Rugby World Cup betting

Friday - 9/8/23
Tournament Winner
France
+225
New Zealand
+300
South Africa
+450
Ireland
+450
England
+500
Australia
+900
Wales
+1800
Argentina
+2500
Scotland
+4000
Japan
+12500
Fiji
+15000
Samoa
+45000
Tonga
+50000
Italy
+100000
USA
+100000
Namibia
+100000
Uruguay
+100000
Georgia
+100000
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World Cup Rugby Union Betting Odds

The Rugby World Cup is a quadrennial rugby union competition of the highest importance for the sport, ahead of other major international competitions. such as the Six Nations or the former Tri-Nations. You can place your rugby bets on the 6 Nations tournament with bwin.

Betting on the Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup (RWC) is the biggest trophy in rugby union and one of the top sporting competitions on the planet. It has established itself as one of the most important sporting events behind the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup. You can make your World Cup bets on our online betting platform.

The tangible consequences of a nation winning a World Cup are the same: increased investment, better infrastructure, and an expanded talent pool of players, to name but a few. The intangibles, however, are vastly different, as a World Cup win can turn underdogs into favourites.

The winners are almost always "down under" nations

Rugby union is a popular sport in some parts of the world, particularly in the oceanic zone and with a number of Western European nations. Rugby union is the most popular sport in New Zealand, South Africa and Wales, where it is not only the national sport but a part of each nation's history, culture and tradition.

When you go to the park or beach in New Zealand, the first game everyone most likely plays is touch rugby. New Zealand also has a wonderful genetic mix for rugby. In addition to their European influence, they have the size and attitude of the Maoris and the speed and power of the Polynesian Islanders.

The All-Blacks and the Springboks have won three World Cups, followed by Australia with two titles won before the 2000s, and then a title for the team of the Rose - England. Another European nation has participated in three finals - it is the French team and they will host the event for this competition in 2023 with great ambitions.

The Rugby World Cup 2023

The next Rugby World Cup will take place from September to October 2023 in 9 stadiums in France. The nations are divided into four pools, with the top two qualifying for the quarter-finals when the competition becomes a knockout race. You can make your rugby bets on each match with options like the first try or handicap bets.

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