Rugby World Cup 2015 Rankings Team List | RWC 2015 England

Rugby World Cup 2015 Rankings Team List | RWC 2015 England


Rugby World Cup 2015 is about to take place in England in few months. Total 25 teams are going to participate in Rugby World Cup categorized into 5 POOLS.

The top 25 teams going to collide in the Rugby World Cup and are the ones, ranking among the 101 teams all over the World Cup.

In fact Pakistan also has its spot in Rugby World Rankings teamwise, high to low, rankwise rwc2015 teams, having their spot at 79th position.

But no sign of Indian Team in the Rugby World Ranking Table. :(

New Zealand team hold the #1 Spot in Rugby World Points Table and are Rugby World Champions of 2011.

Below is the latest updated FULL list of Rugby World Cup Teams recorded at 3rd August 2015 with Ranking Spot and points.

Team names are on the left hand side corresponding to their points in Rugby World Table.

World Ranking Teams                              Total Points



  1. New Zealand (NZL)                                94.33
  2. South Africa (RSA)                                 86.37
  3. Ireland (IRE)                                            85.76
  4. England (ENG)                                        85.40
  5. Australia (AUS)                                       85.23
  6. Wales (WAL)                                           84.07
  7. France (FRA)                                            79.74
  8. Argentina (ARG)                                      77.17
  9. Samoa (SAM)                                           76.15
  10. Fiji (FJI)                                                    76.02
  11. Scotland (SCO)                                         74.79
  12. Tonga (TGA)                                             74.51
  13. Georgia (GEO)                                          72.16
  14. Japan (JPN)                                                71.89
  15. Italy (ITA)                                                  71.85
  16. USA (USA)                                                68.04
  17. Romania (ROM)                                         66.73
  18. Canada (CAN)                                            65.61
  19. Uruguay (URU)                                          62.11
  20. Spain (ESP)                                                 61.54
  21. Namibia (NAM)                                          61.28
  22. Russia (RUS)                                               61.10
  23. Chile (CHL)                                                 57.34
  24. Hong Kong (HKG)                                       57.31
  25. Korea (KOR)                                                56.70
  26. Belgium (BEL)                                             56.47
  27. Zimbabwe (ZIM)                                          56.44
  28. Kenya (KEN)                                                56.17
  29. Portugal (POR)                                             55.72
  30. Germany (GER)                                            54.78
  31. Ukraine (UKR)                                             54.07
  32. Moldova (MDA)                                           53.69
  33. Netherlands (NED)                                       51.86
  34. Czech Republic (CZE)                                  51.07
  35. Paraguay (PAR)                                            50.46
  36. Poland (POL)                                                49.84
  37. Sri Lanka (SRI)                                             49.79
  38. Switzerland (SUI)                                          49.49
  39. Brazil (BRA)                                                  49.26
  40. Tunisia (TUN)                                                49.11
  41. Madagascar (MAD)                                        48.71
  42. Kazakhstan (KAZ)                                          48.14 
  43. Malta (MLT)                                                   48.12
  44. Lithuania (LTU)                                              48.01
  45. Trinidad & Tobago (TRI)                                47.38
  46. Cook Islands (COK)                                         47.11
  47. Colombia (COL)                                               46.37
  48. Uganda (UGA)                                                  46.35
  49. Sweden (SWE)                                                  46.05
  50. Senegal (SEN)                                                   45.96
  51. Cote D'Ivoire (CIV)                                           45.76
  52. Philippines (PHP)                                               45.12
  53. Guyana (GUY)                                                   44.88
  54. Croatia (CRO)                                                    44.83
  55. Israel (ISR)                                                          44.20
  56. Mexico (MEX)                                                    43.61
  57. Malaysia (MAS)                                                  43.53
  58. Andorra (AND)                                                   43.10
  59. Singapore (SIN)                                                   42.92
  60. Cayman Islands (CAY)                                        42.87
  61. Venezuela (VEN)                                                 41.65
  62. Latvia (LAT)                                                        41.33
  63. Botswana (BWA)                                                 40.99
  64. Chinese Taipei (TPE)                                           40.27
  65. Luxembourg (LUX)                                              40.25
  66. Bermuda (BER)                                                    40.03
  67. China (CHN)                                                         39.58
  68. Hungary (HUN)                                                     39.21
  69. Peru (PER)                                                             38.84
  70. Slovenia (SVN)                                                     38.80
  71. Guam (GUM)                                                        38.11
  72. Thailand (THA)                                                     37.46
  73. Barbados (BRB)                                                     37.39
  74. India (IND)                                                             37.12
  75. Nigeria (NGA)                                                        37.03
  76. Jamaica (JAM)                                                        36.99
  77. St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG)                     36.84
  78. Serbia (SRB)                                                            36.82
  79. Pakistan (PAK)                                                        36.74
  80. Zambia (ZAM)                                                         35.80
  81. Denmark (DEN)                                                       35.73
  82. Bosnia & Herzegovina (BIH)                                   35.43
  83. Austria (AUT)                                                           35.00
  84. United Arab Emirates (UAE)                                    34.92
  85. Bahamas (BHS)                                                         34.55
  86. Uzbekistan (UZB)                                                     33.89
  87. Mauritius (MUS)                                                       33.86
  88. Norway (NOR)                                                           32.78
  89. Swaziland (SWZ)                                                       32.04
  90. Bulgaria (BUL)                                                          31.98
  91. Finland (FIN)                                                              29.89
  92. Indonesia (IDO)                                                          28.73
  93. Greece (HEL)                                                              28.55
  94. Morocco (MAR)                                                          25.59
  95. Papua New Guinea (PNG)                                           22.63
  96. Niue Island (NIU)                                                        20.22
  97. Solomon Islands (SOL)                                               20.18
  98. Cameroon (CAM)                                                        19.16
  99. Tahiti (PYF)                                                                 17.69
  100. Monaco (MON)                                                           17.59
  101. Vanuatu (VAN)                                                            16.73
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#RWC 2015 Rugby World Cup Teams Pool Stages, Rankings Points

