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Rugby World Cup - Ireland v Scotland

Sports and recreation ,  Sporting event in Saint-Denis

  • This Pool B match at the Stade de France between Ireland and Scotland will have a special flavor between two European teams more used to playing head-to-head at Aviva Stadium or Murrayfield.

  • This time, no Centenary Quaich to win (trophy awarded each year on the occasion of the Six Nations Tournament to the winner of their meeting), but a place in the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup 2023. Both virgins of world title, the two opponents dream of lifting the Webb Ellis Cup Trophy, like their English neighbor, the only European winner, victorious at the 2003 Rugby World Cup organized in Australia.

    To become the world champion and join England, Australia, New Zealand and South...
    This time, no Centenary Quaich to win (trophy awarded each year on the occasion of the Six Nations Tournament to the winner of their meeting), but a place in the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup 2023. Both virgins of world title, the two opponents dream of lifting the Webb Ellis Cup Trophy, like their English neighbor, the only European winner, victorious at the 2003 Rugby World Cup organized in Australia.

    To become the world champion and join England, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in the winners of this prestigious competition, this match will have to be won at all costs. For the loser, the task will be complicated because this match qualifies for the quarterfinals.

    But this sport has so many surprises in store for us, and the teams are so well prepared that all scenarios are possible.
    Besides the clash on the pitch, the opposition will also be present in the stands. And it will start as soon as the players enter the pitch, when the Scottish fans sing the Flower of Scotland with one voice and the Irish sing their symbolic Ireland's Call: thrills guaranteed for all Stade de France spectators!

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  • On October 7, 2023