The fire, the passion, the pride.
The rugby’s pretty good right now, don't you think?
The opening round of the Rugby World Cup offered up some truly memorable clashes, with plenty of action and drama to unpack.
The premier international rugby tournament in the world often brings out the best in players, and the first round of matches at the 2023 Rugby World Cup was no exception.
What a weekend, eh?
Fiji and Wales played out an instant Rugby World Cup classic in the Bordeaux heat this evening.
Arguably the most wide-open pool in this year’s Rugby World Cup, the two teams that will advance out of Pool C are by no means set in stone.
Reigning world champion South Africa put on a clinic in Cardiff to thump Wales 52-16 with a mightily impressive showing.
As each week passes, we come one step closer to the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
The countdown is on, and the final preparations are being made.
The wheels, they keep on turning. In the ever-expanding universe of rugby fixtures, attention quickly is shifting toward the Rugby World Cup.
Predicting who will win the Men’s Rugby World Cup is always a tough ask, especially when numerous high-profile teams are in the running. This year there are four genuine contents who all could lift the esteemed trophy – Ireland, France, South Africa and New Zealand.
The 2023 Rugby World Cup begins in September as the top ranked national teams in the world gather in France for a two month competition to prove who is the best country in the world when it comes to rugby.
The 2023 Rugby World Cup will feature the best national teams in the world competing for the 11th time since in 1987.
The sport of rugby turns its collective eyes to France this fall as the 2023 World Cup begins on Sept. 8 with the host nation France taking on the All Blacks of New Zealand to start the tournament.