500 tickets will be given out to schools across Brent, giving children the opportunity to watch Ireland take on Romania in the Pool D clash at Wembley Stadium on September 27.
Schools that have demonstrated a keen commitment to rugby will be offered the tickets, along with the Kilburn Cosmos, the only rugby club based in Brent.
As part of the build up to the tournament, Brent will play host to the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour on September 12, when the Webb Ellis Cup travels through the borough.
Brent is also taking part in the Festival of Rugby 2015 – a nationwide cultural celebration of rugby in the build up to the tournament this autumn which is free to Brent residents to get involved in.
Brent Council’s cabinet member for stronger communities, Cllr James Denselow said: “The Rugby World Cup 2015 is a wonderful event and we look forward with great excitement to the eyes of the world falling upon our borough, as Wembley Stadium plays host to two matches.
“The tickets that England Rugby 2015 have provided to our young people in the borough, as well as the Trophy Tour and Festival of Rugby which both kick off yesterday, will not only help to cement a legacy for the sport in Brent, but will also serve as a reminder that we may be of different cultures, traditions and support different teams, but we share more in common with one another than what separates us.”