As the Rugby World Cup 2023 approaches, the excitement within the rugby community is palpable. The tournament, which has a rich history and tradition, is one of the most anticipated events in the world of rugby. This blog post will delve into the rankings, origin, and history of the Rugby World Cup, and shed light on some interesting information about the upcoming tournament. We will also touch upon Rugby Bricks' involvement in the World Cup and our special edition red tees.


The Origin and History of the Rugby World Cup 

The Rugby World Cup, first held in 1987, has grown exponentially over the years. From its humble beginnings to becoming one of the most watched sporting events globally, the tournament has a rich history filled with memorable moments and matches. 

The most recent World Cup, held in Japan in 2019, was the first to be held in Asia. South Africa claimed their third title, equalling New Zealand's record. This tournament was particularly significant as it highlighted the global growth of rugby.

The Rugby World Cup has also seen some significant milestones and memorable moments:

  • Jonah Lomu, became a global superstar during the 1995 tournament, scoring a record-breaking seven tries.
  • The 2007 World Cup saw Argentina reach the semi-finals for the first time, highlighting the increasing competitiveness of the tournament.
  • Japan's victory over South Africa in the 2015 World Cup, known as the "Brighton Miracle", is considered one of the greatest upsets in rugby history.
  • Siya Kolisi, has been an influential captain for South Africa lifting the Webb Ellis Cup in 2019 was a powerful symbol of unity and progress. 


Rugby World Cup 2023 Rankings and Interesting Info

As we look forward to the Rugby World Cup 2023, the rankings of the participating teams provide an interesting perspective on the potential outcomes of the tournament. 

The Rugby World Cup has always been dominated by teams from the Southern Hemisphere. New Zealand, South Africa, and Australia have traditionally been the strongest teams, with England and France being the most successful teams from the Northern Hemisphere. The rankings can change significantly in the lead-up to and during the World Cup, as teams' form can fluctuate.

There are always a few players who stand out. Here are a few key players from the 2019 World Cup:

  • Cheslin Kolbe (South Africa): A standout player in the 2019 World Cup, Kolbe's speed and agility make him a threat to any defense.
  • Maro Itoje (England): Known for his athleticism and work rate, Itoje is considered one of the best locks in the world.
  • Beauden Barrett (New Zealand): A two-time World Rugby Player of the Year, Barrett's speed, skill, and tactical acumen make him a key player for the All Blacks.
  • Alun Wyn Jones (Wales): The Welsh captain is one of the most experienced and respected players in world rugby.

For the upcoming World Cup, keep an eye on young players making their mark in international rugby.

Rugby Bricks' Involvement in the World Cup 

Rugby Bricks is proud to be involved in the Rugby World Cup 2023. Our innovative rugby tees have been adopted by over 50% of the teams participating in the tournament, a testament to their effectiveness and popularity. 

The Limited Edition RWC Red Tees

In celebration of the Rugby World Cup 2023, Rugby Bricks is excited to introduce our limited edition red tees for the second time. These tees, designed with the same precision and quality as our standard range, are a tribute to the passion and intensity of the World Cup. Keep your eyes peeled, mark your calendars and be ready for the tee drop in August 2023.

The Rugby World Cup 2023 promises to be an exciting chapter in the tournament's history. As fans, players, and enthusiasts gear up for the event, we at Rugby Bricks are thrilled to be a part of the journey. Our involvement in the World Cup and the launch of our red tees are testament to our commitment to the sport and its community.


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