England vs South Africa Rugby World Cup 2019 Final

The final match of the Rugby World Cup 2019 will be played between England and South Africa on 02 November, 2019 at International Stadium Yokohama. England has won the 1st semi-final against the defending champion New Zealand by 19-7 points. On the other hand, South Africa made their way into the final by defeating Wales by 19-16 points. England, the winner of Rugby World Cup 2003 will play their 4th final and will try to seal their second world cup trophy while South Africa is the winner of Rugby World Cup 1995 and 2007 and now, they are in their 3rd final of the world cup 2019.

England is at the top of their pool by winning three matches and a bonus point against Tonga, United States, Argentina and one draw match against France. They have defeated Australia in the quarter-final by heavy margin of 40-16. South Africa is at second position in their pool by winning three matches against Namibia, Italy, Canada and lost their first match against New Zealand. South Africa has also got bonus point in their winning matches. They have defeated Host nation Japan in the quarter-final by 26-3 points.

England vs South Africa

Competition: Rugby World Cup 2019 Final

Venue: International Stadium Yokohama

Date: Saturday 2 November, 2019

Time: 6pm (JST) 9:00 AM (GMT)

TV Broadcast: iTV (UK) NBC (USA) Rai (Italy) Fox (Australia) TVNZ (New Zealand)

Online Streaming: Live stream of final match of rugby world cup 2019 will be available here before 15 min match start.

Before the final match, a Bronze final match will be played between the New Zealand and Wales on 01 November, 2019 at Tokyo Stadium to decide the 3rd position of the team in Rugby World Cup 2019. Now all are looking for the final match to share the enjoyment and moments, be ready for the match whatever you are at home, job or anywhere, you can follow and watch each and every moment of the final match by following live streaming sources and broadcasting channels.

RWC 2019 Streaming, Live TV Channels, Schedule, Pools

This year’s Rugby World Cup will be held in Japan as 20 teams prepare for the biggest stage in World Rugby. The clear favourites will be New Zealand, but other Nations that will also think they have a chance of winning are Wales, England, Ireland, Australia and South Africa. The tournament kicks off on September 20th with Japan hosting Russia in the opening ceremony of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

Pool A consists of Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia and Samoa. Since only 2 Nations will qualify for the knockout stages, Ireland and Scotland will be favourites, but Japan will believe they have a great chance of progressing due to their home advantage.

Pool B consists of New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia and Canada with the clear favourites to qualify for the knockout stages being New Zealand and South Africa. Italy will want to impress but could struggle against the big southern-hemisphere sides.

Pool C has England, France, Argentina, the United States and Tonga which has been called the “pool of death.” England are favourites to qualify for the knockout stages but whether they will be joined by France or Argentina is yet to be seen. France are massively inconsistent but can turn up the heat when required whereas Argentina have been brilliant recently. This pool will be an exciting one to watch.

Pool D consists of Wales, Australia, Georgia, Fiji and Uruguay. Wales and Australia will battle it out for the top spot in the group but Georgia and Fiji will turn up with a strong squad and will aim to throw a spanner in the works. After the pool stage is complete, the knockout stages will be hugely exciting with an exciting match guaranteed in each of the matches. Although some of the smaller nations may look unlikely to proceed to the knockout stages, they all have something to play for due to the fact that the third placed side in each Pool guarantees their place in the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

The 2019 Rugby World Cup final will be held on the 2nd of November in the International Stadium Yokohama which holds just over 72,000 fans. The World Cup looks to be a massive event with fans tuning in from all around the world in every continent to watch their countries battle it out on the biggest stage.

Rugby World Cup 2019 Full Schedule All 48 Matches (All times in JST)

