From 8 September to 28 October 2023, France will be hosting the Rugby World Cup 2023, including 10 matches in the Southern Region! If you can't get to the stadiums, the stadiums will come to you in Destination Luberon!
The roar of the crowds, the thrilling excitement on the pitch and the spirit of global competition are all back with the Rugby World Cup. This breathtaking sporting event, which has captured the hearts of rugby fans across the globe, is a must-see for fans of this spectacular sport. Whether you're a lifelong rugby fan or a first-time rugby enthusiast, one key question remains: where can you experience every moment of this breathtaking competition? That's where we come in. We've put together a list of the best places to experience the excitement of this eagerly-awaited tournament!
SCHEDULE OF MATCHES IN THE SUD-PACA REGION
Saturday 9 September
Marseille, England v Argentina
Sunday 10 September
Marseille, South Africa vs Scotland
Saturday 16 September
Nice, Wales v Portugal
Sunday 17 September
Nice, England vs Japan
Wednesday 20 September
Nice, Italy vs Uruguay
Thursday 21 September
Marseille, France vs Namibia
Sunday 24 September
Nice, Scotland v Tonga
Sunday 1 October
Marseille, South Africa vs Tonga
Saturday 14th October
Marseille, Quarter-final: 1st Pool C vs 2nd Pool D
Sunday 15th October
Marseille, Quarter-final: 1st Pool D vs 2nd Pool C
The Lochness Café - 176 Avenue du Maréchal Joffre - 04 32 50 14 07
Open Monday to Saturday from 07:00 to 01:00 (closed on Sundays).
Le Paris - 33 Cours Gambetta - 04 90 71 35 80
Open every day for lunch and dinner (except Tuesday and Sunday evenings), from 01/01 to 31/12.
L'Aréna Café - 41 Pl. Léon Gambetta - 06 34 52 16 13
Open Monday to Saturday, 8am to 10.30pm (closed on Sundays)
Brasserie le 800 - 800 Route de Robion - 06 95 27 72 73
Open Monday mornings from 10am to 2pm and Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 1am (closed on Sundays and Monday afternoons).
Le Cercle Républicain - Place du château - 04 90 72 10 95
Open Monday to Sunday from 08:00 to 21:00
Broadcast of the opening match FR VS NZ (08/09/23).
Bar de la Fauvette - 10 Lot. Quai des Entreprises - 04 90 05 84 52
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 07:00 to 01:00 (closed on Sundays and Mondays)
Broadcasting of French national team matches and other matches depending on attendance and opening times:
Café Saint-Pierre - 45 Chemin du Grand Jas - 04 90 05 86 23
Open Monday to Saturday from 07:00/30 to 21:00 (closed on Sundays)
Broadcast of the opening match and matches from the quarter-finals onwards.
La Bastide du Bois de Bréant - 501 Chemin du Puits de Grandaou - 04 90 05 86 78
Shows on request and by reservation for groups.
Broadcasting of the matches on the esplanade of the Town Hall and at the Café Associatif:
Au Cheval Blanc - 10 D2 - 07 71 57 85 04
Monday to Thursday 6.30am to 10.30pm / Friday 6.30am to 1am / Saturday 7am to 2pm - 6pm to 1am / Sunday 7.30am to 1.30pm
Café de la Poste - Place Clément Gros - 04 90 71 26 74
Open 7 days a week : from 07h30 to 22h30
Match broadcasts (ATTENTION: only at weekends!)
La Réserve - Place Henri Barthélémy - 04 90 77 83 54
Open every day except Wednesday (8am to 9pm)
Matches broadcast during the day and evening on request (and possibly on Fridays and Saturdays in the evening)
Café la Fontaine - Place de la Fontaine - 04 86 39 97 12
Open every day in September (from 09:00 to 00:30 on weekdays, and from 09:00 to 01:00 at weekends). Open every day in October, except Wednesday.
Daytime and evening broadcasts on request.
Café Gaby - Place Ormeau - 04 90 68 38 42
Open every day from morning to evening in September and October.
Match broadcasts during the day and evening on request.
L'Ang&lo Brasserie - 1 Av. du 8 Mai 1945 - 04 90 09 78 82
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 06:00 to 21:30 (closed on Mondays)
Broadcasting of French national team matches (for the moment)
O'Hana - 56 Av. Joseph Garnier - 04 90 08 88 61
Open 06h30 - 22h00 7j/7
Broadcasting of French national team matches and others on request.
Chez l'Ours, wine bar - 27 Av. Joseph Garnier - 09 70 14 45 76
Open Wednesday to Sunday from 11am to 2pm and from 6pm to closing time (between 10pm and midnight). Happy Hour on match days from 7pm to 8pm.
All matches broadcast: charcuterie and cheese boards, craft and draught beers.
Whether you're a fervent supporter of your national team or a fan curious to discover this exciting sport, there's a great place to immerse yourself in the Rugby World Cup. We hope this list inspires you to join in the excitement. So grab your shirts and go Les Bleus!
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