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Rugby World Cup Australia

Australia's confirmation as the host of the Rugby World Cup heralds a decade of exceptional rugby in the nation, complementing the country's successful hosting of the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, and the British and Irish Lions tour.

This announcement paves the way for a golden era of world-class rugby in Australia, with the Rugby World Cup joining the ranks of prestigious international events held in the country.

Furthermore, Australia's history of hosting the British and Irish Lions rugby tour, a highly anticipated event in the rugby calendar, adds to the nation's esteemed reputation as a host of major rugby events.

With the Rugby World Cup now on the horizon, Australia has an exciting opportunity to showcase its passion for the sport and provide players and fans from around the world with a remarkable rugby experience. This confirmation solidifies Australia's position as a premier destination for top-tier sporting events and sets the stage for a momentous decade of rugby excellence in the nation.

RWC Australia 2027

The 2027 men's Rugby World Cup in Australia is set to showcase an exciting new format after receiving approval from the World Rugby Council. The historic reimagination of the competition includes changes to the format, window, and timing, reflecting World Rugby's mission to enhance the global competitiveness, reach, impact, and value of international rugby.

New Format

The 11th edition of this prestigious event will feature 24 teams battling it out for the coveted Webb Ellis Cup over six weeks, commencing on 1 October and culminating on 13 November 2027.

Under the new format, the tournament will be organized into six pools, each comprising four teams. In addition, a round of 16 matches will be introduced before the quarter-finals. This adjustment will not only shorten the tournament window from seven to six weeks but also create a dynamic rhythm that builds excitement throughout the pool phase. It will also ensure that teams have the same minimum number of rest days between matches as they did in the previous tournament in France 2023.

This redesign of the Rugby World Cup is a significant part of the broader reform of the international calendar starting from 2026. The changes have been made with the best interests of players and fans in mind, providing unions, international tournaments, and domestic competitions with increased opportunities and more certainty. This transformation has been made possible through the linked reform of World Rugby Regulation 9, which governs the international windows for player release.

Previous Winners

2023: South Africa

2019: South Africa

2015: New Zealand

2011: New Zealand

2007: South Africa

2003: England

1999: Australia

1995: South Africa

1991: Australia

1987: New Zealand