The 2021 Rugby World Cup is the ninth edition of the women’s Rugby World Cup, as organized by World Rugby. check out how to buy final tickets.
Women’s rugby world cup : Final date | Final Tickets
It is scheduled to be held from 8 October to 12 November 2022 in Auckland and Whangārei, New Zealand. It was originally scheduled to be held in 2021, but was postponed by one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
|8 October – 12 November 2022
|No. of nations
|12 (30 qualifying)
The tournament will introduce changes to increase its parity with the men’s Rugby World Cup, including the replacement of classification play-offs in the knockout stage with quarter-finals, and a longer scheduling window with at least five days between matches.
It will also be the first to not be marketed by World Rugby as the “Women’s Rugby World Cup”, due to a decision to market both the men’s and women’s tournaments under the “Rugby World Cup” title with no disambiguation beginning in 2021.
The best women’s teams on the planet are in New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup and you won’t want to miss any of the action from 8 October to 12 November 2022.
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There are six matches on each weekend during the pool stages before the tournament moves into the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.
- Saturday 12 November – Final
- Final (6.30am, Eden Park, Auckland)
The top two in each pool, and the two best third-placed teams, will advance to the quarter-finals. Should hosts New Zealand qualify for the knockout stage, they will play in quarter-final 2.
The ninth edition of women rugby’s showpiece tournament that was postponed from 2021 due to Covid, with reigning champions New Zealand hosting the Women’s Rugby World Cup for the first time.
This year’s tournament will also be the first to be hosted by a southern hemisphere nation.
Women’s rugby world cup final tickets
Tickets to the opening match day of Rugby World Cup 2021 have sold out with a record-breaking crowd set to fill New Zealand’s national stadium at Eden Park on 8 October.
It is the second RWC 2021 match day to sell-out, following match day four on 16 October at Waitākere Stadium with a capacity crowd of up to 4,500 fans to attend as New Zealand’s Black Ferns take on Wales.
Free travel on Auckland Transport buses, trains and special event buses is included for ticket holders to and from Eden Park on RWC 2021 match days. Simply show your ticket to your bus driver or staff present.
A Kids’ Zone near Gate A at Eden Park will provide entertainment for the whole whānau throughout the day with a bouncy castle, face-painting and trampoline.
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