Rugby World Cup 2019 Teams, Schedule and Official Online Channels

By | July 16, 2019

Well, for every single Rugby matches lover, the Rugby World Cup 2019 will become a reality on Friday, 20, 2019. Indeed, Japan will be the country hosting the event like the Rugby World Cup logo signifies the same. In terms of the ending, the event will run until November 2, 2019, whereas fans get offline and online viewing options.

Also, when we talk about the teams competing in the Rugby World Cup event, every team is looking quite strong. Even the players are trying their best to train themselves and prepare for the mega world cup event.

Therefore, right in this article, we will let you know each and everything about the Rugby World Cup 2019 event.

Everything You Need to Know about the Rugby World Cup 2019 Event

Covering about every single information from valuable and official sources, we have got the best ones for you.

Hence, starting with the teams, we will cover the teams that will take part in the Rugby world cup championship.

1. New Zealand

Currently having the number one ranking in Rugby events, New Zealand is a world-class team Their players are vastly experienced and they will try their best to beat the opponents with passion.

2. South Africa

Talking about the second-best team in the Rugby events will bring South Africa into the limelight. Well, South Africa has been a team that has always used top tactics to defeat other teams. Every single game, they come with new tactics and defeat the opponents with ease and comfort.

3. Ireland

Yes, neither in cricket or soccer, Ireland has paved their way quite successfully in the Rugby events. As a team, they have won plenty of matches whereas they have defeated some of the top-class teams.

Currently, Ireland ranking is number whereas they are aiming to reach to number one after the Rugby World Cup 2019 event.

4. England

Be it Cricket, Football or even Rugby, England is a nation that is forward In every single game. This time, the England team is looking quite young with a touch of experience. Therefore, in order to win against the top-class teams, England will have to try their relentless best in any case.

Now, as we have talked a bit about the stronger teams, let us take a leap ahead and discover names of some other teams.

  • Australia
  • France
  • Wales
  • Argentina
  • Scotland
  • Japan
  • Fiji
  • Italy
  • Georgia
  • USA
  • Tonga
  • Samoa
  • Russia

Rugby World Cup 2019 OnlineBroadcast Channels

Well, for the mega Rugby World Cup live stream 2019 broadcasting scenario, the rights in Japan is under IGBS. Also, in different countries, different broadcasters will telecast the entire Rugby World Championship event.

Therefore, let us move ahead and uncover the top broadcasters for different countries.

1. ITV: United Kingdom

For the people of the United Kingdom who don’t like spending money on streaming channels, they can opt for the ITV service. It’s one of the best broadcasting channels in the United Kingdom which requires only a faster speed net connection and a compatible device.

2. NBC Universal: USA

Now, if you are one of those individuals who live in the United States of America, choosing NBA Universal can be a better choice, However, with the NBC Universal, you will require to subscribe to their services.

Also, if you live outside the USA, you can opt for a good VPN service and then watch Rugby World Cup matches using the NBC Universal.

3. Fox Sports: Anywhere in the World

Indeed, Fox Sports is one of those rare service providers that offer broadcasting to everyone in the world. With Fox Sports, you can even get the live match updates, highlights and can even browse through different types of

Rugby matches.

Here, you can either use the Fox Sports official Website or the Fox Sports application. Either way, the choice is yours to choose the one and watch every single match of Rugby World Cup 2019 event.

4. Nippon TV: Japan

Yes, as the matches will be played in Japan, Nippon TV can’t be left far too behind in any case. With the help of Nippon TV, you don’t really need any sorts of subscription plan. It’s free to air broadcasting service which simplifies streaming to the most possible extents.

Rugby World Cup 2019 Schedule

Now, as we have got an insight into the Rugby World event teams along with broadcasting channels, let us now move ahead and uncover the Rugby World Schedule for the year 2019.

Pool A Teams

  • Japan
  • Russia
  • Samoa
  • Ireland
  • Scotland

Match 1

Japan vs Russia

Tokyo Stadium

Friday, September 20 11.45am BST (ITV)

Match 2

Ireland vs Scotland

International Stadium Yokohama

Sunday, September 22 8.45am BST (ITV)

Match 3

Russia vs Samoa

Kumagaya Rugby Stadium

Tuesday, September 24 11.15am BST (ITV)

Match 4

Ireland vs Japan

Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa

September 28 8.15am, Saturday BST (ITV)

Match 5

Samoa vs Scotland

Monday, Kobe Misaki Stadium, September 30 11.15am BST (ITV)

Match 6

Russia vs Ireland

Kobe Misaki Stadium

October 3 11.15am BST, Thursday (ITV)

Match 7

Samoa vs Japan

City of Toyota Stadium

October 5 11.30am BST, Saturday (ITV)

