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The Rugby World Cup is one of the premier international sporting events in the world. First contested in 1987, the Rugby World Cup is held every four years. The 1987 and 1991 editions of the Rugby World Cup were hosted by multiple nations. In 1987, Australia and New Zealand co-hosted the event and in 1991, the tournament games were played in the UK and France. Every year since 1991 the Rugby World Cup has been hosted by a single nation. The Rugby World Cup Champion is awarded the Webb Eillis Cup which is named after William Webb Ellis, who is often credited with inventing the game of Rugby. The size and scope of the Rugby World Cup has been on the rise since its inception. In 1987, 16 countries competed in the event. By 2011 the world cup had expanded to include 20 teams, with increased interest from countries in Africa, South America, and Eastern Europe.

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The 2015 Rugby World Cup is the eighth Rugby World cup and will be hosted by England. 2015 will be the first time that England has hosted a Rugby World Cup match since 1991, and will be the first year that all of the matches will be played in England and Wales. A number of historic stadiums will host matches at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, including Olympic Stadium, Wembley Stadium, and Twickenham Stadium in London, as well as Manchester City Stadium, Millenium Stadium, Villa Park, and St. James Park.

Pool A

  • 1. England
  • 2. Australia
  • 3. Wales
  • 4. Fiji
  • 5. Uruguay

Pool A at the 2015 Rugby World Cup is arguably the toughest group in the tournament. Host country England will be the slight favorite, but 2-time Rugby World Cup Champion Australia are one of the top threats to win the whole tournamnent. A darkhorse for the group is Wales, who have one of the toughest teams in the world in 2015 and are coming off a 4th place finish in the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

Pool B

  • 1. South Africa
  • 2. Scotland
  • 3. Samoa
  • 4. Japan
  • 5. United States

Pool B might be the most unpredictable pool at the 2015 Rugby World Cup. South Africa is clearly the favorite to win the pool, but Japan, Samoa, Scotland and the USA are all capable of stepping up and playing elite level rugby. While some might consider Pool B to be South Africa and everyone else, don't be surprised if this group ends up being one of the most competitive at the tournament.

Pool C

  • 1. New Zealand
  • 2. Argentina
  • 3. Tonga
  • 4. Georgia
  • 5. Nambia

If there is any pool that seems to be already decided, it is Pool C. The number 1 ranked and defending World Cup Champion New Zealand All Blacks are clearly the favorite to win this group. Argentina has made significant strides in Rugby over the last decade and will be another team to watch in Pool C.

Pool D

  • 1. Ireland
  • 2. France
  • 3. Italy
  • 4. Romania
  • 5. Canada

Pool D might be the most interesting pool of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. It is the only group to not include a former Rugby World Cup Winner and has 3 teams ranked in the top 15 in the world. Ireland will be the favorite coming in, but will have tough competition from very good French and Italian Rugby Teams.

 
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What are the dates for the 2015 Rugby World Cup?

The opening match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England will be played on Friday September 18th, 2015 in London. There will be 48 fixtures played in the tournament. The Rugby World Cup final will be played on Saturday October 31, 2015 at Twickenham Stadium in London.

What cities in England are hosting the 2015 Rugby World Cup?

11 cities accross England and Wales will host games at the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Host cities include London, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Leeds, Leicester, Gloucester, Exeter, Milton Keynes, and Brighton

What venues are hosting Rugby World Cup games?

There are 13 host stadiums for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Listed in order of capacity: Wembley Stadium (London 90,000), Twickenham (London 82,000), Millenium stadium (Cardiff 74,500), Manchester City Stadium (Manchester 56,000), Olympic Stadium (London 54,000), St. James' Park (Newcastle 52,387), Villa Park (Birmingham 42,788), Elland Road (Leeds 37,900), Leicester City Stadium (Leicester 32,262), Brighton Community Stadium (Brighton 30,750), Stadium MK (Milton Keynes 30,500), Kingsholm Stadium (Gloucester 16,500), and Sandy Park (Exeter 12,500)

Which is the largest stadium at the 2015 World Cup in England?

With a capacity of 90,000 fans, Wembley Stadium in London is the largest stadium at the 2015 Rugby World Cup. But Twwickenham Stadium in London will host the semi-final and final fixture at the tournament.

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