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RWC 2015, England -  Complete Match Fixtures & Schedule

The quadrennial Rugby Union World Championship is scheduled to start on 18th September 2015 at various locations of England where the Rugby style football was born and got a shape of a separately recognized football style game. Here is complete Rugby World Cup 2015 Schedule with all details you would like to have for the upcoming Rugby World Cup.

The first organized international competition of Rugby was played between England and Scotland in 1871. However the onset of Rugby Union World Championship came in year 1987 with International Rugby Board organizing the first Rugby Union World Cup at Australia and New Zealand. The schedule of Rugby World Cup 2015 is as per local UK timings.

rugby world cup 2015 schedule

Schedule - Rugby World Cup 2015

The eighth Rugby World Cup will run from 18th September 2015 to see the Twickenham Stadium for last match on 31st October 2015. Six weeks' long incessant Rugby fun, 20 teams, four pools, 48 back to back ravishing games across eleven cities and thirteen venues and Fanzones to add extra fun; that is what the below RWC 2015 Schedule carries.The complete schedule is shared here with to give you all match details just in one glance.

The pools indicate the four groups drawn out among the 20 teams participating the Rugby World Cup 2015. The pools or groups A through D will be playing group matches in the initial phase of the Rugby world championship. The group stage will be followed by knock out phase with four quarter finals, two semi finals, a bronze final and the concluding final match on 31st of October 2015.

Match No.

Pool
Date
Time (local UK or Wales)
Teams
Match Location
Match Venue
1
A
18th September 2015, Friday
20:00
England v Fiji
London
Twickenham Stadium
2
C
19th September 2015, Saturday
20:00
Tonga v Georgia
Gloucester
Kingsholm Stadium
3
D
19th September 2015, Saturday
14:30
Ireland v Canada
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
4
B
19th September 2015, Saturday
16:45
South Africa v Japan
Brighton
Brighton Community Stadium
5
D
19th September 2015, Saturday
20:00
France v Italy
London
Twickenham Stadium
6
B
20th September 2015, Sunday
12:00
Samoa v USA
Brighton
Brighton Community Stadium
7
A
20th September 2015 , Sunday
14:30
Wales v Uruguay
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
8
C
20th September 2015, Sunday
17:00
New Zealand v Argentina
London
Wembley Stadium
9
B
23rd September 2015, Wednesday
14:30
Scotland v Japan
Gloucester
Kingsholm Stadium
10
A
23rd September 2015, Wednesday
17:00
Australia v Fiji
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
11
D
23rd September 2015, Wednesday
20:00
France v Romania
London
Olympic Stadium
12
C
24th September 2015, Thursday
20:00
New Zealand v Namibia
London
Olympic Stadium
13
C
25th September 2015, Friday
17:00
Argentina v Georgia
Gloucester
Kingsholm Stadium
14
D
26th September 2015, Saturday
14:30
Italy v Canada
Leeds
Elland Road
15
B
26th September 2015, Saturday
17:00
South Africa v Samoa
Birmingham
Villa Park
16
A
26th September 2015, Saturday
20:00
England v Wales
London
Twickenham Stadium
17
A
27th September 2015, Sunday
12:00
Australia v Uruguay
Birmingham
Villa Park
18
B
27th September 2015, Sunday
14:30
Scotland v USA
Leeds
Elland Road
19
D
27th September 2015, Sunday
17:00
Ireland v Romania
London
Wembley Stadium
20
C
29th Setpember 2015, Tuesday
17:00
Tonga v Namibia
Exeter
Sandy Park
21
A
1st October 2015, Thursday
17:00
 Wales v Fiji
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
22
D
1st October 2015, Thursday
20:00
France v Canada
Milton Keynes
Stadium MK
23
C
2nd October 2015, Friday
20:00
New Zealand v Georgia
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
24
B
3rd October 2015, Saturday
14:30
Samoa v Japan
Milton Keynes
Stadium MK
25
B
3rd October 2015, Saturday
17:00
South Africa v Scotland
Newcastle
St James' Park
26
A
3rd October 2015, Saturday
20:00
England v Australia
London
Twickenham Stadium
27
C
4th October 2015, Sunday
14:30
Argentina v Tonga
Leicester
Leicester City Stadium
28
D
4th October 2015, Sunday
17:00
Ireland v Italy
London
Olympic Stadium
29
D
6th October 2015, Tuesday
17:00
Canada v Romania
Leicester
Leicester City Stadium
30
A
6th October 2015, Tuesday
20:00
Fiji v Uruguay
Milton Keynes
Stadium MK
31
B
7th October 2015, Wednesday
17:00
South Africa v USA
London
Olympic Stadium
32
C
7th October 2015, Wednesday
20:00
Namibia v Georgia
Exeter
Sandy Park
33
C
9th October 2015, Friday
20:00
New Zealand v Tonga
Newcastle
St James' Park
34
B
10th October 2015, Saturday
14:30
Samoa v Scotland
Newcastle
St James' Park
35
A
10th October 2015, Saturday
17:00
Australia v Wales
London
Twickenham Stadium
36
A
10th October 2015, Saturday
20:00
England v Uruguay
Manchester
Manchester City Stadium
37
C
11th October 2015, Sunday
12:00
Argentina v Namibia
Leicester
Leicester City Stadium
38
D
11th October 2015, Sunday
14:30
Italy v Romania
Exeter
Sandy Park
39
D
11th October 2015, Sunday
17:00
France v Ireland
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
40
B
11th October 2015, Sunday
20:00
USA v Japan
Gloucester
Kingsholm Stadium
41

