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210,000 Extra Tickets On Sale for Rugby World Cup

210,000 Extra Tickets On Sale for Rugby World Cup

The Organising Committee of the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France has released over 210,000 additional tickets for sale online to the general public.

While members of the Irish Rugby Supporters Club got their chance to buy tickets back in 2005 before the first phase of general release tickets went on sale in 2006, you can still catch the action with this latest release of tickets.

Tickets are available across all pool matches at the 12 Tournament venues (10 in France, 1 in Scotland and 1 in Wales), the quarter-finals and the bronze medal final at Parc des Princes. Supporters wishing to purchase tickets should visit the following official Tournament websites:

www.rugbyworldcup.com  – Official Tournament website

http://www.france2007.fr/ – Official France 2007 Organising Committee website

To date, more than 1,750 000 tickets have been sold for the Tournament which kicks-off on September 7 when France takes on Argentina at Stade de France.

Hospitality Programme

With a little under 100 days to go before the start of Rugby World Cup 2007, the Tournament’s Official travel and corporate hospitality website RTH ’07 has announced that 100,000 ticket-inclusive official corporate hospitality products have been sold.

To date, RTH ’07 have sold 96% more than the total number of hospitality packages sold in Australia in 2003 and 18% more than the last two Rugby World Cups put together. Demand for Rugby World Cup 2007 official corporate hospitality remains high, and with the tournament still some months away there is enormous potential for further sales.

Supporters wishing to find out more about the range of hospitality and travel packages for Rugby World Cup 2007 should visit the official travel and corporate hospitality programme website by following this link.

All Rugby supporters should be aware that only tickets purchased from official Rugby World Cup ticket sources will enable entry to matches. Supporters obtaining tickets from unofficial sources run the risk of having those tickets cancelled, being refused entry to or being rejected from the stadium.