Where to watch the World Cup Rugby – Cape Town public viewing fan park sites

The day that we all as South Afticans, have waited for ….

After weeks of nail biting rugby moments, we stand behind our beloved Bokke today as they go up against the New Zealand All Black’s for the title of Rugby World champions.

There are very few of us not watching the game tonight and social media is bustling with people wanting to know where to watch the Rugby World Cup this evening.

The 2023 Rugby World Cup Final will be the first time that the South African Springboks and the New Zealand All Blacks go head to head since 1995. Both teams are eager to become the first Rugby side to win four World Cup tournaments.

Cape Town Rugby World Cup viewing sites

Good news Cape Town Rugby fans…… the City of Cape Town have set up not one but three free viewing fan park sites where you can go and enjoy watching this nail biting, historic World Cup Rugby match.

The fan parkĀ  sites are situated at

  • Bree street in Cape Town CBD
  • Monwabisi Sport and Recreation Centre in Langa
  • Westridge Civic Centre in Mitchells Plain.

Things to know

  • For the CBD viewing site is Bree Street, the footpath is between Church and Hout Street.There will be soft road closures from Wale to Strand street, and Loop to Buitengracht, including all side-streets leading to the venue.
  • All three fan park sites will be active from 5pm, with DJs and big screens to live stream the match.
  • Kick-off is at 9pm.

Wherever you choose to watch the Rugby today, let’s bring the “gees” and wish our guys luck.







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