The 2023 World Cup, which will be held in France and kicks off on September 8 next year, will therefore benefit from the support of Jean-Pierre Farrandeau, CEO of SNCF, in less than a year. Bordeaux, the host city of the World Cup, will benefit from the long leg of this World Cup train on August 13, 14 and 15, 2022.
With a three-day stay from Nantes as the city hosts the World Cup, such as Bordeaux, La Rochelle and Angouleme, this four-car train will offer sightseeing to the Bordeaux public at Saint-Jean station for 3 days. It’s already work in progress and the noria of buses complicates the situation, not as scary as choosing the dates! Aimed at everyone, this four-car train will bring the 2023 Rugby World Cup France to life between immersive experiences, discovery of qualifying teams and the history of rugby. Conscious of its environmental impact, the France 2023 organizing committee co-produced this rugby train. SNCF, Official Tournament Sponsor World Cup to meet the French public with an eco-friendly mode of transport. The great rugby festival doesn’t stop at the station platforms. The nine host cities of the competition will, for two days, host Rugby Villages, genuine recreational spaces open to all to share moments of joy and brotherhood around the spirit of rugby. The partners of the 2023 Rugby World Cup have teamed up to provide the public with a variety of entertainment: augmented reality, accurate passes, a virtual video wall and much more! A rugby field will welcome young and old alike to the sport.
- Interior of one of the cars
So in Bordeaux in 2023: Ireland / Romania on September 9; Wales/Fiji on September 10; Tonga/Uruguay on September 16; South Africa/Romania on September 17; Fiji/Georgia on September 30. The final qualifiers for the 2023 World Cup tournament will be known in November with a tournament uniting the United States, Portugal, Hong Kong and Kenya, the first of which will represent Africa 2, America 3 or Europe. or Asia/Pacific 2. Designed for rugby fans and beginners of all ages, this train will be an opportunity to celebrate the Rugby World Cup in the regions together. SNCF’s France 2023 Rugby Tour will move from city to city with a distinguished guest: Webb Ellis Trophy, the prize is awarded every 4 years to the winner of the competition. Each car in this train has a title, so the car is called Enter the scene, allowing you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Stade de France for the opening match. Two names of the car: A positive impact event As the competition is a nationwide event with 80% of the French less than 2 hours away from the competition, the positive impact of the event will benefit everyone on and off the field. Three name of the car In the locker room Through dedicated screens you will find the Rugby World Cup distributed in their respective pools, teams of the competition, their jerseys and their iconic gestures. Fourth and final car name: Historical date 2023 will mark 200 years of rugby’s devastating gesture William Webb Ellis, immerse yourself in this car at the heart of history. Legendary moments, records from different editions of the match, cult objects from the tournament… On August 13 and 14 there will be a rugby village at the Parc des Sports Saint-Michel in Bordeaux.
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