2019 World Cup of Rugby Venues
The 2019 World Cup will play out across twelve cities in the fascinating country of Japan. The 44-day tournament will include 48 matches in world class cities like Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama, and Sapporo, each offering a different experiences for visitors.
The highlight of the 2019 World Cup of Rugby will be the final match, which will play out at International Stadium in Yokohama.
International Stadium Yokohama
International Stadium Yokohama, also known as Nissan Stadium, is the biggest in Japan with a capacity of 73,327. It’s a popular venue and has plenty of experience hosting major events, from A-list entertainers to the World Cup of soccer.
Host city Yokohama is just a short 30-minute train ride from Tokyo and is a fascinating place to visit. This coastal city boasts a population of 3.7 million and offers all the benefits of an urban center. You’ll find wonderful restaurants, heaps of shopping, lovely parks, and impressive museums.
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