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Players from all over the world dream of taking part in the Rugby World Cup and now it's back again after another four years. The competition sees 20 countries compete to be crowned champions of the cup's ninth edition.
Held over the course of seven weeks, it kicks off on Friday, September 20 and ends on Saturday, November 2. The teams will play at 12 venues across the whole of Japan, with a total of 48 matches. Thankfully, the majority of England matches take place across the weekend, making it easier to watch for those with full-time jobs.
The opening stage of the competition sees 20 teams battle their way out of four pools - A, B, C and D. Each pool has five teams, who will play against each other before only two teams can move on to the next rounds.
After that, teams will compete in the quarter-final, semi-final, and the final. Who is England in a pool with?
What channel can you watch the matches on? ITV has the exclusive broadcasting rights for the next two World Cups - therefore you'll be able to watch the Cup in Japan as well as the Cup in France for free.
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