An additional 30,000 tickets for the 2015 Rugby World Cup are set to go on sale at 10am next Thursday (June 25), giving fans a further opportunity to watch quarter-final matches at Twickenham.
A total of 4,000 tickets will be made available for each of the two last-eight ties to be played at the home of English rugby, as well as tickets for France versus Italy on September 19 and Australia versus Wales on October 10, both of which will take place at the same venue.
There will also be 3,000 tickets on sale for the Opening Ceremony and England versus Fiji on September 18, two other occasions that Twickenham is hosting.
All of these tickets are category A and B.
In total there will be around 80,000 tickets on sale for 26 matches across 10 venues, including category C and D prices available at five of these fixtures.
The newly released tickets are a mixture of handbacks from the Rugby World Cup Limited commercial programme, as well as extra seats from the venues and tickets that have been registered for resale from fans that can no longer use their tickets.
"With over two million tickets sold and less than 100 days to go, the appetite to watch the world's best teams is continuing to grow,” said Steve Brown, managing director of England Rugby 2015.
“This latest release of tickets will see further availability for five big matches at Twickenham including England's opening game against Fiji and the two quarter-finals, as well as England versus Uruguay, giving fans who missed out last time another opportunity to come to the tournament.
"The official ticket resale service is still live via tickets.rugbyworldcup.com and provides support to fans who wish to sell tickets for matches they can no longer attend.
“Fans should only buy tickets from official sources to ensure their ticket is valid for entry at Rugby World Cup 2015 matches.”
Tickets will be on sale via tickets.rugbyworldcup.com where a full list of available matches can be found.
Tickets are still available via the official travel and hospitality programmes, more details of which can be found by clicking here.
For more information and to check whether a company or certain website is an official 2015 Rugby World Cup channel, fans can see the 'Official Checker' list of agents located here.
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