Watching in Stadium or Watching in Live Broadcasts? Whatever?! Here We Go RWC 2019!

This time, the rugby sport is holding its world championship in the Rugby World Cup. As one of the most awaited events every four years, the Rugby World Cup competition retakes a place in 2019. The tournaments will be held in Japan from September 20 to November 2, 2019. You can watch the draw pool which is a decisive moment for all teams and fans. The drawing will take place at the Kyoto State Guest House in Kyoto, Japan. This event will take place at 17:00 (local time), 09:00 (GMT +1). Here are all the channels that will broadcast the RWC 2019 Draw Pool course:


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J Sports TV (Lottery will be broadcast live in Japanese)
SuperSport South Africa
J Sports
TVNZ New Zealand
Eir Sport Ireland

Besides, Fox Sports and FOX Sports Asia will broadcast RWC 2019, so you will be able to watch matches through channels when live broadcasts occur. Fox Sports will have every match of the tournament live on a dedicated Rugby World Cup channel. Their match coverage will also have no ad breaks during play. To watch on Fox Sports’ coverage, you will need a valid Foxtel TV subscription.

Here is the RWC free-to-air TV schedule :

-Sat, Sep 21 (Australia – Fiji) 2:45 PM, Sapporo Dome
-Sun, Sep 29 (Australia – Wales) 5:45 PM, Tokyo Stadium
-Sat, Oct 5 (Australia – Uruguay) 3:15 PM, Oita Stadium
-Fri, Oct 11 (Australia – Georgia) 9:15 PM, Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
-Sat, Oct 26 (Winner QF1 – Winner QF 2) 7:00 PM, Yokohama International Stadium
-Sun, Oct 27 (Winner QF3 – Winner QF4) 8:00 PM, Yokohama International Stadium
-Fri, Nov 1 (Loser SF1 – Loser SF2) 8:00 PM, Tokyo Stadium
-Sat, Nov 2 (Winner SF1 – Winner SF2) 8:00 PM, Yokohama International Stadium

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If you can’t watch live broadcasts, you can still attend all events later by visiting or Instagram World Rugby channels. You can view all the activities that take place during the game, both interviews and news. You can also watch highlights and new features through UK ITV channels, Sky Sports News UK, Sky Italia, NBC USA, CNN, EBU, SNTV, AFP, and Reuters.