HOST CITIES

Rugby World Cup France 2023 will take place in the ten cities below, combining the finest of French culture with world-class sporting action.

SAINT DENIS (PARIS)

Stade de France

Located in Saint Denis (Paris), the Stade de France will host iconic matches, including the Final. The city will come alive with celebrations as across French capital.

BORDEAUX

Stade de Bordeaux

Famed for it’s stunning cathedrals and vineyards, the wine growing region of Bordeaux is the perfect location to soak up the French culture whilst enjoying world-class rugby.

LILLE

Stade Pierre Mauroy

Historic Lille is the ultimate location to enjoy the bustling city whilst exploring the architechure and culture of of the area.

LYON

OL Stadium

An exciting and vibrant city, with a history of hosting iconic sporting events. The OL Stadium is the third biggest in France and will provide an incredible location for Rugby World Cup matches.

MARSEILLE

Stade Vélodrome

Located in the tranquil South of France, Marseilles is know for it’s cosmopolitan vibe. The second largest city in France will be a unique experience for rugby fans.

NANTES

Stade de la Beaujoire

Known for succesfully hosting large events, including major concerts and Rugby World Cup 2007 matches, Nantes is a bustling city full of culture and history.

NICE

Stade de Nice

A popular destination for travelers all over the world, the French Riveria capital is home to a a beautiful coastline with well-known beaches and a fantastic climate.

SAINT-√ČTIENNE

Stade Geoffroy Guichard

Experience the roaring atmosphere of a stadium, in a location known for it’s exceptional fan experience at Rugby World Cup 2007 and UEFA Euro 2016.

TOULOUSE

Stadium de Toulouse

A city renowned for it’s Rugby excellence, the atmosphere will be electric during the celebrations. Immerse yourself in the passion and excitement of Rugby World Cup.
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