Rugby World Cup 2023: We Love 2023 Tour train inaugurated with Anne Hidalgo in Paris

Published by Alexandre G. · Published on 14 September 2020 at 18h14
Hosted in France, the Rugby World Cup 2023 train has been inaugurated this Tuesday September 8, 2020 by Paris mayor, its deputy for Sport and French Rugby Federation president Bernard Laporte. Named We Love 2023, the train will leave from Paris Gare de Lyon on September 9 to travel the roads of France until October 12, 2020.

Paris mayor would not have missed that for the world. This Tuesday September 8, 2020 accompanied by her deputy for sport, Olympic and Paralympic Games Pierre Rabadan (former Stade Français rugby player), French Rugby Federation president Bernard Laporte and GIP France 2023 director general Claude Achter, Anne Hidalgo has inaugurated the We Love 2023 Tour! A train inspired by the colors of the Rugby World Cup 2023 hosted in France said to travel to 23 French cities and spread the good news to October 12, 2020.

Tweet reads: “3 years left before the Rugby World Cup #France2023, this morning, I inaugurated with Pierre Rabadan, my deputy for sport and former Stade Français player, the #WELOVE2023TOUR train that will travel France to meet the people.
Meet today and tomorrow at Gare de Lyon

In concrete words, the We Love 2023 Tour train will travel 7,000km of railroads across France for 35 days. A simple yet effective way of uniting the people around this exceptional event and to make novices or rugby fans discover the values and commitments of the Rugby World Cup France 2023.

Tweet reads: “3 years to go to the RWC2023.
From September 8 to October 12, follow the Möbius ribbon across France in the Rugby World Cup 2023 train

On the menu: projects focusing on ecology, learning, and even education, muscle workout on the platforms at the railway station, but most of all, exclusive meetings with rugby players! At the same time, the We Love 2023 train hosts conferences on sport-health, in partnership with the Ligue contre le Cancer. Of course, other surprises are in store… But we do not tell you more! The train is set to leave on September 9 from Paris  Gare de Lyon. And now, we are all cheering from the French rugby team to experience an unforgettable sporting moment!

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From 8 September 2020 to 12 October 2020



    Place Louis-Armand
    75012 Paris 12

    Official website

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