Japan National Rugby Union Team venues
Japan National Rugby Union Team Tickets
Rugby matches in Japan have surged in popularity over the last few years! Since their massive upset in the Rugby World Cup 2015 when they beat no. 3 South Africa, they’ve shown the world that they have what it takes and should be considered as tough competition for every country in the world. Fans are extremely enthusiastic about the sport’s popularity and have been packing stadiums ever since! Get your Japan Rugby tickets and check out all the action yourself in person! It’s always an exciting, fast-paced match you definitely don’t want to miss out on!
Japan national team – Union vs League
Despite public opinion of wanted to unite union and league teams, Japan has both teams to represent them on a national level. The Japan national rugby union team, called The Brave Blossoms, are a historical powerhouse throughout Asia. They’ve officially been a team since 1899 and even placed in the world’s to 10 in 2014. The Japan national rugby league team on the other hand, regardless of having less experience, have already left a rather large footprint in the international rugby world. The Samurais have been competing on an international level since 1994 after a former rugby player from Australia requested Japan’s entry. They’ve made some big wins considering their lack of experience and competitors know they’re a touch match to win against. It’s safe to say that Japan’s national teams, both The Brave Blossoms and The Samurais, have been pushing through and exceeding expectations in the world of rugby for many years. Get a Japan Rugby ticket to see their unique tactics for yourself!
Rugby World Cup Japan
The Japan Rugby team has participated in every Rugby World Cup since the beginning of its times in 1987. They’ve not made much of a commotion in the tournament until recently and coincidentally Japan is the next host for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Former head coach, Eddie Jones, restructured the tier-two team with the goal of making Japan one of the top 10 countries in the world. He achieved this goal at the 2015 Rugby World Cup and then stepped down as head coach. He set it stone the unique Japanese tactics and led them to victory on numerous occasions. Now to see if Japan can keep it up and go through to the final rounds at 2019 Cup! Taking place at 12 different stadiums all over Japan. The Tokyo Ajinomoto Stadium will be the location of the opening ceremonies where 50,000 people can attend. And the final matches will be taking place at the International Stadium Yokohama which has a capacity of more than 72,000! Get your Japan Rugby tickets to witness first hand history be made at the 2019 Rugby World Cup! Don’t miss out on the chance to be able to say, “I was there!”
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