#RWC 2015 Rugby World Cup Teams Pool Stages, Rankings Points

With few days to go before Rugby World Cup 2015, we just take a closer look to the World Rugby Rankings of the teams.

This is a current stats of Rankings for the participating teams in Rugby World Cup. The teams have their spots in the four Pools Stages of Rugby World Cup 2015 according to their
World Rugby Rankings.

Teams in POOL A - Rugby World Cup 2015 Ran kings

Pool A of Rugby World Cup so far looks the most competitive Pools as compared to the others since it has three strong sides - England, Australia and Wales in it.
England is the host for Rugby World Cup 2015 and holds the fourth spot in Rugby World Rankings.
Australia is already two times Rugby World Cup Winners and comes to the fifth spot just one position down to England in World Rankings

Wales is on sixth ranking spot of World Rugby and were the semi-finalists in 2011 Rugby World Cup.
The other two teams in POOL A of Rugby World Cup are Fiji and Uruguay holding 12th and 20th positions in RWC 2015 World Rankings
  
So overall, the picture of Teams in POOL A of  RWC 2015 looks like this with their Rugby World Rankings - 

Australia – 5 
England – 4  
Wales – 6
Fiji – 12
Uruguay – 20  


Rankings points total – 47
South Africa in Pool B is already two-time Rugby World Cup Champion holding 2nd spot in Rugby World Rankings. Two other teams in POOL B holding World Rankings under 10 are Scotland (World Rank 8) and Samoa (World Rank 10).

Overall POOL B looks like this with the rest of the teams along with their Ranking points -

South Africa – 2
Samoa – 10
Scotland – 8
Japan – 11
USA – 16

Rankings points total – 47
The teams that formed POOL C of Rugby World Cup 2015 are New Zealand, Argentina, Tonga, Georgia and Namibia.
New Zealand holds the 1st ranking spot in Rugby World and they were also the last time Rugby World Champions. They will be defending the Rugby World Cup this year.
The teams with their Ranking Points in POOL C looks like this - 
New Zealand –1
Argentina – 9
Tonga –13
Georgia –15
Namibia – 23
Rankings points total - 61
The last remains POOL D with the teams - France, Ireland, Italy, Canada and Romania..
Overall the above 5 teams with their ranking points look like this - 
France –7
Ireland – 3
Italy –14
Canada – 18
Romania – 17 

 

www.tickets.rugbyworldcup.com How To Buy Rugby World Cup 2015 Match Tickets Online Tips and Tricks

How To Buy Rugby World Cup 2015 Match Tickets Online Tips and Tricks

How To Buy Rugby World Cup 2015 Match Tickets Online Safely


England is all set to host 2015 Rugby World Cup starting from 18th September. The England fans are excited to see their home team going out there and play for winning the Rugby World Cup.

