Less than two years to the start of the France World Cup 2023, Bill beaumont, President of World Rugby, assured that the World Cup will leave an important legacy for the future of sport.
The maximum leader of the entity referred to what will be the contest that will take place in France and what it will mean for rugby: “The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be the most impactful and sustainable rugby event of all time, and will deliver a significant legacy that goes beyond rugby and economic growth, and an embodiment of our core values, “he said.
At the same time, Beaumont spoke about planning to develop the World Cup in France: “Players are at the center of our planning and, in addition to increasing rest days and team sizes, the world’s best players will have everything they need to perform at their best on rugby’s largest arena with facilities training camps and world-class game venues, “he said.
In addition, the president highlighted the experience of the public that will be present at the World Cup: “If the players are the heart of the tournament, then the fans will bring the pulse, energy and emotion. We want them to have the most incredible experience in the stadiums, in host cities and at home watching the drama unfold. We are very confident that France 2023 will be a fantastic event“, he specified.