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Rugby World Cup 2007

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Rugby World Cup 2007: This event closed in 2007 and is no longer open to the public. The next World Cup will be held in New Zealand in 2011.




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The Rugby World Cup 2007 will be held in France between October and November in 2007.

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Prepare[edit]

Tickets[edit]

Tickets are now on sale for the worldwide general public. They can be bought through the france2007 website. Tickets are also distributed by the organizers to clubs, sponsors, travel agents and so on. So tickets may be available through a local Rugby Union.See also.

Accommodation[edit]

Visit rth07.com which is the official travel and hospitality site for Rugby World Cup 2007.

Get in[edit]

See: France#Get_in

Get around[edit]

See: France#Get_around

Host cities information[edit]

France[edit]

Outside France[edit]

Fixtures[edit]

    • Note:Some teams have yet to qualify

Pool stages[edit]

  • 7 September:
France v Argentina, Stade de France, Paris (St Denis) - Pool D
  • 8 September:
England v Americas 3, Lens - Pool A
Australia v Asia, Lyon - Pool B
New Zealand v Europe 1, Marseille - Pool C
  • 9 September:
Ireland v Africa, Bordeaux - Pool D
Wales v Americas 2, Nantes - Pool B
South Africa v Samoa, Parc des Princes, Paris - Pool A
Scotland v Repechage 1, St Etienne - Pool C
  • 11 September:
Argentina v Europe 3, Lyon - Pool D
  • 12 September:
Europe 1 v Europe 2, Marseille - Pool C
America 3 v Repechage 2, Montpellier - Pool A
Asia v Fiji, Toulouse - Pool B
  • 14 September:
England v South Africa, Stade de France, Paris (St. Denis) - Pool A
  • 15 September:
Ireland v Europe 3, Bordeaux - Pool D
Wales v Australia, Cardiff - Pool B
New Zealand v Repechage 1, Lyon - Pool C
  • 16 September:
Fiji v Americas 2, Cardiff - Pool B
Samoa v Repechage 2, Montpellier - Pool A
France v Africa, Toulouse - Pool D
  • 18 September:
Scotland v Europe 2, Edinburgh - Pool C
  • 19 September:
Europe 1 v Repechage 1, Parc des Princes, Paris - Pool C
  • 20 September:
Wales v Asia, Millennium Stadium, Cardiff - Pool B
  • 21 September:
France v Ireland, Stade de France, Paris - Pool D
  • 22 September:
South Africa v Repechage 2, Lens - Pool A
Argentina v Africa 1, Marseille - Pool D
England v Samoa, Nantes - Pool A
  • 23 September:
Scotland v New Zealand, Edinburgh - Pool C
Australia v Fiji, Montpellier - Pool B
  • 25 September:
Americas 2 v Asia, Bordeaux - Pool B
Europe 2 v Repechage 1, Toulouse - Pool C
  • 26 September:
Europe 3 v Africa, Lens - Pool D
Samoa v Americas, 3, St Etienne - Pool A
  • 28 September:
England v Repechage 2, Parc des Princes, Paris - Pool A
  • 29 September:
Australia v Americas 2, Bordeaux - Pool B
Wales v Fiji, Nantes - Pool B
Scotland v Europe 1, St Etienne - Pool C
New Zealand v Europe 2, Toulouse - Pool C
  • 30 September:
France v Europe 3, Marseille - Pool D
South Africa v Americas 3, Montpellier - Pool A
Ireland v Argentina, Parc des Princes, Paris - Pool D

Knock-out stages[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

  • 6 October:
QF1: W Pool B v RU Pool A, Marseille
QF2: W Pool C v RU Pool D, Cardiff
  • 7 October:
QF3: W Pool A v RU Pool B, Marseille
QF4: W Pool D v RU Pool C, Paris

Semi-finals[edit]

  • 13 October:
SF1: W QF1 v W QF2, Paris
  • 14 October:
SF2: W QF3 v W QF4, Paris

3rd/4th place play-off[edit]

  • 19 October:
L SF1 v L SF2, Paris

Final[edit]

  • 20 October:
W SF1 v W SF2, Paris



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