Vannes: the 2023 Rugby World Cup train stops for two days

The 2023 Rugby World Cup train will stop in Vannes (Morbihan) on Tuesday August 2 and Wednesday August 3, 2022. ©Dorine Goth

It’s a rather special train that will stop at the station of Vannes (Morbihan) for two days. Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 August 2022, the 2023 Rugby World Cup train will stop in the city-prefecture of Morbihan. It will be accessible to lovers of the oval ball as well as the curious from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

After Rennes, Saint-Malo and Brest, the train aimed at promoting the 2023 Rugby World Cup will stop in Vannes. The opportunity to enjoy the many activities offered. On the program, discoveries and an exhibition.

An immersive experience

Once on board the train, several themes are proposed. An immersive experience allows you to put yourself in the shoes of a player to immerse yourself in the opening match scheduled for September 8, 2023. A games room is also available.

For those who want to learn, it is possible to discover all the qualified teams that will take part in the World Cup. Their colors and their stories will have no more secrets for you. An interactive and collaborative museum around the Webb Ellis Cup is also offered.

Signing sessions with RCV players

RC Vannes will be present at the station for the occasion. The official club shop will be open on the square on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Two autograph sessions with players are also given on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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