The Rugby World Cup is one of the most highly anticipated sporting events of the year. Held every four years, it is a global event featuring teams from all over the world competing for the ultimate prize: the Webb Ellis Cup. The tournament takes place over a period of six weeks and culminates in a final match between the two best performing teams. The 2023 Rugby World Cup schedule has now been announced, and with it comes all sorts of questions about when particular matches will take place. In this blog post, we will answer some of the most commonly asked questions about the Rugby World Cup schedule, including on what date match start!
Rugby World Cup Schedule 2023
The following is the full Rugby World Cup Schedule for 2023. The competition will be held in France from September 8 to October 23.
Match Dates for Rugby World Cup 2023
The Rugby World Cup is scheduled to begin on September 8, 2023.
How to watch Rugby World Cup matches?
Watching Rugby World Cup matches can be a lot of fun, as the matches are exciting and full of action. But knowing when the matches will actually start can be difficult. Luckily, we have the complete Rugby World Cup schedule for you to check out.
The Group Stage Matches of the tournament will take place in France from September 8-October 8. The Knock out round will be play from 14 October. Final Match to be played on 28 October.
You can watch all of the Rugby World Cup matches live below channels.
France – TF1 Group
Netherlands – Ziggo Sport
South Africa – SuperSport
United Kingdom – ITV
United States – NBC Sports
Australia – Stan Sport (all matches) and Nine Network (all Australia matches and the final)
Italy – RAI and Sky Sport Italia
New Zealand Sky Sport (New Zealand)
Tenth edition of the Men’s Rugby world cup schedule to begin from the 8th September. its also known as Coupe du monde de rugby 2023
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