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Groups & Match Schedule

Fri Sep 20 2019

Japan v Romania

Pool A, Match 1
Local time kick off 19:45 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

Sat Sep 21 2019

Australia v Fiji

Pool D, Match 2
Local time kick off 13:45 Sapporo Dome, Sapporo

France v Argentina

Pool C, Match 3
Local time kick off 16:15 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

New Zealand v South Africa

Pool B, Match 4
Local time kick off 18:45 International Stadium, Yokohama

Sun Sep 22 2019

Italy v Africa 1

Pool B, Match 5
Local time kick off 14:15Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka

Ireland v Scotland

Pool A, Match 6
Local time kick off 16:45 International Stadium, Yokohama

England v Tonga

Pool C, Match 7
Local time kick off 19:15 Sapporo Dome, Sapporo

Mon Sep 23 2019

Wales v Georgia

Pool D, Match 8
Local time kick off 19:15 City of Toyota Stadium, Aichi

Tue Sep 24 2019

Romania v Samoa

Pool A, Match 9
Local time kick off 19:15 Prefectual Kumagaya Rugby Grounds, Kumagaya

Wed Sep 25 2019

Fiji v Uruguay

Pool D, Match 10
Local time kick off 14:15 Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium, Kamaishi

Thu Sep 26 2019

Italy v Repechage winner

Pool B, Match 11
Local time kick off 16:45 Hakatanomori Football Stadium, Fukuoka

England v USA

Pool C, Match 12
Local time kick off 19:45 Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kobe

Sat Sep 28 2019

Argentina v Tonga

Pool C, Match 13
Local time kick off 13:45 Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka

Japan v Ireland

Pool A, Match 14
Local time kick off 16:15 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka

South Africa v Africa 1

Pool B, Match 15
Local time kick off 18:45 City of Toyota Stadium, Aichi

Sun Sep 29 2019

Georgia v Uruguay

Pool D, Match 16
Local time kick off 14:15 Prefectual Kumagaya Rugby Grounds, Kumagaya

Australia v Wales

Pool D, Match 17
Local time kick off 16:45 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

Mon Sep 30 2019

Scotland v Samoa

Pool A, Match 18
Local time kick off 19:15 Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kobe

Wed Oct 2 2019

France v USA

Pool C, Match 19
Local time kick off 16:45 Hakatanomori Football Stadium, Fukuoka

New Zealand v Repechage winner

Pool B, Match 20
Local time kick off 19:15 Oita Stadium, Oita

Thu Oct 3 2019

Georgia v Fiji

Pool D, Match 21
Local time kick off 14:15 Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka

Ireland v Romania

Pool A, Match 22
Local time kick off 19:15 Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kobe

Fri Oct 4 2019

South Africa v Italy

Pool B, Match 23
Local time kick off 18:45 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka

Sat Oct 5 2019

Australia v Uruguay

Pool D, Match 24
Local time kick off 14:15 Oita Stadium, Oita

England v Argentina

Pool C, Match 25
Local time kick off 17:00 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

Japan v Samoa

Pool A, Match 26
Local time kick off 19:30 City of Toyota Stadium, Aichi

Sun Oct 6 2019

New Zealand v Africa 1

Pool B, Match 27
Local time kick off 13:45 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

France v Tonga

Pool C, Match 28
Local time kick off 16:45 Kumamoto Prefectural Athletic Stadium, Kumamoto

Tue Oct 8 2019

South Africa v Repechage winner

Pool B, Match 29
Local time kick off 19:15 Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kobe

Wed Oct 9 2019

Argentina v USA

Pool C, Match 30
Local time kick off 13:45 Prefectual Kumagaya Rugby Grounds, Kumagaya

Scotland v Romania

Pool A, Match 31
Local time kick off 16:15 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka

Wales v Fiji

Pool D, Match 32
Local time kick off 18:45 Oita Stadium, Oita

Fri Oct 11 2019

Australia v Georgia

Pool D, Match 33
Local time kick off 19:15 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka

