Rugby Union 8th World Cup 2015 England Friday 18.09 - Saturday 31.10 - Winner New Zealand
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Final
Sat 31.1016:00New Zealand34-17Australia16-34-03(2)-2(2)4/4-1/11-0
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 80,125. Referee: Nigel Owens, Wales.
3-0 Carter 8'; 3-3 Foley 14'; 6-3 Carter 27'; 9-3 Carter 36'; 16-3 Milner-Skudder (Carter 40') 39'; 21-3 Nonu 42'; 21-10 Pocock (Folley 54') 53'; 21-17 Kuridrani (Folley 65') 64'; 24-17 27-17 Carter 70'D 75'; 34-17 Barrett (Carter 80') 79'
Bronze Medal Match
Fri 30.1020:00South Africa24-13Argentina16-04-02(1)-1(1)4/5-1/10-1
Olympic Stadium, London. Attendance: 55,925. Referee: John Lacey, Ireland.
7-0 Pietersen (Pollard 7') 6'; 10-0 13-0 16-0 Pollard 14' 33' 40'; 16-3 Sanchez 42'D; 21-3 Etzebeth 43'T; 24-3 Pollard 48'; 24-6 Sanchez 52'; 24-13 Orlandi (Sanchez) 80'

Semi-Finals (1/2).

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Sat 24.1016:00New Zealand20-18South Africa7-124-12(2)-01/2-6/61-0
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 80,090. Referee: Jerome Garces, France.
0-3 Pollard 3'; 7-3 Kaino (Carter 9') 6'; 7-6 7-9 7-12 Carter 11' 21' 39'; 14-12 Barrett (Carter 52') 52'; 17-12 Carter 46'D; 17-15 Pollard 58'; 20-15 Carter 60'; 20-18 Lamble 69'
Sun 25.1016:00Australia29-15Argentina19-95-04(3)-01-5
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 80,025. Referee: Wayne Barnes, England.
7-0 Simmons (Foley 3') 2'; 7-3 Sanchez 7'; 14-3 Ashley-Cooper (Foley 11') 10'; 14-6 14-9 Sanchez 24' 36'; 19-9 Ashley-Cooper 32'; 19-12 Sanchez 45'; 22-12 Foley 48'; 22-15 Sanchez 55'; 29-15 Ashley-Cooper (Foley 73') 72'

Quarter-Finals (1/4).

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Sat 17.1016:00South Africa23-19Wales12-104-11(0)-1(1)5/7-3/41-0
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 79,572. Referee: Wayne Barnes, England.
Sat 17.1020:00New Zealand62-13France29-135-09(7)-1(1)1/1-1/2
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Atendance: 71,619. Referee: Nigel Owens, Wales.
Sun 18.1013:00Argentina43-20Ireland20-105-04(4)-2(2)5/6-2/4
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Atendance: 72,316. Referee: Jerome Garces, France.
Sun 18.1016:00Australia35-34Scotland15-165-15(2)-3(2)2/2-5/5
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 77,110. Referee: Craig Joubert, South Africa.

Groups Round.

