The Rugby World Cup will be hosted in France this year starting on the 8th September 2023 as the All Blacks take on host nation France at the Stade de France in Paris. The venue which will host both semi-finals and the final on Saturday October 28th.
There will be 8 other venues that matches will be held in such as Marseille, Lyon, Lille, Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne, Nice, Nantes and Toulouse.
The anticipation is high for this year’s Rugby world cup as holders South Africa are looking to retain their title amongst a pool of spectacular Rugby teams.
As the Summer internationals and final preparations are ending, we look forward to hearing team news, international debutants, and injury concerns.
Join us and support your team whilst enjoying the vibrant atmosphere!
View our live showings for the Rugby World Cup below:
Johnnie Fox’s live Rugby World Cup Schedule:
Friday the 8th of September – France Vs All Blacks @12pm
Saturday the 9th of September – England Vs Argentina @12pm
Sunday the 10th of September – Wales Vs Fiji @12pm
Thursday the 14th of September – France Vs Uruguay @12pm
Friday the 15th of September – All Blacks vs Namibia @12pm
Saturday the 16th of September – Ireland Vs Tonga @12pm
Sunday the 17th of September – England Vs Japan @12pm
Thursday the 21st of September – France Vs Namibia @12pm
Saturday the 23rd of September – South Africa Vs Ireland @12pm
Sunday the 24th of September – Wales Vs Wallabies @12pm
Thursday the 28th of September – Japan Vs Samoa @12pm
Friday the 29th of September – All Blacks Vs Italy @12pm
Saturday the 30th of September – Scotland Vs Romania @12pm
Sunday the 1st of October – South Africa Vs Tonga @12pm
Thursday the 5th of October – All Blacks Vs Uruguay @12pm
Friday the 6th of October – France Vs Italy @12pm
Saturday the 7th of October – Ireland Vs Scotland @12pm
Sunday the 8th of October – Fiji Vs Portugal @12pm