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Individual tickets for Rugby World Cup 2023 to go on sale

Rugby fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for individual matches at the Rugby World Cup 2023 from tomorrow (Tuesday).

A pre-sale period of 24 hours will be reserved for members of the 2023 Family tomorrow, with the general public able to purchase tickets from Thursday, September 15.

Tickets for all 48 matches in the tournament and all price categories will be made available for 2023 Family members and the general public. This includes the opening match between France and New Zealand, and the final, which will be held on October 28 next year at the Stade de France.

In total, there will be over 200,000 tickets available to purchase, starting at €10 (£9/$9) for pool matches and €40 for the knock-out phase. Each buyer will be able to purchase a maximum of six tickets in total, including a maximum of four tickets for a single knock-out match.

This sales phase will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans are also advised by the organisers that tickets should only be bought from official platforms.

France vs New Zealand (the opening match) will set fans back between €80 and €550, while Japan vs Chile in the group stages will cost between €28 and €116. Wales vs Fiji in the pool games will cost between €45 and €216. England vs Japan will start at €75, with the most expensive ticket costing €300 and a ticket to watch Scotland take on South Africa will cost between €45 and €216 in the pool stages.

For the knock-out phases, ticket prices will range between €75 and €210, with the semi-finals costing between €80 and €550. The bronze final will set fans back between €40 and €176 and the final will cost from €100 to €950.

When purchasing tickets, fans will also have the possibility to make a donation to Rugby au Cœur, the official charity of Rugby World Cup 2023.

The Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place in France from September 8 until October 28 next year.

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