So, you’ve just watched the Six Nations and now you’re eager to watch some more international rugby? Not to fear, the Six Nations is just one of the many exciting rugby tournaments that take place around the world, and we're here to guide you through what's coming up in 2023 and how you can make the most of your rugby experience.
There are several international rugby tournaments that take place throughout the year, with some of the most notable being the Rugby World Cup, the Autumn Internationals and the Women’s Six Nations.
If you’ve not been to see a rugby game before there’s a couple of things you’ll need to tick off before going:
- It goes without saying that you’ll need a ticket, so we’ve included links to each game below.
- Travel to the game is something you’ll have to be aware of. Whether you’re using public transport, driving or going on foot, planning ahead will help you avoid the crowds before the game.
- Not every stadium has great parking options, that’s where we can help with our network of private driveways that can get you closer than most car parks.
- After that you just have to worry about what you’ll be wearing and what to eat on the day.
Rugby World Cup
The Rugby World Cup is the biggest event in international rugby, taking place every four years. In 2023, the Rugby World Cup will be held in France, across nine venues with the final being played at the Stade de France, near Paris.
The Autumn Internationals (also known as the Autumn Nations Series) are a series of test matches typically played across the UK in October and November each year. As the Rugby World Cup is being played in September and October this year, the Autumn Internationals won’t go ahead as originally planned. Instead, in May and August, many nations will be participating in the following warm-up matches for The World Cup:
Sunday 28 May 2023
Saturday 5 August 2023
Saturday 12 August 2023
Saturday 19 August 2023
Friday 25 August 2023
Saturday 26 August 2023
Women’s Six Nations
Not long after the finish of the men’s tournament, the Women’s Six Nations will be kicking off on 25th March 2023. The 22nd edition of this annual tournament will see the best talent in Europe face off to dethrone current holders England.
Round one fixtures
Round two fixtures
Round three fixtures
16 April: France vs. Scotland (Stade de la Rabine, Vannes)
Round four fixtures
Round five fixtures
If all of this sounds good to you, get ready for an action-packed year of rugby by booking your parking ahead of time. That way you know you’ve got a parking space waiting for you when you get there. Plus, parking on a private driveway gets you closer to the action, saves you money and your session can easily be extended through our app.