The United States is officially nominated today as a candidate to host the 2027 or 2031 Rugby World Cup, USA Rugby announced.
The North American Rugby Authority will continue to plan and prepare for the nomination before the January 2022 deadline and there it will submit the formal proposal to World Rugby.
The nomination will be made by a panel of American experts in rugby and sports and will cover financial planning, event objectives, competitions, stadiums, host cities, and player and player welfare. Sports development.
“Raising your hand to host the Rugby World Cup is the standard for the game in America,” USA Rugby CEO and former Rugby World Cup CEO Ross Young said of the show.
“The fantastic work done by this group of experts in the field, led by former director Jim Brown, goes beyond what has been accomplished previously at this point, and really highlights the potential of the Rugby World Cup on American soil,” USA Rugby posted on their official website.
The decision to take this important step toward a bid to host is based on the positive and encouraging results of the Rugby World Cup feasibility study, the sole purpose of which is to assess the United States’ ability to host the World Cup and what it could be. Maximum standards of potential and success.
The United States will be the first Rugby World Cup, with nine matches organized, to be developed in America. So far, three have been held in Oceania, one in Japan, four in Europe (the fifth in 2023, in France) and one in South Africa.
The World Cup Finals were: 1987 (Australia and New Zealand), 1991 (UK and France), 1995 (South Africa), 1999 (UK and France), 2003 (Australia), 2007 (France, Wales and Scotland), 2011 (New Zealand), 2015 (England and Wales), 2019 (Japan).
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