Rugby world cup fever has started. Well, it’s 2019 and its the year of the Rugby Worldcup. There is nothing a real Rugby fan would not do to watch this event. The passions are high and so are the expectations of fans from there respective teams. In total this will be a 6-week event which will end on November 2 at Yokohama.
ITV is the official broadcaster of the Rugby World Cup 2019. They will be providing the live views and live streams of the event world over. In fact, they have the exclusive broadcasting rights for the 2019 and 2023 Rugby World Cup. Well, this is something which no rugby fan should miss anyways. It is expected that over 11 million people would be watching Rugby World Cup matches live online through official channels from different Countries.. So, we can already judge the level of excitement for the Rugby World Cup 2019.
ITV Rugby World Cup Schedule 2019
Since, its ITV that is the official broadcaster of the Rugby World Cup 2019, hence it makes sense to be aware of their broadcasting schedule. We would urge the visitors to bookmark this page for future reference.
Consisting of Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia & Samoa
20th September 2019 Tokyo Stadium Japan Vs Russia 11:45 BST
22 September 2019 Yokohama International Stadium Ireland Vs Scotland 8:45 AM BST
24 September 2019 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium Russia vs Samoa 11.15 AM BST
28 September 2019 Shizuoka Stadium Japan vs Ireland 8.15 AM BST
30 September 2019 Kobe Misaki Stadium Scotland vs Samoa 11.15 AM BST
3 October 2019 Kobe Misaki Stadium Ireland vs Russia 11.15 AM BST.
5 October 2019 City of Toyota Stadium Japan vs Samoa 11.30AM BST
9 October 2019. Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa Scotland vs Russia 8.15AM BST
12 October 2019 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium Ireland vs Samoa 11.45AM BST
13 October 2019 International Stadium Yokohama Japan vs Scotland 11.45AM BST
Consisting of NEW ZEALAND, S AFRICA, ITALY, NAMIBIA, CANADA
21 September 2019 International Stadium Yokohama New Zealand vs South Africa 10.45AM BST
22 September 2019 Hanazono Rugby Stadium Italy vs Namibia 6.15AM BST.
26 September 2019 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium Italy vs Canada 8.45AM BST
28 September 2019 City of Toyota Stadium South Africa vs Namibia 10.45AM BST
2 October 2019 Oita Stadium New Zealand vs Canada 11.15AM BST
4 October 2019 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa South Africa vs Italy 10.45AM BST
6 October 2019 New Zealand vs Namibia Tokyo Stadium 5.45AM BST
8 October 2019 Kobe Misaki Stadium South Africa vs Canada 11.15AM BST
12 October 2019 City of Toyota Stadium New Zealand vs Italy 5.45AM BST
2 October 2019 Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium.Namibia vs Canada. 4.15AM BST.
Consisting of ENGLAND, FRANCE, ARGENTINA, USA, TONGA
21 September 2019 Tokyo Stadium France vs Argentina 8.15AM BST
22 September 2019 Sapporo Dome. x England vs Tonga 11.15AM BST
26 September 2019 Kobe Misaki Stadium England vs USA 11.45AM BST
28 September 2019. Hanazono Rugby Stadium Argentina vs Tonga 5.45AM BST
2 October 2019 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium France vs USA 8.45AM BST
5 October 2019 Tokyo Stadium. England vs Argentina 9AM BST
6 October 2019 umAMoto Stadium France vs Tonga K 8.45AM BST
9 October 2019 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium Argentina vs USA 5.45AM BST
12 October 2019 International Stadium Yokohama England vs France 9.15AM BST
13 October 2019 Hanazono Rugby Stadium USA vs Tonga 6.45AM BST
Consisting of AUSTRALIA, WALES, GEORGIA, FIJI, URUGUAY
21 September 2019 Sapporo Dome Australia vs Fiji 5.45AM BST
23 September 2019 City of Toyota Stadium Wales vs Georgia 11.15AM BST
25 September 2019 Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium Fiji vs Uruguay 6.15AM BST
29 September 2019 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium Georgia vs Uruguay 6.15AM BST
29 September 2019 Tokyo Stadium Australia vs Wales 8.45AM BST
3 October 2019 Hanazono Rugby Stadium Georgia vs Fiji 6.15AM BST
5 October 2019 Oita Stadium Australia vs Uruguay 6.15AM BST (ITV)
9 October 2019 Oita Stadium Wales vs Fiji 10.45AM BST
11 October 2019 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa Australia vs Georgia 11.15AM BST
13 October 2019 Kumamoto Stadium Wales vs Uruguay 9.15AM BST
Please note that apart from these matches, the following information must also be remembered.
Rugby World Cup
Quarter-Finals 19-20 Oct 2019
Semi-Finals 26-27 Oct 2019
Bronze Finals 1st Nov 2019
Finals 2nd Nov 2019
ITV Rugby Worldcup Streaming Guide
Since ITV is the official broadcaster of the Rugby Worldcup 2019, it would be wise to access and watch the live stream through them. As of now, not much is known for other live streAMing apps that would be doing the same. To catch the live stream it is recommended that you download and subscribe to the ITV player. Its the official live stream platform of the ITV. In case you are geo-restricted then using a good VPN service like Nord & Express VPN will help. Stay Tuned to know more information as it comes.