Rugby World Cup 2019

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2019 Rugby World Cup

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be the 9th Rugby World Cup, and is to be held in Japan for the first time, kick off on 20th September to 2nd November.

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Fixtures and Results

FRIDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER

POOL A JAPAN 30 Ko 6:45PM 10 RUSSIA TOKYO STADIUM

SATURDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER

POOL D WALLABIES 39 KO 12:45PM 21 FIJI SAPPORO STADIUM
POOL C FRANCE 23 KO 3:15PM 21 PUMAS TOKYO STADIUM
POOL B ALL BLACKS 23 KO 5:45PM 13 SPRINGBOKS yokohama STADIUM

SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER

POOL B ITALY 47 KO 1:15PM 22 NAMIBIA HANAZONO STADIUM
POOL A IRELAND 27 KO 3:45PM 3 SCOTLAND YOKOHAMA STADIUM
POOL C England 35 KO 6:15PM 3 Tonga Sapporo Dome

Monday 23rd SEPTEMBER

POOL d Wales 43 KO 6:15PM 14 Georgia Toyota STADIUM

Tuesday 24th SEPTEMBER

POOL a Russia 9 KO 6:15PM 34 Samoa Kumagaya STADIUM

Wednesday 25th SEPTEMBER

POOL d Fiji 27 KO 1:15PM 30 Uruguay Kamaishi STADIUM

Thursday 26th SEPTEMBER

POOL b Italy 48 KO 3:45PM 7 Canada Fukuoka Stadium
POOL c England 45 KO 6:45PM 7 USA Kobe Misaki

Saturday 28th SEPTEMBER

POOL c Pumas 28 KO 12:45PM 12 Tonga Hanazono Stadium
POOL a Japan 19 KO 3:15PM 12 Ireland Shizuoka Stadium
POOL b Springboks 57 KO 5:45PM 3 Namibia Toyota Stadium

Sunday 29th SEPTEMBER

POOL d Georgia 33 KO 1:15PM 7 Uruguay Kumagaya Stadium
POOL d Wallabies 25 KO 3:45PM 29 Wales Tokyo Stadium

Monday 30th SEPTEMBER

POOL a Scotland 34 KO 6:15PM 0 Samoa Kobe Misaki

Wednesday 2nd October

POOL c France 33 KO 3:45PM 9 USA Fukuoka Stadium
POOL b All Blacks 63 KO 6:15PM 0 Canada Olta Stadium

Thursday 3rd October

POOL d Georgia 10 KO 1:15PM 45 Fiji Hanazono Stadium
POOL a Ireland 35 KO 6:15PM 0 Russia Kobe Misaki

Friday 4th October

POOL b Springboks 49 KO 5:45PM 3 Italy Shizuoka Stadium

Saturday 5th October

POOL d Wallabies 45 KO 1:15PM 10 Uruguay Oita Stadium
POOL c England 39 KO 4:00PM 10 Pumas Tokyo Stadium
POOL a Japan 38 KO 6:30PM 19 Samoa Toyota Stadium

Sunday 6th October

POOL b All Blacks 71 KO 12:45PM 9 Namibia Tokyo Stadium
POOL c France 23 KO 3:45PM 21 Tonga Kumamoto Stadium

Tuesday 8th October

POOL b Springboks 66 KO 6:15PM 7 Canada Kobe Misaki

Wednesday 9th October

POOL c Pumas 47 KO 12:45PM 17 USA Kumagaya Stadium
POOL a Scotland 61 KO 3:15PM 0 Russia Shizuoka Stadium
POOL d Wales 29 KO 5:45PM 17 Fiji Oita Stadium

Friday 11th October

POOL d Wallabies 27 KO 6:15PM 8 Georgia Shizuoka Stadium

Saturday 12th October

POOL b All Blacks 0 KO 12:45PM 0 Italy Toyota Stadium
POOL c England 0 KO 4:15PM 0 France Yokohama Stadium
POOL a Ireland 47 KO 6:45PM 5 Samoa Fukuoka Stadium

Sunday 13th October

POOL b Namibia 0 KO 11:15PM 0 Canada Kamaishi Stadium
POOL c USA 19 KO 1:45PM 31 Tonga Hanazono Stadium
POOL d Wales 35 KO 4:15PM 13 Uruguay Kumamoto Stadium
POOL a Japan 28 KO 6:45PM 21 Scotland Yokohama Stadium

Saturday 19th October

Quarter Finals England 40 KO 3:15PM 16 Wallabies Oita Stadium
Quarter Finals All Blacks 46 KO 6:15PM 14 Ireland Tokyo Stadium

Sunday 20th October

Quarter Finals Wales 20 KO 3:15PM 19 France Oita Stadium
Quarter Finals Japan 3 KO 6:15PM 26 Springboks Tokyo Stadium

Saturday 26th October

Semi-Final England 19 KO 4:00PM 7 All Blacks Yokohama Stadium

Sunday 27th October

Semi Finals Wales 16 KO 5:00PM 19 Springboks Yokohama Stadium

Friday 1st November

Bronze Final All Blacks 40 KO 5:00PM 17 Wales Tokyo Stadium

Saturday 2nd November

Final England 12 KO 5:00PM 32 Springboks Yokohama Stadium

 

6 Responses

  1. bestringtoness.com
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    The Rugby Championship might be compacted for the 2019 edition, but interest certainly isn t. It s a Rugby World Cup year, after all. Add to that the Jaguares performance in this season s Super Rugby, the Aussie drama around Israel Folau and you have the perfect cocktail for a really fiery competition.

  2. Daniel
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    Seeing Pools of Rugby World cup and I bet that the Ireland to be on the top of Pool A, but seems Japan is taking it over. Love it!

  3. Celine
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    So excited!! 11 more days for Quarter finals. Go Japan!!!

  4. Sophia
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    Hard work with Team work, that’s what makes Japan qualify to the Finals. Cross finger that they will smash South Africa on Sunday. Tough opponent though.. But I will cheer for Japan…

    • Chira
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      Can’t wait the Japan game.

  5. Bill
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    Too bad. England didn’t win the final. Holding 2 World cup trophies in the same year is stunning. !!!

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