The 2023 Rugby World Cup already knows its day, time, and venue for the most important match: the final, which will crown the team that has performed best during the two months of competition that the event in France lasted as champion.
The All Blacks have already booked their ticket to be on October 28 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, Paris. New Zealand crushed Los Pumas 44-6. Argentina had no chances despite hitting first with three points.
The second finalist turned out to be South Africa, which agonizingly won 16-15 against England in the French capital to reach its second final in history and the fourth in its history.
The Springboks had made this path in the previous World Cup edition in 2019, so they are the defending champions in a match that we already know will go down in history.
Both South Africa and New Zealand are the biggest winners in the history of the Rugby World Cup with three titles each. Whoever wins this final will walk away alone with four Webb Ellis Trophies.
Who will play in the 2023 Rugby World Cup final:
On Saturday, October 28, the match at the Stade de France will be New Zealand vs South Africa