Men’s Rugby Union – The men’s Six Nations championship, which will take place in February and March 2023, will be the focus of European Test rugby union. The games, which will feature England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales, will be spread out over five rounds on February 4-5, February 11–12, February 25–26, February 11–12, and March 18–18. France won the grand slam and the title in 2022.
The focus of European Test rugby union will be the men’s Six Nations championship, which will occur in February and March 2023. England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales will compete in the games, which will take place over five rounds on February 4-5, February 11–12, February 25–26, February 11–12, and March 18–18. In 2022, France won the grand slam and the championship. The 2023 Six Nations competition will be very important in the run-up to the September and October men’s World Cup.
Men’s Rugby Union 2023
The men’s 2023 Rugby World Cup in France will begin in exactly one year from now, according to official records. On Friday, September 8, Les Bleus will play host to the All Blacks at Stade de France in the tournament’s first game. Australia and New Zealand co-hosted the first Rugby World Cup. In the table below, click on the year to view additional information on each event. In 2023, France will serve as the host nation. The 2023 Rugby World Cup will run from September 8 through October 28, 2023. The opening match between the host nation France and the formidable New Zealand sets off the frenzy.
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Rugby Union 2023 Details
|Event Name||Men’s Rugby Union|
|Start Date||8 September, 28 October, 2023|
|Venue||Stade de France|
Rugby World Cup About 2023
From September 8 to October 28, 2023, France will host the Rugby World Cup, with games taking place in nine different locations throughout the ten host cities. RWC 2023 will be a major rugby event that sets new benchmarks for social responsibility, inclusion, and sustainability, focusing on four key pillars for the tournament’s legacy: acting for sustainability and circular economy, supporting education, training, and employment, respecting and protecting the environment, and promoting inclusivity by being a champion for gender equality.
Rugby World Cup 2023 will feature 20 teams, 48 matches spread over 51 days, 48 teams that qualified directly by placing in the top three of their group at Japan 2019, and 8 teams who qualified through a worldwide qualification process.
Men’s Rugby Union 2023 Fixtures
From Friday, September 8, through Saturday, October 28, 2023, France will play host to the Rugby World Cup. In the 2019 final in Japan, South Africa defeated England 32–12 to retain their title. In the Rugby Africa Cup final in Aix-en-Provence, Namibia defeated Kenya 36-0 to earn a spot at a seventh straight World Cup. They enter Pool A and take a seat. After defeating the USA over two legs to earn the final position and the Americas Two qualification, Chile will play in their first-ever Rugby World Cup.
Tonga finished defeating Hong Kong 44-22 in the Asia Pacific One play off to complete. There is only one open spot for RWC 2023. The Final Qualification Tournament, which will feature Hong Kong, Kenya, Portugal, and the USA and take place in late 2022, will determine the winner.
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Rugby Union 2023 Schedule
|POOL||DATE||TEAM 1||TEAM 2||VENUE|
|A||2023-Sep-08||France||v||New Zealand||Stade de France, Saint-Denis|
|A||2023-Sep-09||Italy||v||Africa 1||Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne|
|B||2023-Sep-09||Ireland||v||Europe 2||Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux|
|C||2023-Sep-09||Australia||v||Europe 1||Stade de France, Saint-Denis|
|D||2023-Sep-09||England||v||Argentina||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|B||2023-Sep-10||South Africa||v||Scotland||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|C||2023-Sep-10||Wales||v||Fiji||Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux|
|D||2023-Sep-10||Japan||v||Americas 2||Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse|
|A||2023-Sep-14||France||v||Americas 1||Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille|
|A||2023-Sep-15||New Zealand||v||Africa 1||Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse|
|B||2023-Sep-16||Ireland||v||Asia/Pacific 1||Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes|
|C||2023-Sep-16||Wales||v||Final Qualifier Winner||Stade de Nice, Nice|
|D||2023-Sep-16||Oceania 1||v||Americas 2||Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux|
|B||2023-Sep-17||South Africa||v||Europe 2||Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux|
|C||2023-Sep-17||Australia||v||Fiji||Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne|
|D||2023-Sep-17||England||v||Japan||Stade de Nice, Nice|
|A||2023-Sep-20||Italy||v||Americas 1||Stade de Nice, Nice|
|A||2023-Sep-21||France||v||Africa 1||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|D||2023-Sep-22||Argentina||v||Oceania 1||Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne|
|B||2023-Sep-23||South Africa||v||Ireland||Stade de France, Saint-Denis|
|C||2023-Sep-23||Europe 1||v||Final Qualifier Winner||Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse|
|D||2023-Sep-23||England||v||Americas 2||Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille|
|B||2023-Sep-24||Scotland||v||Asia/Pacific 1||Stade de Nice, Nice|
|C||2023-Sep-24||Wales||v||Australia||Parc OL, Lyon|
|A||2023-Sep-27||Americas 1||v||Africa 1||Parc OL, Lyon|
|D||2023-Sep-28||Japan||v||Oceania 1||Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse|
|A||2023-Sep-29||New Zealand||v||Italy||Parc OL, Lyon|
|B||2023-Sep-30||Scotland||v||Europe 2||Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille|
|C||2023-Sep-30||Fiji||v||Europe 1||Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux|
|D||2023-Sep-30||Argentina||v||Americas 2||Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes|
|B||2023-Oct-01||South Africa||v||Asia/Pacific 1||Stade Vélodrome, Marseille|
|C||2023-Oct-01||Australia||v||Final Qualifier Winner||Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Étienne|
|A||2023-Oct-05||New Zealand||v||Americas 1||Parc OL, Lyon|
|A||2023-Oct-06||France||v||Italy||Parc OL, Lyon|
|B||2023-Oct-07||Ireland||v||Scotland||Stade de France, Saint-Denis|
|C||2023-Oct-07||Wales||v||Europe 1||Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes|
|D||2023-Oct-07||England||v||Oceania 1||Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille|
|B||2023-Oct-08||Asia/Pacific 1||v||Europe 2||Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille|
|C||2023-Oct-08||Fiji||v||Final Qualifier Winner||Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse|
|D||2023-Oct-08||Japan||v||Argentina||Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes|
Men’s Rugby Union 2023 Rankings
- 1) Ireland
- 2) France
- 3) South Africa
- 4) New Zealand
- 5) England
- 6) Argentina
- 7) Scotland
- 8) Australia
- 9) Wales
- 10) Japan.
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Rugby World Cup 2023 groups
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- Asia/Pacific 1
- Final qualifier winner
- Americas 2
Men’s Rugby Union Background
The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be held in France from 8 September to 28 October, with games taking place in nine different locations throughout the ten host cities.
The Rugby World Cup will be held in 2023, the 200th anniversary of William Webb Ellis, a student at Rugby School, who is credited with creating rugby football by collecting the ball and running with it in 1823 while displaying “a splendid disdain for the rules.” Rugby World Cup 2023, the pinnacle competition for men’s 15s, will include 20 teams and 48 games spread over 51 days.
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