Hundreds of people will arrive in Milton Keynes today hoping to become an official volunteer for Rugby World Cup 2015.
More than 20,000 people applied for the try outs which are being held across the country, but only 6,000 will be selected. The volunteers - known as The Pack - will welcome rugby fans to the match venues, which includes Stadium MK.
Tickets for next year's Rugby World Cup go on sale at 10am today - with three of the matches being played in Milton Keynes.
Up to one million tickets for all 48 matches will be put on general sale with over-subscribed games going to a ballot.
The matches coming to Stadium MK include France versus Canada and Samoa against Japan.
Fans are being warned not to buy tickets from illegal touts.
Rugby world cup winner Will Greenwood has been in Milton Keynes to launch the official countdown to the 2015 tournament.
The former England star says the home tournament - which will be live on ITV - will be a massive opportunity for the players.
MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman says it's now become real that Stadium MK will host the Rugby World Cup.
The two year countdown to the Rugby World Cup is now underway. Stadium MK will host three games during the 2015 competition.
The chairman of the League One side said hosting Northampton Saints games at Stadium MK had been among the most exciting events at the venue.
The official countdown to the 2015 Rugby World Cup has started.
Rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood was at a launch event at Snowzone in Milton Keynes to say World Cup rugby is just two years away from being staged in the town.
Stadium MK will host three games during the competition
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