New Zealand Vs Africa 1 @ Stadium de Toulouse Tickets:
Stadium de Toulouse Seating Plan
Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
Stadium de Toulouse is the largest multi-purpose stadium in Toulouse, France. It is currently used mostly for football matches, mainly those of the Toulouse Football Club, as well as rugby matches for Stade Toulousain in the European Rugby Champions Cup or Top 14. It also hosts the test matches of France's national rugby union team. It is located on the island of Ramier near the center of Toulouse. It is a pure football and rugby ground and therefore has no athletics track surrounding the field. The stadium is able to hold 33,150 people
New Zealand Rugby World Cup Fixtures:
France Vs New Zealand Tickets ( Rugby World Cup 2023) on Friday Sep 08, 2023 at Stade de France, Saint Denis
The New Zealand men's national rugby union team, commonly known as the All Blacks, represents New Zealand in men's international rugby union, which is considered the country's national sport. The team won the Rugby World Cup in 1987, 2011 and 2015. New Zealand hosted and won the inaugural World Cup in 1987 beating France 29–9 in the final. By the 1991 World Cup, New Zealand was an ageing side. After beating hosts England in the tournament opener, they struggled during pool matches against the United States and Italy and won their quarter-final against Canada. They were then knocked out by eventual winners Australia 16–6 in their semi-final at Lansdowne Road. In 1995 world cup they managed to take hosts South Africa to extra time in the final, before losing 12–15 to Joel Stransky's drop goal. At the 1999 World Cup later that year, the All Blacks dominated their pool, handing England a 16–30 defeat at Twickenham. They advanced past Scotland 30–18 in the quarter-finals to play France at Twickenham. After New Zealand finished the first half 17–10 ahead, France then produced a famous half of rugby to which New Zealand had no answer, winning 43–31. All Blacks entered the 2003 World Cup as one of the favourites and dominated their pool but lost to Australia 10–22 in the semi-final in Sydney. New Zealand entered the 2007 Rugby World Cup as favourites, and topped their pool, beating Scotland, Italy, Romania and Portugal by at least 40 points. However, they then suffered a defeat by hosts France in the quarter-finals in Cardiff. They still entered the 2011 Rugby World Cup as one of the favourites. The All Blacks went through their pool matches undefeated, and after defeating Argentina, and then Australia, faced France in the final. New Zealand scored one try and a penalty to narrowly win 8–7. The team entered the 2015 Rugby World Cup and again went undefeated in their pool matches. They defeated France 62–13 in the quarter-finals, South Africa 20–18 in the semi-finals, and Australia 34–17 in the final to become the first nation to retain the World Championship title and the first to win the Rugby World Cup three times.