Fans will have another opportunity to buy tickets for a further 26 Rugby World Cup 2015 matches when they go on general sale on 28 May via tickets.rugbyworldcup.com.

Around 100,000 tickets will go on sale next week, in addition to the 30,000 tickets currently on general sale, with matches available across all 13 venues and for all 20 teams. A range of price categories will be available, with a significant quantity of tickets at categories C and D,  providing fans with another opportunity to watch their team in action.

Ten thousand tickets for England v Uruguay in Manchester City Stadium, 8,000 tickets across all five matches at the Olympic Stadium including the Bronze Final, France v Ireland and the two quarter-finals at Millennium Stadium will be available on 28 May.

The additional tickets are a mixture of handbacks from the Rugby World Cup Limited commercial programme, further seats following venue configuration and tickets that have been registered through the Official Rugby World Cup 2015 resale programme.

The 39 matches currently on sale at tickets.rugbyworldcup.com include:

  • Tonga v Georgia at Kingsholm Stadium, Saturday 19 September, 12:00*
  • Argentina v Georgia at Kingsholm Stadium, Friday 25 September, 16:45*
  • USA v Japan at Kingsholm Stadium, Sunday 11 October, 20:00*
  • South Africa v Japan at Brighton Community Stadium, Saturday 19 September, 16:45*
  • Samoa v USA at Brighton Community Stadium, Sunday 20 September, 12:00*
  • New Zealand v Argentina at Wembley Stadium, Sunday 20 September, 16:45*
  • Ireland v Romania at Wembley Stadium, Sunday 27 September, 16:45
  • Scotland v Japan at Kingsholm Stadium, Wednesday 23 September, 14:30*
  • France v Romania at Olympic Stadium, Wednesday 23 September, 20:00*
  • New Zealand v Namibia at Olympic Stadium, Thursday 24 September, 20:00*
  • Ireland v Italy at Olympic Stadium, Sunday 4 October, 16:45* 
  • Bronze Final at Olympic Stadium, Friday 30 October, Friday 20:00*
  • South Africa v Samoa at Villa Park, Saturday 26 September, 16:45*
  • Australia v Uruguay at Villa Park, Sunday 27 September, 12:00
  • Italy v Canada at Elland Road, Saturday 26 September, 14:30
  • Scotland v USA at Elland Road, Sunday 27 September, 14:30*
  • Tonga v Namibia at Sandy Park, Tuesday 29 September, 16:45*
  • Namibia v Georgia at Sandy Park, Wednesday 7 October, 20:00*
  • Italy v Romania at Sandy Park, Sunday 11 October, 14:30*
  • France v Canada at Stadium MK, Thursday 1 October, 20:00*
  • Samoa v Japan at Stadium MK. Saturday 3 October, 14:30*
  • South Africa v Scotland at St James' Park, Saturday 3 October, 16:45*
  • New Zealand v Tonga at St James' Park, Friday 9 October, 20:00*
  • Samoa v Scotland at St James Park, Saturday 10 October, 14:30
  • France v Italy at Twickenham Stadium, Saturday 19 September, 20:00  
  • Fiji v Uruguay at Stadium MK, Tuesday 6 October, 20:00*
  • Argentina v Tonga at Leicester City Stadium, Sunday 4 October, 14:30
  • Canada v Romania at Leicester City Stadium, Tuesday 6 October, 16:45
  • Argentina v Namibia at Leicester City Stadium, Sunday 11 October, 20:00
  • South Africa v USA at Olympic Stadium, Wednesday 7 October, 16:45*
  • England v Uruguay at Manchester City Stadium, Saturday 10 October, 20:00*
  • Ireland v Canada at Millennium Stadium, Saturday 19 September, 14:30
  • Wales v Uruguay at Millennium Stadium, Sunday 20 September, 14:30
  • Australia v Fiji at Millennium Stadium, Wednesday 23 September, 16:45
  • Wales v Fiji at Millennium Stadium, Thursday 1 October, 16:45
  • France v Ireland at Millennium Stadium, Sunday 11 October, 16:45*
  • New Zealand v Georgia at Millennium Stadium, Friday 2 October, 20:00
  • QF2: Winner Pool C v Runner-up Pool D at Millennium Stadium, Saturday 17 October, 20:00*
  • Qf3: Winner Pool D v Runner-up Pool C at Millennium Stadium, Sunday 18 October, 20:00*

N.B. Asterix indicates the 26 newly released tickets on sale 28 May

Great games available

England Rugby 2015 Managing Director, Stephen Brown, said: "With less than four months to go the excitement for the tournament is building, and we are pleased to be able to offer fans another chance to purchase tickets. With many great games available, including England v Uruguay in Manchester, and all ticket categories on offer, this is another opportunity for fans that missed out first time around to watch world-class rugby in person."

The official ticket resale service is still live via tickets.rugbyworldcup.com and provides support to fans who wish to sell tickets for matches they can no longer attend. Fans should only buy tickets from official sources to ensure their ticket is valid for entry at Rugby World Cup 2015 matches.

Tickets are also available via the official travel (domestic and international) and hospitality programmes. More details on these programmes can be found at www.rugbyworldcup.com/ticketing.

In order to enjoy the best possible spectator experience  and not be let down or misled, Rugby World Cup 2015 are urging fans to only buy tickets from official sources. For more information and to check whether a company or certain website is an official RWC 2015 channel, fans can use an 'Official Checker' tool located at www.rugbyworldcup.com/buyofficial.