South Africa 2023

RWC hosts and tournament winners

2017-11-16 06:00

London - The host country of the 2023 Rugby World Cup will be decided on Wednesday, November 15 when 39 World Rugby Council members vote with South Africa, France and Ireland competing for the prize.

A look at previous Webb Ellis Cup hosts as well as who won the tournament.

1987 - Hosts: New Zealand

WINNERS: New Zealand

1991 - Hosts: England

WINNERS: Australia

1995 - Hosts: South Africa

WINNERS: South Africa

1999 - Hosts: Wales

WINNERS: Australia

2003 - Hosts: Australia

WINNERS: England

2007 - Hosts: France

WINNERS: South Africa

2011 - Hosts: New Zealand

WINNERS: New Zealand

2015 - Hosts: England

WINNERS: New Zealand

2019 - Hosts: Japan

WINNERS: TBC

2013 - Hosts: France

WINNERS: TBC

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