Rugby World Cup 2019 Sortable Live TV Fixtures
With a total of 48 mid-week and weekend games taking place from September 20 to November 2, you’ll want to catch every tackle, scrum, and try when the Rugby World Cup 2019 arrives in Japan this spring. To make life easier we have created a comprehensive, sortable fixture guide for all upcoming live games, for what promises to be one of the most entertaining world cups ever. You can easily select a specific team, date or time of your choosing – simply click on the drop-down menus and customise your search.
Every Rugby World Cup 2019™ Match LIVE or On-Demand
As this year’s tournament is set to take place in Japan, there is only a one hour time difference, meaning live games will be available on afternoons and evenings for primetime viewing. However, there’s only a handful of matches, including all the Australia games, available on free to air TV.
The good news is, with a Kayo Sports subscription you can watch every match LIVE with no ad-breaks during play, or catch up on demand at a time that suits you. This means you get to track the progress of Australia, along with every other team – including tournament favourites such as New Zealand, South Africa, Wales and England.
A Kayo Sports subscription provides everything you need for the best Rugby World Cup 2019 experience, including streaming in high definition, freedom to watch on two devices at once, live scores, stats, updates and more. New Kayo subscribers can take advantage of a free 14 day trial, with no obligation to sign up for longer. This is a great way to discover all the standout Kayo streaming features, including SplitView (multiple games on one screen – available on selected, compatible devices), No Spoilers (hides the scores) and Key Moments (match highlights – available for selected sports and matches) – and a host of others.
Note: Kayo requires internet & compatible device. Data charges may apply. Kayo service available in Australia only
|Friday, Nov 1||8:00 PM||New Zealand v Wales||Kayo / Foxtel / 10Bold|
|Saturday, Nov 2||8:00 PM||England v South Africa||Kayo / Foxtel / Channel 10|
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Watch all 48 World Cup Fixtures LIVE
Kayo Sports’ coverage of the Rugby World Cup 2019 won’t be limited to matches involving only Australia, with coverage of every match LIVE with no ad-breaks during play. All 20 participating teams, from New Zealand and Ireland to Fiji and Tonga, will be available to stream live, or on demand if you wish to catch up later. So, get set for 48 action-packed games in Rugby Union’s premier competition, starting with the opening match on September 20th, until the Final on November 2nd.
The Wallabies will be looking to match New Zealand’s record of three Rugby World Cups after some very promising performances in the lead-up.
The All Blacks come into the tournament as favourites and will be looking to win a record fourth Webb Ellis Trophy in Japan.
Springboks teams have a great record in previous tournaments, and they will be looking to add a third Rugby World Cup to their name.
Eddie Jones’ men will want to turn their potential into success this spring and win their second World Cup in the process.
Reaching a number one world ranking for the first time ever, Wales come into this tournament with real pedigree.
Can Joe Schmidt’s Ireland refind the form that helped them topple the All Blacks twice in the past two years?
Will the Jaguares go one better than their semi-final appearance back in 2011?
The Cherry Blossoms have home support on their side, but can they live up to the expectation?
Les Bleus are capable of turning anyone over. Always one of the most unpredictable teams to watch in world rugby.
Scotland has an attacking style that oozes class and flair, but turning that into success has proven difficult up to now.
Italy will be looking to put a difficult couple of seasons behind them and cause a pool stage upset.
Expect war dances, muscle and power from this small island nation that has produced some of the world’s best rugby players.
Lighting fast, unpredictable and capable of reaching the knock-out stages. Fiji are always great value.
Another Pacific island nation with rugby in its blood, Samoa will be out to cause an upset in their group matches.
The Eagles will want to convert their recent success in Sevens rugby into the 15-man game, and what better place to start?
Canada will be up against it in their Pool games but possess desire and power in abundance.
The Welwitschias have taken some heavy defeats in past tournaments and will be looking to reduce their losing margins.
The Bears are featuring in only their second World Cup and will be on the hunt for a major scalp.
A true underdog that punches above its weight, Georgia are always on the verge of causing an upset.
Los Teros are another side who must perform better at World Cups, after a string of heavy defeats against major sides.