RUGBY WORLD CUP 2023


DAIMANI are proud to confirm our appointment as the Exclusive International Official Hospitality Agent for Rugby World Cup 2023. Every match promises to be a mouth-watering experience both on and off the field. First of all – enjoy the rugby from the best seats in the house, a category of ticket not available for public purchase. And then savour an Official Hospitality programme that promises an immersive experience faithful to the two teams and their cultures, while also being enhanced by touches of French excellence.


Crouch: We invite you to browse through the sections below and familiarise yourself with the fantastic packages on offer!


Touch: From Follow My Team to City Packs, Le Weekend and L’Expert Packs, we have a variety of options for all tastes and budgets. Click through the links below and find the perfect package to suit you.


Set: Select your package using our seamless click-and-buy shop, and secure your place in the best seats at the heart of the game. Rugby World Cup France 2023 awaits!


At the heart of the vision for #RWC2023 is a simple concept: Guests of Official Hospitality France 2023 will savour the unique togetherness, esprit de corps and fellowship that lie at the heart of this storied game. The Official Hospitality programme has been designed to offer various tiers of hospitality products, always with an emphasis on elegance and style, while showcasing each city’s specialities and unique French ‘terroir’.


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Don’t miss any pool games of your favourite team by selecting the Follow My Team Pack! Browse the teams below to find out more.
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Argentina

Having beaten New Zealand in 2020 and drawn twice with Australia, Argentina will be among the most fancied of the major teams. Their fixtures against England and Japan promise to be spectacular.​

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Australia

Australia’s open style of play have made them synonymous with some of the most memorable moments in Rugby World Cup history. Two-time winners of the Webb Ellis Cup, in 1991 and 1999, Australia will hope to dominate once more in 2023.​

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England

England remain the only northern hemisphere nation to lift the Webb Ellis Cup but struggled in the 2021 Six Nations. But, with this generation of brilliant players, beware the wounded Lion. ​

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Fiji

The Pacific Island nation’s spectacular game, a clever mix of power, speed, and skill and agility with the ball in hand, is a pleasure to watch. The Fijians find themselves drawn against Australia and Wales for the third time in a row.

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Ireland

As a perennial powerhouse in the Six Nations, Ireland will be thrilled at the prospect of a European-hosted Rugby World Cup and the chance to achieve a major milestone: to get beyond the quarter-finals of the tournament for the first time in history.​

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Italy

Finishing third in their pool in the last five editions, Italy will be targeting getting through the knockout stages for the first time. But to do that they will have to overcome either New Zealand or France, two RWC 2023 favourites.​

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Japan

The surprise team in the last two tournaments, Japan captivated both local and overseas fans with their intense, fast-paced, skills-based attacking game. With a new professional league recently launched, Japan look good to repeat their sensational performances in 2023 in a pool containing England and Argentina.

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New Zealand

New Zealand are three-time winners of the Webb Ellis Cup and, stung by their semifinal exit in 2019, will once again be among the favourites at Rugby World Cup 2023. The most dominant team in the history of world rugby. ​

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Scotland

Scotland’s last-minute defeat of France, winning in Paris for the first time in 22 years, in the deciding 2021 Six Nations fixture showed there’s no shortage of self-belief in this team. And those performances can only lift when crowds return, belting out Flower of Scotland in a packed stadium, the most beautiful sporting anthems.​

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South Africa

Defending champions South Africa will have the opportunity to write another chapter in their inspiring history by becoming the first team to win the Webb Ellis Cup four times.​

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Wales

2021 Six Nations champions under a first-time coach, Wales must be thrilled at the prospect of overhauling the record of three-time semi-finalists (1987, 2011, 2019) at Rugby World Cup 2023. ​

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Make the most of exploring the city and region of each of the Host Cities by selecting City Pack.

Stade de France

A stone’s throw from the centre of Paris, this city bursts with energy drawn from its strength and youthful dynamism. 

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Stade Vélodrome​

The cosmopolitan vibe comes from a maritime history that has given Marseille a unique and international window on the world​.

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Stade Pierre Mauroy​

It is a city characterised by its cultural vitality, quality of life and festive energy.​ ​

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Stade de Bordeaux​

The acknowledged world capital of wine, Bordeaux is a cultural destination not to be missed.​

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Stade de la Beaujoire​

The city is steeped in history and culture which go hand in hand with a stadium that has hosted some exceptional concerts and Rugby World Cup matches in the past.

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Stade Geoffroy Guichard​

With a stadium renowned for its incredible atmosphere, ask anyone who attended RWC 2007 or UEFA Euro 2016, ‘Le Chaudron’ will once again be stirring up the fans’ passions.​ ​

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Parc OL​

After the success of RWC 2007 and the 2016 European Challenge Cup final, Lyon is preparing to dazzle with yet another five-star event in France's third largest stadium. ​ ​

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Stade de Nice​

Built on the banks of a remarkable bay, the capital of the Côte d’Azur is a popular destination for visitors from all over the world. ​ ​

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Stadium de Toulouse​

The passion for rugby will be celebrated throughout the city. Even more so in its stadium, nicknamed ‘Little Wembley’, which never misses an opportunity to deliver an exceptional sporting contest.​ ​

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French hospitality excellence will transport guests of France 2023 Official Hospitality right to the mouth-watering heart of the game - friendship through rugby, before, during and after the match.​ Browse the different Official Hospitality options. Each offer a unique simplicity and elegance, while showcasing local flair and French ‘terroirs’.​

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