France 2023 Rugby World Cup – Competition Time, cooking class and more

France is THE place to be in 2023 as it hosts the Rugby World Cup in nine magnificent cities across the country. But why wait till then for the games to begin? We’re celebrating two years to go with a competition that will win over French and rugby fans alike. As well as free access to an online cooking class with a celebrity chef, you’ll get the chance to score exclusive prizes. Let’s kick things off!

Competition time! Your chance to win 2 casseroles Le Creuset and 1 big bottle of Mumm Champagne to celebrate!

There are also some major prizes up for grabs for 1 winner.
Two Le Creuset signature cast iron casseroles in blue and red – the French colours – and a 15-litre bottle of Mumm champagne could be yours. Given the French are known to play ‘champagne rugby’ and there are 15 players on a team, we thought this was only fair!

Here’s how to be in it to win it…

Win champagne and Le Creuset (External link)

Bonne chance!

Rugby World Cup in France in 2023

The cup won’t just provide an epic display of rugby union; it will give its nine host cities (External link) the opportunity to pull out all the stops.

Expect a festival of French culture featuring the best regional food and wine, spectacular events and an unbeatable atmosphere.

Test your knownledge by answering thos 3 questions about France 2023 Rugby World Cup!

And given that 2023 will mark two hundred years since the birth of rugby (External link) , it’s set to be even more special.

Watch a cooking show to celebrate 2 years to go before the RWC 2023

Renowned chef and rugby enthusiast Guillaume Brahimi is showing you how to make a mouthwatering cassoulet (External link) . The cassoulet is native to the south west of France – the heartland of French rugby.

Bouton Facebook Campagne Rugby (External link)

How to enter the competition?

  • Complete the short quiz about Rugby and Guillaume Brahimi here (External link) . Answer the questions correctly to go into the draw to win.

How to watch Guillaume Brahimi’s cooking class?

The prizes

Thanks to our generous sponsors, one lucky winner will take home:
• A 15-litre bottle of Mumm champagne – the biggest size in Australia – valued at $3,500. That’s 90 glasses of champagne!
Two Le Creuset signature cast iron casseroles in blue and red – the colours of the French team, Les Bleus.
Entries close at midnight AEST on Sunday 17 October 2021. Winner will be announced on the France.fr Facebook page by Friday 22 October 2021.

And don’t forget our rendezvous in 2023! Go the Wallabies! Allez Les Bleus! (External link)