The cup of 2007 will take place in the hexagon at the end of the year
Between September the 7th and October the 20th, the French will have the privilege of hosting the sixth edition of the most important event in the rugby calendar, the World Cup.
The competiton will take place within 10 different cities across the country, notably in the Stade de France in Paris, in Marseille and Bordeaux...
This occurence has been prepared for quite a while now, as the qualifications started in 2004, gathering 90 nations in regional competitions. There will be 20 final contesting nations, fighting through 48 matches over 44 days.
The Webb Ellis Cup, named after the man who is said to have invented rugby, has been disputed for a short time, for the competition has been established in the 1980s, with the first World Cup in 1987, which was won by the New Zealand All Blacks. Since then, Australia, South Africa and England have subsequently won the title.
Who will win it this year? This is what France will witness next fall!