|DATE||KICK-OFF||MATCH||Cat A||Cat B||Cat C||Cat C Child||Cat D||Cat D Child|
|Wed 2 Oct||19:15||POOL B： New Zealand v Canada||￥30,000||￥22,000||￥14,000||￥5,000||￥7,000||￥2,500|
|Sat 5 Oct||14:15||POOL D： Australia v Uruguay||￥20,000||￥15,000||￥10,000||￥5,000||￥5,000||￥2,500|
|Wed 9 Oct||18:45||POOL D： Wales v Fiji||￥15,000||￥10,000||￥6,000||￥2,000||￥3,000||￥1,000|
|Sat 19 Oct||16:15||Quarter-Final1： England v Australia||￥40,000||￥30,000||￥20,000||-||￥10,000||-|
|Sun 20 Oct||16:15||Quarter-Final3： Wales v France||￥40,000||￥30,000||￥20,000||-||￥10,000||-|
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Fanzone in Oita will be held at Ikoi-no-michi square, where even those who have not bought match tickets can enjoy the rugby atmosphere.
Looking past differences in countries and language, this is the place to watch live screenings of matches while eating and taking in Oita and Japan’s unique culture and traditions with its impressive stage line-up.
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・・・Match Day in Oita
Oita Ikoi-no-michi Square
Right by the South Exit of Oita Station, and just a few steps away from the shuttle bus stops.
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・・・Match Day in Oita
Yufuin Genryu Daiko
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.
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.
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.
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”.
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.
The Canadian national team has kept its streak alive, as they are crowned Repechage winner against Kenya, Germany and Hong Kong. Nicknamed the Maple Leafs, they demonstrate a world of experience with the Rugby World Cup, as this year marks their ninth consecutive tournament. As the underdogs, they are prepared to shock the world.
Professional sumo wrestler from Oita PrefectureCommissioned Date：November 28,2017
Japanese Drum ArtCommissioned Date：December 27,2017
Professional baseball player from Oita PrefectureCommissioned Date：January 10,2019
The official RWC2019™ team camps have been decided
There will be 6 team camps Match Day in Oita prefecture
during the Rugby World Cup 2019TM.
Maybe at one of their public practices or local exchange events* is the perfect place to meet your favourite team or player!?
* Public practices and local events are up to each team, so may not take place.
1351 Yokoo, Oita Prefecture, 870-0126
Venue Oita Stadium
Capacity 40,000 people
Total floor area 92,882m²
Completion date 15th 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.