The world is gearing up for the 2019 Rugby World Cup but no one is preparing more than the host country themselves – Japan.
A video of a crowd of Japenese rugby fans at the Kumagaya Stadium singing South Africa’s National Anthem, “Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika” recently went viral.
The crowd in the video have clearly been practising as they sing the words effortlessly and are even joined by the town’s mayor who sings along with them. The Kumagaya Stadium will host a warm-up match between Japan and South Africa on September 6 2019.
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Looking forward to having Springboks in Japan. Japanese rugby fans are practicing South African National Anthem to welcome the team with respect at Kumagaya Stadiam on 6th September ＼(^o^)／ pic.twitter.com/voA6OfAXZ7
— Sandy Kondo (@sandykondo) August 26, 2019