The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
The final and two semi-finals would be held at Twickenham with Wembley and the Millennium Stadium hosting quarter-finals and pool matches of the tournament, which is scheduled to run from September 4 to October 17.
Gloucester's Kingsholm is the only recognised club rugby stadium set to be used.
Arsenal's Emirates Stadium would host pool matches and the bronze medal match while the RFU also plan to use Anfield, Elland Road, the St Mary's Stadium, St James' Park and the Ricoh Arena.
England are competing against South Africa, Italy and Japan to host the World Cup for the first time since 1991.
RFU chief executive Francis Baron said: "In 2015 it will be 24 years since England last hosted a Rugby World Cup and we believe the time is right.
"The RFU is 100% committed to delivering an outstanding World Cup in 2015. These are turbulent and difficult times but we believe the bid we have put together represents a low risk but high potential return.
"At the heart of our bid are passion, love and commitment to the game and its ideals. Our desire is to broaden rugby's horizons by reaching out and embracing new audiences.
"The tournament would serve as a catalyst to drive participation, awareness and opportunities supporting the development of the game nationally, in Europe and across the globe.
"The RFU is committed to investing 100% of its surplus from the tournament back into the grassroots game, both here in England and through our continued investment in our development agreements with north America and support for the Pacific Island nations."