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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 United Kingdom 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 William Webb Eillis Cup, which is named after William Webb Ellis, 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 and by 2011 it reached 20 teams for the first time.

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2019 World Cup Preview

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is the ninth tournament and will be hosted by Japan, marking the country's first time to host a Rugby World Cup. Twelve venues have been chosen to host matches, including Oita Stadium, Kobe Misaki Stadium, City of Toyota Stadium and Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, among others.

Pool A

  • 1. Ireland
  • 2. Scotland
  • 3. Japan
  • 4. Romania
  • 5. Play-off winner

Pool A will feature a handful of teams that have only one combined placement in the semifinals ever, which was Scotland back in 1991. Ireland and Scotland have each made the quarterfinals six times but this could be the year that advance further.

Pool B

  • 1. New Zealand
  • 2. South Africa
  • 3. Italy
  • 4. Africa 1
  • 5. Repechage winner

Pool B might is easily the most top-heavy group in the tournament. New Zealand has won the last two Rugby World Cups and South Africa won the tournament preceding them. One of these powerhouses is guaranteed to go home empty handed.

Pool C

  • 1. England
  • 2. France
  • 3. Argentina
  • 4. United States
  • 5. Tonga

If there is any pool that does not have a clear favorite, it may be Pool C. While England is one of only four clubs to ever win the tournament, the other squads have made significant strides in recent years and could deliver a surprise outcome. France has also made the quarterfinals in all eight previous events.

Pool D

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

Pool D might be the one group with a clear favorite. Australia is one of the most decorated clubs in tournament history and fell just short of the championship in 2015. Wales has advanced to at least the quarterfinals in the past two events and could be the biggest challenger.


World Cup Event Guide

What are the dates for the 2019 Rugby World Cup?

The opening match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan will be played on Friday, September 20, 2019, at Tokyo Stadium. There will be 48 fixtures played in the tournament. The Rugby World Cup final will be played on Saturday, November 2, 2019, at International Stadium Yokohama.

What cities in Japan are hosting the 2019 Rugby World Cup?

Twelve cities accross Japan will host games at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Host cities include Sapporo, Kamaishi, Kumagaya, Tokyo, Yokohama, Shizuoka, Toyota, Higashiosaka, Kobe, Fukuoka, Kumamoto and Oita.

What venues are hosting Rugby World Cup games?

There are 12 host stadiums for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Listed in order of capacity: International Stadium Yokohama (Yokohama - 72,327), Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa (Shizuoka - 50,889), Tokyo Stadium (Tokyo - 49,970), City of Toyota Stadium (Toyota - 45,000), Sapporo Dome (Sapporo - 41,410), Oita Stadium (Oita - 40,000), Kumamoto Stadium (Kumamoto - 32,000), Kobe Misaki Stadium (Kobe - 30,132), Hanazono Rugby Stadium (Higashiosaka - 30,000), Kumagaya Rugby Stadium (Kumagaya - 24,000), Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium (Fukuoka - 22,563), Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium (Kamaishi - 16,187).

Which is the largest stadium at the 2019 World Cup in Japan?

With a capacity of 72,327 fans, International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama is the largest stadium at the 2019 Rugby World Cup and will host both semifinal matches as well as the final match.