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Rugby World Cup 2015 – 200 Days To Go

Rugby World Cup 2015 – 200 Days To Go

With just 200 days to go until England and Fiji get Rugby World Cup 2015 underway at Twickenham on September 18, rugby fans everywhere are starting the final countdown to this year’s tournament.

England 2015 is set to become the best supported Rugby World Cup ever, and fans can still book tickets to this year’s showpiece via the official Rugby World Cup 2015 ticketing site tickets.rugbyworldcup.com. Tickets are currently on sale for 10 matches:

Argentina v Namibia
Argentina v Tonga
Canada v Romania
Australia v Fiji
Ireland v Canada, Millennium Stadium, Saturday, September 19, 2.30pm
New Zealand v Georgia
Wales v Uruguay
Samoa v Scotland
France v Italy
Ireland v Romania, Wembley Stadium, Sunday, September 27, 4.45pm

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The journey to the tournament will be a busy and exciting one. Here are just some of the highlights coming up over the next few months:

– A ticket re-sale service will become available later this year, giving fans a safe and secure way to sell their tickets to other fans
– The Webb Ellis Cup will continue its journey around the world on the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour, visiting Romania, Germany, Canada and France, before starting a 100-day tour of the UK and Republic of Ireland on June 10
– The Pack, the 6,000 volunteers who will become the faces of Rugby World Cup 2015, will start their training as they prepare to welcome the world to rugby and to England
– Rugby-themed events will take place between June 10 and October 31 through the Festival of Rugby 2015, as part of the celebrations around rugby’s biggest year
– Schoolchildren from England and Wales will welcome the 20 participating teams to the tournament with official welcome ceremonies
– Key aspects of the Rugby World Cup 2015 operational plan will be tested to ensure that fans are given the best possible matchday experience at the tournament
– Fanzones will go up in each host city, giving rugby fans a chance to soak up the atmosphere of a Rugby World Cup outside of the 13 match venues

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