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Rugby World Cup 2019 (English)

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Rugby World Cup 2019 (English)

City of Toyota Stadium to hold Rugby World Cup 2019 TM

Rugby World Cup TM is considered one of the three great sporting events in the world, alongside the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup. The 2019 event, the first tournament to be held in Asia, will take place in Japan. The games of this commemorable tournament will be held in 12 stadiums across the country, and City of Toyota Stadium has been chosen as one of the hosts. Since Toyota City aims to make progress and develop as an international city, it is putting great effort into sending information to the world, activating the local towns, and internationalizing the city, and, in collaboration with the citizens, is hosting and popularizing international rugby tournaments to generate momentum for hosting the Rugby World Cup 2019 TM.

Rugby World Cup 2019 match schedule decision!

4 games will be held at City of Toyota Stadium

The first match 7:15 pm Mon. 23 September 2019 K.O

Wales V Georgia

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The second match 6:45 pm Sat. 28 September 2019 K.O

South Africa V Namibia

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The third match 7:30 pm Sat. 5 October 2019 K.O

Japan V Samoa

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The fourth match 1:45 pm Sat. 12 October 2019 K.O

New Zealand V Italy

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ACCESS

FANZONES

Information on Fanzones will be updated as details become available.

Fanzones are event spaces that will be set up in each of the host cities during the Rugby World Cup 2019™. The Fanzones will offer live broadcasts of matches (public viewing) on big screens, food and drink, promotional activities organised by the tournament’s commercial partners and events to promote rugby and the host region. Entry to Fanzones is free.

Aichi Prefecture, Toyota City will host an official Fanzone, “Rugby World Cup 2019™ FANZONE in Aichi Prefecture, Toyota City”, in Sky Hall Toyota (Hachiman-cho, Toyota city, Aichi) during the tournament from Friday, 20 September to Saturday, 2 November. The Fanzone (details below) will welcome spectators from all over the world and serve as a venue for rugby fans to mingle and share in the excitement of the tournament.

Qualified Teams Competing at City of Toyota Stadium

Japan

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In Japan, Jamie Joseph took over as head coach in 2016. Japan’s stunning win against South Africa, one of the strongest forces in competitions, during the Rugby World Cup 2015 sent shockwaves through the world. It is being called the greatest upset ever in Rugby World Cup history. Since then, Japan - also known as the Brave Blossoms - had engraved its name in sporting history.

New Zealand

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The New Zealand national rugby team, called the All Blacks, is the strongest rugby team in the world. The team made history as first back-to-back Rugby World Cups champions, in 2011 and 2015, and is the heavy favorite to win the 2019 World Cup. With a continued and steady growth in young talents, the team has every chance of winning a third successive World Cup.

South Africa

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South Africa won 1995 and 2007 Rugby World Cup, and is proud of their top class performance. They are eager to take home the Rugby World Cup trophy in 2019, after finishing in third place in the 2015 tournament.

Wales

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The rugby union team in Wales, also known as Red Dragon due to their scarlet shirt, is so popular that is considered part of national culture. Traditionally, the ability to beat an opponent with a powerful forward play and running rugby are the Welsh way.

Georgia

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Georgia has long been associated with martial arts, thus lot of the players have thick dense muscle. Taking advantage of their physique, they play like warriors. It is one of the world’s fastest growing rugby nations in recent years.

Italy

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One of rugby’s superpowers, Italy has competed in all the Rugby World Cup since the first tournament. There are multiple athletes with great potential in this up-and-coming team. They aim to get into the top 8 in the 2019 games.

Guidebook

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Flyer

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Tourist Information

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Rugby World Cup 2019 TM(Tourism Authority)

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