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Transport to Rugby World Cup could boost UK by £18MBack

RugbyWorldCupA new survey claims rugby fans will boost the UK’s economy by millions during the Rugby World Cup 2015.

Starting from today, the UK will host 20 rugby teams, more than 440,000 international visitors and around 2,200,000 Brits in 11 cities, meaning the impact on the economies will be huge.

The survey, conducted by travel comparison website, added up the total expected to be spent on accommodation, food and drink, inner city transport and merchandise for each of the 11 cities hosting matches during the 6 week tournament.

GoEuro prepared the study to understand the effect that the Rugby World Cup 2015 will have on the UK’s tourism industry.

Total transport costs generated £18, 226,000 in extra income that spectators will spend when they descend on the 11 cities with London pocketing the most combined revenue at nearly 200 million for the 17 matches it will host at 3 different venues across the city.

GoEuro has predicted the World Cup 2015 will be the biggest tourism generator since the 2012 London Olympics, pouring nearly £1bn into the UK’s transport and tourism sector.

In total, the 11 host cities will generate between £3,524,934.50 and £197,024,316.33 according to the number of expected visiting spectators and the number of games being hosted.

For the tourism industry as a whole, the cup is expected to generate a whopping £957,500,000.00!

*** Trusted Dealers would like to wish England and the remaining 19 teams the very best of luck in the Rugby World Cup 2015 ***

Posted by Leana Kell on 18/09/2015