Wales Rugby World Cup 2023 Team Squad, Player List
Wales is one of the most competitive teams in the Rugby World Cup, having reached the semi-finals three times and the quarter-finals on seven occasions. The Welsh team is known for their physicality, tenacity, and attacking flair, making them a team to watch out for in the Rugby World Cup 2023. In this article, we will provide you with the latest updates on the Wales Rugby World Cup 2023 team squad, player list, schedule, past performances, odds of winning, and team kit.
Wales Rugby World Cup 2023 Team Squad:
The Wales Rugby World Cup 2023 team squad consists of 32 players who will represent Wales in the tournament. The team is led by Alun Wyn Jones, who is considered one of the best locks in the world. The squad includes experienced players like Dan Biggar, Jonathan Davies, and Leigh Halfpenny, as well as promising talents like Louis Rees-Zammit and Callum Sheedy.
Wales Rugby World Cup 2023 Team Squad, Player List:
- Rhys Carre
- Wyn Jones
- Nicky Smith
- Ken Owens
- Ryan Elias
- Elliot Dee
- Samson Lee
- Dillon Lewis
- Leon Brown
- Alun Wyn Jones (c)
- Adam Beard
- Jake Ball
- Will Rowlands
- Cory Hill
- Josh Navidi
- Justin Tipuric
- Taulupe Faletau
- Aaron Wainwright
- Ross Moriarty
- Josh Turnbull
- Gareth Davies
- Tomos Williams
- Kieran Hardy
- Dan Biggar
- Callum Sheedy
- Jonathan Davies
- Nick Tompkins
- George North
- Louis Rees-Zammit
- Josh Adams
- Hallam Amos
- Leigh Halfpenny
- Liam Williams
Wales Rugby World Cup 2023 Schedule, Pool Matches:
Wales will be facing some tough opponents in the pool stages, including Fiji, Australia, and Georgia. However, they will also have the opportunity to showcase their skills against Portugal. It will be interesting to see how Wales performs in the lead-up to the knockout stages of the tournament.
Check out the Schedule of the following teams:
Romania | Tonga | Scotland | South Africa | Ireland
|10 September||Wales vs Fiji||Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux|
|16 September||Wales vs Portugal||Allianz Riviera, Nice|
|24 September||Wales vs Australia||Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Décines-Charpieu|
|7 October||Wales vs Georgia||Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes|
Wales Rugby World Cup Past Performances:
Wales has a rich history in the Rugby World Cup, having reached the semi-finals three times (1987, 2011, and 2019) and the quarter-finals on seven occasions (1999, 2003, 2007, 2015, 2019, 2007, and 2019). Wales’ best performance in the tournament was in 1987, where they finished in third place. In the last tournament, Wales reached the semi-finals but lost to South Africa in a close game.
What are the Odds of Wales Winning the Rugby World Cup 2023?
Wales is currently ranked sixth in the world, according to World Rugby Rankings. The odds of Wales winning the Rugby World Cup 2023 are 12/1, which is the fifth-best odds among the 20 teams participating in the tournament. However, Wales has a tough draw in Pool C, where they will face Australia, Fiji, Georgia and Portugal.
RWC 2023: Wales Team Jersey & Kit
The Rugby World Cup is not just about the game itself, but also about the colorful and stylish jerseys and kits that each team wears. The Wales team is no exception, and they will be donning a brand new kit for the Rugby World Cup 2023.
The Welsh Rugby Union has teamed up with their kit supplier, Macron, to design a new kit that reflects the rich history and culture of Wales. The new kit features the traditional Welsh colors of red and green, with a bold, modern design that incorporates the Welsh dragon on the chest.
In addition to the bold design, the new kit has been designed with performance in mind. The fabric is lightweight and breathable, allowing players to stay cool and comfortable on the field, while also providing a maximum range of motion for agility and quick movements.
The Wales team and their fans are eagerly anticipating the unveiling of the new kit, and many are hopeful that it will bring them good luck in the Rugby World Cup 2023. With a stylish and high-performance kit like this, the Wales team will certainly be looking the part as they take on the world’s best rugby teams.