There are 20 nations competing in the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Can the children put them all into alphabetical order on this worksheet?
Rugby World Cup 2019 Worksheets
NEW! Learn about each of the 20 countries taking part in this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan with our country-specific worksheets, and practise some useful skills with our fun collection of worksheets covering everything from alphabetical order to distance calculations.
The Rugby World Cup is a great opportunity to do a little geography research and practice! Can the children match the countries on the left of this worksheet with the correct continents?
Do the children know which capital city matches each country? Test their knowledge with this Rugby World Cup 2019 Match Up worksheet. We've included the solution so they can mark the sheet themselves if they prefer.
World sporting events are a great opportunity to learn a little geography whilst having fun too. Can the children use an atlas to locate the countries participating in the Rugby World Cup 2019 and label them on the map?
Here's a fun Rugby World Cup activity that will help test geography and research skills. Can the kids find out the capital cities of each country taking part in the Rugby World Cup 2019, find them on a map then estimate how far each capital city is from Tokyo?
The Rugby World Cup is an exciting tournament to follow, and also a great opportunity to learn a little about the countries taking part. Can the children find out the languages spoken in each of the countries taking part? Some countries may speak more than 1 language!
How well do the kids know the flags of the countries taking part in the Rugby World Cup in 2019? Find out by asking them to complete this flag matching worksheet...
Ask the kids to do a bit of research about the area and population of each country taking part in the Rugby World Cup in 2019 and fill in this worksheet. Can the children also discuss if size makes a difference to the performance of a team?
Our world cup winners worksheets are always popular for major sporting competitions, and this one asks the kids to find out where each Rugby World Cup has been held, the winners and the runners up. I wonder who will win this year?