USA Rugby World Cup Bids Approved

It was expected for several months, but that didn’t make the announcement any less exciting. Earlier today, World Rugby voted unanimously to approve USA Rugby as the host of the 2031 men’s and 2023 women’s World Cups. As expected, England was named the host of the 2025 women’s event, while Australia will host in 2027 … Continue reading USA Rugby World Cup Bids Approved

Australia Gaining Momentum for Rugby World Cup 2029 Hosting Duties

World Rugby convinced USA Rugby to focus their bid on the 2033 World Cup instead of the intended 2029 competition. Now, we know why. Rugby Australia announced additional government support for a bid for the 2029 women's competition. This comes after government support for the 2027 men's competition. When World Rugby nudged the USA to … Continue reading Australia Gaining Momentum for Rugby World Cup 2029 Hosting Duties

USA Expected to Receive 2031, 2033 Rugby World Cups

Rugby's crown jewel is coming to America. The Guardian is reporting that World Rugby expects to award both the 2031 and 2033 World Cups to the USA. The official decision will be made in mid-May. However, barring any significant changes, the bid is expected to be successful. The bid seemed headed for success after a … Continue reading USA Expected to Receive 2031, 2033 Rugby World Cups

USA Rugby World Cup Bid Focusing on 2031/2033

Hopes for a future Rugby World Cup in the USA have moved a bit further into the future. After a three day summit with World Rugby, including World Rugby CEO Alan Gilpin, the sides mutually agreed to shift the bids focus to a 2031 Men's Cup and a 2023 Women's Cup. https://twitter.com/USRugbyWC/status/1504835914849140743 The initial World … Continue reading USA Rugby World Cup Bid Focusing on 2031/2033