2011 Rugby World Cup statistics

This article documents statistics from the 2011 Rugby World Cup, held in New Zealand from 9 September to 23 October.

Team statistics[]

The following table shows the team's results in major statistical categories.[1]

Team statistics
Team Played Won Drawn Lost Points
for
Points
against
Points
difference
Tries Conv­ersions Penalties Drop goals Yellow card.svg Red card.svg
 New Zealand 7 7 0 0 301 72 229 40 25 15 2 1 0
 Australia 7 5 0 2 211 95 116 28 19 9 2 0 0
 England 5 4 0 1 149 53 96 20 14 6 1 2 0
 France 7 4 0 3 159 124 35 16 11 17 2 1 0
 Ireland 5 4 0 1 145 56 89 16 13 12 1 0 0
 South Africa 5 4 0 1 175 35 140 21 20 9 1 1 0
 Wales 7 4 0 3 228 74 154 29 22 13 0 0 1
 Argentina 5 3 0 2 100 73 27 11 9 9 0 1 0
 Italy 4 2 0 2 92 95 −3 13 6 5 0 1 0
 Samoa 4 2 0 2 91 49 42 10 7 8 1 1 1
 Scotland 4 2 0 2 73 59 14 4 1 13 4 0 0
 Tonga 4 2 0 2 80 98 −18 7 6 11 0 3 0
 Canada 4 1 1 2 82 168 −86 9 5 7 2 0 0
 Fiji 4 1 0 3 59 167 −108 7 6 4 0 0 0
 Georgia 4 1 0 3 48 90 −42 3 3 9 0 0 0
 United States 4 1 0 3 38 122 −84 4 3 4 0 2 0
 Japan 4 0 1 3 69 184 −115 8 4 7 0 1 0
 Namibia 4 0 0 4 44 266 −222 5 2 2 3 2 0
 Romania 4 0 0 4 44 169 −125 3 1 9 0 1 0
 Russia 4 0 0 4 57 196 −139 8 4 2 1 1 0

Source: ESPNscrum.com

Try scorers[]

6 tries
5 tries
4 tries
3 tries
2 tries
1 try

Drop goal scorers[]

3 drop goals
2 drop goals
1 drop goal

Point scorers[]

Kicking Accuracy[]

Correct as of Wales vs Australia

Hat-tricks[]

Unless otherwise noted, players in this list scored a hat-trick of tries.

Rank Player Team Opponent Stage Result Venue Date
1 Theuns KotzéD3  Namibia  Fiji Pool 25–49 Rotorua International Stadium 10 September 2011
2 Vereniki GonevaT4  Fiji  Namibia Pool 49–25 Rotorua International Stadium 10 September 2011
3 Alesana Tuilagi  Samoa  Namibia Pool 49–12 Rotorua International Stadium 14 September 2011
4 Vincent Clerc  France  Canada Pool 46–19 McLean Park, Napier 18 September 2011
5 Adam Ashley-Cooper  Australia  United States Pool 67–5 Wellington Regional Stadium 23 September 2011
6 Mark Cueto  England  Romania Pool 67–3 Otago Stadium, Dunedin 24 September 2011
7 Chris Ashton  England  Romania Pool 67–3 Otago Stadium, Dunedin 24 September 2011
8 Scott Williams  Wales  Namibia Pool 81–7 Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth 26 September 2011
9 Zac GuildfordT4  New Zealand  Canada Pool 79–15 Wellington Regional Stadium 2 October 2011
Key
D3 Scored hat-trick of drop goals
T4 Scored four tries

Discipline[]

In total, two red cards and 18 yellow cards were issued during the tournament.[2][3][4]

Yellow cards[]

1 yellow card

Red cards[]

1 red card

Penalty tries[]

1 penalty try

Stadiums[]

Stadium City Capacity Matches played Overall
attendance
Average
attendance
per match
Average
attendance
as % of capacity
Tries scored Avg. tries
scored / match
Overall
points scored
Avg. points
scored / match
Eden Park Auckland 60,000 11 637,395 57,945 96.58% 33 3.00 359 32.64
Wellington Regional Stadium Wellington 40,000 8 268,483 33,560 83.90% 43 5.38 351 43.88
Waikato Stadium Hamilton 36,000 3 89,764 29,921 83.11% 25 8.33 193 63.33
Otago Stadium Dunedin 30,748 4 104,531 26,133 84.99% 21 5.25 185 46.25
North Harbour Stadium Auckland 30,000 4 110,873 27,718 92.39% 26 6.50 211 52.75
Rotorua Int'l Stadium Rotorua 26,000 3 48,513 16,171 62.20% 27 9.00 209 69.67
Stadium Taranaki New Plymouth 26,000 3 48,464 16,155 62.13% 18 6.00 139 46.33
McLean Park Napier 22,000 2 28,565 14,283 64.92% 10 5.00 111 55.50
Rugby Park Stadium Invercargill 20,000 3 35,464 11,821 59.11% 13 6.50 130 43.33
Trafalgar Park Nelson 18,000 3 43,722 14,574 80.97% 30 10.00 197 65.67
Northland Events Centre Whangarei 18,000 2 34,538 17,269 95.94% 11 5.50 94 47.00
Arena Manawatu Palmerston North 15,000 2 26,982 13,491 89.94% 5 2.50 66 33.00
Total 1,710,992 48 1,477,294 30,777 86.34% 262 5.46 2,245 46.77

See also[]

External links[]

References[]

  1. ^ "Team Records". ESPN. Retrieved 9 October 2019.
  2. ^ "RWC 2011 Statistical Review and Match Analysis" (PDF). RWC2011. Retrieved 9 October 2019.
  3. ^ "Stats Hub". World Rugby. Retrieved 9 October 2019.
  4. ^ "Stats_Hub". World Rugby. Retrieved 9 October 2019.