Be there to experience all the excitement of the colorful opening match at Twickers featuring England and the Flying Fijians, a member of the Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance in what is sure to be a crowd-pleasing event.
England supporters have high hopes of their men going clear through to the Rugby World Cup Final match on October 31 to be named Rugby World Champions. After the opening game, England face Wales and Australia at Twickenham, and then play against Uruguay at the City of Manchester Stadium. Rugby tickets for England are for sale now for all matches in Pool A.
You will never forget seeing Fiji performing their traditional Cibi War Dance; or they may choose to challenge the England squad with their newer inspiring prewar chant and vigorous prewar dance, Bole, led by Fijian captain Akapusi Qera before the start of the world cup opening battle. Cibi The means "a celebration of victory by warriors", and the high energy 'Bole' is a war cry and the acceptance of a war challenge. In 1939, when Fiji first performed the Cibi, the Flying Fijians became the only team to remain unbeaten during a full tour of New Zealand.
Led by coach John McKee, Fiji is considered to be one of the top 8 national rugby teams in the world. Rugby tickets for Fiji are on sale now for all of their Pool A RWC match-ups.
War dances are now performed by the New Zealand, Fijian, Samoan and Tongan international rugby union teams to promote Intercultural understanding and for rugby players to get their spirits and energy up before the grueling head-to-head battle ahead.