Rugby World Cup 2023 Schedule, Draw, Fixtures, Teams & Tickets

The Women’s Rugby World Cup is scheduled to start from September 18 to October 16, 2023. The Women’s Rugby World Cup will be held in New Zealand, it will be the 9th Women’s World Cup and for the first Once in its history, a World Cup will be held. hosted by a country in the southern hemisphere. Before the event, here is the Rugby World Cup 2023 schedule, draw, teams and tickets.

The pool stage draw is scheduled for November 20, 2020. The draw will take place at the SkyCity Theater in Auckland and the draw will be broadcast live to rugby fans around the world via the World Rugby digital channels.


The World Cup will see a total of 12 teams competing for the title. Of the 12 teams, 7 teams have automatically qualified for the tournament, while South Africa Fiji qualified through their regional qualification process.

However, the teams for the remaining 3 spots have yet to be decided. The list of teams that will participate in the World Cup next year is as follows.

No. Equipment type of qualification
1 New Zealand Host
2 Canada Qualified automatically
3 United States of America Qualified automatically
4 Australia Qualified automatically
5 England Qualified automatically
6 France Qualified automatically
7 Welsh Qualified automatically
8 Fiji African regional qualifications
9 South Africa Oceania Regional Ratings
10 TBA Americas Regional Ratings
eleven TBA Asia Regional Ratings
12 TBA Europe Regional Ratings

The seven teams that have qualified automatically are because they finished in the top 7 at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

Rugby World Cup 2023 Schedule

The 2023 Rugby World Cup match will be released after November 20, 2020, after the draw is complete.

However, there are 4 groups in which teams qualify for the draw according to their seeded rankings. Therefore, the list of 4 groups is as follows.

Group 1: New Zealand, England, Canada
Group 2: France, Australia, United States
Group 3: Wales, European qualifier winner, South Africa
Group 4: Asia Qualifier Winner, Fiji, Oceania Qualifier Winner

Rugby League World Cup 2023 (RLWC2021) Tickets

There is good news for rugby fans as the organizers will provide the tickets for the Rugby World Cup 2023.

They are providing 20,021 free tickets due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ticket prices are below £ 50. Tickets for the RLWC2023 wheelchair tournaments are £ 2.21 for children and £ 10 for adults.


By coming to the venues, there will be 3 venues for the tournament. The list of places is as follows.

Stadium Place Capacity
Eden Park Auckland 60,000
Semenoff Stadium Whangarei 30,000
Waitakere Stadium Auckland 4,900

RLWC2023 station list

Sky Sports is the global broadcaster for Rugby World Cup 2023.

Country Channel
Australia Foxtel
Canada TSN, RDS
France Eurosport, France Televisions
Ireland Eir Sport, RTE
New Zealand Spark Sport, TVNZ
United Kingdom ITV
USA NBC Sports, Univision Deportes

Disclaimer: Please note that the Rugby World Cup 2023 schedule, draw and match dates are confirmed by the officials, although they are subject to change.

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