New Zealand will host Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 after World Rugby awarded the hosting rights for the prestigious tournament to New Zealand Rugby.
World Rugby has confirmed Australia and New Zealand as Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 host candidates after each union submitted their bid responses to the international federation by the 10 August deadline.
Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 has attracted a record level of hosting interest after six unions formally confirmed an expression of interest to World Rugby by the 31 May deadline.
World Rugby has launched the host selection process for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021, which will feature exciting format changes, reflecting the international federation's commitment to accelerate the development of the women’s game.
Your national union will provide a list of clubs in your area
World Rugby has announced details of a wide-ranging deal with Spark New Zealand for the broadcast of some of the sports biggest properties, including the men’s and women’s Rugby World Cups and Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018.
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