Rugby World Cup 2019™
The Rugby World Cup 2019 will be the ninth edition of rugby’s biggest event, and with several teams looking to end New Zealand’s streak of two consecutive World Cup victories it’s shaping up to be an enthralling few weeks of sport.
The tournament kicks off on the evening of Friday, the 20th of September with a clash between host nation Japan and Russia while the Wallabies start their campaign the following day, and you won’t need to miss a minute of the action when watching live on your TV or streaming the Rugby World Cup 2019™ to your mobile device.
Rugby World Cup 2019 Preview
Rugby World Cup Live and On Demand
Channel Ten will be your go-to free to air broadcaster for the Rugby World Cup 2019™, but unfortunately, their coverage of the tournament will be relatively limited. They’ll show all Wallabies fixtures, two quarter-finals, both semi-finals, the third-place match and the final for a total of ten games, but with 48 matches in total set to take place over the six-week tournament you’ll want to head to Kayo Sports for more comprehensive coverage.
The Rugby World Cup 2019 will see twenty teams clash in 48 games across the six weeks of play, including the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, Bronze Final and World Cup Final. The teams will arrive from six continents, Asia, Africa, Europe, South America, North America and Australasia, in what will truly be a global event.
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Stream the Rugby World Cup 2019™ – Kayo Free Trial
Sports-streaming app platform Kayo Sports is offering a 14 day free trial and will have every match LIVE with no ad-breaks during play. Kayo is available on a wide range of streaming devices such as iOS devices, Telstra TV and Android TV.
Kayo also has a number of great features to enhance the viewing experience, including SplitView – which lets you watch up to four different sporting events simultaneously on the same screen, on compatible devices – and No Spoilers, which allows you to watch a game on demand without having the final score ruined for you. Kayo also has a Minis on demand option during Rugby World Cup 2019™, which allows fans to watch condensed 15-30 minute versions of selected games. This feature is perfect for those who won’t have time to watch every match but wish to stay up-to-date with all the standout performances in Japan.
Note: Kayo requires internet & compatible device. Data charges may apply. Kayo service available in Australia only
Rugby World Cup 2019 TV Fixtures
|Friday, Nov 1||8:00 PM||New Zealand v Wales||Kayo / Fox Sports / 10Bold|
|Saturday, Nov 2||8:00 PM||England v South Africa||Kayo / Fox Sports / Channel 10|
Rugby World Cup 2019™ Teams
Rugby World Cup 2019™ Pools
Rugby World Cup Must See TV
Meet Kayo’s Owen the Oracle!
Kayo Sports’ mascot, Owen the Axolotl has been successfully predicting the outcome of all Australia’s warm-up games this winter. He will be providing regular match predictions and game insights throughout this year’s Rugby World Cup 2019 tournament via the Kayo Sports Facebook page – where you’ll even have a chance to chat with him and ask him his thoughts on any game!
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