We are now on the way to the 2015 World Cup in England - planning is well under way.
The 2011 Rugby World Cup tournament was a great success, with some really great rugby and surpising results. The top teams were pushed hard by the lower ranked teams in many cases. After the semi finals between Wales and France and New Zealand and Australia, the finalists were France and New Zealand for a repeat of the 1987 final clash!
After a really tight game, the All Blacks won by a mere 8-7! What a result and an exciting end to a great World Cup!
For regularly updated Rugby World Cup News visit our Rugby World Cup news page.
The World Cup is only held every 4 years but the new Rugby Championship, (previously Tri Nations), Bledisloe Cup, ITM Cup (previously Air New Zealand Cup) and Super Rugby tournaments are held every year. So there is lots of great New Zealand rugby to be seen all the time. International tours to New Zealand (England in 2014) and the All Blacks touring the Northern Hemisphere in November 2014 to play England, Wales and Scotland complete a very busy rugby season.
Here in the Rugbyzone, you will find useful information about all of these exciting events. Visit the games schedule page for dates and results for the main games.
Visit the pages for each of these rugby tournaments to find information on game schedules, participating teams, venues and towns, maps, as well as rugby news and more.
The draw, games schedules and results for the World Cup in New Zealand in 2011 is on the World Cup page here. Detailed venue information is here.
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