The France rugby team has taken part in every rugby world cup since the start of the world cup in 1987. They are one of five teams to have reached the final three times (1987, 1999 and 2011 ) but lost the tournament and finished second each time. They have reached at least the quarter-finals in all competitions.
France hosted the 2007 tournament and joined Ireland and Great Britain in 1991. They also hosted a few matches for the 1999 event, with Wales as the main host. France will host again in 2023
Preparation for the Rugby World Cup France 2023
Preparations by the organizing committee for France 2023 and World Rugby have accelerated since the success of the Japanese hosts.
It started in 2018 with the reveal of the RWC 2023 logo and brand identity, followed by the unveiling of Pool Draw in late 2019, and continued to culminate with the signing of the first commercial partnerships this year. In Paris, the headquarters of the organizing committee was unveiled and nine host cities across the country had the honour of being selected as the team’s official base camps.
The cities, from Lille in the north to Nice in the south, via Saint-Étienne, Nantes, Marseille, Toulouse and Lyon, will host 20 teams for 48 matches. An inspiring manifesto, “Let’s move the lines!” is debuting to mobilize young people, unite regions and communities, and promote unity through diversity. Beyond that, the values of rugby are celebrated within the framework of the national and international community.
Rendez-vous en the France en 2023’
Social networks are activated with the launch of “Rendez-vous en France en 2023”: a promotional video that pays tribute to France and rugby in all its diversity (culture, tourism and geography). It has been viewed over 1.7 million times.
Over one million fans have already subscribed to the #WEARE2023 database in preparation for the opening of tickets in March 2021. One of the main objectives of the Organizing Committee is to ensure that RWC 2023 be both a success and a sporting event. for travelling.
To this finished, the World Cup of Rugby and Atout France have entered into a partnership. The objective is to take the Cup beyond sport by offering French visitors a complete and unique experience: the discovery of the country through writing, its diversity, its cultural identity, and its historical sites and monuments. 2023 marks 200 years of rugby and a rare opportunity to put French gastronomy, culture and local products at the forefront of the world stage.
Tournament – Booked trip to France for the 2023 Rugby World Cup
The Nine French cities across the country will host the France 2023 Rugby World Cup matches. Here are some of the fun you can have with them.
- Culinary exploration: Visit Epicure, a three-star Michelin restaurant. Or give Guy Savoy a chance.
- Immerse yourself in history by Entering the French History Museum.
- Get a taste of culture: attend the Moulin Rouge cabaret show.
- Live like a local: visit the museum Louvre late at night.
- Gastronomic discovery: Dine at Olive & Artichoke in Old Nice.
- Immerse yourself in history by Admiring the magnificent interior of the Saint-Nicolas Basilica in Nice.
- A taste of culture: Marvel at the artistry of The Carnival of Nice (held in February).
- Live like the local: Stroll along the waterfront or stroll along the pebble beach.
- Culinary discovery: Savor the bouillabaisse in a top-of-the-range restaurant in Marseille.
- Immerse yourself in history by Strolling through the Old Port, where the city was founded around 600 BC.
- A taste of the culture: Enjoy Mediterranean history at the state-of-the-art MuCEM museum.
- Live like the local: dive into the turquoise waters of the Calanques National Park.
- Gastronomic discovery: Dine at L’Étable, a stone’s throw from rue Royale.
- Immerse yourself in history by Immersing yourself in the surroundings of La Grande Place, the meeting place.
- Get a taste of the culture: Admire the paintings and figurines of the Museum of Fine Arts.
- Live like the local: Get fresh industrial from the local Wazemmes market.
- Gastronomic discoveries: discover regional products at the Halles de Lyon, on the boulevard de la Croix-Rousse and at the Marché Paysan de Saint-Antoine. Or try something new with the traditional family cork.
- Immerse yourself in history by Exploring Notre-Dame de Fourvière.
- A taste of the culture: visit the Gallo-Roman Amphitheatre.
- Live like a local: Go out for lunch, stay for dinner
The key figures of the Rugby World Cup France 2023
- 600,000 foreign visitors
- 45 days of competitive
- 209 Number of countries covered
- The Rugby World Cup
- More than 3,000 media representatives are expected in France
- Coverage of the 10th World Cup
List of luxury Rugby World Cup France 2023 hotels
- Le Golfe
- Hotel d’Europe
- Kube Saint-Tropez
- La Clef Tour Eiffel Paris
- La Villa Mauresque
- Paris Marriott Champs Elysees Hotel
- Le Mas Candille
- Le Castel Marie-Louise
- Hotel de Berri, a Luxury Collection Hotel, in Paris
- Ritz Paris
- Hotel L’Ile de la Lagune
- Jiva Hill Resort
- Hotel Barriere Lille
- Hotel Parc Victoria
- Le Chateau des Alpilles
- Castelbrac Hotel & Spa
- Auberge de Cassagne & Spa
- Coquillade Provence Resort & Spa