LeadSA call to wear green on Friday in buildup to 2023 Rugby World Cup host vote

It is an important two weeks for South African rugby! Next Wednesday, 15 November, World Rugby will vote for the country to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

This Saturday, the Springboks play a test against Ireland, who is also a bidding to host the World Cup.

READ: Why South Africa is leading the 3-way race to host the Rugby World Cup in 2023

The World Rugby Council has already said South Africa is its preferred World Cup host, but the South African Rugby Union (Saru) would like your support ahead of this important week.

Saru is encouraging you to show your support for its World Cup bid by participating in the Green Day initiative on Friday.

General Manager for Corporate Affairs at Saru, Andy Colquhoun explains.

We want to show the world that South Africa as a nation is behind the idea that we are going to host a tournament again, recapture some of the 2010 spirit. We are asking all South Africans to wear green whether a Springbok jersey that they have or something green. And wear something green next Wednesday as well.

Andy Colquhoun,General Manager for Corporate Affairs at Saru

Lead SA and Primedia Broadcasting are supporting SA Rugby in the lead-up to next Wednesday’s adjudication to determine whether or not SA gets to host #SouthAfrica2023.

WATCH: SA2023 RWC Bid Video

We think we have got a triple win for rugby here, we will deliver record profits, biggest ever final there has ever been, more ticket sales than there has ever been , terrific logistics and stadiums, hospitable people and the best experience for the players as well.

Andy Colquhoun,General Manager for Corporate Affairs at Saru

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This article first appeared on CapeTalk : LeadSA call to wear green on Friday in buildup to 2023 Rugby World Cup host vote


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