Match 8

Russia vs Scotland

Wednesday, Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa,

October 9 8.15am BST (ITV)

Match 9

Samoa vs Ireland

Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium

October 12 11.45am BST, Saturday (ITV)

Match 10

Scotland vs Japan

Sunday, International Stadium Yokohama, October 13… 11.45am BST (ITV)

Rugby World Cup 2019 Schedule: Pool B Teams

  • Nambia
  • South Africa
  • Repechage
  • New Zealand
  • Italy

Match 1

South Africa vs New Zealand

International Stadium Yokohama

September 21 10.45am BST, Saturday (ITV)

Match 2

Nambia vs Italy

Hanazono Rugby Stadium

September 22 6.15am BST, Saturday (ITV)

Match 3

Repechage winner vs Italy

Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium

September 26 8.45am BST, Thursday (ITV)

Match 4

Namibia vs South Africa

City of Toyota Stadium

September 28 10.45am BST, Saturday (ITV)

Match 5

Repechage winner vs New Zealand

Oita Stadium

October 2 11.15 am BST, Wednesday (ITV)

Match 6

Italy vs South Africa

Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa

October 4 10.45am BST, Friday (ITV)

Match 7

Namibia vs New Zealand

Tokyo Stadium

October 6. 5.45am BST, Sunday, (ITV)

Match 8

Repechage winner vs South Africa

Kobe Misaki Stadium

October 8 11.15am BST, Tuesday, (ITV)

Match 9

Italy vs New Zealand

City of Toyota Stadium

October 12 5.45am BST, Saturday, (ITV)

Match 10

Repechage winner vs Namibia

Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium

October 13 4.15am BST, Sunday, (ITV)

Rugby World Cup 2019 Fixture: Pool C Teams

  • Argentina
  • USA
  • Tonga
  • England
  • France

Match 1

Argentina vs France

Tokyo Stadium

Saturday, September 21 8.15am BST (ITV)

Match 2

England vs Tonga

Sapporo Dome

Sunday, September 22 11.15am BST (ITV)

Match 3

England vs USA

Kobe Misaki Stadium

Thursday, September 26 11.45am BST (ITV)

Match 4

Argentina vs Tonga

Hanazono Rugby Stadium

Saturday, September 28 5.45am BST (ITV)

Match 5

France vs USA

Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium

Wednesday, October 2 8.45am BST (ITV)

Match 6

England vs Argentina

Tokyo Stadium

Saturday, October 5 9 am BST (ITV)

Match 7

France vs Tonga

Kumamoto Stadium

Sunday, October 6 8.45am BST (ITV)

Match 8

Argentina vs USA

Kumagaya Rugby Stadium

Wednesday, October 9 5.45am BST (ITV)

Match 9

England vs France

International Stadium Yokohama

Saturday, October 12 9.15am BST (ITV)

Match 10

The USA vs Tonga

Hanazono Rugby Stadium

Sunday, October 13 6.45am BST (ITV)

Rugby World Cup 2019 Schedule: Pool D

  • Australia
  • Wales
  • Georgia
  • Fiji
  • Uruguay

Match 1

Australia vs Fiji

Sapporo Dome

Saturday, September 21 5.45am BST (ITV)

Match 2

Wales vs Georgia

City of Toyota Stadium

Monday, September 23 11.15am BST (ITV)

Match 3

Fiji vs Uruguay Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium

Wednesday, September 25 6.15am BST (ITV)

Match 4

Georgia vs Uruguay

Kumagaya Rugby Stadium

Sunday, September 29 6.15am BST (ITV)

Match 5

Australia vs Wales

Tokyo Stadium

Sunday, September 29 8.45am BST (ITV)

Match 6

Georgia vs Fiji

Hanazono Rugby Stadium

Thursday, October 3 6.15am BST (ITV)

Match 7

Australia vs Uruguay

Oita Stadium

Saturday, October 5 6.15am BST (ITV)

Match 8

Wales vs Fiji

Oita Stadium

Wednesday, October 9

10.45am BST (ITV)

Match 9

Australia vs Georgia

Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa

Friday, October 11 11.15am BST (ITV)

Match 10

Wales vs Uruguay

Kumamoto Stadium

Sunday, October 13 9.15am BST (ITV)

Wrapping Things Up

Summing up the entire article, hope you have got every single information about the Rugby World Cup 2019 event.

Still, we are months away to witness matches whereas people can get plenty of time to choose their favorite streaming or broadcasting channels.

Also, if you are eager to visit the stadium watching matches, you can do the same by buying tickets from official Rugby websites.

Hence, as of now, all we can do is to wait for the event to start and once it does, grab the best opportunities to watch Rugby matches, with ease, comfort and lots of happiness.

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