by AP, 18 Mar 2017
France wants to stage the 2023 Rugby World Cup in 12 cities across the country if it is awarded the tournament.
by Working Class Rugger, 13 Mar 2017
As we wait for an official statement to emerge from the SANZAAR powwow in London, I thought it would be a nice change of pace to deviate from the apparent obsessive focus on our tier-one problems and ponder an interesting article I read about T2 rugby and beyond.
by Rob9, 19 Jan 2017
Prior to the 2011 edition of the Rugby World Cup, there was chat that the game’s showpiece event should be reduced down to 16 teams to save putting the ‘minnows’ to slaughter while tightening up the competitiveness of all games.
by Chinmay Hejmadi, 19 Nov 2016
As the All Blacks began their end of year tour having conquered everything thrown at them this year.
by AAP, 29 Sep 2016
Italy has withdrawn from the race to host the 2023 rugby World Cup, one week after Rome’s bid to host the 2024 Olympics was effectively scuppered when the city government withdrew its support.
by Poth Ale, 17 Jul 2016
Towards the end of the season in May 2016, the new PR012 CEO Martin Anayi gave several media interviews on his proposals for where the PRO12 needs to go to cope with changes in rugby within the Six Nations and globally.
by The Roar, 15 Jul 2016
This week The Roar was given the opportunity to talk with Murray Barnett, head of broadcast, commercial and marketing at World Rugby, to discuss rugby’s expansion, World Cups past and present, and rugby sevens ahead of his presentation at the Ministry of Sports Marketing Conference.
by wre01, 16 Jun 2016
If ever there was a bold selection, the Wallabies side named on Wednesday 15 June 2016 is one.
by Laine Clark, 8 Jun 2016
Memories of the Wallabies’ crushing World Cup win over England have come flooding back for prop Greg Holmes ahead of Saturday night’s Suncorp Stadium re-match.
by The Roar, 5 May 2016
It’s one of the greatest upsets in Rugby World Cup history, the Springboks stunning the All Blacks 15-12 to win the 1995 Rugby World Cup final in South Africa.