England head coach Stuart Lancaster has compared the match to a World Cup final.
The tournament is due to smash records in terms of attendance and also revenues generated from ticket sales – which will be reinvested in the sport – but its ensuring Rugby World Cup 2015 has a lasting effect on England’s grassroots game that dominates Grainger’s thoughts. “If England were to lose, they wouldn’t just be negative about the England rugby team but also about economic outcomes in general”.
“We have spent the last three years putting a lot of foundations in place to make the most of this opportunity”.
Exeter’s Rugby World Cup 2015 Fanzone is proving so popular, extra provisions are being brought in to cope with a high demand from thirsty fans.
Overall for 2015, PwC expects the average daily rate for London to grow by 1.8 per cent to £142 while the regions are expected to see growth of 4.6 to £67 – partly driven by the Rugby World Cup.
Prince Harry will hear how Paignton Rugby Club has developed their modern facilities to support the growth of the club and its long-term sustainability, and how it is benefiting the local community.
The law on secondary ticketing states that ticket re-selling sites need to tell customers the original face value of their tickets and which standing or seating area their tickets relate to as well as the original face value.
One unfortunate Irish fan reported losses of as much as £5,000 on 20 tickets to the Ireland vs France game, which they’d purchased through the GetSporting website.
The Rugby World Cup is well underway and although we’re obviously obsessed with the handsome game here at Football Fancast, we’ve certainly got a few time for it’s oblong cousin too.
“Across the country, regardless of age, background or beliefs, this nation, which gave rugby to the world in 1823, will join together and celebrate the game like never before”.