2015 is set to be a hugely exciting year for fans of sports and in particular rugby, as Britain will be hosting the hotly anticipated Rugby World Cup, which takes place between September 18th and October 31st 2015. There will be 48 fixtures in total over the course of the six weeks and all of these will be held at stadiums across England as well as at the Millennium Stadium in Wales. Of the 48 fixtures, 17 will be taking place in London at the Olympic Stadium, Wembley Stadium, and Twickenham Stadium, which is where the final will also be held on 31st October 2015.
While many people will be eager to get their hands on tickets for these London matches, not everyone will be lucky enough to be able to make it. Fortunately, doesn’t mean that you have to miss out on the rugby action. If you want to stay up to date with the latest action on all of the World Cup rugby matches, Coral can provide you with all of the information you need. When you use the Coral site you will not only be able to keep on top of what’s happening at the London matches over the course of the tournament but also at the other matches being held across England and Wales, so no matter where you are you can still enjoy keep abreast of the latest rugby news. The site also provides you with access match betting for the World Cup, so you can even bet on your favourites and enjoy the chance to win big.
Make the most of your time in London
If you are lucky enough to be heading to London for one of the 17 fixtures being held there, you should make sure you get your plans sorted early on particularly if you are planning to stay over. With huge numbers of people expected to flock to these matches, leaving travel arrangements and accommodation until the last minute could prove disastrous, so making sure you get your arrangements sorted as early as possible is highly advisable. Depending on which venue you are attending, start looking for suitable accommodation to avoid disappointment. Also, if you are not travelling by car get your transport tickets booked up early.
It is also worth taking some time out to enjoy the many sights and attractions that the English capital has become so well known for. You may even want to spend a couple of days here so that you have time to take in the main attractions and sights before or after the excitement of the rugby. You can take time to enjoy the key tourist attractions such as the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, and the Tower of London.
You can also add a little culture to your trip with a trip to one of the theatres in the West End, a visit to the unique East End of London, or by taking in attractions such as The British Museum, the National Gallery or the Imperial War Museum.