From Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan towards Rugby World Cup 2023 in France
The journey for the “Official Bank of Rugby” began when Societe Generale partnered with the French rugby union in 1987. Since then, and for more than 30 years, we have cemented a bond between its own values and the core values of rugby.
Today, Societe Generale supports rugby from its grassroots to professional pinnacles, encouraging the practice of rugby by women and younger generations, especially as a channel for social inclusion, and making sure that the historic journey with rugby embodies the Group’s mission – contributing to positive transformations in society.
In line with this mission, we partner with rugby institutions all around the world: in Europe, Africa, America (with recently Rugby Quebec in Canada), Asia Pacific (namely Hong Kong Valley rugby club, Sydney Easts rugby club and India rugby union) and last but not least, Rugby World Cup, for the seventh time.
As Worldwide Partner and Official bank of Rugby World Cup 2023, Societe Generale will offer again unique opportunities to share with our clients, staff and all our stakeholders rugby’s values and spirit, to bring more people to this amazing sport and contribute to its expansion.
Together we share the passion and emotions of rugby across the world. After Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan, get ready for a new exciting journey towards Rugby World Cup 2023 in France!
This journey will already start on 14 December with the draw, followed in 2021 by qualifying games of the Oceania Cup and Asia Rugby Championship, a chance for another Asian country to join Japan among the 20 participating teams.
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