There are still 29 months to go before the next Rugby World Cup at the venue where South Africa won the Webb Ellis Cup in 2007, but the official supporter packages for the tournament in Paris have already been launched.
In fact, eTicketing.co (which is NOT associated with Rugby World Cup Limited) have already opened booking for tickets for the tournament
SA Rugby on Tuesday announced that the official supporter travel partner to SA Rugby and one of the Official Travel Agents (OTA) for the RWC 2023, SA Rugby Travel (SART) will be bringing the Springbok fans closer to the action once again.
The Boks kick off the defence of their title on Sunday, 10 September 2023 against Scotland in Marseille, with their final pool game three weeks later at the same venue. They will also play pool games in Bordeaux and Paris.
▲ Bok fans will be able to choose from a range of full supporter packages, that include all travel requirements whilst in France.
SART, with exceptional knowledge of France, have various breakaway and sightseeing options that can be added in addition to any full supporter package.
For those looking to build their own experience in France, the freewheeler accommodation and match ticket combo is an ideal choice.
▲ “SA Rugby Travel has been providing world-class rugby travel experiences into and out of South Africa since 2014, and in 2023, they will ensure our supporters have the best options available to get behind the Boks as they defend the Webb Ellis Cup in France,” said Jurie Roux, CEO of SA Rugby.
"We know SA Rugby Travel will be able to provide whatever is necessary to fans wishing to experience the action on the field, but also what France can offer to tourists.”
According to the World Tourism Organisation, France is the most visited country in the world, and will make for an excellent touring destination for the thousands of fans that will travel to support the Springboks as they aim to repeat their feats of 1995, 2007 and 2019.
For more information, visit www.sarugbytravel.com or call +27 (0)21 525 2515 (Cape Town) or +27 (0)11 676 3000 (Johannesburg).
Info from SA Rugby Communications