How many people watched the 2011 Rugby World Cup?

How many people watched the 2011 Rugby World Cup?

2011 Rugby World Cup

Ipu o te Ao Whutupōro 2011
Attendance 1,477,294 (30,777 per match)
Top scorer(s) Morné Steyn (62)
Most tries Chris Ashton Vincent Clerc (6 tries each)
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Who won the rugby Cup in 2011?

New Zealand national rugby union team2011 Rugby World Cup / ChampionThe New Zealand national rugby union team, commonly known as the All Blacks, represents New Zealand in men’s international rugby union, which is considered the country’s national sport. The team won the Rugby World Cup in 1987, 2011 and 2015. Wikipedia

Who won 2019 RWC?

South Africa national rugby union team2019 Rugby World Cup / Champion

Where was the 2011 Rugby World Cup Final played?

The final was played at Eden Park in Auckland on Sunday 23 October 2011, a date chosen because it fell on a long weekend of New Zealand’s Labour Day holiday. After speculation that the number of participating teams would be reduced to 16, the IRB announced on 30 November 2007 that the 2011 tournament would again feature 20 teams.

How many countries have played in every Rugby World Cup?

Twelve of the nations at this tournament had competed in every previous Rugby World Cup – Argentina, Australia, Canada, England, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Romania, Scotland, and Wales. All the other sides also had previous World Cup experience, except for Russia who appeared in a Rugby World Cup for the first time.

Who are the countries in the Rugby World Cup 2009?

The rankings and bands were therefore: New Zealand (1), South Africa (2), Australia (3) and Argentina (4); Wales (5), England (6), France (7) and Ireland (8); Scotland (9), Fiji (10), Italy (11) and Tonga (12). The full draw and venues for the tournament were announced on 12 March 2009.

Who won the 2007 Rugby World Cup?

The tournament was won by New Zealand, who defeated France 8–7 in the final. The defending champions, South Africa, were eliminated by Australia 11–9 in the quarter-finals.