Rugby World Cup 

Welcome to our World Cup page where you can get all the latest news on the 2021 and 2023 tournaments.

Rugby World Cup 2021

The women’s competition was due to kick off on Saturday 18 September and run until Saturday 16 October 2021, but it has now been postponed until 2022 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

When it is played next year, the hosts and reigning champions New Zealand will be aiming to win their sixth title.

Their fiercest competition is likely to come from two-time winners England, who have dominated northern hemisphere rugby.

RWC 2021 Postponement: The details and reaction to the tournament being rescheduled for 2022.

RWC 2021 Qualification Process: Find out how teams can book a place at the tournament.

RWC 2021 Pools: Who will play who in the group stages.

Rugby World Cup 2023

The next men’s tournament will take place in September and October 2023 in France.

RWC 2023 Dates: The tournament is scheduled to start on the 8 September and finish on the 28 October.

RWC 2023 Fixtures: Take a look at the list of fixtures that will make up the group and knockout stages for the 2023 World Cup.

RWC 2023 Qualification Process: Find out how teams can book a place at the tournament.

RWC 2023 Pools: Who will play who in the group stages.

RWC 2023 Tickets: Details on when tickets will go on sale and how to buy them.

Rugby World Cup

The Stade de France will be a stadium used at the 2023 tournament (Getty Images)

Rugby World Cup History

Winners

Greatest Players

Greatest Tries

Greatest Moments

Greatest Shocks

Greatest Kits

RWC 2019 Team Guides:

Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia, Samoa

New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada

England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga

Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay

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