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Rugby World Cup 2023: Semi-Final, Final Schedule, Prize Money And Where To Watch In India

The Rugby World Cup 2023 was nearing its conclusion, with only the semi-finals and final matches remaining to determine the champions. Since its kickoff on September 9, 2023, fans from all over the world got to witness a stunning performance of rugby. All eyes are now set on the grand stage where the drama will unfold—the Stade de France in Saint-Denis.

Argentina, New Zealand, England, and South Africa will compete in the semi-finals, which will feature a clash of rugby titans. The defending champions, South Africa, have been in exceptional form, and their experience and resilience make them strong contenders to retain their title. The Rugby World Cup 2023 offers a total prize money pool of £40 million, with the champion team set to claim £4.8 million.

Rugby World Cup 2023: Semi-Final, Final Full Schedule, Prize Money And Where To Watch In India

Rugby World Cup 2023 Semi-Final and Final Schedule

Date Match Details Time (IST) Venue
October 21, 2023 Argentina vs New Zealand 12:30 AM Stade de France, Saint-Denis
October 22, 2023 England vs Winner Quarter-final 4 12:30 AM Stade de France, Saint-Denis
October 28, 2023 Runner-up Semi-final 1 vs Runner-up Semi-final 2 12:30 AM Stade de France, Saint-Denis
October 29, 2023 Winner Semi-final 1 vs Winner Semi-final 2 12:30 AM Stade de France, Saint-Denis

Rugby World Cup 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

Result Prize Money In Pounds Prize Money In USD Prize Money In Rupees
Champions £ 4800000 $ 5822472 ₹ 484999978
Runners-Up £ 2500000 $ 3032537 ₹ 252604155
Semi-Finalists £ 1200000 $ 1455618 ₹ 121223212
Quarter Finalists £ 600,000 $ 727809 ₹ 60611605

Rugby World Cup 2023 Live Telecast And Streaming Details In India

The Rugby World Cup 2023 Semi-Final and Final matches will be broadcast live on the Sony Sports Network channels in India. The Fancode app will also provide live streaming services for the Women’s World Cup 2023.

Rugby World Cup Winners – From 1987 To 2019

Year Winner Runners-Up Host Captain
1987 New Zealand France Australia and New Zealand David Kirk
1991 Australia England UK and France Nick Farr-Jones
1995 South Africa New Zealand South Africa Francois Pienaar
1999 Australia France Wales John Eales
2003 England Australia Australia Martin Johnson
2007 South Africa England France John Smit
2011 New Zealand France New Zealand Richie McCaw
2015 New Zealand Australia England Richie McCaw
2019 South Africa England Japan Siya Kolisi
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