Where is Rugby World Cup 2023? Dates and venue for next Rugby World Cup

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Rugby World Cup 2019 has come to a conclusion but when and where is the next tournament?

Rugby World Cup 2019 was staged in Japan and it served up another thrilling tournament.

England and South Africa fought their way through the pool phase and knockout stage to book their spots in the final.

It was a hard-fought clash but the Springboks proved too strong in the end, claiming a comfortable 32-12 victory over Eddie Jones’ side.

There are another four years before the next tournament and Express Sport has rounded up everything you need to know for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

Where is Rugby World Cup 2023?

The next tournament will be staged in France.

France also hosted the 2007 World Cup, but some of the games were played in Wales and Scotland.

The country beat off rival bids from South Africa and Ireland.

World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont said: “I am delighted for France. They have run a World Cup before and I think it will be an exciting World Cup.

“We feel for the first time that within World Rugby we have put the results of our evaluation out to the general public.”

When is Rugby World Cup 2023?

The tournament will be played from September 3 to October 21.

Rugby World Cup 2023 venues

Bordeaux: Matmut Atlantique (42,000 capacity)

Lille: Stade Pierre-Mauroy (50,000 capacity)

Lyon: Parc OL (59,000 capacity)

Marseille: Orange Vélodrome (67,000 capacity)

Nantes: Stade de la Beaujoire (37,500 capacity)

Nice: Allianz Riviera (35,000 capacity)

Saint-Denis (Paris): Stade de France (80,000 capacity)

Saint-Etienne: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard (42,000 capacity)

Toulouse: Stadium de Toulouse (33,000 capacity)

Where is Rugby World Cup 2023?

When is Rugby World Cup 2023?

Rugby World Cup 2023 venues

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