Rugby World Cup live streaming: Watch every match online, TV channels, pools & fixtures

Rugby World Cup live streaming info

If you want to watch Rugby World Cup online, these are the live streaming instructions.

Competition: Rugby World Cup 2019

Location: Japan

Dates: September 20 – November 2, 2019

Participants: 20 nations

Matches: 48


Rugby World Cup: How to live stream from anywhere in the world

If you’ve landed on this page it’s obviously because you want to watch the Rugby World Cup 2019.

Below are Rugby World Cup live streaming instructions explaining how to live stream from specific countries around the world.

However, if you want to make sure you don’t miss any of the rugby action, you can use a VPN to make sure you always have access.

1. Download & install ExpressVPN

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2. Once you have downloaded and installed ExpressVPN, you need to select a location.

Simply open the VPN app, hit ‘choose location’ and select the appropriate country. Now sit back & watch!

Rugby World Cup: How to live stream in the UK

If you’re in the UK, the Rugby World Cup 2019 will be broadcasted on ITV.

All 48 matches will be available for free on ITV’s channels both on TV and online.

If you’re in Wales, Welsh-language channel S4C will also broadcast nine World Cup matches.

They include all four Wales group matches, one quarter-final, one semi-final, the third-place play-off and the final.

Rugby World Cup: How to watch in America & Canada

If you’re in America or Canada, or you have access to a VPN, you can watch Rugby World Cup 2019 on FuboTV.

FuboTV will broadcast all the major matches from Japan.

FuboTV require no extra cables or boxes, and they offer all new users a free 7-day trial.

Aside from the Rugby World Cup live streaming, FuboTV also shows all the big matches from the Premier League (including the Saturday 3 pm fixtures), Champions League, Europa League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga and much more.

Rugby World Cup: Alternative live streaming sources & how to watch on TV

Every Wallabies match at the Rugby World Cup 2019 will be broadcasted for free in Australia on Channel 10.

Moreover, Channel 10 will also show two quarter-finals, the semi-finals and final.

Alternatively, Australians can sign up to the Kayo Sports streaming service ($25 per month) to watch every match during the Rugby World Cup.

If you’re live streaming the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, TVNZ will broadcast 12 matches for free. That includes every All Blacks match, plus action from the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.

Alternatively, rugby fans in New Zealand can sign up Spark Sports ($89.99 per month) to watch every match during the Rugby World Cup.

Rugby World Cup: Pools

Pool A: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Samoa, Russia

Pool B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada

Pool C: England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga

Pool D: Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay

Rugby World Cup live streaming: Pools

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Rugby World Cup: Fixtures

Now that you have all the Rugby World Cup live streaming instructions, here’s a list of all the games to watch.

Match 1: Japan vs Russia (Pool A), Tokyo Stadium; Friday 20 September, 7:45pm (11:45am BST)

Also see: Japan vs Russia live streaming: Watch Rugby World Cup online, preview, prediction & odds.

Match 2: Australia vs Fiji (Pool D), Sapporo Dome; Saturday 21 September, 1:45pm (5:45am BST)

Match 3: France vs Argentina (Pool C), Tokyo Stadium; Saturday 21 September, 4:15pm (8:15am BST)

Match 4: New Zealand vs South Africa (Pool B), International Stadium Yokohama; Saturday 21 September, 6:45pm (10:45am BST)

Match 5: Italy vs Namibia (Pool B), Hanazono Rugby Stadium; Sunday 22 September, 2:15pm (6:15am BST)

Match 6: Ireland vs Scotland (Pool A), International Stadium Yokohama; Sunday 22 September, 4:45pm (8:45pm BST)

Match 7: England vs Tonga (Pool C), Sapporo Dome; Sunday 22 September, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

A picture shows a rugby ball while France’s national rugby team players take part in a training session on July 22, 2019 at the Louis II stadium in Monaco, as part of the preparation of the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan from September 20 to November 2. (Photo by YANN COATSALIOU / AFP) (Photo credit should read YANN COATSALIOU/AFP/Getty Images)

Match 8: Wales vs Georgia (Pool D), City of Toyota Stadium; Monday 23 September, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

Match 9: Russia vs Samoa (Pool A), Kumagaya Rugby Stadium; Tuesday 24 September, 7:15pm (11:15am)

Match 10: Fiji vs Uruguay (Pool D), Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium; Wednesday 25 September, 2:15pm (6:15am BST)

Match 11: Italy vs Canada (Pool B), Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium; Thursday 26 September, 4:45pm (8:45am BST)

Match 12: England vs USA (Pool C), Kobe Misaki Stadium; Thursday 26 September, 7:45pm (11:45am BST)

Match 13: Argentina vs Tonga (Pool C), Hanazono Rugby Stadium; Saturday 28 September, 1:45pm (5:45am BST)

Match 14: Japan vs Ireland (Pool A), Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa; Saturday 28 September, 4:15pm (8:15am BST)

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – SEPTEMBER 16: The flag of the All Blacks is seen prior to the team lineups during the Rugby Championship match between the New Zealand All Blacks and the South African Springboks at QBE Stadium on September 16, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)

