Rugby World Cup 2015: Full fixture list for the tournament
England will play three of their pool matches at Twickenham
Thursday 02 May 2013
England will play three of their 2015 Rugby World Cup pool matches at Twickenham, including the opening game against likely Oceania qualifiers Fiji.
Stuart Lancaster's men will also take on Wales and Australia at their traditional home before heading north to play the final Pool A qualifier at Manchester City's Etihad Stadium.
Wales will play their games against the two qualifiers at the Millennium Stadium but their pivotal fixtures against England and Australia will both be at Twickenham.
England and Ireland have avoided any midweek fixtures. Wales, Scotland, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand will have to handle a short turnaround between matches during the pool phase.
Scotland open with a midweek game but will be close to home when they take on South Africa and Samoa, with the fixtures scheduled for Newcastle's St James' Park.
Ireland are the only home nation to be given a pool fixture at the Olympic Stadium, where they will play Italy, and they take on France at the Millennium Stadium.
Elsewhere, New Zealand open the defence of their title against Argentina at Wembley.
2015 RUGBY WORLD CUP FIXTURES...
Fri Sep 18 (Pool A) England v Oceania 1 Twickenham Stadium
Sat Sep 19 (Pool C) Tonga v Europe 1 Kingsholm Stadium
Sat Sep 19 (Pool D) Ireland v Americas 1 Millennium Stadium
Sat Sep 19 (Pool B) South Africa v Asia 1 Brighton Community Stadium
Sat Sep 19 (Pool D) France v Italy Twickenham Stadium
Sun Sep 20 (Pool B) Samoa v Americas 2 Brighton Community Stadium
Sun Sep 20 (Pool C) New Zealand v Argentina Wembley Stadium
Sun Sep 20 (Pool A) Wales v Play-Off Winner Millennium Stadium
Wed Sep 23 (Pool B) Scotland v Asia 1 Kingsholm Stadium
Wed Sep 23 (Pool A) Australia v Oceania 1 Millennium Stadium
Wed Sep 23 (Pool D) France v Europe 2 Olympic Stadium
Thu Sep 24 (Pool C) New Zealand v Africa 1 Olympic Stadium
Fri Sep 25 (Pool C) Argentina v Europe 1 Kingsholm Stadium
Sat Sep 26 (Pool D) Italy v Americas 1 Elland Road
Sat Sep 26 (Pool B) South Africa v Samoa Villa Park
Sat Sep 26 (Pool A) England v Wales Twickenham Stadium
Sun Sep 27 (Pool A) Australia v Play-Off Winner Villa Park
Sun Sep 27 (Pool B) Scotland v Americas 2 Elland Road
Sun Sep 27 (Pool D) Ireland v Europe 2 Wembley Stadium
Tue Sep 29 (Pool C) Tonga v Africa 1 Sandy Park
Thu Oct 1 (Pool D) France v Americas 1 stadiummk
Thu Oct 1 (Pool A) Wales v Oceania 1 Millennium Stadium
Fri Oct 2 (Pool C) New Zealand v Europe 1 Millennium Stadium
Sat Oct 3 (Pool B) Samoa v Asia 1 stadiummk
Sat Oct 3 (Pool B) South Africa v Scotland St James' Park
Sat Oct 3 (Pool A) England v Australia Twickenham Stadium
Sun Oct 4 (Pool C) Argentina v Tonga Leicester City Stadium
Sun Oct 4 (Pool D) Ireland v Italy Olympic Stadium
Tue Oct 6 (Pool D) Americas 1 v Europe 2 Leicester City Stadium
Tue Oct 6 (Pool A) Oceania 1 v Play-Off Winner stadiummk
Wed Oct 7 (Pool C) Africa 1 v Europe 1 Sandy Park
Wed Oct 7 (Pool B) South Africa v Americas 2 Olympic Stadium
Fri Oct 9 (Pool C) New Zealand v Tonga St James' Park
Sat Oct 10 (Pool B) Samoa v Scotland St James' Park
Sat Oct 10 (Pool A) Australia v Wales Twickenham Stadium
Sat Oct 10 (Pool A) England v Play-Off Winner Manchester City Stadium
Sun Oct 11 (Pool D) Italy v Europe 2 Sandy Park
Sun Oct 11 (Pool B) Americas 2 v Asia 1 Kingsholm Stadium
Sun Oct 11 (Pool C) Argentina v Africa 1 Leicester City Stadium
Sun Oct 11 (Pool D) France v Ireland Millennium Stadium
Sat Oct 17 Quarter-Final 1: Winner Pool C v Runner-Up Pool D Millennium Stadium
Sat Oct 17 Quarter-Final 2: Winner Pool B v Runner-Up Pool A Twickenham Stadium
Sun Oct 18 Quarter-Final 3: Winner Pool D v Runner-Up Pool C Millennium Stadium
Sun Oct 18 Quarter-Final 4: Winner Pool A v Runner-Up Pool B Twickenham Stadium
Sat Oct 24 Semi-Final 1: Winner QF1 v W QF2 Twickenham Stadium
Sun Oct 25 Semi-Final 2: Winner QF3 v W QF4 Twickenham Stadium
Fri Oct 30 Bronze Final Olympic Stadium
Sat Oct 31 Final Twickenham Stadium
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