The advanced booking of 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets have started already. And because of this, buying advance tickets secretly for any of the 48 Rugby World Cup matches would be impossible.

But there are still some tickets available at varying prices. Currently the tickets are available for all the 13 venues of Rugby World Cup, not for all the matches and for all price categories.

You can your luck and safely buy the September's Rugby World Cup tickets online.

All the information is covered in this post that will guide you to buy the B, hospitality packages and travel packages

When and where can I apply for Rugby World Cup tickets?

From 10am on Friday 12 September until 6pm on Monday 29 September, so you have plenty of time to browse the schedule and make your selections. Go to www.tickets.rugbyworldcup.com and follow the instructions.

Is it first-come, first-served?

It isn’t. Your chances of getting the tickets you want are no different whether you apply at the beginning or end of the window. If a match you apply for is not oversubscribed by the end of the window, you are guaranteed a ticket. If demand outstrips supply (which in most cases is far more likely), it will go to ballot.

How many matches can I apply for?

You can apply for as many as you like – and then use the “Match Manager” tool to cap the number of games you are allocated tickets for in the ballot. As an example, you could apply for 30 matches but limit the number you are allocated to 10. You do not have to do this but it could increase your chances of landing a ticket to some of the higher-profile fixtures – particularly if you are willing to go up the price categories.

Can I see how well matches are selling, though?

Yes, and this might help you to make as realistic an application as possible when deciding on the tickets that you want. When a match goes to ballot, it will be shown on the website and you may wish to switch your attention to one that is attracting fewer fans if you are not feeling especially choosy.

How many tickets can I request per match?

Generally it is four per game but for 15 designated fixtures the limit rockets to 15. The website lists them in full, but there are some juicy ones on there: matches involving Australia, New Zealand, France and Ireland all feature and 10 of the 13 venues are involved.

Ah yes, the price categories. How much do tickets cost then?

They vary wildly, as you might expect. An adult will not be able to watch the opening match, England v Fiji at Twickenham, for less than £75, while the most expensive ticket for the final is £715. Child tickets, available for the pool games, are priced as low as £7 in some instances and, with Category D prices for adults available at £15 or £20 for certain fixtures, it is possible for a family group to watch matches cheaply. The prices for each game are outlined clearly on the website.

What if I would be happy to pay a little more than I said, if that was what it took to attend the game?

Then you are cut out perfectly for the “Increase Your Chances” facility, which will be flagged up when you apply. If you select it, you give permission to be allocated for tickets in the next-highest prices category – if available – should your preferred category be sold out.

Which matches do you think I should target if I’m not remotely fussy?

Well, it’s not rocket science to suggest that England’s pool games will all be hot tickets and that fixtures such as Australia v Wales, South Africa v Scotland, New Zealand v Argentina and France v Ireland aren’t going to hang around for long either. Some of the smaller stadia such as Exeter’s Sandy Park may find demand higher than you would expect for Tonga v Namibia and its like, too. Somewhere like Brighton or Leicester could be a good bet – both have capacities of a little over 30,000 and games like Argentina v Namibia and Samoa v Japan look eminently watchable without necessarily commanding an unseemly scrum for tickets.

What if I apply and then my circumstances alter or I just change my mind?

It’s ok, you can amend or even cancel your application at any stage during the ticketing window.

I’m not quite ready to commit to next September yet – can I apply nearer the time?

Yes, but you won’t have the safety net of a ballot then. Should any tickets be left over from this month’s window, they will go back on sale in November on a first-come first-served basis. In the spring, supporters will also have the chance to offload their unwanted tickets via the website – details will be announced nearer the time, but rest assured that these sales will be at face value.

What if I fancy chancing it on the day of a game?

Tread very carefully indeed, because there will be no tickets available on a walk-up basis. There have been well-documented fears that touts and criminal gangs will hijack the application process and buy in bulk to resell at exorbitant prices, but if you buy your ticket from someone outside the stadium – or from any other unofficial channel that springs up between now and September – then you run a very serious risk of not being let into the stadium and, of course, of breaking the law.

