Rugby World Cup 2019 Schedule Knockout: Full Fixtures and Quarter-finals Teams

The 2019 Rugby World Cup matches are confirmed, England vs Australia and New Zealand vs Ireland on October 19, Wales vs France and Japan vs South Africa on October 20, 2019. The tournament begins with an opening match between the hosts Japan and Russia. on September 20 at Ajinomoto Stadium in Chōfu, Tokyo. The ninth edition of the Rugby World Cup to be played between twenty teams across Japan. Here’s everything you need to know about Rugby World Cup 2019 matches, schedule with times, dates and locations.

The twenty teams have been divided into four Groups of five teams – Groups – A, B, C and D. Each Group will have ten games to be played in a single free-for-all format with each team playing one game against the other. nine teams. The defending champions New Zealand won the last two Rugby World Cups and will be seeking their third title.

India fans can also view the 2019 Rugby World Cup schedule, schedules in IST and the guide to view the Rugby World Cup live stream information here.

Rugby World Cup 2019 matches

Rugby World Cup 2019 matches

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will begin with the opening ceremony at the Tokyo Stadium followed by the Group A match between Japan and Russia.

Teams finishing in the top two in each group will advance to the quarter-finals, while the top three teams in each group received automatic qualification for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be held at 12 different venues in nine different cities in Japan: Chōfu, Yokohama, Fukuroi, Higashiosaka, Kumamoto, Kobe, Kumagaya, Kamaishi, Fukuoka, Sapporo, Toyota and Ōita. Here is the 2019 Rugby World Cup schedule and matches in UK time.

MATCH NO DATE POOL MATCH England Time CAMPUS
1 Friday September 20 TO Japan vs. Russia 11.45 a. M. Tokyo stadium
2 Saturday September 21 D Australia vs. Fiji 5.45 a. M. Sapporo dome
3 Saturday September 21 C France vs. Argentina 8.15 a. M. Tokyo stadium
4 Saturday September 21 B New Zealand vs South Africa 10.45 a. M. Yokohama International Stadium
5 Sunday September 22 B Italy vs. Namibia 6.15 a. M. Hanazono Rugby Stadium
6 Sunday September 22 TO Ireland vs. Scotland 8.45 a. M. Yokohama International Stadium
7 Sunday September 22 C England vs. Tonga 11.15 a. M. Sapporo dome
8 Monday, September 23 D Wales vs. Georgia 11.15 a. M. Toyota City Stadium
9 Tuesday, September 24 TO Russia vs. Samoa 11.15 a. M. Kumagaya Rugby Stadium
10 Wednesday September 25 D Fiji vs. Uruguay 6.15 a. M. Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium
eleven Thursday September 26 B Italy vs. Canada 8.45 a. M. Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
12 Thursday September 26 C England vs. United States 11.45 a. M. Kobe Misaki Stadium
13 Saturday September 28 C Argentina vs. Tonga 8.45 a. M. Hanazono Rugby Stadium
14 Saturday September 28 TO Japan vs. Ireland 11.15 a. M. Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium
fifteen Saturday September 28 B South Africa vs. Namibia 8.15 a. M. Toyota City Stadium
sixteen Sunday September 29 D Georgia vs. Uruguay 6.15 a. M. Kumagaya Rugby Stadium
17 Sunday September 29 D Australia vs. Wales 8.45 a. M. Tokyo stadium
18 Monday September 30 TO Scotland vs Samoa 11.15 a. M. Kobe Misaki Stadium
19 Wednesday, October 2 C France vs. United States 8.45 a. M. Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
twenty Wednesday, October 2 B New Zealand vs. Canada 11.15 a. M. Oita Stadium
twenty-one Thursday, October 3 D Georgia vs. Fiji 6.15 a. M. Hanazono Rugby Stadium
22 Thursday, October 3 TO Ireland vs. Russia 11.15 a. M. Kobe Misaki Stadium
23 Friday October 4 B South Africa vs. Italy 8.15 a. M. Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium
24 Saturday 5th October D Australia vs. Uruguay 6.15 a. M. Oita Stadium
25 Saturday 5th October C England vs. Argentina 9 a. M. Tokyo stadium
26 Saturday, October 5 TO Japan vs. Samoa 19:30 Toyota City Stadium
27 Sunday October 6 B New Zealand vs. Namibia 8.45 a. M. Tokyo stadium
28 Sunday October 6 C France vs. Tonga 8.45 a. M. Kumamoto Stadium
29 Tuesday October 8 B South Africa vs. Canada 11.15 a. M. Kobe Misaki Stadium
30 Wednesday October 9 C Argentina vs. United States 8.45 a. M. Kumagaya Rugby Stadium
31 Wednesday October 9 TO Scotland vs. Russia 11.15 a. M. Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium
32 Wednesday October 9 D Wales vs. Fiji 8.15 a. M. Oita Stadium
33 Friday, October 11th D Australia vs. Georgia 11.15 a. M. Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium
3. 4 Saturday October 12 B New Zealand vs. Italy 8.45 a. M. Toyota City Stadium
35 Saturday October 12 C England vs. France 9.15 a. M. Yokohama International Stadium
36 Saturday, October 12 TO Ireland vs. Samoa 11.45 a. M. Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
37 Sunday October 13 B Namibia vs. Canada 12:15 Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium
38 Sunday October 13 C United States vs. Tonga 14:45 Hanazono Rugby Stadium
39 Sunday October 13 D Wales vs. Uruguay 9.15 a. M. Kumamoto Stadium
40 Sunday October 13 TO Japan vs. Scotland 11.45 a. M. Yokohama International Stadium
41 Saturday October 19 QF1: Group CW vs. Group D RU 11.15 a. M. Oita Stadium
42 Saturday October 19 QF2: W Group B vs. UK Group A 11.15 a. M. Tokyo stadium
43 Sunday October 20 QF3: W Group D vs. RU Group C 11.15 a. M. Oita Stadium
44 Sunday October 20 QF4: W Group A vs. RU Group B 11.15 a. M. Tokyo stadium
Four. Five Saturday October 26 SF1: W QF1 vs W QF2 9 a. M. Yokohama International Stadium
46 Sunday October 27 SF2: W QF3 vs W QF4 10 a. M. Yokohama International Stadium
47 Friday, 1 November Final Bronze 10 a. M. Tokyo stadium
48 Saturday November 2 Final 10 a. M. Yokohama International Stadium

What date is the 2019 Rugby World Cup final?

The final match of Rugby World Cup 2019 will take place on November 2, 2019 at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture.

What are the groups for the 2019 Rugby World Cup?

The tournament has 20 teams that will fight in all four groups: A, B, C and D. Each group contains five teams and only two can qualify for knockouts.

Group A B Group Group C Group D
Ireland New Zealand England Australia
Scotland South Africa France Welsh
Japan Italy Argentina Georgia
Russia Namibia USA Fiji
Samoa Canada Tonga Uruguay

Where can I watch Rugby World Cup 2019?

Fans in Japan can watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup match live on Nippon TV, NHK, J Sports throughout the tournament. The games will be broadcast live in the US on NBC Sports and Univision.

ITV (free-to-air) has exclusive rights to cover the 2019 Rugby World Cup and will broadcast all 48 matches live on ITV, ITV4 and ITV Hub.