Sat Oct 12 2019

New Zealand v Italy

Pool B, Match 34
Local time kick off 13:45 City of Toyota Stadium, Aichi

England v France

Pool C, Match 35
Local time kick off 17:15 International Stadium, Yokohama

Ireland v Samoa

Pool A, Match 36
Local time kick off 19:45 Hakatanomori Football Stadium, Fukuoka

Sun Oct 13 2019

Africa 1 v Repechage winner

Pool B, Match 37
Local time kick off 12:15 Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium, Kamaishi

USA v Tonga

Pool C, Match 38
Local time kick off 14:45 Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka

Wales v Uruguay

Pool D, Match 39
Local time kick off 17:15 Kumamoto Prefectural Athletic Stadium, Kumamoto

Japan v Scotland

Pool A, Match 40
Local time kick off 19:45 International Stadium, Yokohama

Sat Oct 19 2019

Winner Pool C v Runner Up Pool D

Quarter Finals, Match 41
Local time kick off 16:15 Oita Stadium, Oita

Winner Pool B v Runner Up Pool A

Quarter Finals, Match 42
Local time kick off 19:15 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

Sun Oct 20 2019

Winner Pool D v Runner Up Pool C

World Cup Quarter Finals, Match 43
Local time kick off 16:15 Oita Stadium, Oita

Winner Pool A v Runner Up Pool B

World Cup Quarter Finals, Match 44
Local time kick off 19:15 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

Sat Oct 26 2019

Winner Quarter Final 1 v Winner Quarter Final 2

World Cup Semi Finals, Match 45
Local time kick off 17:00 International Stadium, Yokohama

Sun Oct 27 2019

Winner Quarter Final 3 v Winner Quarter Final 4

World Cup Semi Finals, Match 46
Local time kick off 18:00 International Stadium, Yokohama

Fri Nov 1 2019

Loser Semi Final 1 v Loser Semi Final 2

World Cup Bronze Final, Match 47
Local time kick off 18:00 Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

Sat Nov 2 2019

Winner Semi Final 1 v Winner Semi Final 2

World Cup Final, Match 48
Local time kick off 18:00 International Stadium, Yokohama

World Cup Stadiums

International Stadium Yokohama

Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa

Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium

Kumagaya Rugby Stadium

City of Toyota Stadium

Hanazono Rugby Stadium

Kobe Misaki Stadium

Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium

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Prices starting from:

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Tour Overview

4 nights in Tokyo

19/09/19 Arrive at Tokyo airport, meet and greet and transfer to hotel
20/09/19 Tokyo Stadium, Japan v Romania
21/09/19 International Stadium Yokohama, New Zealand v South Africa 22/09/19 International Stadium Yokohama, Ireland v Scotland
23/09/19 Depart Tokyo, morning train to Ise-Shima

3 nights in Ise-Shima

23/09/19 Arrive Ise-Shima
24/09/19 Ise-Shima free day
25/09/19 Ise-Shima Tour
26/09/19 Depart Ise-Shima morning bus transfer to Osaka

3 nights in Osaka

26/09/19 Arrive Osaka
27/09/19 Osaka Tour
28/09/19 Osaka to Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Argentina vs Tonga 29/09/19 Depart Osaka on morning bus transfer to Hiroshima

2 nights in Hiroshima

29/09/19 Arrive Hiroshima hotel
30/09/19 Hiroshima Tourbr
01/10/19 Depart Hiroshima, bus transfer to Oita

3 nights in Oita

01/10/19 Arrive Oita
02/10/19 Transfer to Oita Stadium, New Zealand vs Repêchage Winner
03/10/19 Free day
04/10/19 Depart Oita, domestic flight to Tokyo

4 nights in Tokyo

0410/19 Arrive Tokyo, bus transfer to hotel
05/10/19 Tokyo to Tokyo Stadium, England vs Argentina
06/10/19 Tokyo to Tokyo Stadium, New Zealand vs Africa 1 winner
07/10/19 Mt Fuji Tour
08/10/19 Train from Tokyo to Kyoto