I am ready to book. How do I pay?

By card, as long as it is not an American Express. Using a MasterCard or debit card avoids a 2% transaction charge incurred by any other kind of credit card.

When do I find out whether I’ve been successful in the ballot?

Pretty soon – you will be notified during October but the actual seats you will be sitting in are not decided until 2015.

FIXTURES BY VENUE

For each match, three prices are quoted: for the most expensive adult ticket; for the cheapest adult ticket; and for the cheapest child ticket, if available

Twickenham, London, capacity 81,605

Fri 18 Sep England v Fiji £315; £75; £15
Sat 19 Sep France v Italy £250; £50; £15
Sat 26 Sep England v Wales £315; £75; £15
Sat 3 Oct England v Australia £315; £75; £15
Sat 10 Oct Australia v Wales £250; £50; £15
Sat 17 Oct Quarter-final: Winner B v Runner-up A £250; £95; n/a
Sun 18 Oct Quarter-final: Winner A v Runner-up B £250; £95; n/a
Sat 24 Oct Semi-final: Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 £515; £125; n/a
Sun 25 Oct Semi-final: Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 £515; £125; n/a
Sat 31 Oct World Cup Final £715; £150; n/a

Olympic Stadium, London, capacity 54,000

Wed 23 Sep France v Romania £85; £20; £15
Thu 24 Sep New Zealand v Namibia £175; £50; £15
Sun 4 Oct Ireland v Italy £175; £50; £15
Wed 7 Oct South Africa v USA £85; £20; £15
Fri 30 Oct Bronze final £175; £50; £15

Wembley Stadium, London, capacity 90,256

Sun 20 Sep New Zealand v Argentina £175; £50; £15
Sun 27 Sep Ireland v Romania £175; £50; £15

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, capacity 74,154

Sat 19 Sep Ireland v Canada £175; £50; £15
Sun 20 Sep Wales v Play-off winner £175; £50; £15
Wed 23 Sep Australia v Fiji £150; £50; £15
Thu 1 Oct Wales v Fiji £175; £50; £15
Fri 2 Oct New Zealand v Georgia £150; £50; £15
Sun 11 Oct France v Ireland £250; £50; £15
Sat 17 Oct Quarter-final: Winner C v Runner-up D £250; £95; n/a
Sun 18 Oct Quarter-final: Winner D v Runner-up C £250; £95; n/a

St James’ Park, Newcastle, capacity 52,409

Sat 3 Oct South Africa v Scotland £175; £50; £15
Fri 9 Oct New Zealand v Tonga £150; £50; £15
Sat 10 Oct Samoa v Scotland £150; £50; £15

City of Manchester Stadium*, capacity 47,800

Sat 10 Oct England v Play-off winner £250; £50; £15

Villa Park, Birmingham, capacity 42,785

Sat 26 Sep South Africa v Samoa £150; £50; £15
Sun 27 Sep Australia v Play-off winner £85; £20; £15

Elland Road, Leeds, capacity 37,914

Sat 26 Sep Italy v Canada £85; £20; £15
Sun 27 Sep Scotland v USA £85; £20; £15

Leicester City Stadium*, capacity 32,312

Sun 4 Oct Argentina v Tonga £150; £50; £15
Tue 6 Oct Canada v Romania £60; £15; £7
Sun 11 Oct Argentina v Namibia £85; £20; £15

Brighton Community Stadium*, capacity 30,750

Sat 19 Sep South Africa v Japan £85; £20; £15
Sun 20 Sep Samoa v USA £60; £15; £7

Stadium MK, Milton Keynes, capacity 30,717

Thu 1 Oct France v Canada £150; £50; £15
Sat 3 Oct Samoa v Japan £85; £20; £15
Tue 6 Oct Play-off winner v Fiji £60; £15; £7

Kingsholm, Gloucester, capacity 16,115

Sat 19 Sep Tonga v Georgia £60; £15; £7
Wed 23 Sep Scotland v Japan £85; £20; £15
Fri 25 Sep Argentina v Georgia £85; £20; £15
Sun 11 Oct USA v Japan £60; £15; £7

Sandy Park, Exeter, capacity 12,300

Tue 29 Sep Tonga v Namibia £60; £15; £7
Wed 7 Oct Namibia v Georgia £60; £15; £7
Sun 11 Oct Italy v Romania £85; £20; £15
*Stadium names changed for the event because of sponsorship reasons

Upcoming Rugby World Cup 2015 Overview - Rugby World Cup Teams, Total Matches, Live Streaming Channels

Upcoming Rugby World Cup 2015 Overview - Rugby World Cup Teams, Total Matches, Live Streaming Channels

The Upcoming 2015 Rugby World Cup is going to start from 18th September. The tournament will end on 31st October deciding the winning team as 2015 Rugby World Cup Champions.
World's best 20 Rugby teams from different country will take part in the World Cup competition.

