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Fantastic result from Ireland against Australia winning 20-16 in a feisty encounter sees them cement their hold on 2nd place in the Rugby World Rankings. New Zealand demolished France 49-14 once again proving their dominance over the Northern Hemisphere teams. A mouth watering tie against Ireland awaits in the November series.
Japan showed they will be no pushover in the 2019 Rugby World Cup with a 28-0 victory against Georgia. England with a hard fought win over South Africa 25-10 move up 2 places back into 4th place. Scotland rebound from their surprise defeat to USA last week with a tremendous result against Argentina winning 44-15.
USA continue their impressive run of form with a 42-17 victory over Canada. With the USA in Pool C alongside France, Argentina, England and Tonga at the Rugby World Cup, it looks set to be the group whose outcome is hardest to predict.

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2019 Rugby World Cup || Japan Rugby World Cup Fixtures,Pools,Tickets,Winners

2019 Rugby World Cup Schedule, Pool Phase – Mobile View

Date: Fri-Sept 20, 2019
Match: Japan vs Russia, Match 1
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Sept 21, 2019
Match: Australia vs Fiji, Match 2
Venue: Sapporo Dome
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Sept 21, 2019
Match: France vs Argentina, Match 3
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Sept 21, 2019
Match: New Zealand vs South Africa, Match 4
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Sept 22, 2019
Match: Italy vs Namibia, Match 5
Venue: Hanazono Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Sept 22, 2019
Match: Ireland vs Scotland, Match 6
Venue: Yokohoma Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Sept 22, 2019
Match: England vs Tonga, Match 7
Venue: Sapporo Dome
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Mon-Sept 23, 2019
Match: Wales vs Georgia, Match 8
Venue: Toyota Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Tue-Sept 24, 2019
Match: Russia vs Samoa, Match 9
Venue: Kumagaya Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Wed-Sept 25, 2019
Match: Fiji vs Uruguay, Match 10
Venue: Kamaishi Memorial Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Thus-Sept 26, 2019
Match: Italy vs Repechage Winner, Match 11
Venue: Fukuoka Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Thus-Sept 26, 2019
Match: England vs USA, Match 12
Venue: Kobe Misaki Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Sept 28, 2019
Match: Argentina vs Tonga , Match 13
Venue: Hanazono Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Sept 28, 2019
Match: Japan vs Ireland, Match 14
Venue: Shizuoka Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Sept 28, 2019
Match: South Africa vs Namibia , Match 15
Venue: Toyota Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Sept 29, 2019
Match: Georgia vs Uruguay , Match 16
Venue: Kumagaya Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Sept 29, 2019
Match: Australia vs Wales, Match 17
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Mon-Sept 30, 2019
Match: Scotland vs Samoa , Match 18
Venue: Kobe Misaki Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Wed-Oct 02, 2019
Match: France vs USA , Match 19
Venue: Fukuoka Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Wed-Oct 02, 2019
Match: New Zealand vs Repechage Winner , Match 20
Venue: Oita Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Thus-Oct 03, 2019
Match: Georgia vs Fiji, Match 21
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Thus-Oct 03, 2019
Match: Ireland vs Russia, Match 22
Venue: Kobe Misaki Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Fri-Oct 04, 2019
Match: South Africa vs Italy, Match 23
Venue: Shizuoka Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 05, 2019
Match: Australia vs Uruguay, Match 24
Venue: Oita Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 05, 2019
Match: England vs Argentina, Match 25
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 05, 2019
Match: Japan vs Samoa, Match 26
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 06, 2019
Match: New Zealand vs Namibia, Match 27
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 06, 2019
Match: France vs Tonga, Match 28
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Tues-Oct 08, 2019
Match: South Africa vs Repechage Winner , Match 29
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Wed-Oct 09, 2019
Match: Argentina vs USA, Match 30
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Wed-Oct 09, 2019
Match: Scotland vs Russia , Match 31
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Wed-Oct 09, 2019
Match: Wales vs Fiji, Match 32
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Fri-Oct 11, 2019
Match: Australia vs Georgia, Match 33
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 12, 2019
Match: New Zealand vs Italy, Match 34
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 12, 2019
Match: England vs France, Match 35
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 12, 2019
Match: Ireland vs Samoa, Match 36
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 13, 2019
Match: Namibia vs Repechage Winner , Match 37
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool B
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 13, 2019
Match: USA vs Tonga, Match 38
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool C
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 13, 2019
Match: Wales vs Uruguay, Match 39
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool D
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 13, 2019
Match: Japan vs Scotland, Match 40
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Pool: Pool A
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

