WOMEN’S RUGBY WORLD CUP. Second match for the French rugby team this Saturday, October 15 against England.

[Updated October 15, 2022 at 7:20 a.m.] Already the moment of truth for Les Bleues? After winning their first match against South Africa with style, the French team has a very important meeting on Saturday October 15 against the English, one of the big favorites of the competition. For this encounter, the coach has decided to make very few changes. The third row and usual captain Gaëlle Hermet is back in the group as a substitute while hooker Agathe Sochat (38 selections) returns to her position, while Montpellier’s Laure Touyé is relegated to the bench.

For Emilie Boulard, despite the last defeats against the English, you have to believe in it. “Of course, we don’t win the last matches against them, but we’re never far away, so we know it’s possible. Obviously, there’s a little annoyance because we want to get there, but our motivation is also increased tenfold, as well as our desire to beat them, especially during an event like this, where the cards are going to be completely reshuffled. So yes, we are going to be outsiders but it’s almost better, because at least we will be able to gauge themselves and really enter the competition”.

The Women’s Rugby World Cup is taking place for the first time in New Zealand in the legendary stadiums of Eden Park, the Waitakere Stadium in Auckland, and the Northlands Events Center in Whangārei.

For this Women’s Rugby World Cup, three pools of four teams are present. France, qualified, will be in group C. The groups:

From October 8 to November 12, the Women’s World Cup takes place in New Zealand. Here are all the matches from the group stage to the final:

Present in Group C of this Women’s Rugby World Cup, France will not have an easy task against the best nations in the world, the calendar:

What are the results and standings of the Women’s Rugby World Cup?

Saturday, October 8

The 14 most beautiful posters of the competition, including all the matches of Les Bleues, will be broadcast on the TF1 channel while all the others will be offered on the MyTF1 platform. After the Bleues matches, TF1 will offer the magazine Rugby World Cup 2021, le mag, presented by Thomas Mekhiche, accompanied by consultants Marie Sempéré, former international and four-time French champion and Coumba Diallo

Here is the list convened by coach Thomas Darracq for this Women’s World Cup in New Zealand.