These are the All Blacks' venues and kick-off times in France
It’s already being suggested that France v New Zealand will be best World Cup opener ever. But there will be plenty more rugby to savour for the All Blacks in France too, during Rugby World Cup 2023.
The all Blacks should be a hot ticket, too. Not only will the opening round be explosive, but the side will be taking to rugby hotbeds like Toulouse and Lyon to play their pool matches. And they will hope to be spending a fair bit of time in Paris, throughout the tournament…
But where exactly will New Zealand play their matches and against whom? Below is a full list of their pool fixtures and where each game will be held. If you are a particularly big fan of the Kiwis, ring their dates on your calendar and make a point of tuning into the All Black action in France.
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All Blacks fixtures: Where New Zealand will play at World Cup in France
Fri 8 September
France v New Zealand, 8.15pm, Stade de France – Saint-Denis
Fri 15 September
New Zealand v Namibia, 8pm, Stadium de Toulouse – Toulouse
Fri 29 September
New Zealand v Italy, 8pm, Parc OL – Lyon
Thu 5 October
New Zealand v Uruguay, 8pm, Parc OL – Lyon
If New Zealand progress past the pool stage they will play their quarter-final at the Stade de France, in Paris in the area of Saint-Denis. Both the winner and runner-up of pool A will play their last eight match at the stadium.
Both semi-finals will be played at the Stade de France in Paris as well as the bronze final and the final.
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