Match 1: Japan vs Russia (Pool A) Friday 20 September, 7:45 PM

Match 2: Australia vs Fiji (Pool D) Saturday 21 September, 1:45 PM

Match 3: France vs Argentina (Pool C) Saturday 21 September, 4:15 PM

Match 4: New Zealand vs South Africa (Pool B) Saturday 21 September, 6:45 PM

Match 5: Italy vs Namibia (Pool B) Sunday 22 September, 2:15 PM

Match 6: Ireland vs Scotland (Pool A) Sunday 22 September, 4:45 PM

Match 7: England vs Tonga (Pool C) Sunday 22 September, 7:15 PM

Match 8: Wales vs Georgia (Pool D) Monday 23 September, 7:15 PM

Match 9: Russia vs Samoa (Pool A) Tuesday 24 September, 7:15 PM

Match 10: Fiji vs Uruguay (Pool D) Wednesday 25 September, 2:15 PM

Match 11: Italy vs Canada (Pool B) Thursday 26 September, 4:45 PM

Match 12: England vs USA (Pool C) Thursday 26 September, 7:45 PM

Match 13: Argentina vs Tonga (Pool C) Saturday 28 September, 1:45 PM

Match 14: Japan vs Ireland (Pool A) Saturday 28 September, 4:15 PM

Match 15: South Africa vs Namibia (Pool B) Saturday 28 September, 6:45 PM

Match 16: Georgia vs Uruguay (Pool D) Sunday 29 September, 2:15 PM

Match 17: Australia vs Wales (Pool D) Sunday 29 September, 4:45 PM

Match 18: Scotland vs Samoa (Pool A) Monday 30 September, 7:15 PM

Match 19: France vs USA (Pool C) Wednesday 2 October, 4:45 PM

Match 20: New Zealand vs Canada (Pool B) Wednesday 2 October, 7:15 PM

Match 21: Georgia vs Fiji (Pool D) Thursday 3 October, 2:15 PM

Match 22: Ireland vs Russia (Pool A) Thursday 3 October, 7:15 PM

Match 23: South Africa vs Italy (Pool B) Friday 4 October, 6:45 PM

Match 24: Australia vs Uruguay (Pool D) Saturday 5 October, 2:15 PM

Match 25: England vs Argentina (Pool C) Saturday 5 October, 5 PM

Match 26: Japan vs Samoa (Pool A) Saturday 5 October, 7.30 PM

Match 27: New Zealand vs Namibia (Pool B) Sunday 6 October, 1:45 PM

Match 28: France vs Tonga (Pool C) Sunday 6 October, 4:45 PM

Match 29: South Africa vs Canada (Pool B) Tuesday 8 October, 7:15 PM

Match 30: Argentina vs USA (Pool C) Wednesday 9 October, 1:45 PM

Match 31: Scotland vs Russia (Pool A) Wednesday 9 October, 4:15 PM

Match 32: Wales vs Fiji (Pool D) Wednesday 9 October, 6:45 PM

Match 33: Australia vs Georgia (Pool D) Friday 11 October, 7:15 PM

Match 34: New Zealand vs Italy (Pool B) Saturday 12 October, 1:45 PM

Match 35: England vs France (Pool C) Saturday 12 October, 5:15 PM

Match 36: Ireland vs Samoa (Pool A) Saturday 12 October, 7:45 PM

Match 37: Namibia vs Canada (Pool B) Sunday 13 October, 12:15 PM

Match 38: USA vs Tonga (Pool C) Sunday 13 October, 2:45 PM

Match 39: Wales vs Uruguay (Pool D) Sunday 13 October, 5:15 PM

Match 40: Japan vs Scotland (Pool A) Sunday 13 October, 7:45 PM


Match 41: England vs Australia – Saturday 19 October, 4:15 PM

Match 42: New Zealand vs Ireland – Saturday 19 October, 7:15 PM

Match 43: France vs Wales – Sunday 20 October, 4:15 PM

Match 44: South Africa vs Japan – Sunday 20 October, 7:15 PM


Match 45: England vs New Zealand – Saturday 26 October, 5 PM

Match 46: Wales vs South Africa-  Sunday 27 October, 6 PM

Third-Place Play-Off

Match 47: New Zealand vs Wales Friday 1 November, 6 PM


Match 48: South Africa vs England Saturday 2 November, 6 PM


TV channels broadcasting rights.

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be broadcast in nearly every country in the world as fans will tune in to watch their Nation play in the early hours in the morning. Most countries will broadcast the Rugby World Cup on free to watch television, however, this will be different in each country. In the 2015 Rugby World Cup, there were huge audiences in countries across the world with a reported 120 million people tuning in to the final in October 2015 on live television. 18 countries have already confirmed their broadcasting partners along with Oceania, Sub-Saharan Africa and South America all getting their own broadcasters to provide coverage of all 48 games.

Here is the list of all countries tv channels telecast rugby world cup 2019.

