Sports Travel and Hospitality Group (STH) secures Great Britain Hospitality Agent appointment for Rugby World Cup France 2023
STH is thrilled to announce its appointment as Great Britain’s exclusive official hospitality sales agent for Rugby World Cup France 2023. STH has been appointed by DAIMANI, who are the International Official Hospitality Agent for Rugby World Cup France 2023. To enquire about purchasing Official Hospitality packages, please register your interest here.
STH is the company behind the award-winning travel and hospitality programmes at Rugby World Cups 2007, 2011, 2015 and 2019. With such a long and rich history, STH is perfectly positioned to provide Official Hospitality packages for British fans travelling to France to enjoy this iconic tournament.
STH is the exclusive agent in Great Britain and therefore the only place for British fans to purchase their hospitality packages. Official Hospitality will be available across the ten host cities, in all nine venues, including the semi-finals and the final. An extensive programme of hospitality options are available to suit all needs, all featuring exquisite local cuisine and high-quality hospitality, with the French touch of elegance.
STH Chairman and CEO Chris John said. “The appointment of STH as Great Britain’s exclusive hospitality sales agent for Rugby World Cup 2023 is an exciting project for the whole team. As the world returns to normal with fans filling stadiums globally, there couldn’t be a better time to be involved again. Rugby World Cup is a very special tournament and France 2023 will be an exceptional experience.”
With packages due to launch imminently, fans can register their interest with STH here and be the first to buy their Official Hospitality packages for Rugby World Cup France 2023.
ABOUT RUGBY WORLD CUP FRANCE 2023:
Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place in France from 8 September-28 October with matches played in nine venues across 10 host cities. The tournament will be the 10th men’s Rugby World Cup and the second to be hosted by France after a memorable event in 2007.
RWC 2023 will take place in a year when the sport celebrates 200 years since Rugby School pupil William Webb Ellis was credited with inventing the game of rugby football by showing “a fine disregard for the rules” in catching the ball and running with it in 1823.
The showpiece event in men’s 15s, Rugby World Cup 2023 will feature 20 teams with 48 matches played across 51 days.