Rugby World Cup 2023: Calendar and full results of the competition

Rugby World Cup 2023: Calendar and full results of the competition

France will host the 2023 Rugby World Cup until Saturday, October 28, with the presence of the fifteenth French team from Group A. Here is the full calendar and results for the competition.

Friday 8 September

France-New Zealand: 27-13

Saturday 9 September

Italy– Namibia: 52-8
Ireland-Romania: 82-8
England– Argentina: 27-10

Sunday 10 September

Japan-Chile: 42-12
South Africa-Scotland: 18-3
Gaul-Fiji: 32-26

Thursday 14 September

France– Uruguay: 27-12

Friday 15 September

New Zealand– Namibia: 71-3

Saturday 16 September

Samoa-Chile: 43-10
Gaul– Portugal: 28-8
Ireland-Tonga: 59-16

Sunday 17 September

South Africa– Romania: 76-0

Australia-Fiji : 15-22
England-Japan: 34-12

Wednesday 20 September

5.45 pm: Italy – Uruguay in Nice

Thursday 21 September

9 pm: France – Namibia in Marseille

Friday 22 September

5.45 pm: Argentina – Samoa in Saint-Etienne

Saturday 23 September

Two o’clock in the afternoon: Georgia – Portugal in Toulouse

5.45pm: England and Chile in Lille

9 pm: South Africa – Ireland in Saint-Denis

Sunday 24 September

5.45pm: Scotland – Tonga in Nice

9pm: Wales – Australia in Lyon

Wednesday 27 September

5.45 pm: Uruguay – Namibia in Lyon

Thursday 28 September

9 pm: Japan – Samoa in Toulouse

Friday 29 September

9 pm: New Zealand – Italy in Lyon

Saturday 30 September

Three o’clock in the afternoon: Argentina – Chile in Nantes

5.45 pm: Fiji – Georgia in Bordeaux

9pm: Scotland – Romania in Lille

Sunday 1any October

5.45 pm: Australia – Portugal in Saint-Etienne

9 pm: South Africa – Tonga in Marseille

Thursday 5 October

9 pm: New Zealand – Uruguay in Leon

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Friday 6 October

9pm: France and Italy in Lyon

Saturday 7 October

Three o’clock in the afternoon: Wales – Georgia in Nantes

5.45pm: England – Samoa in Lille

9 pm: Ireland – Scotland in Saint-Denis

Sunday 8 October

One o’clock in the afternoon: Japan – Argentina in Nantes

5.45 pm: Tonga – Romania in Lille

9 pm: Fiji – Portugal in Toulouse

Saturday 14 October

5 p.m.: Quarter-final 1 (first in Group C vs. second in Group D) in Marseille

9pm: Quarter-final 2 (first in Group B vs second in Group A) in Saint-Denis

Sunday 15 October

5 p.m.: Quarter-final 3 (first in Group D vs. second in Group C) in Marseille

9pm: Quarter-final 4 (first in Group A vs second in Group B) in Saint-Denis

Friday, October 20

9pm: Semi-final 1 (winner of quarter-final 1 vs winner of quarter-final 2) in Saint-Denis

Saturday 21 October

9pm: Semi-final 2 (winner of quarter-final 3 vs winner of quarter-final 4) in Saint-Denis

Friday 27 October

9pm: Match for 3H Place in Saint-Denis

Saturday 28 October

9pm: Final in Saint-Denis

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