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Rugby World Cup 2019

Various Venues, around Japan

Friday 20 September to Saturday 2 November 2019

The wait is finally over and in 2019 the Rugby World Cup will head to Asia for the first ever time as Japan hosts this special tournament!

Taking place at 12 stadiums around this stunning country over six weeks in the Land of the Rising Sun, the event is sure to be one to leave lifelong memories for every rugby fan that attends.

The tournament will begin with the opening match, Japan vs Russia at the impressive Tokyo Stadium on Friday 20 September and will end on Saturday 2 November with the Final at the International Stadium in Yokohama.

Euro Events will have a number of fantastic VIP Ticket, Travel and Accommodation options available to make your trip to the Rugby World Cup in Japan a memorable one!

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Whether you choose to attend just a few games, take a journey of a lifetime travelling around the country for the whole tournament or make your way out for the much anticipated Final, 2019’s Rugby World Cup promises to be one of the highlights and most popular sporting events of the calendar.

With one of our travel and tickets package arrangements you and your guests are sure to enjoy this event in real VIP style. Choose from charter flight options with 4* hotel accommodation up to private VIP travel and luxurious hotels and private accommodation for a truly unforgettable trip.

We can also provide travel to and from each venue from around the country, evening entertainment including cultural visits, dinners and tours of historical sites.

The draw for the 2019 Rugby World Cup has thrown up a number of mouthwatering group stage matches, the groups can be seen below.

 

Pool A

Ireland
Scotland
Japan
Russia
Samoa

Pool B

New Zealand
South Africa
Italy
Namibia
Repechage winner

Pool C

England
France
Argentina
USA
Tonga

Pool D

Australia
Wales
Georgia
Fiji
Uruguay

 

Eddie Jones’ England side will be hopeful that they can transfer the recent Six Nations form to Japan as they look to repeat the success of 2003 and bring home a second Rugby World Cup.

If they are to do so they are sure to come up against some stern opposition which could come in the form of a very strong All Blacks side, along with Australia, Ireland, South Africa & Wales.

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Optional extras will be available to add to your booking including excursions around the country and VIP private travel options. Please contact us for details.

Please note all packages are subject to change and availability at time of booking.

 
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