2019 Rugby World Cup Schedule | Japan Rugby World Cup Fixtures Knock Out Phase

Date: Sat-Oct 19, 2019
Match: QF1: W Pool C Vs RU Pool D, Match 41
Venue: Oita Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 19, 2019
Match: QF2: W Pool B Vs RU Pool A, Match 42
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 20, 2019
Match: QF3: W Pool D Vs RU Pool C, Match 43
Venue: Oita Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 20, 2019
Match: QF4: W Pool A Vs RU Pool B, Match 44
Venue: Tokyo Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Oct 26, 2019
Match: QF1: W Pool C Vs RU Pool D, Match 45
Venue: Oita Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sun-Oct 27, 2019
Match: Semi Final 1: W QF1 Vs W QF2, Match 46
Venue: Oita Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Fri-Nov 02, 2019
Match: Bronze Final, Match 47
Venue: Oita Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

Date: Sat-Nov 02, 2019
Match: FINAL, Match 48
Venue: Oita Stadium
Time: 19:45 PM JST, 08:00 PM UTC

2019 Rugby World Cup Schedule | Japan Rugby World Cup Fixtures Knock Out Phase – Desktop View

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Japan vs Romania to Open RWC 2019

RWC 2019 will open with Japan vs Romania. The tournament opener was confirmed today following RWC qualifying results in Europe.

The final round of the Rugby Europe Championship saw two RWC 2019 qualification fixtures and three matches overall. The pre-qualified Georgia hosted Romania, securing a 25-16 win. In Cologne, Germany fell to a 57-3 loss against Russia.

The big game though was in Belgium. It was Spain’s chance of securing Europe 1, and earning the right to face Japan in the tournament opener. It was not to be, though, as Belgium completed an 18-10 win which saw Romania qualifying instead.

The results see Romania’s perfect record of playing in all RWCs remaining. The Eastern Europeans have played in every RWC, a feat which looked like possibly ending for 2019.

Romania’s loss against Spain last month combined with Spain also defeating Russia and Germany meant Los Leones were in pole position to become Europe 1.

It had Canada seriously concerned. Indeed, Spain must now defeat Portugal before going on to face Samoa in a Play-Off Winner match. The winner of Samoa vs Europe 2 will qualify for RWC 2019, joining Ireland, Japan, Romania and Scotland in Pool A.

Canada awaits three teams in repechage. Romania was the team that they wanted to avoid. Spain is an easier prospect for the North Americans both in theory and reality. In 2017 Canada fell at home against Romania but defeated Spain on the road.

Canada will play in the Repechage series in November. It is to be a four-team competition with the winner qualifying for RWC 2019, claiming the 20th, and final, place in the tournament.

The three other teams will be determined in remaining RWC qualifiers this year. The loser of Samoa vs Europe 2 (Spain or Portugal) will be one of them. The two others are to be Africa 2 and the winner of an Asia / Oceania play-off.

Romania at RWC 2019
The Oaks’ qualification sees them claiming the fourth of five places in Pool A. Compared against RWC 2015 it is an easier pool this time around. France, Ireland and Italy were all opponents with Canada being the only winnable match.

At RWC 2019 Romania will begin in Tokyo against Japan. A tough ask sees Romania required to play their second match on a turn-around of just three rest days. Games three and four have more than enough time for Romania to play at full strength.

