Tomorrow, the Pumas team will meet its competitor for the first time in the 2023 World Cup in France

You will know tomorrow the start of the next Rugby World Cup in France 2023, at a ceremony in which the matches that will be held in the competition between September 8 and October 28, 2023, especially against who will be held. And when will the Argentine national team debut, Los Pumas.

The World Rugby Championship (WR) will hold the concert from 8am (ARG) in Paris, with ESPN TV, with 12 teams ranked and divided into four groups of five each.

Argentina will be in Group D, along with England, Japan, one team from America (the United States, Canada, or Uruguay) and one from Oceania (Samoa or Tonga).

Group A includes New Zealand, France, Italy, America and Africa, Group B, South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, Asia / Pacific and Europe, Group C, Wales, Australia, Fiji, Europe, and the country that will be knocked out of the playoff game.

The World Cup in France will have five days between matches for all participants, with longer breaks for all teams.

The decision comes after the Rugby World Cup Board of Directors, the Rugby Executive Committee, the France 2023 Organizing Committee and international rugby players agreed on a set of principles related to the health of players to achieve a dramatically improved match. Schedule.

For this reason, the tournament will end on October 28, one week after its originally planned date, and the number of players for each team in those selected will range from 31 to 33 members.

From 1987 until now, nine World Cup matches have been held, with New Zealand winning three (1987, 2011 and 2015), South Africa three times (1995, 2007 and 2019), Australia 2 (1991 and 1999) and England 1 (2003). (Telam)

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