3 nights in Kyoto

08/10/19 Arrive Kyoto
09/10/19 Kyoto Tour
10/10/19 Kyoto Tour
11/10/19 Depart Kyoto, bus transfer to Nagoya

3 nights in Toyota / Nagoya

11/10/19 Arrive Toyota, bus transfer to hotel
12/10/19 Bus transfer to City of Toyota Stadium, New Zealand vs Italy
13/10/19 Nagoya Tour
14/10/19 Train/Bus Depart Nagoya for Tokyo, transfer to Tokyo airport and home.

Tour Inclusions

  • Eight (8) x Match tickets listed in the tour
  • KSG Tour Guide accompanying the entire tour
  • Twenty-five (25) nights’ accommodation in various cities across Japan
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Seven (7) lunches
  • Return airport transfers
  • Transfers to and from all matches listed in the tour
  • Ise-Shima full day tour
  • Osaka full day tour
  • Hiroshima full day tour
  • 2 x Kyoto full day tour
  • Mt Fuji full day tour
  • Luggage Transfers (Tokyo to Kyoto)
  • 2 x Prepaid Data SIM card for 15 Days (200MB/day)
  • Carry on Suitcase provided prior to your departure (worldwide delivery)
  • Rugby World Cup 2019 Merchandise Pack
  • Ticketing Lanyard
  • Exclusive Travel Wallet

Tour Exclusions

  • Meals and drinks where not stated
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Vaccinations
  • Passport and Visa costs
  • Travel Insurance. All guests are required to have a travel insurance policy prior to travel. Kingdom Sports Group can offer competitive travel insurance prices.

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    Rugby World Cup in Kyushu

    Rugby World Cup: Kyushu fixtures, venues, maps, stadiums and transport

    The Rugby World Cup (RWC 2019) is coming to Kyushu. Everyone here is very excited. Some of the biggest teams are going to be in town and masses of their supporters too. At the time of writing (August 2018) nearly 900,000 tickets have been applied for. The stadiums are being readied and travel plans are (hopefully!) falling into place. An estimated 400,000 fans from overseas are expected to descend on Japan.

    The tournament is being held throughout the length of Japan. It ranges across 12 stadiums covering nearly 2000 km from Sapporo in the north to Kumamoto in the south. The lucky few will be heading to Kyushu. One of Japan’s four main islands, Kyushu has a pleasant climate and a warm, hospitable people.

    Largely untouched by modern city development and western tourism, Kyushu retains olden authenticity. Its appeal is in the natural beauty; hot springs, gorges, volcanic mountains. There is a slowness here, long ago lost in Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka.

    As a Brit myself, owner of the only Western-run travel agent here in Kyushu, I’m excited as hell. Wales are playing here twice here in the first round (October 09 and October 13) and we don’t doubt they will be here again as winners or runner-up of Pool D (October 19 or 20). England will surely be coming to Kyushu as the winners or runner-up of Pool C (October 19 or 20). In fact they could be facing each other in what would be an epic game in Oita Stadium.

    Everyone here is thrilled that England have chosen Kyushu for their pre-World Cup training camp. They were one of the first teams to decide where to base themselves and they cannily opted for Miyazaki. Eddie Jones has some familiarity with Japan and obviously knew what he was doing. It’s a lovely surfing and seaside resort nestled at the foot of picturesque mountains. I guess they’re planning for some R&R amid their training. Let’s hope they avoid the problems with the booze that have bedevilled a number of British teams over the years (think Gazza, Rooney, and the lads on the recent Ashes tour to name but a few). The All Blacks will also have one of their camps in Kyushu. They’ve chosen Beppu, presumably to soothe their tired muscles. Beppu is one of Japan’s top hot-spring resorts with waters that cure stiffness and strains amongst other things. The Welsh team will be based here too, in the city of Kitakyushu. They are doing some nice community work there. They coached 600 kids on a recent trip and helped up-train 50 local coaches.

