Ticket sales for Rugby World Cup 2015 to open September 12

Thursday, July 24th, 2014. Filed under: Destinations Sports & Recreation
In 2015, 20 nations will compete in the Rugby World Cup to win its trophy, the Webb Ellis Cup. © AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI

In 2015, 20 nations will compete in the Rugby World Cup to win its trophy, the Webb Ellis Cup.

(Relaxnews) – While the World Cup excitement has already come and gone for soccer fans, rugby enthusiasts still have plenty to look forward to, starting with the launch of ticket sales for the next Rugby World Cup. From September 12, official vendors will begin selling a total of 500,000 tickets to the English and Welsh stadiums hosting the tournament in 2015.

One of the top sporting events of 2015, the Rugby World Cup will be hosted by a nation with strong ties to the oval ball: England. Wales will also host some of the matches.

From September 12 to 29, fans will be able to log onto the ticket sales platform at www.rugbyworldcup.com to claim their seats at one of the 48 matches in the tournament.

Prices vary according to seating category, and special rates apply for children. A seat at the opening match between England and Oceania, for example, will cost £15 for a child and around £315 for an adult in Category A. Tickets to the finals on Saturday, October 31 with Category A seating can cost as much as £715 per adult.

To be sure not to miss out on any announcements during the ticket sales, fans can sign up for the Front Row, the event’s official newsletter.

The Rugby World Cup will take place from Friday, September 18 through Saturday, October 31, 2015.


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