Australia will bid for the 2027 men's Rugby World Cup. Photo: Getty Images
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Australia named ‘preferred candidate’ for Rugby World Cup 2027

World Rugby has announced Australia as the preferred candidate to host Rugby World Cup 2027.

Rugby Australia will now work in an exclusive partnership with World Rugby to further develop the tournament model, ahead of a final World Rugby Council vote in May 2022.

Hosting Rugby World Cup 2027 is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Australia. We are now one step closer to making that dream a reality, but the job isn’t over yet.

We still need your support as we make one last push to the line.

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