The Rugby World Cup 2015 Pools Officially Confirmed.

After Uruguay defeated Russia 36-27 in their second bout, they have successfully secured their place in the RWC 2015 being held in England.

Pool A is now most certainly the ‘Pool of Death’ (as if it wasn’t already).

Grupo A

  • Australia
  • Inglaterra
  • Gales
  • Oceania 1
  • Ganador playoff

Grupo B

  • Súdafrica
  • Samoa
  • Escocia
  • América 2
  • Asia 1

Grupo C

  • Argentina
  • Nueva Zelanda
  • Tonga
  • Africa 1
  • Europa 1

Grupo D

  • Francia
  • Irlanda
  • Italia
  • América 1
  • Europa 2

QF1: Ganador Pool B v Segundo Pool A QF2: Ganador Pool C v Segundo Pool D QF3: Ganador Pool A v Segundo Pool B QF4: Ganador Pool D v Segundo Pool C


SF1: Ganador QF1 v Ganador QF2 SF2: Ganador QF3 v Ganador QF4


Perdedor SF1 v Perdedor SF2


Ganador SF1 v Ganador SF2

‘This could be a fantastic group, and certainly might throw up the tightest finish and most intriguing battles. France, Ireland and Italy could all beat each other on their day, similar to the situation in Pool A. Ireland will fancy their chances of topping this group should their exciting youngsters continue to break through as France might be a bit shaky playing in England. Beware of the Italians though, they will certainly be fired up to upset their Six Nations peers and secure a first Quarter Final appearance.’

I’m happy with this! Could defo of been worse! A lot can change in three years but I think we’ll be grand COYBIG

RWC 2015

Pool A: Australia, England, Wales, Oceania 1, Play off Winner.

Pool B: South Africa, Samoa, Scotland, Asia 1, Americas 2.

Pool C: New Zealand, Argentina, Tonga, Europe 1, Africa 1.

Pool D: France, Ireland, Italy, Americas 1, Europe 1.

Imagine how sweet it would be to knock England out in the pool stages…


I will truely not be pleased if the opening game of the RWC 2015 will be played in freaking Cardiff. Sure, there will be games played there, by Wales or not, but come on- the opener of the World Cup should be played in its hosting country. It is also true that the capacity of Twickenham is 82,000 seats compared to the Millenium Stadium’s 72,500. The opening is going to be a huge event and everyone wants to watch it- it makes sense to have the bigger stadium. I have only been to Twickenham and the Millenium, but I can honestly say that I enjoyed the Twickenham experience and atmosphere much better. I liked the Millenium, but it was too small for my liking and there weren’t as many stalls or places to buy food from. I actually really enjoy the walk to Twickenham as the atmosphere is electric as the crowd is surging towards the stadium- I cant put it into words. I may be bias and English, but I really feel it would be better to play the game at Twickenham, in England.