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South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets

South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets
SOUTH AFRICA WORLD CUP RUGBY TICKETS

Rugby World Cup from 18 September 2015 to 31 October 2015. The South Africa National Rugby Union Team will compete with titan rugby national teams from all over the world from September through October in the 2015 edition of the Rugby World Cup. The not-to-be missed global tournament of world famous rugby teams starts on September 18 and runs until the Rugby World Cup Final 2015 at Twickenham Stadium on Halloween, October 31, 2015.

South Africa and Japan will meet up to fight at Brighton Community Stadium on September 19 on the road to the Rugby World Cup 2015 Final at Twickenham. Then South Africa will clash with Samoa at Villa Park in Birmingham on September 26.

UK team, Scotland will battle South Africa on October 3 at Saint James Park in Newcastle Upon Tyne. In their next fixture, South African Springboks will meet USA head-to-head at Olympic Stadium in London on October 7.

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About South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets

South Africa national rugby union team also known as the Springboks, represents South Africa in Rugby Union. Springbokke, Boks, Bokke, Amabokoboko are all nicknames for the South Africa national rugby union team. Heyneke Meyer is the coach and top scorer is Percy Montgomery. South Africa national rugby union team compete in the annual Rugby Championship along with southern-hemisphere counterparts Argentina, Australia, and New Zealand.

South Africa national rugby union team have won this championship three times and are currently ranked fourth in the world by the International Rugby Board, and were named 2008 World Team of the Year at the Laureus World Sports Awards. The team made its World Cup debut in 1995 when the Springboks then defeated the All-Blacks 15–12 in the final in one of the highlights of South Africa's sporting history. South Africa regained their title in the 2007 World Cup when Springboks were promoted to first place in the IRB World Rankings. Buy South Africa Rugby World Cup tickets for all Rugby World Cup 2015 games in England securely online.

On Live Rugby Tickets you can buy South Africa Rugby tickets and other rugby tickets to all rugby matches in the UK, Europe and worldwide. Order South Africa tickets, Rugby World Cup tickets and rugby union tickets online through our secure booking system or call our South Africa Rugby ticket hotline. All South Africa Rugby tickets for all rugby matches are guaranteed.



South Africa Rugby World Cup 2015 Tickets
South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets: South Africa v Japan 19 Sep
South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets: South Africa v Samoa 26 Sep
South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets: South Africa v Scotland 3 Oct
South Africa Rugby World Cup Tickets: South Africa v USA 7 Oct

SOUTH AFRICA RUGBY UNION TEAM PLAYERS

Going into the Rugby World Cup 2015, South Africa’s Captain is Jean de Villiers. The Springboks’ high scorer is Percy Montgomery with 893. Victor Matfield has the most caps for the Boks, 121. Bryan Habana has the most tries with 57. South Africa’s coach is Heyneke Meyer.

The South African Springboks earned the Rugby World Cup title at the 2007 tournament in France defeating Fiji 37-20 in the quarterfinals, and Argentina 37-13 in the semi-finals. The Boks delighted their fans by defeating the England National Team 15-6 to lift the Webb Ellis Cup a second time and were named the IRB International Team of the Year.

South Africa made its World Cup debut in 1995, when newly democratic South Africa hosted the world-class Rugby World Cup tournament. The Springboks defeated the titan team New Zealand All Blacks 15–12 in the World Cup 1995 Final, which is remembered as one of the greatest moments in South Africa's entire sporting history. As a result of the Springboks victory in the 2007 World Cup tournament

South Africa were promoted to first place in the IRB World Rankings, a position they held until July the following year when New Zealand regained the top spot. They were named 2008 World Team of the Year at the Laureus World Sports Awards. South Africa regained the Rugby World Cup title and were named world rugby champions when they defeated England in the 2007 Rugby World Cup Final. The Springboks compete in the annual Rugby Championship, along with Argentina, Australia and New Zealand and are currently ranked second in the world by the International Rugby Board.

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