- General ticket applications now available
- Apply for World Cup tickets here
- See England in Japan with England Rugby Travel
Tickets for Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan are back on sale with the opening of the window for general public ticket applications.
The general ticket application period which runs until 23:59 JST on 12 November where all applicants will need to set-up or already have a ticketing account accessed via the same website.
England are in Pool C of the ninth World Cup where they will face France, Argentina, USA and Tonga, with tickets still available for all of the fixtures in different categories.
World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont said: "It is very encouraging to see such strong demand for tickets with a year to go until Rugby World Cup 2019.
"The level of interest creates a great sense of momentum as we enter the general public ticket sales period starting today. Fans across the world now have the opportunity to get their hands on match tickets for all 48 matches in what promises to be a very special Rugby World Cup."
Rugby World Cup 2019 will be the first time the tournament will be held in Asia, the world's most populous and youthful continent, after England held the last World Cup in 2015.
Akira Shimazu Rugby World Cup 2019 Organising Committee President & CEO said: "Demand for Rugby World Cup 2019 tickets has been incredibly strong with more than 70 per cent of the available inventory sold during the initial sales ballots that ran until June this year.
"We’ve seen the highest demand for matches featuring the host nation Japan, world champions New Zealand, as well as Ireland and England, with interest across the knockout stages also incredibly strong."
You can see England in Japan with our official Travel Company, England Rugby Travel, and gain access to our exclusive Rugby World Cup™ Ticket-inclusive packages.