RUGBY WORLD CUP JAPAN 日本 2019 Yokohama will host the final match!

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RUGBY WORLD CUP JAPAN 日本 2019 Yokohama will host the final match!

RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019TM

FRIDAY 20 SEPTEMBER ~ SATURDAY 02 NOVEMBER

Opening Ceremony:FRIDAY 20 SEPTEMBER / Tokyo Stadium

Final:Sat 02 Nov 18:00 - / International Stadium Yokohama

The Rugby World Cup is one of the three biggest sporting events in the world, on par with the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup.

During the 2019 RWC in Japan, Yokohama will host a total of seven matches: the final match, both semi-final matches, and four pool matches.

International Stadium Yokohama will serve as the venue for Japanese national team games as well as matchups between powerhouse teams from other countries, making for intense matches that will be watched the world over.

Final match of the 2015 RWC in England

Rugby World Cup 2019™ Match ScheduleInternational Stadium Yokohama

Sat 21 Sept18:45BNew Zealand v South Africa
Sun 22 Sept16:45AIreland v Scotland
Sat 12 Oct17:15CEngland v France
Sun 13 Oct19:45AJapan v Scotland

KNOCK OUT PHASE

Sat 26 Oct17:00SF1: W QF1 v W QF2
Sun 27 Oct18:00SF2: W QF3 v W QF4

FINAL

Sat 02 Nov18:00Final

FANZONE KANAGAWA,YOKOHAMARUGBY WORLD CUP(TM) JAPAN日本 2019

Rugby World Cup 2019™ FAN ZONE in KANAGAWA・YOKOHAMA

Event Date

9/20,21,22,28,29

10/5,6,12,13,19,20,26,27

11/1,2

Venue

Rinko Park(1-1-1, Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama)

Admission fee

Free

Yokohama,Kanagawa Sightseeing Information

Directions to International Stadium Yokohama JR Yokohama Line:14 minutes walk,Blue Line:12 minutes walk,JR Yokohama Line:7minutes walk

A fanzone will be available in the Minato Mirai area, which is just 15 minutes by subway from Shin-Yokohama Station. This exciting zone will offer a variety of attractions including food, traditional culture, and entertainment, so stop by before and after the matches to experience the thrills of Yokohama tourism for yourself!

Outside of Yokohama, other parts of Kanagawa Prefecture have a lot to offer as well. Kamakura, a city established by warriors around 800 years ago, once served as Japan's capital. It is home to numerous Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples and offers visitors the chance to personally experience traditional Zen Buddhist culture—once the central philosophy of samurai themselves. Hakone, on the other hand, is one of Japan's most famous hot spring resorts and offers breathtaking views of Mount Fuji from across the waters of Lake Ashinoko. We hope you will visit these exciting destinations between rugby matches!

Yokohama Sightseeing Information
YOKOHAMA OFFICIAL VISITORS' GUIDE
Kanagawa Sightseeing Information
Tokyo Day Trip

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