Rugby World Cup 2015 Revenue Target & Stats

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The Rugby World Cup 2015 is set to kicked off on 18th September, 2015 and will last till 31st October, 2015. Approximately 2 billion fans are expected to watch this tournament through different sources like internet, TV and via attending the stadiums. Towards the end of 2015, the Rugby World Cup 2015 will be taking place in England and this is much expected that rugby could become the 2nd biggest teams based event behind the FIFA World Cup 2015.

As per the host of this event, England is expected to lift most of the revenue of IRB (International Rugby Board) and set to generate massive revenue compared to last seasons of the world cups.

Rugby World Cup 2015 Will Generate A revenue of £400 Million:

In 2011, the Rugby World Cup generated a total revenue of  £253 million and now the revenue is expected to be increased to  £400 Million. Rugby World Cup 2015 revenue will come through different sources like Gate Receipts, Live broadcasters rights and sponsors along with Media Partners. Home rugby union will keep the revenue and fee of Gate Receipt.

The former revenues of four World Cups of Rugby have been stated in a table and that list is mentioned below with complete details.

Previous Rugby World Cups Revenue Report
DETAILSRWC 2003RWC 2007RWC 2011RWC 2015
Gate receipts£81m£147m£131m£160m
Broadcasting £60m£82m£93m£110m
Tournament Fee £35m£50m£55m£80m

Highest Tickets Sale Record:

The record of ticket sale was set back in 2007 when the Rugby World Cup was held in France. Rugby World Cup 2007 tickets were sold around 2.2 million that generated £147 million and now England is expected to sell the tickets up to 2.3 million.

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