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Rugby World Cup:THREE spots to catch the FINAL in Cape Town

As the 2023 Rugby World Cup Final approaches, Cape Town is buzzing with excitement. The City has announced plans for residents to enjoy the epic Springboks vs. All Blacks match.

This highly anticipated final will mark the first time the Springboks and the All Blacks have faced each other in a World Cup final since the legendary clash of 1995.

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The Springboks and All Blacks will contest the 2023 Rugby World Cup final. Photo: SA Rugby and NZ Rugby via X.

Notably, both teams are vying for the coveted title and the opportunity to become the first country to win four Rugby World Cup tournaments.

Rugby World Cup Final: Where to watch?

1. Bree Street in the CBD

The heart of Cape Town’s central business district, Bree Street, will be transformed into a vibrant public viewing site for rugby enthusiasts. The viewing area spans from Church to Hout Street.

To ensure the safety of attendees, there will be soft road closures from Wale to Strand Street and Loop to Buitengracht, including all side streets leading to the venue.

2. Monwabisi Sport and Recreation Centre in Langa

For those in Langa and surrounding areas, the Monwabisi Sport and Recreation Centre is the place to be. It will host a lively crowd of rugby supporters and provide an electric atmosphere for fans.

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3. Westridge Civic Centre in Mitchells Plain

The Westridge Civic Centre in Mitchells Plain will be another exciting hub for residents to gather and watch the final. The event logistics and safety will be ensured with the presence of enforcement and rescue services around the venue.

Each of these locations will launch the celebrations at 17:00, offering fans the chance to enjoy the pre-game atmosphere with DJs and giant screens. The epic final is scheduled to start at 21:00 and guarantees an unforgettable night brimming with joy and thrill.

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Officials express joy and excitement days leading to the showdown

Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis conveyed the city’s excitement, sharing, “This year’s World Cup has been among our nation’s most thrilling and uniting sporting events.

Alderman JP Smith, responsible for the City’s safety and security, provided reassurance by emphasising the significance of this moment for the country. He expressed the City’s happiness in helping set up these public viewing spaces for residents.

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As the momentous face-off approaches, Cape Town is ready to revel in this grand occasion, uniting rugby enthusiasts to witness history unfold.