    List of all Kyushu fixtures for 2019 Rugby World Cup (RWC)

    September 26
    Italy vs Repechage winner

    October 02 France vs USA

    October 12
    Ireland vs Play-off winner

    October 02
    New Zealand vs Repechage winner

    October 05
    Australia vs Americas 2

    October 09
    Wales vs Fiji

    October 19
    Winner Pool C vs Runner Up Pool D

    October 20
    Winner Pool D vs Runner Up Pool C

    October 06
    France vs Tonga

    October 13
    Wales vs Americas 2

    Ticketing Information.

    To enter the public ballot for any remaining tickets you should register at the official ticket portal site. The next application period starts at 10AM on 19 September (to 12 November 2018). You better mark it in your diary. Tickets are sure to be oversubscribed.

    Each country will have its own official site selling tickets too. Here is the English team’s site.

    Kyushu stadium map 2019 Rugby World Cup

    Kyushu stadium information for 2019 Rugby World Cup

    Fukuoka Hakatamori (aka ‘Level Five’) Stadium

    The City

    Fukuoka (福岡) is the main city in Kyushu and the 8th largest in Japan. It has a population of about 5 million. You will almost certainly arrive in Kyushu here either at the international airport or by train from another part of Japan. It’s generally regarded by both Japanese and foreigners alike as one of Japan’s most pleasant cities. You can read more about it in our article here. Fukuoka is a city with a strong rugby pedigree and many of Japan’s best rugby players hail from here.

    The Stadium

    Nothing wrong with it as a stadium but it has mixed memories for me. I’ve sat there too many times watching our local football team (Avispa Fukuoka) getting beaten. They were eventually relegated to the second division from where they’ve yet to emerge. It has a capacity of 22,500. At least we’ll be getting better seating courtesy of the Rugby World Cup and giant screens. Ireland will be playing an as yet undecided play-off winner here on October 12. We’ll also see the Italians, French and Americans here.

    Access

    The stadium in Fukuoka is incredibly convenient to access. You can easily get here by bus or taxi from the main areas of Fukuoka. In fact if you are flying in from another part of Japan it’s just a 30 minute walk from the airport domestic terminal. How convenient is that!

    Oita Stadium (aka ‘Big Eye’ or ‘Dome’)

    The City

    Oita (大分) has a population of about half a million and is bordered by mountains and pleasant countryside. Located on the coast it is well-known for its seafood. Just 15 minutes outside the city center you will find one of the world’s largest troupes of wild monkeys. They live undisturbed but come down to be fed and photographed by people like you and me. The prefecture of Oita has more natural hot springs than anywhere in Japan. The nearby city of Beppu is one of Japan’s most famous hot-spring (onsen) resorts.

    The Stadium

    Oita Stadium is going to be a treat both for players and spectators. The athletics track will be gone (always loathed in whatever ground by rugby and football supporters alike). An extra 8,000 seats will be in place giving an impressive 40,000 capacity. It’ll be repainted and a big screen will be installed. The retractable roof can be closed in 20 minutes. In a welcome sign of the times Oita Stadium is completely wheelchair accessible.

    Access

    Oita train station is about two hours by train from Fukuoka. You’ll travel on the ultra-stylish sonic train operated by JR Kyushu . From the train station it’s a short bus ride to the stadium.

    Kumamoto Athletics Stadium

    The City

    Kumamoto (熊本) is home to about 700,000 people. Its major landmark is the impressive Kumamoto Castle. In 2016 Kumamoto was hit by a 7.0 earthquake leaving 50 dead and 1000’s injured. It’s well on the way to recovery now but the castle was quite badly damaged. Reconstruction is expected to take decades. Kumamoto is home to the excellent ‘Suizenji Japanese Garden’ (aren’t all gardens here Japanese?) where you can dress up in a kimono if the mood takes you. Not sure how many rugby fans will avail themselves of this service. Raw sashimi horsemeat is a local speciality. It’s twinned with Bristol (UK).