Japan: Nippon TV, NHK, J Sports

Kosovo, Albania: DigitALB

Malaysia: RTM

Australia: Fox Sports

Belgium: Telenet

Brazil: ESPN

Cyprus: CYTA

SlovakiaCzech Republic: Pragosport

Canada: TSN

Poland: Polsat

Portugal: Sport TV


Isreal: Charlton

Argentina: TPA (Televisión Pública)

Fiji: Fiji TV

France, Monaco: TF1

Georgia: Not Confirmed Yet

Germany: ProSiben (RAN) (Maxx)

Cambodia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Singapore: beIN Asia

Ireland: RTA, Eir Sports

Netherlands: Ziggo Sport

New Zealand: TVNZ, Spark

Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden: Viaplay, Linear Channels

Romania: Not Confirmed Yet

Russia: Not Confirmed Yet

South America: ESPN Brasil, ESPN Latin America

Africa: SuperSport

UK: iTV, S4C

USA: NBC Sports


Most broadcasters have websites which let fans stream the matches live wherever they are. Live streams are extremely helpful for fans to be able to watch matches on the go as to not miss a minute of the Rugby World Cup. For example, ITV will be broadcasting the Rugby World Cup in the United Kingdom and will also provide live streams on their free streaming service ITV Hub. However in some countries, it will be difficult to find live streams of lesser matches if there isn’t as much interest in rugby in that particular country. The only country that has announced live streams of the matches is the United Kingdom but keep an eye out for more broadcasters announcing live streams in the coming weeks leading up to the Rugby World Cup 2019.

Here is the list of streaming sources for different countries where fans can watch rugby world cup 2019 online.


STV Player
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Eir Sport



The 48 Rugby World Cup matches will be shared between 12 different stadia around Japan. The final will be held in the International Stadium of Yokohama along with holding both semi finals. The 11 other stadia that will hold matches in the 2019 Rugby World Cup are Tokyo Stadium, Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium, City of Toyota Stadium, Sapporo Dome, Oita Stadium, Kumamoto Stadium, Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kumagaya Rugby Stadium and the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium. The capacity of these stadia range between 16,000 of the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium and 72,000 of thre International Stadium of Yokohama. 16,000 seats may not seem like a lot, however, the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial stadium will only host 1 Rugby World Cup match with Namibia and Canada set to fight it out in the furthest East stadium at the Rugby World Cup.



Top 5 contenders to win the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is just around the corner with Japan getting ready for the biggest sporting event of the year. Here, we’ll look at the top 5 teams that have a chance of lifting the trophy in Japan by the end of the tournament.

1. New Zealand
New Zealand have won both of the past 2 Rugby World Cups with many believing that they’ll go on to secure a historic treble. The All Blacks have been dominant in World Rugby for many years after being the number 1 ranked team in the world for over 10 years. However, in the past 12 months, the Nation have lost to Ireland, South Africa and Australia and lost their number 1 ranking spot to Wales.

2. Wales
The first team in 10 years to become the number 1 ranked team in the world, Wales will be going into the upcoming Rugby World Cup as one of the favorites after winning the Grand Slam in the 2019 Six Nations tournament beating the likes of England, Ireland and Scotland. After losing to England at Twickenham, it’ll be difficult to see how head coach Warren Gatland addresses the problems which led to their first loss in 14 matches in all

3. England
England have been a strong Rugby side for many years under head coach Eddie Jones, the side has won two Six Nations titles under his management in both 2016 and 2017. In the past 12 months, England have beaten the likes of Australia and South Africa along with coming within 1 point of New Zealand in their last meeting.

4. South Africa
2019 Rugby Championship winners South Africa have had an impressive year as they beat Australia and Argentina along with drawing with New Zealand in this year’s tournament. The team looked to be on a decline going into this year, however, they’ve turned things around under head coach Rassie Erasmus. They’ll definitely be a team to look out for in the upcoming tournament as their crucial clash against New Zealand in the group stages is just
on the horizon.

5. Australia
Australia are another side to watch out for in the Rugby World Cup as the Wallabies look to top their group which includes Wales. In the past year, they’ve beaten New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina in a hugely impressive 12 months. Michael Cheika will be hoping he can inspire the side to glory in Japan as he looks to bring the trophy back to Australia for the third time in their history.

Rugby World Cup 2019 Sponsors and Partners

Rugby fans from all over the world are excited to watch this famous and entertaining tournament which is going to be held in Japan. Teams and players are ready to demonstrate their skills and abilities to grab the trophy. Many upsets and high voltage matches are expected in this tournament. This is the important occasion for the sponsors and partners to advertise their products and services between the million of peoples. Every one will be looking at the logo and brand name so it will be benefited for the sponsors to appear at this big event.

