Rugby World Cup 2023 France – Final Run

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By Joe Aura,

The 2023 Rugby World Cup: A Spectacular Event for Fans and the Planet

The 2023 Rugby World Cup is not just a sports tournament, but a global celebration of rugby and its values. The event organized by World Rugby, the sport’s international governing body, features the best rugby teams from around the world competing for the ultimate prize: the Webb Ellis Cup.

The tournament has been captivating audiences all over the world with its thrilling matches, dramatic moments, and inspiring stories. The fans have played a vital role in making the event an entertaining and memorable one. They have created a festive and vibrant atmosphere in the stadiums and the host cities, cheering loudly, singing songs, and waving flags. The fans have been the heart and soul of the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

But the tournament is not only a showcase of the best rugby talent in the world, but also a platform for social and environmental change. The organizers set ambitious goals to make the event the most sustainable and inclusive ever, and to involve fans in every aspect of the event. They have implemented various initiatives to reduce the environmental impact of the event, such as a carbon compensation program, a zero-waste policy, and a low-carbon mobility plan. They have also invited fans to participate in the Legacy Program, which aims to leave a positive and lasting impact on rugby and society.

There have been some truly exciting games played, with some of the most memorable moments coming from the quarter-finals. South Africa’s win over France and New Zealand’s triumph over Ireland were both classics and will go down in history as some of the greatest Rugby World cup games ever played. As a Kenyan, I would love to see my country play at that stage and especially Daystar Falcon players on the come up like Odongo.

The final is going to be electric, with some of the best rugby players in the world competing for the ultimate prize. The final will take place on Saturday 28th October 2023 at 8pm UK time (9pm local time in France), (22:00) Kenya Time, at Stade de France in Saint Denis, Paris.

The two finalists have braved through tough opponents to reach this stage. South Africa defeated Wales 19-16 in a nail-biting semi-final, while New Zealand crushed England 32-12 in a dominant display. Whether you are a die-hard rugby fan or a casual viewer, you will not want to miss this exciting event.

The 2023 Rugby World Cup final is a must-watch for anyone who loves sports, drama, and entertainment. Who will lift the Webb Ellis Cup? Who will make history? Who will you support?

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