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Match Schedule at Oita Stadium

  • 2 OctWednesday

    kick-off 19:15

    Pool B

    New ZealandNew Zealand v CanadaCanada

  • 5 OctSaturday

    kick-off 14:15

    Pool D

    AustraliaAustralia v UruguayUruguay

  • 9 OctWednesday

    kick-off 18:45

    Pool D

    WalesWales v FijiFiji

  • 19 OctSaturday

    kick-off 16:15

    Quarter-final 1

    Winner Pool C v Runner up Pool D

  • 20 OctSunday

    kick-off 16:15

    Quarter-final 3

    Winner Pool D v Runner up Pool C

Ticket Information

ID registration is necessary for the ticket purchase from
Rugby World Cup 2019 Official Ticketing Website rugby World Cup formula ticket site.

2019 Ticketing Schedule

Special ticket sales for previously unsuccessful candidates (First come first served) Tuesday, 15 January 20:19 ~ Thursday, 17 January 23:59 (JST) Second general ticket sales (First come first served) Saturday, 19 January 10:00 ~ Sunday, 31 March 23:49 (JST) Third general ticket sales (First come first served): May ~

Match Planning&Ticket Pricing

2 OctWednesday

Kick-off 19:15

New Zealand v Canada

Cat A

¥30,000

Cat B

¥22,000

Cat C

¥14,000

Cat C Child

¥5,000

Cat D

¥7,000

Cat D Child

¥2,500

5 OctSaturday

Kick-off 14:15

Australia v Uruguay

Cat A

¥20,000

Cat B

¥15,000

Cat C

¥10,000

Cat C Child

¥5,000

Cat D

¥5,000

Cat D Child

¥2,500

9 OctWednesday

Kick-off 18:45

Wales v Fiji

Cat A

¥15,000

Cat B

¥10,000

Cat C

¥6,000

Cat C Child

¥2,000

Cat D

¥3,000

Cat D Child

¥1,000

19 OctSaturday

Kick-off 16:15

QF 1 Winner Pool C Runner up PoolD

Cat A

¥40,000

Cat B

¥30,000

Cat C

¥20,000

Cat D

¥10,000

20 OctSunday

Kick-off 16:15

QF 3 Winner Pool D Runner up PoolC

Cat A

¥40,000

Cat B

¥30,000

Cat C

¥20,000

Cat D

¥10,000

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Match Planning & Ticket Pricing

Team Information

  • New Zealand

    New Zealand

    New Zealand

    The All Blacks, crowned the strongest team to exist in the world of rugby. A reporter once intended to refer to them as the “All Backs”, but misprinted it as “All Blacks”, resulting in a title that has stuck with them ever since.

  • Australia

    Australia

    Australia

    The Wallabies, named after the small kangaroos that hop around across Australia, have demonstrated a style of rugby which involves the intricate moving of the ball and its players throughout their long history of rugby.

  • Uruguay

    Uruguay

    Uruguay

    The Uruguay team, known for their white and pale blue jerseys, also known as the Los Teros. After competing in the 2007, 2011 and 2015 competitions, Uruguay’ s passion and momentum towards rugby is once again growing.

  • Wales

    Wales

    Wales

    The Red Dragons, named after their crimson jerseys, have made tradition of their tackling forwards and running style. At home test matches, the spectators are known to break into song of the National Anthem, “Land of My Fathers”.

  • Fiji

    Fiji

    Fiji

    The Flying Fijians, representing the Fijian islands, showcase their unique running style when it comes to competing on the pitch, similar to that of a Sevens tournament. They receive support wherever they are in the world, as they always promise an exciting match.

  • Canada

    Canada

    Canada

Special Supporters

  • Yoshikaze

    Professional sumo wrestler from Oita Prefecture

    Commissioned Date:November 28,2017
  • DRUM TAO

    Japanese Drum Art

    Commissioned Date:December 27,2017
  • (Seiichi Uchikawa)

    Professional baseball player from Oita Prefecture

    Commissioned Date:January 10,2019

Team camp Information

The official RWC2019™ team camps have been decided

Oita City

  • Uruguay

  • Fiji

About Oita City

Beppu City

  • Australia

  • Wales

  • New Zealand

About Beppu City

Oita Prefecture・Beppu City

  • Canada

About Oita Prefecture

Match Venue

Oita Stadium

1351 Yokoo, Oita Prefecture, 870-0126

Access

See other access methods(pdf)

Access to the match venue for during the tournament will be released at a later date.

VenueOita Stadium

Capacity40,000 people

Total floor area92,882m²

Completion date15th March, 2001

FeaturesOita Stadium was one of the venues for 2002 FIFA World Cup and is the largest stadium in western Japan. A new arena is being built next to the stadium which will serve as a hospitality space during the Rugby World Cup.

Access to Oita Stadium

Tokyo Hnaeda / Narita Oita Stadium

Haneda/Narita Airport

Flight 1.5hrs

Oita Airport

 

Airport bus/Car 1hr

Oita Station

 

Shuttle bus/Taxi 20mins

Oita Stadium

Oita Stadium

Osaka Itami Oita Stadium

Itami Airport

Flight 1hr

Oita Airport

 

Airport bus/Car 1hr

Oita Station

 

Shuttle bus/Taxi 20mins

Oita Stadium

Oita Stadium

Fukuoka Oita Stadium

Fukuoka Airport

Subway 5mins

Hakata Station

Kokura Station

Train 2hrs

Oita Station

 

Shuttle bus/Taxi 20mins

Oita Stadium

Oita Stadium

Shin-Osaka Oita Stadium

Shin-Osaka Station

Shinkansen 2.5hrs

Hakata Station

Kokura Station

Train 2hrs

Oita Station

 

Shuttle bus/Taxi 20mins

Oita Stadium

Oita Stadium

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