2019 Rugby World Cup will happen in Japan from September 20 to November 2, 2019. Make sure you mark your calendar so that you won’t miss the event from the beginning to the end.
Fox Sports has secured the broadcast and streaming rights to the 2019 RWC Japan — the biggest sporting event of the year.
All matches of the prestigious tournament will be available live and ad-break free during play on a dedicated channel and, for the first time, live in 4K Ultra HD, exclusive for Foxtel sports subscribers*.
The World Cup runs from September 20 to November 2 and, with Japan as hosts, the matches are scheduled in prime viewing times for Australian audiences.
In another first, Kayo Sports will also stream Fox Sports’ live coverage to its subscribers and all matches will be available to stream on demand.
Fox Sports’ dedicated World Cup channel will include match previews, daily highlights, review programs, archive matches from previous tournaments and analysis from the best commentators in the business.
You can watch Rugby World Cup 2019 through its official site Rugby World Cup.com. This live streaming option is perfect for those who are on the go when the event happens.
Fox Sports and FOX Sports Asia are going to broadcast the how to watch RWC 2019, so it is sensible to tune in the channels when the event happens.
Speaking of the TV channels, here are the complete list of the TVs which hold the broadcast right of the Rugby World Cup 2019.
- France France – TF1
- Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland – eir Sport
- Japan – IGBS ( Nippon TV, NHK, and J SPORTS )
- New Zealand – Spark New Zealand
- United Kingdom – ITV
- United States – NBCUniversal (NBC Sports