Sponsors and Partners also play an important role in the popularity of the events as they develop strong relations between the products and audience. Host Japan will play the opening match against Russia on 20th September, 2019 at Tokyo Stadium.

World Wide Partners for Rugby World Cup 2019:

  • Emirates
  • Heineken
  • Land Rover
  • Master Card
  • DHL
  • Societe Generale

Official Sponsors for Rugby World Cup 2019:

  • Canon
  • TOTO
  • NEC
  • Hito-Communications

Tournament Suppliers for Rugby World Cup 2019:

  • Docomo
  • EY
  • Suntory
  • Aggreko

Rugby World Cup 2019 Pools and Group Points Table

20 teams are going to be participate in the upcoming tournament of Rugby World Cup 2019 which is starting from 20th September, 2019 in Japan. All the teams are divided in the four groups named as Pool A, Pool B, Pool C and Pool D. Every pool is consisting of 5 teams.

Defending champion and three times winner New Zealand and two times winner South Africa are in the same Pool B. One-time winner England is in Pool C and two times winner Australia is in Pool D. From every pool, top 2 teams will qualify for the quarter finals. A Round Robin format will be used for every pool, each team has to play against all other teams in the same pool.

Pool A: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia, Samoa.
Pool B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada.
Pool C: England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga.
Pool D: Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay.

Host Japan, Ireland, France, Wales, Fiji, Scotland and Argentina are the teams which can surprised the favorite teams. The teams finished at 1st three positions in each pool will automatically qualify for the next Rugby World Cup 2023.

Each team will get 4 points for every match win in the pool, 2 points will be given for a draw match and 0 points for the defeat. A bonus point can also be awarded if a team scoring 4 tries in a match or lose the match by less than 8 points.

Pld = Number of games played; W = Number of games won; D = Number of games drawn; L = Number of games lost; TF = Number of tries scored (Tries For); PF = Total number of points scored by the team (Points For); PA = Total number of points scored against the team (Points Against); +/− = The difference, PF − PA; BP = Bonus pool points; Pts = Total number of pool points.




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Where to Watch Rugby World Cup 2019 Live Streaming Online

There are various approaches to stream the 2019 Rugby World Cup on your favorite devices. You may find some free options that will enable you to stream some of the matches, but if you need to stream each match of the competition, you’ll have to subscribe to one of the given services. The Rugby World Cup is probably the greatest occasion has ever seen. It’s the place countries come and go up against one another for winning the trophy.

Rugby World Cup is a couple of days away with world’s best groups and players in Men’s rugby taking part in the competition. There are a large number of rugby fans who are prepared to watch the match live through different streaming sources that are relevant to them. The tournament is to be held from 20th September, 2019 to 02 November, 2019 in Japan.


Most telecasters have sites which given fans a chance to stream the matches live any place they are. Live streams are incredibly useful for fans to have the option to watch matches in a hurry as to not miss a moment of the Rugby World Cup.In New Zealand some rural clients won’t certainly get the coverage of live streaming through the Spark Sports during the Rugby World Cup 2019.

Use can use official websites and mobile applications to get benefited from the live streaming, below is the list which will guide you about which platform is best for you in your country.

The communicate subtleties have been one of the most energizing points of talk since all rugby fans need to pursue the procedures of the occasion live from their area. On the off chance that you are a rugby fan, you won’t have any desire to be deserted as the remainder of the world turns their consideration towards Japan.

The communicate subtleties have been one of the most energizing points of exchange since all rugby fans need to pursue the procedures of the occasion live from their area. On the off chance that you are a rugby fan, you won’t have any desire to be abandoned as the remainder of the world turns their consideration towards Japan.

Here is the full list of live streaming services to watch rugby world cup 2019 online free/paid both for all countries.

CountryStreaming Service
NBC Sports Gold
STV Player
New ZealandTVNZ
ArgentinaTV Publica
AustraliaKayoSports, Foxtel
Cambodia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste, SingaporebeIN SPORTS CONNECT
Latin/South America
ESPN Brasil espn.com.br/watch/
FIJIFIJI fijione.tv/live-tv/
Georgia1TV, 1tv.ge/en/tv-radio/live/
IrelandEir Sport live.eirsport.ie
PortugalSport TV sporttv.pt/live
RussiaMatch TV matchtv.ru/live
African CountriesDsTV Now now.dstv.com/livetv/sport