As rugby fans around the globe eagerly await the kick-off of the 2023 Rugby World Cup this Friday in France, the Springboks will be ready for their upcoming matches to defend their championship title.
The world cup will kick off on 8th September till 28th October.
The tournament commences with a bang as the All Blacks from New Zealand face off against France on Friday, 8th September, with kick-off set for 21:15. It’s a high-octane opening match that will set the tone for the competition.
South Africa vs. Scotland: The Springboks make their debut in Pool B on Sunday, 10th September, clashing with Scotland at 17:45. This encounter promises to be a fierce battle as both teams vie for supremacy.
South Africa vs. Romania: On Sunday, 17th September, the Springboks face Romania at 15:00. It’s a pivotal match where South Africa aims to assert their dominance and secure a strong position in the group stage.
South Africa vs. Ireland: Saturday, 23rd September, will witness the Springboks taking on Ireland at 21:00. This matchup is sure to be a highlight, with both teams eyeing advancement in the tournament.
South Africa vs. Tonga: As the group stage heats up, the Springboks’ final group match unfolds on Sunday, 1st October, against Tonga at 21:00. It’s a crucial encounter that will determine South Africa’s path in the Rugby World Cup.
South African rugby enthusiasts have marked these dates on their calendars, ready to rally behind their beloved Springboks as they embark on this thrilling journey to capture the Rugby World Cup once again. The competition is fierce, but with a formidable team and unwavering support, South Africa’s Springboks are poised for greatness.
– Opening Match: All Blacks (New Zealand) vs. France – Friday, 8th September, 21:15
– South Africa vs. Scotland – Sunday, 10th September, 17:45
– South Africa vs. Romania – Sunday, 17th September, 15:00
– South Africa vs. Ireland – Saturday, 23rd September, 21:00
– South Africa vs. Tonga – Sunday, 1st October, 21:00