    The Stadium

    The stadium is easily recognized by its iconic towering floodlights and will be benefiting from brand new turf. Anticipating the masses from the valleys (the Welsh will be playing here) an extra 10,000 seats are being added giving a total of 32,000.

    Access

    Kumamoto Station is on the main shinkansen bullet-train line. This means you can take a direct train from Fukuoka and be in Kumamoto in 45 minutes. A bullet-train ride is an unmissable part of any Japan trip. From Kumamoto Station to the stadium is a bit of a trek (about an hour by bus). Hopefully there will be special transport laid on for match days.

    Travelling between stadiums: important info

    The 2016 earthquake damaged the central Kyushu rail network. Both lines running east-west (Kyudai Line and Hohi Line) are currently out of action. There is no confirmed date for repairs to be completed. Therefore currently the best way to travel from Kumamoto Stadium to Oita Stadium is via Hakata Station in Fukuoka. You can see from the map it’s the long way around but it’s the quickest route. You can take a bus from Kumamoto to Oita but it takes 4.5+ hours.

    Things to do in Kyushu

    Bursting with history, natural hot springs, active volcanoes, breathtaking mountainous views and some of the most hospital people in the country, Kyushu is a breath of fresh air from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo and Kyoto.

    Katrina Turrill
    Travel writer

    You can’t come all this way and just watch rugby. There’s so much to see and do here. The great thing is that Kyushu is pretty small so it’s easy to get around sightseeing. The railway system in Japan is second to none. If you prefer to be in control you can rent a car or scooter and self-drive. We drive on the left here too (apologies to our friends from the States).

    Don’t miss the chance to try an onsen while you are here

    Kyushu isn’t nicknamed ‘Onsen Island’ for nothing. It’s a natural hot-spring spa and there’s no better way to relax and unwind. Learn what it’s all about on our onsen introduction page.

    Do onsen inside a traditional Japanese hotel (ryokan ) for the ultimate experience

    The service you can expect at ryokan is legendary. The kaiseki-ryori (traditional multi-course cuisine) is exceptional. Round it all off with a good night’s sleep on a futon bed in a straw tatami -floored room. It’s hard to imagine a more uniquely Japanese way to spend 24 hours.

    Visit one of Kyush’s famed pottery villages.

    Many of the kilns have been continuously in production for 100’s of years. They have served Kings, Emperors and feudal lords. Now you can pick up a plate, a bowl or a mug. The famed blue and white of Arita-ware is exported worldwide and is a byname for ceramic quality. See how they are made and pick up a bargain. Pass by the Kyushu Ceramic Museum and enjoy a cake in the cafe served on a 250 year-old plate.

    Explore the Sea of Clouds at Kyushu’s most scenic gorge.

    What exquisite timing you have! This wonder of nature is seen from mid-September to November at the breathtaking Takachiho gorge. Climb above the clouds, hike around and row a boat in Kyushu’s most scenic region. In fact it’s almost exactly halfway between the stadiums of Oita and Kumamoto.

    Delve into Japan’s rich and fascinating culture.

    Marvel at the intricate beauty of exquisite Japanese Gardens. Stroll around 1,000 year-old temples, ancient castles and lively shrines. Watch a centuries old traditional dance. Take the chance to experience prize-winning Wagyu beef. Enjoy sushi the way it’s meant to be. Grab a bowl of Fukuoka’s famed pork-broth ramen at a riverside food stall. Raise a glass of one of Kyushu’s award-winning sakés.

    Things are going to get busy in Kyushu. Hotels will fill-up quickly. Contact us as soon as possible to discuss your travel plans.

    We hope you found this information about the Kyushu matches of the Rugby World Cup 2019 useful. If you have any questions leave them below. I’m on the ground here and will be happy to help.

    Perhaps you have other info, tips or advice for fellow rugby fans. Add it below in the comments.

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