CSL Hospitality are proud to have been selected by DAIMANI as Ireland's exclusive Official Hospitality Sales Agent for Rugby World Cup 2023. RWC2023 promises to be a massive occasion with Ireland drawn in pool B with Scotland, Romania, Tonga and reigning champions South Africa.
Every match promises to be a mouth-watering experience both on and off the field. First of all – enjoy the rugby from the best seats in the house, a category of ticket not available for public purchase. And then savour an Official Hospitality programme that promises an immersive experience faithful to the two teams and their cultures, while also being enhanced by touches of French excellence.
Ireland games will be across Paris, Nantes and Bordeaux with the clash against South Africa and Scotland set for Stade de France in Saint-Denis, in the outskirts of Paris. As Ireland look to progress past the quarter finals for the first time in our history you and your clients can savour the best of the action through the official hospitality programme.
At the heart of the vision for #RWC2023 is a simple concept: Guests of Official Hospitality at France 2023 will experience the unique togetherness, esprit de corps and fellowship that lie at the heart of this storied game. The Official Hospitality programme has been designed to offer various tiers of hospitality products, always with an emphasis on elegance and style, while showcasing each city’s specialities and unique French ‘terroir’.
Ireland v Romania: Saturday September 9th 2023 BORDEAUX, Stade de Bordeaux
Ireland v Tonga: Saturday September 16th 2023 NANTES, Stade de la Beaujoire
South Africa v Ireland: Saturday 23rd September 2023 SAINT DENIS, PARIS, Stade de France
Ireland v Scotland: Saturday 7th October 2023 SAINT DENIS, PARIS, Stade de France
Rugby World Cup 2023 will take place in France from 8 September - 28 October with matches played in nine venues across 10 host cities. The tournament will be the 10th men’s Rugby World Cup and the second to be hosted by France after a memorable event in 2007.
RWC Rugby World Cup is the world championship for the sport of rugby union and takes place every four years. Twenty teams will take part in Rugby World Cup 2023, divided into four pools of five teams, followed by QFs, SFs, a bronze medal playoff and the Finals. Twelve teams qualified directly by finishing in the top three in their pool at Japan 2019 and eight from a global qualification process with 48 matches played across 51 days.
World Rugby have ensured an even more keenly contested tournament in the group stages, extending the competition by one week to ensure that all teams have a minimum five days between each fixture. This expanded schedule means Rugby World Cup 2023 has a unique ‘weekend’ feel to it which is ideally suited to Official Hospitality engagement: 42 of the tournament’s 48 matches will take place on either a Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
See Rugby World Cup 2023 Hospitality Terms and Conditions