup final. That will make tickets for the prized venue, which has by far the largest capacity, particularly prized assets, and SeatPick can help get you there, cheering your nation on to glory!

Rugby World Cup 2023 - Who Will Win?

Having won the Six Nations in impressive fashion, Fabien Galthie's France are the major favourites to lift the Rugby World Cup trophy at the Stade de France. New Zealand, always a force to be reckoned with, are the next nation when it comes to the likely winners, and they are then closely followed by the likes of South Africa, England, Ireland, and Australia.

Frequently Asked Questions about Rugby World Cup 2023 tickets

How Can I Buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets?

The easiest, fastest, and most inexpensive way to get tickets for the Rugby World Cup is by using SeatPick's platform. We only work with trusted resellers, and that means the access we offer fans is safe and secure. The sale of tickets via SeatPick is competitive in terms of cost, as you can secure seats at any of the matches at prices that suit your budget.

If this is the first time you've used our service, you'll note that you can easily search for the game of your choice as well as make use of our interactive seating maps that show you where in each stadium you'll be positioned.

As the entire tournament's schedule has been announced far in advance, you can book your trip ahead of time and finally get to see the Rugby World Cup in the flesh.

Are There Still Rugby World Cup 2023 tickets available?

Yes, there are plenty available via SeatPick. The match schedule for the tournament has already been released, and the booking process is underway, and the time is right to buy your tickets and set up any potential travel packages you may have to arrange.

How Much Are Tickets to the 2023 Rugby World Cup?

The cost of Rugby World Cup tickets varies according to the venue and the teams that are taking part. If you are looking for tickets to see France and New Zealand begin the tournament at the Stade de France, then the cost will obviously be higher than for a 'lesser' game between, for instance, Japan and Samoa.

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