Japan Rugby World Cup™ 2019 Match Locations

2019 Rugby World Cup™ stadiums and cities

Japan World Cup Stadiums

The iconic and profoundly historical country of Japan will be hosting the Rugby World Cup™ in September 2019. Twelve state-of-the-art stadiums have been selected as official Rugby World Cup™ 2019 stadiums, and they are guaranteeing a world cup viewer experience like never before. At JTB Australia, we’ve put together a Japan Rugby World Cup™ 2019 stadiums list that is easy to use and gives you all the information you might need when researching your Rugby World Cup™ tour experience.

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2019 Rugby World Cup™ stadiums and cities:

Sapporo Dome, Sapporo

Sapporo Dome Stadiaum | Japan

With a seating capacity of just under 42 000 people, this stadium was built in 2001. It will be home to two qualifying group matches namely Australia vs Fiji and England v Tonga.

Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo

Tokyo Stadium | Rugby World Cup

This breathtaking stadium can seat just under 50 000 people and will host many qualifying and quarter-final matches. It will be the scene for the second and third place bronze final match too. It is nearly 19 years old and has hosted an array of sporting and entertainment events of the years.

International Stadium Yokohama, Kanagawa

Yokohama International Stadium | Rugby World Cup

The largest stadium in Japan and a true architectural marvel, this stadium can hold a whopping 72 327 people and will host a variety of qualifying and semi-final matches. It will also be the stage for the much-anticipated final game as well.

Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka

Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa | Rugby World Cup

At a capacity of just over 50 800 people, this 17-year old stadium will see qualifying matches from Pool A, B and D being played on its grounds.

Oita Stadium, Oita

Oita Stadium | Japan

At 40 000 capacity and built in March 2001, this 17-year-old stadium will be home to some of the toughest matches of the competition including both qualifying and quarter-final games.

You should no longer be wondering, “where is the Rugby World Cup™ 2019?” right? No matter whether you get to experience one or all twelve of these epic stadiums, you are sure to have a wonderful experience as a rugby fan when in Japan for the Rugby World Cup™ 2019. 

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