This will be the Eight Rugby World Cup and so far the big Rugby tournament hosted by the England.

England were the Rugby World Cup Champions in 2003. New Zealand won the Rugby World Cup in 2011, they will be defending champions this year.

Overall 48 Rugby World Cup Matches will be played including Semi-Finals and Finals in Rugby World Cup.

The Live Streaming of Rugby World Cup 2015 can be watched on these broadcasting channels.

ITV & ITV 4 will broadcast all the Rugby World Cup matches live on their channels in England (UK), Ireland and Scotland.

The official announcement of all the Rugby World Cup Teams Squad will be finalized in the month of August and September, the time when the Warm-up match series will be going on.  

The participating 20 teams are categorized in four Pools - Pool A, Pool B, Pool C & Pool D.

Each Pool has 5 teams in the Rugby World Cup League that are going to compete against each other for the Rugby World Cup Trophy.


The opening ceremony of Rugby World Cup 2015 will be held on 18th September 2015 at Twickenham stadium.

The first opening match of Rugby World Cup 2015 is in between England Vs Flying Fijians on 18th September at Twickenham stadium, London.

Viewers can watch the 1st Rugby World Cup Match between England and Fiji Live just after the completion of the welcome ceremony.

The Final of the Quadrennial Rugby Union World Championship will be hosted by the Twickenham Stadium in London.

Below is the list of Hosting cities for Rugby World Cup 2015.

Rugby World Cup 2015 Hosting Cities :

Overall eleven cities across England and Cardiff are going to host the Rugby World Cup 2015.
The name of the cities are - 
  1. Birmingham
  2. Brighton
  3. Cardiff
  4. Exeter
  5. Gloucester
  6. Leeds
  7. Leicester
  8. London
  9. Manchester
  10. Milton Keynes
  11. Newcastle
  12. Rugby

Rugby World Cup 2015 Match Venues :

The Rugby World Cup 2015 Matches are going to be hosted 13 different stadiums of England.

The Match Venues hosting Rugby World Cup 2015 are -

  1. Brighton Community Stadium
  2. Elland Road
  3. Kingsholm Stadium
  4. Leicester City Stadium
  5. Manchester City Stadium
  6. Millennium Stadium
  7. Olympic Stadiums
  8. Sandy Park
  9. St James' Park
  10. Stadium MK
  11. Twickenham Stadium
  12. Villa Park
  13. Wembley Stadium 

Rugby World Cup 2015 Total Participating Teams

Total of 20 countries all across the world are going to take part in 2015 Rugby World Cup Championship.

  1. AUSTRALIA
  2. ENGLAND
  3. WALES
  4. FIJI
  5. URUGUAY
  6. SOUTH AFRICA
  7. SAMOA
  8. JAPAN
  9. SCOTLAND
  10. USA
  11. NEW ZEALAND
  12. ARGENTINA
  13. TONGA
  14. GEORGIA
  15. NAMIBIA
  16. FRANCE
  17. IRELAND
  18. ITALY
  19. CANADA
  20. ROMANIA

Rugby World Cup 2015 Warm-up Match series :

2015 Rugby World Cup Warm-up match series (also called Rugby Union) will be held in the months of August and September. 
The 20 participating teams will get a chance to prepare themselves before the Rugby World Cup 2015.

The warm-up matches schedule for Rugby World Cup is already declared and this warm-up match test series will be held in the months of August and September.

Rugby World Cup 2015 Match Tickets:

The Rugby World Cup Match Tickets can be booked from the Official Rugby World Cup Website

The match tickets are categorized on price basis which can be purchased from  the Rugby World Cup Official Ticketing site,

Some of the best, ready to go hospitality packages for Rugby World Cup is also there.
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