17th October 2015, Saturday
16:00
Quarterfinal-1: W Pool B v RU Pool A
London
Twickenham Stadium
42

17th October 2015, Saturday
20:00
Quarterfinal-2: W Pool C v RU Pool D
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
43

18th October 2015, Sunday
13:00
Quarterfinal-3: W Pool D v RU Pool C
Cardiff
Millennium Stadium
44

18th October 2015, Sunday
16:00
Quarterfinal-4: W Pool A v RU Pool B
London
Twickenham Stadium
45

24th October 2015, Saturday
16:00
Semifinal-1: W QF1 v W QF2
London
Twickenham Stadium
46

25th October 2015, Sunday
16:00
Semifinal - 2: W QF3 v W QF4
London
Twickenham Stadium
47

30th October 2015, Friday
20:00
Bronze Final
London
Olympic Stadium
48

31st October 2015, Saturday
16:00
Final
London
Twickenham Stadium



Schedule Rugby World Cup 2015

Rugby World Cup 2015 Venues & Teams

Majority of Rugby world cup 2015 matches will be played at the Twickenham Stadium of London. Total of thirteen stadiums will be staging the games of Rugby world cup 2015. As the Rugby World Cup 2015 Schedule shared in this post shows, beside Twickenham Stadium, Olympic stadium, Kingsholm, St. James Park, Manchester City, Leicester City, Sandy Park, Wimbley, Ellan Road, Villa Park and Brighton Community stadiums are also going to be Rugby hubs during the tournament in England. The record four bids were received to host this season's Rugby World Cup i.e from England, Japan, Italy and South Africa. While England won the bid for 2015 RWC, Japan will be hosting the next RWC to be held in year 2019.

Though the event is being hosted by England, Millennium Stadium located in Wales has been selected as one of the Venue due to its strategic location and capacity. All participating teams of this season of Rugby World Cup 2015 were also contestants of 2011 RWC except one alteration of Russia being replaced by Uruguay now. You can get rugby world cup 2015 live streaming from our website. The 2015 Rugby Union World Championship is one of the great sports event of the world and is expected to make a record 650 million pounds of revenues which will be further utilized for expansion of Rugby game in countries like Brazil, Germany and USA. We will be publishing more on broadcasting and live streaming of this event too.

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