A special show will be broadcast live on Rugby World Cup France 2023 social media channels on 8 September to celebrate two years to go until the tournament kicks off.
Go behind the scenes of the Rugby World Cup 2023 build-up with a live show streaming from Paris. With two years to go until the mouth-watering opening match between hosts France and three-time champions New Zealand at the Stade de France, special guests will be present to discuss what fans can expect from the 10th edition of the men's Rugby World Cup, which falls in the 200th anniversary year of the sport's creation by Rugby School pupil William Webb Ellis.
Beyond the sporting aspect, this milestone will also be an opportunity for France 2023 to highlight the tournament's 10 host cities and the various societal projects launched in recent months. In particular the Campus 2023 apprenticeship programme and Rugby au Cœur (Rugby at Heart), the Official Charity of Rugby World Cup 2023.
Exclusive announcements will also be made about the Volunteer Programme and the upcoming ticketing sale, so make sure to visit the @RugbyWorldCupFrance2023 Facebook page on 8 September at 18:00 local time (GMT+1).