Match 15: South Africa vs Namibia (Pool B), City of Toyota Stadium; Saturday 28 September, 6:45pm (10:45am BST)

Match 16: Georgia vs Uruguay (Pool D), Kumagaya Rugby Stadium; Sunday 29 September, 2:15pm (6:15am BST)

Match 17: Australia vs Wales (Pool D), Tokyo Stadium; Sunday 29 September, 4:45pm (8:45am BST)

Match 18: Scotland vs Samoa (Pool A), Kobe Misaki Stadium; Monday 30 September, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

Match 19: France vs USA (Pool C), Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium; Wednesday 2 October, 4:45pm (8:45am BST)

Match 20: New Zealand vs Canada (Pool B), Oita Stadium; Wednesday 2 October, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

Match 21: Georgia vs Fiji (Pool D), Hanazono Rugby Stadium; Thursday 3 October, 2:15pm (6:15am BST)

Match 22: Ireland vs Russia (Pool A), Kobe Misaki Stadium; Thursday 3 October, 7:15pm (11:15am)

Match 23: South Africa vs Italy (Pool B), Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa; Friday 4 October, 6:45pm (10:45am BST)

Match 24: Australia vs Uruguay (Pool D), Oita Stadium; Saturday 5 October, 2:15pm (6:15am BST)

Dublin , Ireland – 26 November 2016; The Australian Wallabies crest ahead of the Autumn International match between Ireland and Australia at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. (Photo By Brendan Moran/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Match 25: England vs Argentina (Pool C), Tokyo Stadium; Saturday 5 October, 5pm (9am BST)

Match 26: Japan vs Samoa (Pool A), City of Toyota Stadium; Saturday 5 October, 7.30pm (11:30am)

Match 27: New Zealand vs Namibia (Pool B), Tokyo Stadium; Sunday 6 October, 1:45pm (5:45am BST)

Match 28: France vs Tonga (Pool C), Kumamoto Stadium; Sunday 6 October, 4:45pm (8:45am BST)

Match 29: South Africa vs Canada (Pool B), Koba Misaki Stadium; Tuesday 8 October, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

Match 30: Argentina vs USA (Pool C), Kumagaya Rugby Stadium; Wednesday 9 October, 1:45pm (5:45am BST)

Match 31: Scotland vs Russia (Pool A), Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa; Wednesday 9 October, 4:15pm (8:15am BST)

Match 32: Wales vs Fiji (Pool D), Oita Stadium; Wednesday 9 October, 6:45pm (10:45am BST)

Match 33: Australia vs Georgia (Pool D), Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa; Friday 11 October, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

Match 34: New Zealand vs Italy (Pool B), City of Toyota Stadium; Saturday 12 October, 1:45pm (5:45am BST)

Match 35: England vs France (Pool C), International Stadium Yokohama; Saturday 12 October, 5:15pm (9:15am)

LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 10: The England Red Rose flag framed by the pre-match fire ahead of the Guinness Six Nations match between England and France at Twickenham Stadium on February 10, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Charlotte Wilson/Offside/Getty Images)

Match 36: Ireland vs Samoa (Pool A), Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium; Saturday 12 October, 7:45pm (11:45am BST)

Match 37: Namibia vs Canada (Pool B), Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium; Sunday 13 October, 12:15pm (4:15am BST)

Match 38: USA vs Tonga (Pool C), Hanazono Rugby Stadium; Sunday 13 October, 2:45pm (6:45am BST)

Match 39: Wales vs Uruguay (Pool D), Kumamoto Stadium; Sunday 13 October, 5:15pm (9:15am)

Match 40: Japan vs Scotland (Pool A), International Stadium Yokohama; Sunday 13 October, 7:45pm (11:45am BST)

Rugby World Cup: Knockout fixtures

Here are the Rugby World Cup live streaming dates for the business end of the competition.

Quarter-finals

Match 41: Winner Pool C vs Runner-Up Pool D, Oita Stadium; Saturday 19 October, 4:15pm (8:15am BST)

Match 42: Winner Pool B vs Runner-Up Pool A, Tokyo Stadium; Saturday 19 October, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

Match 43: Winner Pool D vs Runner-Up Pool C, Oita Stadium; Sunday 20 October, 4:15pm (8:15am BST)

Match 44: Winner Pool A vs Runner-Up Pool B, Tokyo Stadium; Sunday 20 October, 7:15pm (11:15am BST)

Semi-finals

Match 45: Winner Quarter-Final 1 vs Winner Quarter-Final 2, International Stadium Yokohama, 5pm (9am BST)

Match 46: Winner Quarter-Final 3 vs Winner Quarter-Final 4, International Stadium Yokohama, 6pm (9am GMT)

Third-Place Play-Off

Match 47: Loser Semi-Final 1 vs Loser Semi-Final 2, Tokyo Stadium; Friday 1 November, 6pm (9am GMT)

Final

Match 48: Winner Semi-Final 1 vs Winner Semi-final 2, International Stadium Yokohama; Saturday 2 November, 6pm (9am)

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