Tickets are now on sale for the Rugby World Cup
2019 repechage at Stade Delort, Marseille – the tournament that
will deliver the 20th and final team to Japan 2019.
Canada, Kenya and Germany will compete in a round-robin format
event to be played across three match days on Sunday 11 November,
Saturday 17 November and Friday 23 November 2018.
The winner will slot into Pool B at RWC 2019
alongside defending champions New Zealand, South Africa, Italy and
There are two matches per match day and tickets
are priced at 8 euros and 16 euros per day, and can be purchased
The repechage tournament is a new concept for
Rugby World Cup qualification and represents the last opportunity
for a team to qualify for Japan 2019 with four nations fighting it
out to secure the 20th and final place at the Rugby World Cup.
World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont said, "The
repechage tournament is going to be a very hotly-contested event
with the ultimate prize of a place at the Rugby World Cup at
stake. Marseille can look forward to three match days of thrilling
rugby between nations from four different continents."
President of the FFR, Bernard Laporte, added,
"Marseille has shown many times that it is a city of rugby. Stade
Delort will be the perfect setting to host this repechage
tournament, where the stakes are high for the four teams as a
place at Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan awaits the winner. I am
sure that the event will capture the imagination of fans and
Marseille will welcome the fans and teams warmly."
Pictures from 2019 Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong
Pictures from 2018 Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens,
Pictures from 2017 Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens,
Pictures from 2016 Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong
Pictures of Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2015,
Pictures of the Asia Rugby Sevens Olympic Games Qualifier in Hong
Pictures of Singha Thailand Sevens 2015,
Pictures from the 2013 British & Irish Lions Tour in Hong Kong,
Pictures of Hong Kong Sevens 2014,
Pictures of Hong Kong Sevens 2013,
of Chartis Cup 2012 and
Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2012.
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