The hype of one of the biggest international events begins as the last drop counts begin. The qualifying process for the 2023 Rugby World Cup began during the stages of the 2019 tournament in Japan. When the top three teams came out of each pool four qualified for the 2023 event automatically. The other eight teams will enter the regional play-offs, cross-regions and the repetition process. Here we will provide details about the Rugby world cup qualified teams so far and qualifying process for the next teams.
Four teams from across Africa, Asia / Pacific, the United States, and Europe will compete in the Final Qualifiers. The final is held for the second round of the Rugby World Cup which starts in November 2022. The winner of the round robin tournament will receive the final remaining ticket for France 2023.
Teams Qualified for Rugby World Cup
The 2023 Rugby World Cup will run from September 8 to October 28. The top 20 teams will compete in the tournament to win the Webb Ellis Cup. This time, on the 20th, a total of 12 teams have been judged directly on RWC 2023. The remaining 8 teams must advance to the competitions to be part of this major event.
There is a qualifying program for selecting the last 20 teams. As mentioned earlier, the top three teams came out of the lake during the 2019 RWC, booking their place in the final round of the 20th round.
- Direct Fitness
- Fit Mega Perfect Event
- The Last 4 Groups Qualified
Of the 20, a total of 12 teams received access to qualify for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. The teams that finished in the top 3 in each group at the 2019 Rugby World Cup have secured special titles. France, as the host country, finished 4th in the World Cup.
Although not the best leader in its group, South Africa has booked a ticket for next year’s World Cup as the reigning champion. South Africa will enter the tournament as defending champions.
Qualification Thorough Mega Event
Twelve teams get a direct pass to the 2023 Rugby World Cup. The remaining 8 posts will be filled with various competitions. In order to complete the remaining 8 locations, teams from different continents are set to enter the main event.
- Two groups are from America
- Two are from Europe
- 1 African group,
- One group from Asia / Pacific
- 1 group from Oceania
will book a place in the tournament. Although, 1 team will advance to the final qualifying tournament. However, among the last 8, 4 teams have already secured their positions on the basis of their strong performance over the past seasons.
These groups are:
- Samoa Uruguay
Teams to sort out the event will be
One group from Asia / Pacific
1 African group
One group from America The final team will enter by winning the final qualifying match
Rugby World Cup Qualified Teams
|Teams||Qualification||RWC 2019 Result|
|South Africa||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Champion|
|Japan||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Quarter Finalist|
|England||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Runners Up|
|Ireland||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Quarter Finalist|
|Italy||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Pool Stage|
|Scotland||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Pool Stage|
|Wales||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Semi-Finalists|
|Australia||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Quarter Finalist|
|Fiji||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Pool Stage|
|New Zealand||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||3rd Place|
|Argentina||Top 3 in the 2019 RWC pool||Pool Stage|
|Georgia||Europe 1||Pool Stage|
|Spain||Europe 2||Did Not Qualify|
|Samoa||Oceania 1||Pool Stage|
It’s all about the Qualifiers and the 2023 Rugby World Cup qualifying process. All the details will be available here after the team has finished playing the World Cup. Schedule RWC 2023 announced.