Twickenham stadium in London, where the Rugby World Cup will take place. (Photo: AFP)
London – It came as no surprise when the sold out signs went up at Twickenham for Saturday’s Rugby World Cup final.
The 2015 World Cup has broken all attendance records with some 2.5 million tickets sold to the 48 matches.
The finalists – New Zealand and Australia – are set to battle it out for rugby’s greatest prize, the Webb Ellis Cup, in front of a capacity crowd of 80 125.
Meanwhile, Friday’s Bronze final between South Africa and Argentina at The Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is also sold out, with a crowd of 56 000 expected.