First 2 from each Group progress to 1/4 Finals.
First 3 fron each Group are qualified to World Cup 2019.
Win 4 points. Draw 2 points. Defeat 0 points.
Bonus points for: 4 tries and/or for defeat by 7 or less points.
Group ApbwdlTpfpap+-WR
1. Australia17140017141:35+1063.
2. Wales13130111111:62+497.
3. England11320216133:75+585.
4. Fiji511031084:101-1713.
5. Uruguay0 004230:226-19620.
TeamAustEnglWaleFijiUrug
Australia----33:1315:928:1365:3
England ---- 35:1160:3
Wales 28:25----23:1354:9
Fiji ----47:15
Uruguay ----
Australia and Wales advanced to Quarter-Finals (1/4) and qualified to World Cup 2019.
England qualifid to World Cup 2019.
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Fri 18.0920:00England35-11Fiji18-85-04(3)-1(1)3/4-2/5
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 80,015. Referee: Jaco Peyper, South Africa.
Sun 20.0914:30Wales54-9Uruguay28-95-08(7)-00-3/4
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Attendance: 71,887. Referee: Romain Poite, France.
Wed 23.0916:45Australia28-13Fiji18-34-03(2)-1(1)3/3-2/2
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Attendance: 67,253. Referee: Chris Pollock, New Zealand.
Sat 26.0920:00Wales28-25England9-164-11(1)-1(1)7/7-5/50/1-1/1
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 81,989. Referee: Jerome Garces, France.
Sun 27.0912:00Australia65-3Uruguay31-35-011(5)-00-1/1
Villa Park, Birmingham. Attendance: 39,605. Referee: Pascal Gauzere, France.
Thu 01.1020:00Wales23-13Fiji17-64-02(2)-1(1)3/3-2/4
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Atendance: 71,756. Referee: John Lacey, Ireland.
Sat 03.1020:00Australia33-13England20-34-03(3)-1(1)4/4-2/2
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 81,010. Referee: Romain Poite, France.
Tue 06.1020:00Fiji47-15Uruguay26-85-07(6)-2(1)0-1/2
Stadium Milton Keys, Milton Keys. Attendance: 30,048. Referee: John Paul Doyle, England.
Sat 10.1016:45Australia15-9Wales9-64-0 5/7-2/3
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 80,863. Referee: Craig Joubert, South Africa.
Sat 10.1020:00England60-3Uruguay21-35-010(5)-00-1/1
City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester. Attendance: 50.778. Referee: Chris Pollock, New Zealand.
Group BpbwdlTpfpap+-WR
1. South Africa17530123176:56+1202.
2. Scotland14230114100:60+438.
3. Japan12 301998:100-210.
4. Samoa62103769:124-5511.
5. United States0 004550:156-10616.
TeamSoAfSamoScotJapaUnit
South Africa----46:634:16 64:0
Samoa ---- 25:16
Scotland 36:33----45:1039:16
Japan34:3226:5 ----28:18
United States ----
South Africa And Scotland progressed to Quarter-Finals and qualified to World Cup 2019.
Japan qualified to World Cup 2019 as Hosts and by Rright.
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Sat 19.0916:40Japan34-32South Africa10-124-23(2)-4(3)5/6-2/2
Brighton Community Stadium, Brighton. Attendance: 29,290. Referee: Jerome Garces, France.
Sun 20.0912:00Samoa25-16United States14-84-02(0)-2(0)5-2
Brighton Community Stadium, Brighton. Attendance: 29,178. Referee: George Clancy, Ireland.
Wed 23.0914:30Scotland45-10Japan12-75-05(4)-1(1)4/5-1/3
Kingsholm, Gloucester. Attendance: 14,354. Referee: John Lacey, Ireland.
Sat 26.0916:45South Africa46-6Samoa17-65-06(2)-04/4-2/5
Villa Park, Birmingham. Attendance: 39,526. Referee: Wayne Barnes, England.
Sun 27.0914:00Scotland39-16United States7-135-05(4)-1(1)2/4-3/3
Elland Road, Leeeds. Attendance: 33,521. Referee: Chris Polock, New Zealand.
Sat 03.1014:30Japan26-5Samoa20-04-02(2)-1(0)4/6-0
Stadium Milton Keys, Milton Keys. Attendance: 29,019. Referee: Craig Joubert, South Africa.
Sat 03.1016:45South Africa34-16Scotland20-35-03(2)-1(1)4/4-2/31-0
St. James'Park, Newcastle. Attendance: 50,900. Referee: Nigel Owens, Wales.
Wed 07.1016:45South Africa64-0United States14-05-010(8)-00-0/2
Olympic Stadium, London. Attendance: 54.658. Referee: Pascal Gauzere, France.
Sat 10.1014:30Scotland36-33Samoa23-264-24(2)-3(3)3/3-5/7
