Rugby World Cup 2023
Record International Visitors Expected for Rugby World Cup 2023
The 2023 Rugby World Cup, set to take place in France, is expected to attract record numbers of international visitors. With the tournament taking place in some of France's most popular tourist destinations, including Paris and Marseille, it is expected to draw in rugby fans from around the world.
This influx of visitors is not only great news for the tourism industry, but also for the sport of rugby. The tournament is forecast to generate €457 million for World Rugby, the sport's global governing body. This money will be used to fund grassroots rugby programs and support the growth of the sport around the world.
Excitement Builds for Rugby World Cup 2023
The Rugby World Cup is one of the biggest sporting events in the world, and the 2023 tournament is shaping up to be one of the most exciting yet. With France hosting the event for the second time, fans can expect a carnival atmosphere and some of the best rugby on the planet.
As the tournament draws closer, excitement is building among rugby fans around the world. With teams from across the globe set to compete, the Rugby World Cup 2023 is sure to be a highlight of the sporting calendar.
Don't miss out on the action - start planning your trip to France for the Rugby World Cup 2023 today!