Rugby: vi ser frem mot 2023 [fr]

VM i rugby 2019 i Japan ble avsluttet 2. november med Sør Afrika som verdensmestere. I 2023 rettes blikket mot Frankrike som er neste arrangør av dette store, internasjonale sportseventet.

The tenth Rugby World Cup will be held in France from 8 September to 21 October 2023. Over 45 days, 600 players from 20 teams will face off across 10 host cities. Over 2.5 million tickets will be issued for the 48 matches. More than 450,000 foreign fans are expected to travel to France for this global festival of rugby.

And there will be all the more reason to celebrate rugby in 2023, as that year will mark the 200th anniversary of the sport’s creation. It will be an opportunity to rediscover rugby’s founding spirit and to enable a new generation to emerge from its shared values.

The 2023 World Cup Organizing Committee wants rugby to make an impact off the pitch, through its values of self-sacrifice, teamwork and respect. Having the courage of our convictions, never giving up in the face of hardship and putting the team before the individual – that is why “We are rugby”.

The Rugby World Cup supports respecting the environment and social responsibility, as enshrined in its Charter of “15 eco-responsible commitments for sporting events” signed by the French Ministry of Sport, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and the 2023 World Cup Organizing Committee.

The tournament’s 10 host cities will be:
  • Bordeaux
  • Lille
  • Lyon
  • Marseille
  • Nantes
  • Nice
  • Paris
  • Saint-Denis
  • Saint-Étienne
  • Toulouse

For further information: : https://www.rugbyworldcup.com/france2023

Follow us on Twitter: : @France2023 #WeAre2023

publisert den 29/11/2019

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