Rugby World Cup 2023, 10 matches at Stade de France
Book Official Hospitality packages for Rugby World Cup France 2023 at Stade de France
ENJOY official hospitality of RUGBY WORLD CUP France 2023 AT STADE DE FRANCE
|SKYBOX||WEBB ELLIS STAR||WEBB ELLIS||DU MANOIR||LE VILLAGE|
|Gourmet Buffet||Sit-down Meal||Sit-down Meal||Cocktail||Cocktail|
|Services in the stadium||Near the stadium|
|Duration of the service|
|Half-time services||Service throughout your experience|
|Content of the services|
|Seats allocated next to the hospitality lounge|
|Beverage (alcoholic and soft)|
|1 parking Pass for||2 packages purchased||4 packages purchased||4 packages purchased||4 packages purchased||4 packages purchased|
|Availability «Prices from»|
|Pack 2 Matches Ouverture||€ 3 750 / person excl. VAT||Not Available||€ 3 400 / person excl. VAT||€ 3 200 / person excl. VAT||€ 2 800 / person excl. VAT|
|Pack 2 Matches Poule B||€ 2 857 / person excl. VAT||Not Available||€ 2 400 / person excl. VAT||€ 2 200 / person excl. VAT||€ 1 900 / person excl. VAT|
|Pack 2 Matches 1/4 de finale Stade de France||€ 4 821 / person excl. VAT||Not Available||€ 4 400 / person excl. VAT||€ 4 200 / person excl. VAT||€ 3 800 / person excl. VAT|
|Pack 4 Matches Phase Finale||€ 9 821 / person excl. VAT||Not Available||€ 9 400 / person excl. VAT||€ 8 400 / person excl. VAT||€ 7 500 / person excl. VAT|
|Pack 10 Matches Full Series Stade de France||Contact Us||Contact Us||Contact Us||Contact Us||Contact Us|
|Single Match||Not available||Not available||Not available||Not available||Not available|
Stade de France, a legendary venue
Inaugurated in 1998, Stade de France holds a special place in the hearts of rugby fans. The largest stadium in France, it has been the scene of the greatest moments of French football and rugby teams for over 20 years, welcoming as well the most renowned international artists for concerts, each more breathtaking than the last. As the site of the greatest international sporting competitions on several occasions, Stade de France will become in 2024 the only stadium in the world to have hosted a FIFA World Cup, two Rugby World Cups (in 2007 and 2023), a World Athletics Championship and the Olympic and Paralympic Games. A stone's throw from the center of Paris, Stade de France will be the beating heart of Rugby World Cup 2023. It will host 10 of the competition’s most prestigious matches, including the opening match, two quarter-finals, two semi-finals and the final.
Experience Rugby World Cup France 2023 from official hospitality of Stade de France
France is an art of living, a certain refinement, and a great deal of conviviality and sharing! Each of our hospitality services is designed to reflect this “French touch” appreciated the world over. Our warm and elegant reception areas are designed to facilitate your discussions and meetings. An emblem of France, gastronomy will shine in every menu, with: regional specialities, local products, new gastronomy, chefs’ cuisine – every facet of France’s culinary heritage will be on display at each match, and particular attention will be paid to the marriage of food and wine. Last but not least, each match will be the scene of festive live events to offer an immersive introductory experience to rugby and the culture of the two teams playing, giving each guest a memorable experience.
The history of Rugby World Cup
An unmissable event for all those passionate about the oval ball, Rugby World Cup has been held every four years since 1987. A hallmark competition for international rugby, it represents the ultimate goal for any player who dreams of raising the Webb Ellis Cup high over head.
Rugby World Cup transcends borders, and at each edition, the host country sees an immense public celebration unfold: the whole country flocks to experience the culture of each participating team and comes together in communion around the emblematic values of this sport: team spirit, the love of effort and performance, and solidarity.
This 10th edition of Rugby World Cup will officially kick off on September 8, 2023, and conclude on October 28, 2023 with the competition final on the pitch of Stade de France. For 51 days of celebration, the 20 best teams in the world will battle it out to succeed South Africa as defending champions and celebrate the 200th anniversary of rugby.