France Pare-Brise becomes official supporter of Rugby World Cup France 2023

France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the biggest sporting event in the world in 2023.

France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the biggest sporting event in the world in 2023. 

The car window repair and replacement specialist has become Official Supporter of Rugby World Cup 2023, which will take place in France. 

As a partner of regional rugby for many years, France Pare-Brise is reaffirming its commitment by supporting the premier men's competition in the sport 

The France Pare-Brise network shares common values with Rugby World Cup 2023: team spirit, integrity, passion and conviviality. Through this agreement, the brand wants to be as close as possible to the fans before and during the event; creating commitment towards its customers, its members and its insurance partners with a programme of dedicated activities. 

Claude Atcher, France 2023 CEO said: "We are delighted that France Pare-Brise and its network, who make proximity and team spirit daily virtues, are joining the France 2023 adventure. The year 2023 will be a Rugby World Cup for France's regions, where the members of France Pare-Brise are located, and who will take part in this great celebration as close to their homes as possible." 

Pierre-Yves Desjeux, Deputy Managing Director of France Pare-Brise said: "It is a great pride for our 192 members and their 1,000 employees to be present alongside France 2023 as an Official Supporter. It is a real opportunity to animate our network and our customers by sharing the values of rugby and its moments of celebration and conviviality." 


Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place in France from 8 September-28 October with matches played in nine venues across 10 host cities. The tournament will be the 10th men’s Rugby World Cup and the second to be hosted by France after a memorable event in 2007.
RWC 2023 will take place in a year when the sport celebrates 200 years since Rugby School pupil William Webb Ellis was credited with inventing the game of rugby football by showing “a fine disregard for the rules” in catching the ball and running with it in 1823.
France 2023 aims to be a positive impact competition, setting new standards in social responsibility, inclusion and sustainable development for a major international sporting event. Four strong commitments have been made: to act for a sustainable and circular economy, to commit to education, training and employment, to limit the impact on the environment, and to support inclusion and accessibility. 

Rugby World Cup 2023 will be a flagship event for rugby, with 20 teams competing. Forty-eight matches will be played over 51 days. 

Created in 1993, now a subsidiary of the St-Gobain group, the France Pare-Brise network has more than 450 centres throughout France, managed by 190 independent business owners and more than 1,000 employees committed to serving their customers. France Pare-Brise was voted best auto glass repair chain in 2022 in the "Quality of Service" category by a panel of 20,000 consumers surveyed by Capital magazine.