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Rugby World Cup 2019

Rugby World Cup 2019

The Rugby World Cup 2019 is a  6 week Tournament and is about to kick off on 20th September 2019. The fixtures will be played in 12 stadiums around Japan providing Rugby fans with the perfect excuse to visit this beautiful and unique country.

If you are planning to travel to Japan for this exciting Tournament or /and you are playing while you are out there , you will need to have a Travel Insurance Policy in place before you leave your home.

Whether you need a quote as a Fan or if a quote for Amateur Rugby Training or Tournaments, we’ve got you covered for the Rugby World Cup 2019.

Quotes for Spectators

Get a quote online to take advantage of the following rates for 0-54 years, travelling to Japan, with no pre-existing medical conditions:

2 Weeks – from £20.37

3 Weeks – from £23.54

4 Weeks – from £26.64

6 Weeks – from £36.62

Quotes for Rugby Training or Amateur Tournaments

Get a quote online to take advantage of the following rates for 0-54 years, travelling to Japan, with no pre-existing medical conditions:

2 Weeks – from £61.11

3 Weeks – from £70.62

4 Weeks – from £79.92

6 Weeks – from £109.86

For more information about our cover for Rugby, visit our information pages: Rugby Training and Rugby Amateur Tournaments.

What does JS Travel Insurance cover?

We have a Range of products to ensure you have a Policy that’s right for you. Here are the key highlights and options available:

  • Single Trips up to 91 days or Annual Multi Trips
  • £10,000,000 Medical and Repatriation Expenses
  • Pre Existing Medical Conditions Cover
  • Personal Baggage Cover
  • Valuables Cover, including Photographic Equipment
  • Gadget Cover for your Mobile Phone, Tablet or MP3 player (£9 per person for a Single Trip)
  • Cancellation & Curtailment Cover
  • Natural Catastrophe Cover
  • Cover for Sports and Activities (including Rugby Amateur Tournaments should you get into the spirit!)

What does Japan offer in September?

Luckily the heat in Japan drops slightly in Autumn which makes conditions more favourable for players. Off the pitch, this season offers other great advantages: the fall foliage!

After a scorching summer, the leaves change colours to beautiful and vibrant shades of orange, red, yellow, and brown. A popular tradition which draws in tourists is Japan’s ‘Momigari’ hunt for the most striking red leaf. But travellers should be aware that the weather can be unpredictable, with typhoons at their most frequent in September.

So whether you’ll be enjoying the Rugby or hunting for great photo opportunities, JS Travel Insurance can cover your trip Medical Expenses and other losses.

Visa Requirements

If you have a ‘British Citizen’ or ‘British National (Overseas)’ passport, you can enter Japan as a visitor for up to 90 days without a visa. You may need to provide evidence of a return or onward ticket.

If you need a visa, application information can be found on website of Japan’s Embassy. Visas aren’t issued after arrival in Japan, so please ensure any visas required are arranged before you travel. will also allow you to obtain a Visa . Click here for the right page to apply .

If you’re unclear about any aspect of the entry requirements, or you need further reassurance, you’ll need to contact the Embassy of Japan: for the Visa Section, call 020 7465 6565 or for other Information call 020 7465 6500.

Who’s going to win the Rugby World Cup 2019?

Japan 2019 will be the ninth Rugby World Cup. New Zealand’s All Blacks have won it three times, chased by Australia and South Africa who’ve each won twice. England has won it once in 2003 when Johnny Wilkinson scored a drop goal just 26 seconds from the end of the match, beating Australia in this thrilling finale. Can England do it again this year?

How to get a quote for travel insurance

If you want to book an online, click here and select the activities you need.

If you prefer. please call us for a quote:

Contact us on 0800 047 5065 (FREE) or 01273 773 017 or email


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