Rugby World Cup 2015 organisers announced on Tuesday the dates of the general ticket sales window for every game in next year's showpiece competition in England and Wales.
Organisers England Rugby 2015 announced that tickets for all 48 matches will be on general sale between Sept. 12 and Sept. 29 of this year, per the BBC's Sonja McLaughlan:
Tickets for 2015 Rugby World Cup go on general sale on September 12th #500daystogo— Sonja McLaughlan (@Sonjamclaughlan) May 6, 2014
From the beginning of the window, any members of the public will be able to apply for tickets to the matches they want to see, with any oversubscribed games being balloted.
Before the general sale window opens, however, 500,000 tickets will be up for grabs from all clubs and RFU-affiliated organisations across the country as part of the Rugby Community ticket programme.
All eligible organisations can, starting on Tuesday, register their nominated members, who can then purchase tickets from May 16, 2014.
England Rugby 2015 CEO Debbie Jevans said she was happy that all plans were on track for the event, as reported by ESPN.co.uk:
Our plans are right on track with 500 days to go. We are pleased to announce the dates of the general sale today, allowing fans to save the date and plan.
Everything is in place now for a great tournament as we move into the delivery phase of our major campaigns.
The tournament is scheduled to start with England playing at Twickenham on Sept. 18 next year, a single adult ticket for which will cost between £75 and £315, per England Rugby 2015.
There has been some controversy surrounding the prices, but there is little doubt they will all be snapped up come mid-September.
The final list of teams has yet to be fully confirmed for next year's event, with qualifying still going on, but the likes of England, Australia, South Africa and holders New Zealand will all be involved.
The schedule sees four pools of five teams eventually becoming eight quarter-finalists, with the top two from each pool going through to the knockout rounds.
|September 18||8 p.m.||England vs. Oceania 1||Twickenham|
|September 20||2:30 p.m.||Wales vs. Play-off Winner||Millenium Stadium|
|September 23||4:45 p.m.||Australia vs. Oceania 1||Millenium Stadium|
|September 26||8 p.m.||England vs. Wales||Twickenham|
|September 27||noon||Australia vs. Play-off Winner||Villa Park|
|October 1||4:45 p.m.||Wales vs. Oceania 1||Millenium Stadium|
|October 3||8 p.m.||England vs. Australia||Twickenham|
|October 6||8 p.m.||Oceania 1 vs. Play-off Winner||Stadiummk|
|October 10||4:45 p.m.||Australia vs. Wales||Twickenham|
|October 10||8 p.m.||England vs. Play-off Winner||Manchester City Stadium|
|September 19||4:45 p.m.||South Africa vs. Asia 1||Brighton Community Stadium|
|September 20||noon||Samoa vs. USA||Brighton Community Stadium|
|September 23||2:30 p.m.||Scotland vs. Asia 1||Kingsholm|
|September 26||4:45 p.m.||South Africa vs. Samoa||Villa Park|
|September 27||2:30 p.m.||Scotland vs. USA||Elland Road|
|October 3||2:30 p.m.||Samoa vs. Asia 1||Stadiummk|
|October 3||4:45 p.m.||South Africa vs. Scotland||St James' Park|
|October 7||4:45 p.m.||South Africa vs. USA||Olympic Stadium|
|October 10||2:30 p.m.||Samoa vs. Scotland||St James' Park|
|October 11||8 p.m.||USA vs. Asia 1||Kingsholm|
|September 19||noon||Tonga vs. Georgia||Kingsholm|
|September 20||4:45 p.m.||New Zealand vs. Argentina||Wembley|
|September 24||8 p.m.||New Zealand vs. Africa 1||Olympic Stadium|
|September 25||4:45 p.m.||Argentina vs. Georgia||Kingsholm|
|September 29||4:45 p.m.||Tonga vs. Africa 1||Sandy Park|
|October 2||8 p.m.||New Zealand vs. Georgia||Millenium Stadium|
|October 4||2:30 p.m.||Argentina vs. Tonga||Leicester City Stadium|
|October 7||8 p.m.||Africa 1 vs. Georgia||Sandy Park|
|October 9||8 p.m.||New Zealand vs. Tonga||St James' Park|
|October 11||noon||Argentina vs. Africa 1||Leicester City Stadium|
|September 19||2:30 p.m.||Ireland vs. Canada||Millenium Stadium|
|September 19||8 p.m.||France vs. Italy||Twickenham|
|September 23||8 p.m.||France vs. Romania||Olympic Stadium|
|September 26||2:30 p.m.||Italy vs. Canada||Elland Road|
|September 27||4:45 p.m.||Ireland vs. Romania||Wembley|
|October 1||8 p.m.||France vs. Canada||Stadiummk|
|October 4||4:45 p.m.||Ireland vs. Italy||Olympic Stadium|
|October 6||4:45 p.m.||Canada vs. Romania||Leicester City Stadium|
|October 11||2:30 p.m.||Italy vs. Romania||Sandy Park|
|October 11||4:45 p.m.||France vs. Ireland||Millenium Stadium|
|October 17||4 p.m.||Pool B Winner vs. Pool A Runner-up||Twickenham|
|October 17||8 p.m.||Pool C Winner vs. Pool D Runner-up||Millenium Stadium|
|October 18||1 p.m.||Pool D Winner vs. Pool C Runner-up||Millenium Stadium|
|October 18||4 p.m.||Pool A Winner vs. Pool B Runner-up||Twickenham|
|October 24||4 p.m.||QF1 Winner vs. QF2 Winner||Twickenham|
|October 25||4 p.m.||QF3 Winner vs. QF4 Winner||Twickenham|
|October 30||8 p.m.||SF1 Loser vs. SF2 Loser||Olympic Stadium|
|October 31||4 p.m.||SF1 Winner vs. SF2 Winner||Twickenham|
England will be looking to make home advantage count as they aim for a second World Cup trophy after 2003's famous victory in Australia.
Rugby fans across the world can now make plans for which games they want to see at next year's event.