The Romanian National Rugby team has made it to the 2019 Rugby World Cup to be held in Japan from September.
The Sunday’s loss of Spain to Belgium in the Rugby Europe Championship has paved the way for Romania to qualify for the world cup. After Spain’s loss of 18 to 10 in Belgium, Romania got the Europe 1 ticket to head to Japan. Read more “Romania Make It”
After Japan hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2019, the next world cup will be held in France in 2023. The organizing committee of the 2023 Rugby World Cup has been formed and inaugurated.
The inaugural function took place in Paris just before the England and the France match on Saturday. There was a formal ceremonial signing executed between French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and the Fédération Française de Rugby (FFR) President Bernard Laporte. The Rugby World Cup 2023 organizing committee function was attended by the Chief Executive of World Rugby Brett Gosper and the World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont. Read more “Organizing Committee Of 2023 Rugby World Cup Inaugurated”
Huge economic benefits are expected from any World Cup event of the nation hosting the prestigious tournament. According to market analysts, the economic impact of 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan may not be as huge as that’s been projected by the sporting bodies.
The investors In Japan might experience some improvement in the market just after the Rugby World Cup, but the older trends prove that there will not be any lasting growth in the economy. Read more “Negligible Economic Impact?”
Jamie Roberts is fully aware that he has to fight tooth and nail to secure a place in the Wales World Cup rugby squad going to Japan. Roberts did not feature in the Wales Squad for the Six Nations.
The Wales coach Warren Gatland wanted to field young players in the team to try out an expensive game plan. The new players of the Wales team played very well and they won three of five games. The team finished in the second place in the Six Nations event. Read more “Roberts Dying To Be In Wales 2019 World Cup Rugby Team”
With the 2014 Brazil World Cup now just days away, there is no greater opportunity than now to assess some of the best odds and prices available for the competition this summer. One market that always offers particular intrigue is that of the Golden Boot market, as with each World Cup there are entirely new contenders for the award that goes to the player who hits the target the most time across the tournament. Here are our best bets for the Golden Boot market:
Neymar – 12/1 – Coral, William Hill Read more “World Cup 2014 Golden Boot Winner”
FIFA has confirmed that Curitiba will remain as one of the stadiums set to host important matches at the upcoming World Cup. It was heavily expected that FIFA would drop the stadium from the list of host cities, as they have failed to comply with the December 31 deadline to hand over the stadiums to FIFA.
Brazil has been suffering from huge delays even with basic aspects like stadium completion. Further attributes like transport and infrastructure still remain inadequate to handle the amount of fans expected to arrive in Brazil in June. Read more “FIFA BACK CURITIBIA”