More RWC tickets go on sale

2015-04-23 10:24

Cape Town - A further 25 000 tickets will go on sale for this year's Rugby World Cup in England on April 28.

Fans will have further opportunities to buy tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 matches from Tuesday, April 28, via.

25 000 tickets will go on sale for an additional 12 matches at Sandy Park (Exeter), Kingsholm Stadium (Gloucester), Brighton Community Stadium (Brighton), Elland Road (Leeds) and Villa Park (Birmingham).  

This is in addition to the 16 matches currently on sale at 

Tickets for additional matches on sale from April 28 include:

Brighton Community Stadium, Brighton 
South Africa v Japan, September 19
Samoa v USA, September 20

Elland Road, Leeds 
Scotland v USA, September 27

Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester 
Tonga v Georgia, September 19
Scotland v Japan, September 23
Argentina v Georgia, September 25
USA v Japan, October 11

Sandy Park, Exeter 
Tonga v Namibia, September 29
Namibia v Georgia, October 7
Italy v Romania, October 11

Villa Park, Birmingham 
South Africa v Samoa, September 26
Australia v Uruguay, September 27
The additional tickets  include a mixture of seats released from ongoing venue planning and configuration, handbacks from the tournament's commercial programme and unions, and tickets that have been registered for official resale by fans who can no longer attend matches. Further tickets will be released for general sale on a monthly basis and details will be released in advance of sale.
The official ticket resale service, which opened on March 24, allows fans to sell tickets for matches they can no longer attend at face value, through a secure, transparent and authorised system at

The official resale programme will run up to and during the tournament. Any ticket posted and not sold through resale 24 hours prior to a match will remain the property of the selling fan for them to use to attend the match.  

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