Women’s Rugby World Cup dates, fixtures, odds and teams

England, Scotland and Wales are up for the cup!


*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

After a bit of a delay, the ninth edition of the women’s Rugby World Cup is finally upon us.

It’s the first time that the tournament, postponed from last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, is taking place in the Southern Hemisphere with defending champions New Zealand on hosting duties.


The month-long tournament featuring 12 countries is scheduled to run from Saturday, October 8 to Saturday, November 12 and every match will be shown on ITV and S4C.

All you need to know about the Women’s Rugby World Cup in 2022 including the fixtures, Paddy Power’s odds and the participating teams can be found below.

Women’s Rugby World Cup teams

Pool A: New Zealand, Australia, Wales, Scotland
Pool B: Canada, USA, Italy, Japan
Pool C: England, France, South Africa, Fiji

Women’s Rugby World Cup fixtures

October 8: South Africa v France
October 8: Fiji v England
October 8: Australia v New Zealand

October 9: USA v Italy
October 9: Japan v Canada
October 9: Wales v Scotland

October 15: Scotland v Australia
October 15: USA v Japan
October 15: France v England

October 16: Italy v Canada
October 16: Wales v New Zealand
October 16: Fiji v South Africa

October 22: Australia v Wales
October 22: New Zealand v Scotland
October 22: France v Fiji

October 23: Japan v Italy
October 23: Canada v USA
October 23: England v South Africa

October 29: Quarter-Final 1
October 29: Quarter-Final 2

October 30: Quarter-Final 3
October 30: Quarter-Final 4

November 5: Semi-Final 1
November 5: Semi-Final 2

November 12: Bronze Final
November 12: Final

Women’s Rugby World Cup odds

The latest Women’s Rugby World Cup odds are on the Paddy Power website, otherwise you can find the prices of the leading contenders via our snazzy widgets below.

England are the hot favourites to land their first title since 2014 and the Red Roses boast plenty of strength in depth and head to the Southern Hemisphere in fine form.

New Zealand have won five of the eight women’s Rugby World Cups so it’s hardly surprising to find the Black Ferns towards the top of the betting.

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

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