Rugby World Cup TV

The Rugby world cup will behosted on mahy television channels across the world and details will be found on here shortly. It will be hosted by France between September 7 to October 20 of 2007. France won the right to stage the competition in 2003, beating a bid from England.

The tournament is considered to be one of the biggest world sporting competitions in the world, with the FIFA World Cup and the Summer Olympics being paramount to it. The first World Cup, in 1987, had a cumulative world television audience of 310 million; its successor, the 1991 competition in England, reached 1.75 billion. South Africa's 1995 tournament reached 2.75 billion, and the 1999 Wales based hosted competition reached 3 billion viewers. The 2003 competition had a cumulative world television audience of 3.4 billion, and the final, between Australia and England, became the most watched rugby game in the history of Australian television. The competition was viewed in 205 nations. The 2003 competition had 48 games, with an average amount of 39,000 and a total of 1,800,000.





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