NZ National Team aiming for 3 consecutive wins in the Rugby World Cup To advance campsite Satoshi Chiba September 10 0:55
The New Zealand national team, aiming for the third consecutive victory at the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament, entered Sakai City, Chiba Prefecture, where a pre-camp was held, and was welcomed by locals.
Before the start of the World Cup Japan Tournament on the 20th of this month, New Zealand National Team All Blacks arrived at Narita Airport and moved to Sakai City, where they pre-camped by bus.
The hotel we stayed in was decorated with black carpets after All Blacks and was welcomed by about 2400 fans.
At the ceremony, New Zealand captain Kieran Reed said, “I'm glad to receive warm support from the first day in Japan. Thank you for your continued support from today to the end.”
After a press conference, Steve Hansen head coach said, “I'm full of great feelings when I came to Japan. I want to do a good practice this week. The goal is to win, I want to enjoy culture. "
New Zealand will pre-camp in Sakai City until 14th of this month.