Rugby World Cup 2019 Extended Hours
You will have all seen the media hype recently surrounding the new Rugby World Cup 2019 Extended Trading Hours. Here you will find is a ‘Fact Sheet’ and a ‘Notification of Intention Form’ both produced by the Ministry of Justice.
A couple of major things to note are:
All Clubs that want to open for the games and intend on having members of the public attend MUST have obtained a Special Licence (remember these need to be lodged at least 20 working days prior to the event). This does not circumvent Section 60 of the Act with regards to Clubs. You also need to note that any licensee breaching the conditions of the Amendment Act can have their extended hours privileges immediately revoked.
Outside areas cannot be utilised during these extended hours (this includes smoking areas) so please ensure your patrons are aware of this.
The dates with regards to the All Blacks (assuming they get through to the finals)
|Rugby World Cup Match Schedule|
|Saturday September 21, 21:45||New Zealand Vs South Africa, International Stadium, Yokohama (Pool B)|
|Wednesday October 2, 23:15||New Zealand Vs Canada, Oita Stadium (Pool B)|
|Sunday October 6, 17:45||New Zealand Vs Namibia, Tokyo Stadium (Pool B)|
|Saturday October 12, 17:45||New Zealand Vs Italy, City of Toyota Stadium (Pool B)|
|Saturday October 19, 23:15||Winner Pool B Vs Runner-up Pool A , Tokyo Stadium (QF2)|
|Sunday October 20, 23:15||Winner Pool A Vs Runner-up Pool B, Tokyo Stadium (QF4)|
|Saturday October 26, 21:00||Winner QF1 Vs Winner QF2, International Stadium Yokohama (SF1)|
|Sunday October 27, 22:00||Winner QF3 Vs Winner QF4, International Stadium Yokohama (SF2)|
|Friday November 1, 22:00||Loser SF1 Vs Loser SF2, Tokyo Stadium|
|Saturday November 2, 22:00||Winner SF1 Vs Winner SF2, International Stadium, Yokohama|
Last updated: 24 Feb 2021