On the 18th of September, Chris Robshaw will lead out the England team in front of a rapturous Twickenham crowd to face Fiji in the opening fixture of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. England were dumped out of the 2011 tournament by France in the quarter finals but Stuart Lancaster’s men, buoyed by home support, will be looking to progress to the latter stages of the world cup this time around.
The tournament is being held over the course of six weeks and played in thirteen stadiums across eleven UK cities. Wherever you’re heading to get a taste of Rugby World Cup action, we have serviced apartments available in every host city. Click on the images below to view the serviced apartments available in each location.
Whether you’ll be watching the games in person or at home screaming at the television, we’ve created a handy wall chart for you to use throughout the tournament to keep track of all the drama. Click on the image of the wall chart below to download (it looks best when printed in A3).