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Rugby World Cup 2015: Team Talk inspires nations on ticket launch

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Rugby World Cup 2015 feels a lot closer today after tickets went on sale to the general public.

The tournament kicks-off with England facing Fiji at Twickenham on September 18th, and the hosts will be hoping they are back there on October 31st for the final.

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Before that, they’ll have to get past the likes of Australia and Wales - and that’s just in the group stage! South Africa, New Zealand and France will also fancy their chances of going deep into the tournament.

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And, if any of the nations needed some motivation with 12 months to go before the big kick-off, then they should look no further than Game of Thrones actor Charles Dance following his rousing speech in a new promotional video for the tournament.

In the video, he’s talking to players from a variety of countries - including England’s Dylan Hartley and Wales forward Alun Wyn Jones. Throw in some referees, legends, groundskeepers and fans, and you have yourself quite a Team Talk.


For the record, lowest price tickets start at £15 for the tournament, which ventures to places like Stadium:MK in Milton Keynes and Sandy Park in Exeter.

There are some expensive seats available if you’ve got the money to burn though, with £715 the highest price available for a seat to watch the final. The cheapest adult tickets for the showpiece event are £150.

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