Rugby World Cup 2023 Teams’ Base Camps

Here is a glimpse of some of the Rugby World Cup 2023 Teams’ Base Camps that have been revealed:

New Zealand: The All Blacks will be based in Lyon and will train at the Matmut Stadium Gerland.

South Africa: The reigning world champions will settle in Toulon, a coastal city in the Région Sud, which is a rugby stronghold and home to the famous RC Toulon club. The Springboks will train at the Stade Mayol.

England: The 2019 runners-up will choose Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, a seaside resort in Hauts-de-France region, which is popular for its sandy beach and elegant architecture. The Red Roses will train at the Centre Sportif du Touquet.

Wales: The 2019 semi-finalists will be based in Versailles, a city in the Ile-de-France region, famous for its palace and gardens. Wales will train at the Stade Montbauron.

Ireland: The 2018 Six Nations Grand Slam winners will stay in Tours, a city in the Centre-Val de Loire region, known for its medieval and Renaissance heritage. Ireland will train at the Stade de la Vallée du Cher.

Scotland: The 2019 Six Nations runners-up will pick Nice, famous for its sunny climate and seaside attractions. Scotland will train at the Stade Charles-Ehrmann,