St. James'Park, Newcastle. Attendance: 51,982. Referee: Jaco Peyper, South Africa.
Sun 11.1020:00Japan28-18United States17-84-03(2)-2(1)3/3-2/2
Kingsholm, Gloucester. Attendance: 14,517. Referee: Glen Jackson, New Zealand.
Group CpbwdlTpfpap+-WR
1. New Zealand19340025174:49+1251.
2. Argentina15330122179:70+1099.
3. Georgia8 202553:123-7015.
4. Tonga62103870:130-6012.
5. Namibia11004870:174-10422.
TeamNewArgeTongGeorNami
New Zealand----26:1647:943:1058:14
Argentina ----45:1654:964:19
Tonga ---- 35:21
Georgia 17:10----17:16
Namibia ----
New Zealand and Argentina advanced to 1/4 Finals and qualified to World Cup 2019.
Georgia qualified to World Cup 2019.
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Sat 19.0912:00Georgia17-10Tonga10-34-12(2)-1(1)1/4-1/1
Kingsholm, Gloucester. Attendance: 14,200. Referee: Glen Jackson, New Zealand.
Sat 20.0916:45New Zealand26-16Argentina12-134-02(2)-1(1)4/4-3/3
Wembley Stadium, London. Attendance: 89,019. Referee: Wayne Barnes, England.
Wed 24.0920:00New Zealand58-14Namibia34-65-09(5)-1(0)1/1-3/3
Olympic Stadium, London. Attendance: 51,820. Referee: Romain Poite, France.
Thu 25.0916:45Argentina54-9Georgia11-95-07(5)-02/2-3/3
Kingsholm, Gloucester. Attendance: 14.256. Referee: John Paul Doyle, England.
Tue 29.0916:45Tonga35-21Namibia22-75-05(2)-3(3)2-3/0
Sandy Park, Exeter. Attendance: 10,103. Referee: Glen Jackson, New Zealand.
Fri 02.1020:00New Zealand43-10Georgia22-105-07(4)-1(1)0-1/1
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Atendance: . Referee: Pascal Gauzere, France.
Sun 04.1014:30Argentina45-16Tonga20-135-05(4)-2(0)4/5-2/4
King Power Stadium, Leicester. Atendance: 29.124. Referee: Jaco Peyper, South Africa.
Wed 07.1020:00Georgia17-16Namibia0-64-12(2)-1(1)1/1-3/3
Sandy Park, Exeter. Attendance: 11,156. Referee: George Clancy, Ireland.
Fri 09.1020:00New Zealand47-9Tonga14-35-07(6)-00/3
St. James'Park, Newcastle. Attendance: . Referee: John Lacey, Ireland.
Sun 11.1012:00Argentina64-19Namibia36-75-09(8)-3(2)1/2-2/3
King Power Stadium, Leicester. Atendance: 30,198. Referee: Pascal Gauzere, France.
Group DpbwdlTpfpap+-WR
1. Ireland18240016134:35+993.
2. France14230112120:63+576.
3. Italy102202774:88-1414.
4. Romania4 103760:129-6918.
5. Canada22004758:131-7317.
TeamFranIrelItalCanaRoma
France---- 32:1041:1838:11
Ireland24:9----16:950:744:10
Italy ----23:1832:22
Canada ----
Romania 17:15----
France and Ireland qualified to Qaurter-Final (1/4) and to World Cup 2019.
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Sat 19.0914:30Ireland50-7Canada29-05-07(6)-1(1)1/1-0/1
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Atendance: 68,523. Referee: Pascal Gauzere, France.
Sat 19.0920:00France32-10Italy15-34-02(2)-1(1)6/8-1/2
Twickenham Stadium, London. Attendance: 76,232. Referee: Vraig Joubert, South Africa.
Wed 23.0920:00France38-11Romania17-65-05(5)-1(0)1/1-2/3
Olympic Stadium, London. Attendance: 50,656. Referee: Jaco Peyper, South Africa.
Sat 26.0914:30Italy23-18Canada13-104-12(2)-2(1)3/4-2/3
Elland Road, Leeds. Attendance: . Referee: George Clancy, Ireland.
Sun 27.0916:45Ireland44-10Romania19-35-06(4)-1(1)2/2-1/1
Wembley Stadium, London. Attendance: 89,267. Referee: Craig Joubert, South Africa.
Thu 01.1020:00France41-18Canada24-125-05(5)-2(1)2/2-1/1
Stadium Milton Keys, Milton Keys. Attendance: . Referee: John Paul Doyle, England.
Sun 04.1016:45Ireland16-9Italy10-64-11(1)-03/5-3/4
Olympic Stadium, London. Attendance: 52,187. Referee: Jerome Garces, France.
Tue 06.1016:45Romania17-15Canada0-84-12(2)-2(1)1/2-1/5
King Power Stadium, Leicester. Atendance: 27,156. Referee: Wayne Barnes, England.
Sun 11.1014:30Italy32-22Romania24-35-04(3)-3(2)2/2-1/1
Sandy Park, Exeter. Attendance: 11,450. Referee: Romain Poite, France.
Sun 11.1016:45Ireland24-9France9-64-02(1)-04/4-3/5
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Atendance: 72,163. Referee: Nigel Owens, Ireland.

