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. The tours will be the Irish team’s base camp for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. The announcement was made officially at Town Hall on Monday 7 November in the presence of the competition’s organizing committee, Region, Metropolis, City, Centre-Val de Loire Rugby League and the Irish Rugby Union. The city of Tours will be put on the map for the eighth most watched sport in the world in a matter of weeks. All round good shot.
Because you have to understand what it is. The Irish team is represented by 60 players and staff, who will stay there for a month and a half – if the Irish go to the final -, a priory at the Château de Belmont in Tours-Nord. A delegation to be fed is ensured to visit the city during the holidays.
A big party for the city
She will attract journalists and hundreds if not thousands of supporters around her. An example: Of the 1.7 million tickets sold for this World Cup, nearly 400,000 buyers came from the British Isles., i.e. United Kingdom and Ireland. On location, inevitably, some will base their headquarters with us. This should not offend the bars. The so-called Green Army is not the last to elbow.
“It’s going to be a big party for the cityTours welcomes Emmanuel Denis, the mayor of Tours, wearing an Irish jersey with his name on it for the occasion. It is an honor to host the best team in the world. It’s great for our traders as we expect huge financial gains and it’s great advertising for the city. Comparable to hosting the Tour de France in 2021.
Chambery Stadium is ready by April 2023
Another good news reason for die-hard rugby fans Irish promises to keep at least one practice session open to the publicEither to the Cher Valley, or bed room. Located near the airport, the stadium is undergoing a complete renovation with a new weight room and changing rooms. Equipment worth 3.5 million and a half euros, tours are funded by city, region, metropolis and state. It will be ready by April 2023, and Touraine clubs will benefit beyond that.
John Robinson, chairman of the Irish Rugby Federation, is looking forward to next year. “We wanted to be in a city where the players can stay throughout the competition, they feel at home. We are suddenly in Paris, Nantes or Bordeaux, where we play group matches. Another thing we like. The facilities, they are great, I saw the hotel, the training ground, the weight room. Perfectly suitable tours It’s a beautiful place. The team wants to enjoy the local culture and meet the people. Everything depends on our schedule, but we try, for example, when we went to South Africa, we went to see charities for children, we went to the slums, and for the players, it’s very important to be involved in not only playing rugby.
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