The Rugby World Cup 2023 kicks off Friday 8 September and concludes Saturday 28 October, with the opening game and final held at Stade de France, Paris.
It’s shaping up to be a fascinating tournament, with Ireland (World No.1) hosts France (World Cup favourites) and New Zealand (three-time winners) all in good form and South Africa aiming to defend their title after beating England in the 2019 final in Japan.
Sat 09 Sept, England v Argentina, Marseille, KO 2000
Sun 17 Sept, England v Japan, Nice, KO 2000
Sat 23 Sept, England v Chile, Lille, KO 1645
Sat 07 Oct, England v Samoa, Lille, KO 1645
Sat 14 Oct, Quarter Final, Marseille KO 1600 / Paris KO 2000
Sun 15 Oct, Quarter Final, Marseille KO 1600 / Paris KO 2000
Fri 20 Oct, Semi Final, Paris, KO 2000
Sat 21 Oct, Semi Final, Paris, KO 2000
Fri 27 Oct, Bronze Final, Paris, KO 2000
Sat 28 Oct, Final, Paris, KO 2000