Qualification

First 12 from World 2011 pre-qualified.
Pre-qualified Europe: Ireland (3), England (5), France (6), Wales (7), Scotland (8) and Italy (14).
From Europe FIRA 2012-14: Georgia(15) and Romania (18)
Pre-Qualified FORU Oceania: New Zealand (1), Australia (3), Samoa (11), Tonga (12).
From FORU Oceania Men Oceania WCQ 2014: Fiji (13).
Pre-Qualified Americas: Argentina (9)
From NACRA/CONSUR America Men America WCQ 2014: United States (16), Canada (17), Uruguay (20).
Pre-Qualified Africa: South Africa (2)
From CAR Africa Men Africa Cup 2014: Namibia (22)
From ARFU Asia Men Asian Five Nations 2014: Japan (10)
Uruguay qualified after Inter-Continental qualification 2015 Intercontinental against Russia, Zimbabwe and Hong Kong.
Europe and Americas had 2 additional quotas. Africa, Asia and Oceania 1 quota.

Draw

Conducted on 03 December 2012 and used the World Rankings as of that day.
Points: Win 4, Draw 2, Defeat less than 8 points - 1 bonus points, 4 and more tries - 1 bonus point.
Group A: Australia (3), England (5), Wales (9), Fiji, Uruguay
Group B: South Africa (2), Samoa (7), Scotland (12), Japan, United States
Group C: New Zealand (1), Argentina (8), Tonga (11), Georgia, Namibia
Group D: France (4), Ireland (6), Italy (10), Canada, Romania
Scheme of Semi-Finals (1/2) if ranking is as seedeing.
New Zealand-Ireland --- South Africa-England
France-Argentina --- Australia-Samoa
Pots
Pot 1: New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, France.
Pot 2: England, Ireland, Samoa, Argentina.
Pot 3: Wales, Italy, Tonga, Scotland.
Pot 4: Americas 1 (Canada), Asia 1 (Japan), Europe 1 (Georgia), Oceania 1 (Fiji).
Pot 5: Africa 1 (Namibia), Americas 2 (United States), Europe 2 (Romania), Repechage Winner (Uruguay).

Stadiums

CityMNamecapp.PurposeOwner
London10Twickenham82,000RugbyEngland RU
Final ; 2 1/2 Finals ; 2 1/4 Finals
Cardiff8Milenium Stadium74,500RugbyWales RU
2 1/4 Finals
London Olympic5Olympic Stadium54,000Olympic
Bronze final
London Wembley2Wembley Stadium90,000FootballEngland FA
Manchester1Manchester City Stadium56,000FootballManchster City
Newcastle3Saint James Park52,387FootballNewcastle United
Birmingham2Villa Park42,788FootballAston Villa
Leeds2Elland Road37,900FootballLeeds United
Leicester3Leicester City Stadium32,262FootballLeicester City
Gloucester4Kingsholm Stadium16,500RugbyGloucester Rugby
Exeter3Sandy Park12,500RugbyExter Chiefs
Milton Keynes3Stadium mk30,500FootballMilton Keynes Dons
Brighton2Brighton Community Stadium30,750FootballBrighton Hove Albion FC

World Rugby Rankings

Top 25 Rankings as 19 April 2015
1. New Zealand93.7011Oceania
2. South Africa88.2322Africa
3. Ireland85.7663Europe
4. England85.4055Europe
5. Wales84.0797Europe
6. Australia82.9534Oceania
7. France79.7446Europe
8. Argentina78.2389Americas
9. Samoa75.39711Oceania
10.Scotland74.79128Europe
11.Japan74.70 10Asia
12.Fiji74.57 13Oceania
13.Tonga74.121112Oceania
14.Georgia72.16 15Europe
15.Italy71.851014Europe
16.United States67.61 16Americas
17.Canada66.83 17Americas
18.Romania66.23 18Europe
19.Russia64.65
20.Uruguay63.58 20Americas
21.Spain62.59
22.Namibia58.27 22Africa
23.Portugal57.40
24.South Korea57.22
25.Belgium56.47
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