England faces Argentina in the Rugby World Cup 2023 bronze final on Friday (October 27).

England narrowly missed out on a spot in the final after losing to South Africa in their semi-final last Saturday (October 21) 16-15.

South Africa goes on to play New Zealand in the 2023 Rugby World Cup final on Saturday, October 28 as they look to defend their title.

England will play Argentina on Friday (October 27) in a battle for third place.

Argentina suffered a heavy semi-final loss to the All Blacks last Friday (October 20), going down 44-6.

England and Argentina have already played each other once in the 2023 Rugby World Cup, in the opening Pool D match of the tournament. 

In that match, England ran out comfortable winners - 27-10.

Rugby World Cup 2023 final fixtures

Friday, October 27

  • England v Argentina (Bronze Final)

Saturday, October 28

  • New Zealand v South Africa (Final)

What time is England v Argentina kick-off?

England takes on Argentina in their Rugby World Cup bronze final match on Friday (October 27) after losing to South Africa 15-16 in their semi-final fixture last Sunday (October 22).

Kick-off for the England v Argentina match is 8pm (BST) on Friday, October 27.

The match is taking place at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, Paris and the referee is Nic Berry (Australia).

How to watch England v Argentina

The Rugby World Cup bronze final fixture between England and Argentina will be broadcast on ITV.

Coverage for the match kicks off on ITV1 at 7.30pm (BST).

Rugby World Cup 2023 final - New Zealand v South Africa

The Rugby World Cup 2023 final will take place on Saturday (October 28) between New Zealand and South Africa.

Both teams have won the tournament three times, meaning the winner of Saturday's final will become the outright record holder for most Rugby World Cup titles.

England (once) and Australia (twice) are the only other two teams to have won the Rugby World Cup.

Kick-off for the New Zealand v South Africa game will be at 8pm (BST) on Saturday, October 28.

That match is being played at Stade de France, Saint-Denis in Paris and will be refereed by Wayne Barnes (England).

New Zealand v Argentina will be broadcast on ITV1 with coverage beginning at 7pm (BST).