Rugby World Cup - Group Stage 2019
The 2019 Rugby World Cup is just around the corner and fans are booking their tickets to be there in Japan to see who will be crowned 2019 Rugby World Champions. Here at Ticketbis you can find a range of Rugby World Cup - Group Stage tickets so you can be there in person and see who will progress to the World Cup quarter-finals. The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be the ninth edition of the tournament and also the first time that the Rugby World Cup is hosted in Asia. It is also the first time that the World Cup will be hosted outside of the traditional rugby heartlands of Europe, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. If you want to go to Japan 2019, then hurry up and buy your Rugby World Cup tickets here at Ticketbis!
Rugby World Cup - Group Stage teams
Nearly all the teams for the Rugby World Cup have been decided and we now know, more or less, who will be facing off against whom in the group stages of the 2019 tournament in Japan. After Russia replaced Romania due to the fielding of illegible players, seventeen teams have now qualified and there are still three places up for grabs. Germany or Portugal will face off against Pacific Islanders Samoa to decide the winner of the Europe/Oceania playoff. The Africa qualifying is yet to be finalized, as well as the Repechage competition. Below are the four World Cup groups and the teams in each group. There are some fascinating matchups, especially New Zealand vs South Africa and England, France & Argentina fighting it out in the same group.
- Group A: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia & Europe/Oceania playoff winner
- Group B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Africa qualifying winner & Repechage winner
- Group C: England, France, Argentina, United States, Tonga
- Group D: Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji & Uruguay
With so many exciting world cup matches to look forward to, buy your Rugby World Cup - Group Stage tickets and be there in Japan in 2019.
Who will make it to the Quarter-Finals?
The objective for the Rugby World Cup - Group Stage teams is to make it out of their groups and progress to the Quarter Finals. With five teams in each group and only the top two teams progressing to the next RWC stage, matches are intense and passions are high as so much is at stake. There have been some great group stage upsets over the years and 2019 will surely be the stage for even more. Few people will forget Japan's victory over South Africa in 2015 and Fiji's epic 38-34 win over Wales in 2007. What will 2019 bring? Buy RWC 2019 tickets and see for yourself!