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We are incredibly proud to be a Worldwide partner of the Rugby World Cup 2019. Our shared values means that no brand understands the spirit of rugby like Land Rover.
MARK CAMERONEXPERIENTIAL MARKETING DIRECTOR, JAGUAR LAND ROVER
RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019
In 2019, the game’s best players will compete for Rugby’s ultimate prize at the Rugby World Cup in Japan. 48 matches will take place across 12 stadiums with an estimated 1.8 million fans attending the games to cheer their teams to glory.
As a Worldwide Partner of Rugby World Cup 2015, Land Rover were at the heart of action, recruiting the 96 mascots for 48 games. Special Vehicle Operations built a unique Land Rover Defender to take the Webb Ellis Cup on a 100-day tour around the UK and Ireland before its arrival at Twickenham Stadium.
WE DEAL IN REAL
At Land Rover, we know the passion and camaraderie at the grassroots of Rugby are at the core of the game. That’s why #WeDealInReal
Jaguar Land Rover Limited: Registered office: Abbey Road, Whitley, Coventry CV3 4LF. Registered in England No: 1672070
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