ERT help deliver the biggest and best Rugby World Cup

Wednesday 18 November 2020

Rugby World Cup 2015 has been a huge success, a Tournament of record attendances and sell out matches. RWC 2015 will be remembered as the most-watched, most socially-engaged and commercially-successful celebration of Rugby and England Rugby Travel were delighted to share it with you.

New Zealand's triumphant 34-17 win over Australia at Twickenham Stadium, watched by an estimated audience of 120 million, will go down in history as the best of all Rugby World Cup finals to date and a fitting way to round off the six week Tournament jam packed with unforgettable memories.

RWC 2015 in numbers;
• 2.47 million tickets sold
• 48 thrilling matches
• 20 outstanding teams 
• 13 fantastic stadiums
• 11 great destinations
• 1 million people through 15 fanzones
• 1 Rugby World Cup 2015 winner

England Rugby Travel were delighted to welcome a record number of customers to Rugby World Cup 2015 and stage special events hosted by a galaxy of rugby stars including Mike Tindall, Phil Greening, Austin Healey, Will Greenwood, Mike Teague, Peter Winterbottom, Mickey Skinner, Ben Foden, Danny Care, Richard Wigglesworth, Alex Goode, Scott Quinnell, Andy Nicol, Phil Waugh, David Campese and Zinzan Brooke.

As England Rugby’s proud travel company we pride ourselves on giving our customers unparalleled access to stars from the sport at our unique special events, something we do better than anybody else. We are proud nobody can match our industry knowledge or can provide access to rugby legends to help share the experience.

Our Rugby World Cup events included cocktail making with Mark Cueto, the opportunity to wear Neil Back’s 2003 World Cup winning medal, the chance to chat with present and past stars and have pictures taken as treasured keepsakes.

Our favourite RWC 2015 memories;
• Japan's wonderful win over South Africa on the first Saturday
• Romania staging the biggest-ever comeback with their win over Canada
• Bryan Habana equalling Jonah Lomu's Rugby World Cup try scoring record 
• New Zealand's Sonny Bill Williams gifting his winner's medal to young rugby fan Charlie Lines

However the ‘Best Fans’ award must go to English rugby fans who supported the Tournament all the way to the end. They showed a true passion for the game, in terms of support for RWC 2015 nobody does it better than England fans.

Rugby World Cup 2015 staged a dream finish for rugby fans all over the world, now we look forward to Japan 2019.

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