Rugby World cup 2019 Live TV Channels Broadcasting Rights

For the First time the Rugby World Cup 2019 is going to be held in Asia, Host Japan will take on Russia in the opening match of the rugby’s biggest tournament on 20th September, 2019. This page contains all the data on the best way to broadcast each and every match of the competition, just as watch them on TV and tune in on radio.

Rugby is one of the most watched and entertaining game in the world, the rights for broadcasting the matches of Rugby World Cup are occupied by the different broadcasting organizations and are being announced officially now. TenPlay and Fox Sports are the channels for Australia and Spark Sports and TVNZ will telecast live matches in New Zealand.

It’s the best time for Rugby fans far and wide to sit back and entertain from the Rugby World Cup 2019 from your home. 20 teams to be participate in the world-wide tournament to win the title for their country. We are providing full information of channels to watch Rugby World Cup live stream from any gadgets and Countries. Rugby fans can check their relevant broadcasting channel if they don’t want to miss any match of their favorite team and players.

Here is a list of Rugby World Cup 2019 broadcasting TV channels which will telecast live coverage of Rugby World Cup 2019 matches.

CountryTV Channels
USANBCSN
UKS4C, ITV
CanadaNot Confirmed Yet
Albania, KosovoSuperSport
RussiaMatch TV
PortugalSport TV
PolandPolsat Sport
New ZealandTVNZ
NetherlandsZiggo Sport
Sub-SaharanSuperSport
MalaysiaRTM HD Sports
IrelandEIR Sport, RTE
France, MonacoTF1 (French)
Oceania and FIJIFIJITV
Czech Republic, SlovakiaPragosport
Austria, Germany, Switzerlandran, ProSieben Maxx
AustraliaFox Sports, Network 10
JapanNippon TV, NHK, J Sports
South/Latin AmericaESPN Latin America and ESPN Brazil
ItalyRAI
Cambodia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Timor-Leste, SingaporebeIN Sports
IsraelCHARLTON

You can also check rugby world cup official site for more broadcasting partner details

Rugby World Cup 2019 Venues

The opening match of the Rugby World Cup 2019 will be played in Tokyo Stadium on 20th September, 2019 while the grand final of the tournament will be played in International Stadium Yokohama on 02 November, 2019. A total of 48 matches of Rugby World Cup will be take place in 12 different venues in the Japan. Japan is the first country of Asia to host the Rugby World Cup. It will be the 9th edition of the Rugby World Cup which is on its way at the different stadiums of Japan.

Rugby fever is holding Japan as definite arrangements for Asia’s first Rugby World Cup are running over the 12 host cities, venues and training camps. Played after every four years, the Rugby World Cup is rugby’s highlight event. It is the enormous stage that rugby players from everywhere throughout the world will come and entertain their fans.

 

These are the venues which are selected for the Rugby World Cup 2019.

1. Tokyo Stadium, Chofu
2. International Stadium, Yokohama
3. Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Fukuroi
4. Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Higashiosaka
5. Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium, Fukuoka
6. Sapporo Dome, Sapporo
7. City of Toyota Stadium, Toyota
8. Oita Stadium, Oita
9. Kumamoto Stadium, Kumamoto
10. Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kobe
11. Kumagaya Rugby Stadium, Kumagaya
12. Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium, Kamaishi

International Stadium Yokohama is selected for the final of the Rugby World Cup because it has the largest capacity of 72327 people. The favorite team New Zealand who has won previous two world cups is looking for their hattrick of titles. The opening ceremony is also scheduled on 20th September, 2019 at Tokyo Stadium. Don’t miss any match by following the given broadcasting rights and live streaming sources.

Rugby World Cup 2019 Fixtures All 48 Matches

The opening match of the Rugby World Cup 2019 will be played between host Japan and Russia on 20th September, 2019 at Tokyo stadium, Japan. A total of 20 teams, divided in four pools A, B, C, D are participating in this World Cup. Among these twenty teams, only New Zealand, Australia, England and South Africa managed to win this entertaining tournament previously. Three times winner and defending champion New Zealand has won the last two consecutive tournaments in 2011 and 2015 and now looking for their hattrick while Australia with two trophies is also in the favorites list and will play their first match against Fiji on 21st September at Sapporo.

Winner of Rugby World Cup 2003, England will play their first match against Tonga on 22nd September at Kobe, Japan. The only team missed from this tournament is Romania because they are disqualified for this world cup. All other teams playing in this tournament have played the world cup at least once. In each pool, two teams will qualify for the quarter finals.

Don’t miss any match and the performance by your favorite teams and players. The fixtures for the Rugby World Cup 2019 have been announced and now you can follow the fixtures and schedule listed below.

