8 Sep-28 Oct, 2023
Rugby World Cup France 2023
Your travel experience starts here. Embrace the beauty, culture and passion of France 2023 with an official travel package or tour, the best way to get closer to the action.
Official Travel Authorised Sub-Agent
Who are we?
Simply put, we’re travel experts and huge rugby fans. Rugby World Cup is one of our favourite events and we drop everything for it. France 2023 promises to be a record-setting event and the biggest since covid-19. The mission is to reconnect and inspire; and that’s how we want you to feel, achieved through our carefully designed packages and tours. We hope you’ll join us for a world-class travel experience.
Read more about us
This will be our 8th Rugby World Cup, starting way back at RWC 1995 in South Africa, and most recently we took thousands of fans to the unique cities of Japan as an Official Travel Agent for Japan 2019. We plan on using our decades of experience to put together an impressive range of official travel packages and tours for France 2023, carefully designed and great value, with something for everyone. Our official travel packages and tours will include guaranteed official tickets, hospitality, accommodation, transport, sightseeing experiences, functions, events and much more.
As always, we pride ourselves on flexibility, allowing fans to create their own unique itinerary by bundling multiple Match Packages together or to sit back and relax on an Escorted Tour. Whichever way you decide to do it, the team at Events Travel will be here to ensure you have safe, unique and unforgettable experience at Rugby World Cup 2023. Vive les blues!
We’re accredited by IATA, ATAS, AFTA and IAGTO, see our accreditations page.
An intro to RWC 2023
The third biggest sporting event in the world.
Dates and venues
Starting 8 September, 2023, 48 matches will be played at 10 host cities across France. Finals start 14 October in Marseille and Paris with the final to be held at Stade de France in Paris on 28 October.
Pools and teams
More about the history
The first Rugby World Cup, held in 1987, was hosted by Australia and New Zealand, with New Zealand taking home the inaugural Webb Ellis Cup dominating France at Eden Park in Auckland. Since then, New Zealand, along with South Africa, have won the most World Cup’s, both with three wins, while France and England have both been runner-up on three occasions (England has one win in Australia in 2003). Learn more about Rugby World Cup history.
Ticket-inclusive official travel packages and tours.
Designed for independent travellers, pick-and-choose key matches or bundle multiple Match Packages together to save and create your own unique itinerary.
- Official match tickets
- Functions and events
- Official supporters merchandise
All products can be customised with additional travel services including official hospitality, flights, other accommodation, transport, travel insurance and more tailored for individuals, groups and corporates.
Top eight finishers at RWC 2019 (in order).
Coming soon with product release.
Reviews from real customers
Join the tribe as we head to our eighth World Cup.
Get behind your team and explore France
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