South Africa Vs Ireland @ Stade de France Tickets:
Stade de France Seating Plan
Stade de France, Saint Denis, France
Stade de France is the nationwide ground of France, located just north of Paris in the commune of Saint-Denis. This club has an all seater capacity of 81,338, creating it the sixth biggest ground in European countries.
Ireland Rugby World Cup Fixtures:
Ireland Vs Spain Tickets ( Rugby World Cup 2023) on Saturday Sep 09, 2023 at Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux
The Ireland national rugby union team is the representative national team in the sport of rugby union for the island of Ireland. The team represents both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom. Ireland competes in the annual Six Nations Championship and in the Rugby World Cup. Ireland is one of the four unions that make up the British and Irish Lions – players eligible to play for Ireland are also eligible for the Lions. The Ireland national team dates to 1875 when it played its first international match against England. Ireland reached number 1 in the World Rugby Rankings for the first time in 2019. Eleven former Ireland players have been inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame. At the inaugural 1987 Rugby World Cup, victories over Tonga and Canada saw Ireland through to the quarter-finals, where they were beaten 33–15 by joint hosts Australia. At the second Rugby World Cup in 1991, after wins over Japan and Zimbabwe, Ireland lost 15–24 at Murrayfield. At the 1995 World Cup, Ireland came through their group to make their third consecutive quarter-final appearance. Unfortunately, France proved too strong, with Ireland going down 12–36 in the quarter-finals. The 1999 World Cup was staged primarily in Wales, though Ireland played all their pool games in Dublin. In a play-off, Ireland was beaten 28–24 by Argentina, marking the first time that Ireland failed to reach the quarter-finals. Following wins against Wales and Scotland during warm-up matches for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, Ireland briefly reached its highest-ever position of second in the World Rugby rankings. Ireland won its pool at the 2015 Rugby World Cup with a 24–9 victory over France but lost in the quarter-finals to Argentina 20–43.