Rugby World Cup 2019 schedule (All times in GMT)

NoMatchDateTime (GMT)Results
1Japan vs RussiaFriday 20 September10:45 AMJPN Win
2AUSTRALIA V FIJISATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER4:45 AMAUS Win
3FRANCE V ARGENTINASATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER7:15 AMFRA Win
4NEW ZEALAND V SOUTH AFRICASATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER9:45 AMNZ Win
5ITALY V NAMIBIASUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER5:15 AMItaly Win
6IRELAND V SCOTLANDSUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER7:45 AMIRE Win
7ENGLAND V TONGASUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER10:15 AMENG Win
8WALES V GEORGIAMONDAY 23 SEPTEMBER10:15 AMWAL Win
9RUSSIA V SAMOATUESDAY 24 SEPTEMBER10:15 AMSAM Win
10FIJI V URUGUAYWEDNESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER5:15 AMURU Win
11ITALY V CANADATHURSDAY 26 SEPTEMBER7:45 AMItaly Win
12ENGLAND V USATHURSDAY 26 SEPTEMBER10:45 AMENG Win
13ARGENTINA V TONGASATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER4:45 AMARG Win
14JAPAN V IRELANDSATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER7:15 AMJPN Win
15SOUTH AFRICA V NAMIBIASATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER9:45 AMSA Win
16GEORGIA V URUGUAYSUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER5:15 AMGRO Win
17AUSTRALIA V WALESSUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER7:45 AMWAL Win
18SCOTLAND V SAMOAMONDAY 30 SEPTEMBER10:15 AMSCO Win
19FRANCE V USAWEDNESDAY 02 OCTOBER7:45 AMFRA Win
20NEW ZEALAND V CANADAWEDNESDAY 02 OCTOBER10:15 AMNZ Win
21GEORGIA V FIJITHURSDAY 03 OCTOBER5:15 AMFiJi Win
22IRELAND V RUSSIATHURSDAY 03 OCTOBER10:15 AMIRE Win
23SOUTH AFRICA V ITALYFRIDAY 04 OCTOBER9:45 AMSA Win
24AUSTRALIA V URUGUAYSATURDAY 05 OCTOBER5:15 AMAUS Win
25ENGLAND V ARGENTINASATURDAY 05 OCTOBER8:00 AMENG Win
26JAPAN V SAMOASATURDAY 05 OCTOBER10:30 AMJPN Win
27NEW ZEALAND V NAMIBIASUNDAY 06 OCTOBER4:45 AMNZ Win
28FRANCE V TONGASUNDAY 06 OCTOBER7:45 AMFRA Win
29SOUTH AFRICA V CANADATUESDAY 08 OCTOBER10:15 AMSA Win
30ARGENTINA V USAWEDNESDAY 09 OCTOBER4:45 AMARG Win
31SCOTLAND V RUSSIAWEDNESDAY 09 OCTOBER7:15 AMSCO Win
32WALES V FIJIWEDNESDAY 09 OCTOBER9:45 AMWAL Win
33AUSTRALIA V GEORGIAFRIDAY 11 OCTOBER10:15 AMAUS Win
34NEW ZEALAND V ITALYSATURDAY 12 OCTOBER4:45 AMDraw
35ENGLAND V FRANCESATURDAY 12 OCTOBER8:15 AMDraw
36IRELAND V SAMOASATURDAY 12 OCTOBER10:45 AMIRE Win
37NAMIBIA V CANADASUNDAY 13 OCTOBER3:00 AMDraw
38USA V TONGASUNDAY 13 OCTOBER5:45 AMTonga Win
39WALES V URUGUAYSUNDAY 13 OCTOBER8:15 AMWAL Win
40JAPAN V SCOTLANDSUNDAY 13 OCTOBER10:45 AMJPN Win
41ENG vs AUSSATURDAY 19 OCTOBER7:15 AMENG Win
42NZ vs IRESATURDAY 19 OCTOBER10:15 AMNZ Win
43WAL vs FRASUNDAY 20 OCTOBER7:15 AMWAL Win
44JPN vs SASUNDAY 20 OCTOBER10:15 AMSA Win
45ENG vs NZSATURDAY 26 OCTOBER8:00 AMENG Win
46WAL vs SASUNDAY 27 OCTOBER9:00 AMSA Win
47WAL vs NZFRIDAY 01 NOVEMBER9:00 AMNZ Win
48ENG vs SASATURDAY 02 NOVEMBER9:00 AMSA Win

You can also download the full fixtures PDF by teams, by venue, by pool