The content on this channel can be accessed through Kayo Sports or Foxtel, two services we will compare in more detail below. You can watch some games on free-to-air TV through Channel 10 or live stream it through 10Play. However, this is only a selection of matches.
The tournament kicks off on September 20th with Japan hosting Russia in the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup.
Since only 2 Nations will qualify for the knockout stages, Ireland and Scotland will be favourites, but Japan will believe they have a great chance of progressing due to their home advantage.
Italy will want to impress but could struggle against the big southern-hemisphere sides.
France are massively inconsistent but can turn up the heat when required whereas Argentina have been brilliant recently. This pool will be an exciting one to watch.
Wales and Australia will battle it out for the top spot in the group but Georgia and Fiji will turn up with a strong squad and will aim to throw a spanner in the works. After the pool stage is complete, the knockout stages will be hugely exciting with an exciting match guaranteed in each of the matches.
Although some of the smaller nations may look unlikely to proceed to the knockout stages, they all have something to play for due to the fact that the third placed side in each Pool guarantees their place in the Rugby World Cup.
The Rugby World Cup final will be held on the 2nd of November in the International Stadium Yokohama which holds just over 72, fans.
The World Cup looks to be a massive event with fans tuning in from all around the world in every continent to watch their countries battle it out on the biggest stage.
TV channels broadcasting rights. The Rugby World Cup will be broadcast in nearly every country in the world as fans will tune in to watch their Nation play in the early hours in the morning.
Most countries will broadcast the Rugby World Cup on free to watch television, however, this will be different in each country. In the Rugby World Cup, there were huge audiences in countries across the world with a reported million people tuning in to the final in October on live television.
Here is the list of all countries tv channels telecast rugby world cup