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For the Rugby World Cup 2023, support your team in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. See you in Avignon, Toulon and Nice!

Rugby in Avignon for the Rugby World Cup 2023

The Uruguay national team, known as Los Teros, has chosen Avignon as their base camp to prepare for the competition. The town is the ideal setting for the players’ intensive training, with cutting-edge facilities and a good atmosphere for concentration and team cohesion.

The Uruguay rugby players will be training mostly at the Parc des Sports d’Avignon, where some training sessions should be open to the public. The Uruguayan national selection can also use the Saint-Chamand sports complex and the Stade Nautique. The weight-training sessions will be at the Yakha sports hall in Cap Sud.

But the Uruguay team’s presence in Avignon is not limited to the sport aspect alone. It’s also an opportunity for the Los Teros supporters to celebrate rugby and take part in the excitement of the World Cup. Avignon’s bars and restaurants are getting ready to welcome the supporters, offering live broadcasts of matches and special rugby-inspired menus. Perfect for getting together with family or friends, sharing moments of joy and supporting the players on the rugby pitch.

Toulon: South Africa’s base camp for the Rugby World Cup 2023

The town of Toulon, on the Mediterranean coast of France, has been chosen as its base camp by the South Africa National Team for the Rugby World Cup 2023. This means Toulon’s reputation as a keen rugby town and its commitment to this emblematic sport.

Toulon has a long history in French rugby and is well-known for its rugby club, the Rugby Club Toulonnais (RCT). The South Africa National team has chosen Toulon as its base camp because of the excellent training and preparation facilities it offers.

The Springboks will be on the Campus RCT where the players will be able to prepare in the best conditions for the competition. They will also be able to train in Stade Mayol, a rugby temple in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, and also the swimming pool of Port Marchand and the Palais des Sports.

The South Africa national team’s presence in Toulon will create a festive, bubbly atmosphere in the town. The South African supporters will be able to support their favourite team and experience the electric atmosphere of the Rugby World Cup. Toulon’s bars, restaurants and cafés are getting ready to welcome the supporters of the South Africa team and it’s the perfect opportunity for rugby fans to get together, share their common passion and celebrate sport.

Nice, base camp for Scotland for the Rugby World Cup 2023

Nice, the capital of the Côte d’Azur, famous for its beauty and its Mediterranean charm, has been chosen as their base camp by the Scottish national team for the Rugby World Cup 2023.

Nice lives for sport. The Les Arboras Stadium, weight-training gyms, an Olympic pool – there’s everything the “Thistle team” will need for their training sessions. Supporters of the Scotland national team will be able to experience the unique atmosphere of Nice and support their team during this high-level competition. The streets of Nice will come alive to the rhythm of rugby, with fans wearing the colours of Scotland and a festive, friendly atmosphere.

The bars and restaurants of Nice are preparing to welcome the supporters of the Scotland team, offering live broadcasts of matches and special rugby-inspired events. Perfect for rugby fans to get together, and share their common passion and the intense emotions of the World Cup.