Springboks Kick Off Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour

Springboks to Commence Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour

The tour will feature various stops in Gauteng, Cape Town, KwaZulu-Natal, and East London, providing fans with an opportunity to celebrate the team’s World Cup victory.

Starting in Pretoria

The Springboks are all set to embark on their Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour, commencing in Pretoria on Thursday, November 2. The open-top bus is scheduled to depart from the Union Buildings at 09:30 AM.

Gauteng Route and Schedule

The Gauteng leg of the tour will follow an easterly route, passing Loftus Versfeld and then heading west to encompass the Pretoria Central Business District (CBD).

In Johannesburg, the tour is expected to commence at 2:00 PM at No 1 Jan Smuts Avenue in Braamfontein, where the Springboks will cross the Nelson Mandela Bridge before making their way to Soweto.

The tour in Gauteng will conclude as the Springboks arrive at FNB Stadium, approximately at 3:45 PM.

Entry is free, and tickets are available from Ticketpros.

The Gauteng leg of the tour will feature visits to key locations and will culminate at FNB Stadium, offering fans a chance to celebrate the victory.

Cape Town Stop

On Friday, November 3, the Springboks will be in Cape Town, with a significant crowd expected at the Grand Parade adjacent to City Hall, where they are anticipated to appear at 11:30 AM.

The bus route will commence shortly after 12:00 PM, encompassing the Cape Town CBD.

At 2:30 PM, the tour will take the Springboks through Langa and Bonteheuwel before returning to the city center at around 5:30 PM.

The Cape Town leg of the tour will provide fans in the region with an opportunity to join the celebration.

KwaZulu-Natal and East London Leg

The Springboks will transfer to KwaZulu-Natal early on Saturday, November 4, commencing their tour at the Garden Court Hotel in Umhlanga at approximately 9:30 AM.

The route will lead them towards the Durban City Hall and ultimately to uShaka Marine World, where they are expected at around 1:45 PM.

The final leg of the tour will be in East London on Sunday, November 5, starting and finishing at the Garden Court Hotel from 10:00 AM until approximately 2:00 PM.

The KwaZulu-Natal and East London legs of the tour will offer fans in these regions a chance to celebrate with the Springboks.

Additional Satellite Tours and Updates

Details on the routes and timing will be posted on the Springboks’ social media channels, with updates as necessary, as all the routes and timings are subject to change.

The Springboks plan to extend the tour to other regions in South Africa, offering more fans the opportunity to celebrate their World Cup victory.

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