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    2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan: Travel guide

    Although it is still over a year away, rugby fans around the world are already looking forward to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. It is the first time in the event’s history that it will take place outside the traditional heartland of the sport, and the first time it will be held in Asia.

    The 6-week tournament will kick off on September 20 and will finish with the final on November 2 in Yokohama Stadium. The fixtures will be played in twelve stadiums around Japan, providing rugby fans with the perfect excuse to visit a fascinating and unique country.

    Japan 2019 will be the ninth Rugby World Cup. The first ever competition was joint-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, two of Rugby’s giants, in 1987. Japan’s record may be more modest, but they will always be remembered for causing one the biggest upsets in the sport’s history. Incredibly, they beat South Africa 34-32 in the 2015 World Cup in England.

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    2019 Rugby World Cup dates

    The world cup will take place over a six-week period from September 20 to November 2. As the summer months may be uncomfortably hot in Japan, the temperatures in autumn are much more suitable for holding a sporting event, and also make for a great opportunity to enjoy the fall foliage!

    • Group matches: September 20 to October 13
    • Quarter finals: October 19 and 20
    • Semi finals: October 26 and 27
    • Bronze final: November 1
    • Final: November 2

    Where to buy tickets

    The official supporter tour packages are already on sale. Fans can purchase them through official travel agents. The packages will vary in price and what is included. They will generally include a combination of match tickets, travel, and accommodation.

    Tickets will go on general sale in September 2018, a year before the tournament starts. Fans will need to apply for tickets on the official website of the tournament. Fans can already ready register by creating an account on the website.

    There will be a ballot system for oversubscribed matches. Japanese rugby fans have a window of opportunity to buy tickets before they go on general sale.

    Getting around Japan

    Rugby fans can certainly take advantage of buying the Japan Rail Pass in advance of their trip. The pass offers team supporters unlimited access to the Japanese bullet trains (Shinkansen) which run between all the major cities including Tokyo and Yokohama.

    The JR Pass also provides access to all the other Japan Rail national trains, buses, ferries, and airport transfers to international airports like Haneda, Narita and Kansai (Osaka).

    The Japanese bullet trains are the are the fastest way to get around Japan. They can reach a speed of 320km/h (199mph) and there are nine lines which take you all around Japan.

    2019 Rugby World Cup venues

    The twelve stadiums will take traveling fans between 12 fantastic locations around Japan.

    The opening match will be held at Tokyo Stadium and the final will take place at the International Stadium, Yokohama. Here are the key facts about the 12 stadiums of the Rugby World Cup 2019.

    World Cup 2019 fixtures

    The format of the 2019 Rugby World Cup will be the same as the last four competitions. Twenty teams will be divided into four pools of five teams. The top two teams from each pool with qualify for the knockout stages.

    Group stage

    Quarterfinals (October 19-20)

    1. Winner of Pool C VS Runners-up of Pool D. 19 October 2019 at 16:15 JST in Oita Stadium.
    2. Winner of Pool B VS Runners-up of Pool A. 19 October 2019 at 19:15 JST in Tokyo Stadium.
    3. Winner of Pool D VS Runners-up of Pool C. 20 October 2019 at 16:15 JST in Stadium.
    4. Winner of Pool A VS Runners-up of Pool B. 20 October 2019 at 16:15 JST in Tokyo Stadium.

    Semi-finals

    1. Winner of Quarterfinal 1 VS Winner of Quarterfinal 2. 26 October 2019 at 17:00 JST in Yokohama Stadium.
    2. Winner of Quarterfinal 3 VS Winner of Quarterfinal 4. 26 October 2019 at 18:00 JST in Yokohama Stadium.

    Bronze final (November 1)

    Loser of Semifinal 1 VS Loser of Semifinal 2. 1 November 2019 at 18:00 JST in Tokyo Stadium.

    Winner of Semifinal 1 VS Winner of Semifinal 2.

    The final will take place in the International Stadium of Yokohama on November 2, at 18:00 JST (UTC +09).

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