November 29, 2021

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France-New Zealand Open: Discover the official calendar for the 2023 Rugby World Cup

The blues were finally fixed. The 2023 Rugby World Cup schedule was released in Paris this Friday as France’s XV postponed the six-nation match against Scotland, with several cases of the Covid-19 and the staff of the French team postponed. At the Palace Frankhiyard on December 14, the draw is yet to be determined between New Zealand, Italy and the two countries in the United States and Africa.

This Friday, we know more about the series of matches in the group stages. So, the Blues will start the State de France match against the All-Blocks on September 8, with Italy facing Africa 1 (Editor’s note: Winner of the Rugby Africa Cup of 2022) on September 9 at the St Jeffrey-Quizard in Saint-Etienne. France XV then play against USA 1 (Editor’s note: winner of the Americas Rugby Championship) on September 14 at the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in Lille, against New Zealand Africa 1 the next day at Toulouse Stadium.

On the third day, the day after the Italy-USA 1 clash in Nice, the Blues will play Africa 1 at the State Velotrome in Marseille on September 21st. America 1 and Africa 1 will meet on September 27 in Park OL, while Italy will try to disrupt All-Blocks in the same Park OL on September 29. Italy discovers France on October 6, the last day in Lyon, the day after New Zealand-America 1.

Other interesting lessons to be learned from this revelation of the 2023 World Cup calendar are the clashes between England and Argentina on the first day of Pool D on September 9 at the State Velotrom or on Pool C between Wales and Australia on September 24 at OL. South Africa-Scotland on September 10 in Marseille and Ireland-Scotland on October 7 in Pool B.

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Pool a

France-New Zealand, September 8, 2023 at the State de France in Saint-Denis.

Italy-Africa 1, September 9 at the Jeffrey Quizard Stadium in Saint-Etienne.

France-US 1, September 14 at the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in Lille.

New Zealand-Africa 1, September 15 at Toulouse Stadium.

Italy-USA 1, September 20 in the State of Nice.

France-Africa 1, September 21 at the State Velotrom in Marseille.

USA 1-Africa 1, September 27 at Park OL in Lyon.

New Zealand-Italy, September 29 at Park OL in Lyon.

New Zealand-USA 1, October 5 Park OL in Lyon.

France-Italy, October 6 at Park OL in Lyon.

Pool b

Ireland-Europe 2, September 9 Matmot-Atlantic in Bordeaux.

South Africa-Scotland, September 10 at the State Velotrom in Marseille.

Ireland-Asia / Pacific 1, September 16 at Peugeot Ground in Nantes.

South Africa-Europe 2, September 17 Matmot-Atlantic in Bordeaux.

South Africa-Ireland, September 23 in the State de France in Saint-Denis.

Scotland-Asia / Pacific 1, September 24 in the State of Nice.

Scotland-Europe 2, September 30 at the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in Lille.

South Africa-Asia / Pacific 1, October 1 at the State Velotrome in Marseille.

Ireland-Scotland, October 7 in the State de France in Saint-Denis.

Asia / Pacific 1-Europe 2, October 8 at the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in Lille.

Pool c

Australia-Europe 1, September 9 at the State de France in Saint-Denis.

Wales-Fiji, September 10 Matmot-Atlantic in Bordeaux.

Wales-Winner Qualification, September 16 at State de Nice.

Australia-Fiji, September 17 at the Jeffrey Quizard Stadium in Saint-Etienne.

Europe 1- Qualifier, September 23 at Toulouse Stadium.

Wales-Australia, September 24 at Park OL in Lyon.

Fitzgerald-Europe 1, September 30 Matmot-Atlantic in Bordeaux.

Australia-Winner Qualifications, October 1 at Jeffrey Quizard Stadium in Saint-Etienne.

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Wales-Europe 1, October 7 at Peugeot Stadium in Nantes.

Fiji-Winner Qualification, October 8 at Toulouse Stadium.

Pool d

UK-Argentina September 9 at the State Velotrom in Marseille.

Japan-USA 2, September 10 at Toulouse Stadium.

Oceania 1-USA 2, October 16 Matmot-Atlantic in Bordeaux.

England-Japan, September 17 at State de Nice.

Argentina-Oceania 1, September 22 at the Jeffrey-Guizard Stadium in Saint-Etienne.

England-USA 2, September 23 at the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in Lille.

Japan-Oceania 1, September 28 at Toulouse Stadium.

Argentina-USA 2, September 30 at Peugeot Stadium in Nantes.

England-Oceania 1, October 7 at the Pierre-Mauroy Stadium in Lille.

Japan-Argentina, October 8 at Peugeot Stadium in Nantes.

According to the final schedule, Pool C will face off against Pool T’s second Pool D in the first quarter on October 14 at the State Voltrome. The first quarter of Pool B in the second quarter will face Pool D in the third quarter final and the second face will face Pool C in the second. Finally, the first from Pool A and the second from Pool B will face each other in the last quarter. Thus, France XV may face Scotland, Ireland or South Africa, depending on their classification, even from the quarterfinals.

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