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Women's RWC 2104

USA Games

Date                   Day                   Time*               Opponent                    Ticket Prices

August 1           Friday               5 p.m.                Ireland                           €5 to 7

August 5           Tuesday            2 p.m.                Kazakhstan                   €5 to 7

August 9           Saturday            6 p.m.                New Zealand                €5 to 7

August 13         Wednesday        6 & 8:45 p.m.    Semis                            €5 to 20

August 17         Sunday              4:30 p.m.           3rd and 4th                     €5 to 25

August 17         Sunday              6:45 p.m.           1st and 2nd                     €5 to 25

*Paris time

USA Social Schedule

Various local towns have agreed to host the twelve teams at receptions. The Eagles will be feted by the Mayor and community of Ris Orangis (A Paris suburb) on Thursday, July 30th and Wednesday, August 6th. On both days, festivities begin at 5 p.m. For more information about these events, email Aurore Poillerat at aurore.poillerat@gmail.com. (Canadians should contact Mathilde Defour at defour.mathilde@gmail.com)

Navigating Marcoussis

The first three games and the semis will be played the Centre National de Rugby at Marcoussis. As you enter the complex, on the right is the headquarters of the FFR, the French Rugby Federation. On the left is the training building for the French men’s and women’s XVs and 7s. Food and drink will be sold near the fields (Pitches 1 and 2). There is one spectator stand for each field.

Touch Rugby Tournament in Paris

A special, fun event for men, women, and mixed team play will occur Saturday, August 16th at the Max Rousie Stadium, Paris. The entry fee is 30€ per team. To register, email Jose Machado at jose.machado@espci.org. The contests start at 12 p.m. and run to 6.p.m. Free refreshments will be served, Changing room and showers available. Metro stop is Porte de Saint-Ouen, the light blue line.

Rugby Today Coverage

We have spectators reporting back on the Eagles’ progress, and, in addition, the talented professional rugby photographer, Ian Muir, will cover all USA games. Watch this space.