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Watch England vs. South Africa live with a VPN | Rugby World Cup final

Updated: November 4, 2019
Watch England vs. South Africa live with a VPN | Rugby World Cup final

Watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup live on ITV

ITV is the official tournament broadcaster for the UK. You can watch all 48 games for free on TVPlayer.

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the UK.
  3. Head to TVPlayer and sign up.
  4. Enjoy the matches!

Learn more about watching ITV with ExpressVPN.

Stream the Rugby World Cup on NBC

NBC has the U.S. broadcasting rights. If you don’t have an NBC subscription, you can watch the games with a variety of free trials.

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Use the free trials on fuboTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, or DirecTV.
  4. Enjoy the matches!

Learn more about watching Sling TV, YouTube TV, and PlayStation Vue with ExpressVPN.

Other ways to watch Rugby World Cup streams

No other free broadcasts have been announced. Be on the lookout on sites like Reddit for other streaming options.

Is there a BBC Rugby World Cup stream?

The BBC does not have broadcasting rights to this year’s Rugby World Cup. That said, head to the BBC rugby page for the latest news and expert analysis.

2019 Rugby World Cup results and schedule

All times in Japan Standard Time:

Date Pool Match Kick-off Venue
Fri, Sept. 20 Opening ceremony 18:30 Tokyo Stadium
Fri, Sept. 20 A Japan 30-10 Russia 19:45 Tokyo Stadium
Sat, Sept. 21 D Australia 39-21 Fiji 13:45 Sapporo Dome
Sat, Sept. 21 C France 23-21 Argentina 16:15 Tokyo Stadium
Sat, Sept. 21 B New Zealand 23-13 South Africa 18:45 International Stadium Yokohama
Sun, Sept. 22 B Italy 47-22 Namibia 14:15 Hanazono Rugby Stadium
Sun, Sept. 22 A Ireland 27-3 Scotland 16:15 International Stadium Yokohama
Sun, Sept. 22 C England 35-3 Toga 19:15 Sapporo Dome
Mon, Sept. 23 D Wales 43-13 Georgia 19:15 City of Toyota Stadium
Tues, Sept. 24 A Russia 9-34 Samoa 19:15 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium
Wed, Sept. 25 D Fiji 27-30 Uruguay 14:15 Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium
Thurs, Sept. 26 B Italy 48-7 Canada 16:45 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
Thurs, Sept. 26 C England 45-7 United States 19:45 Kobe Misaki Stadium
Sat, Sept. 28 C Argentina 28-12 Tonga 13:45 Hanazono Rugby Stadium
Sat, Sept. 28 A Japan 19-12 Ireland 16:15 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
Sat, Sept. 28 B South Africa 57-3 Namibia 18:45 City of Toyota Stadium
Sun, Sept. 29 D Georgia 33-7 Uruguay 14:15 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium
Sun, Sept. 29 D Australia 25-29 Wales 16:45 Tokyo Stadium
Mon, Sept. 30 A Scotland 34-0 Samoa 19:15 Kobe Misaki Stadium
Wed, Oct. 2 C France 33-9 United States 16:45 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
Wed, Oct. 2 B New Zealand 63-0 Canada 19:15 Oita Stadium
Thurs, Oct. 3 D Georgia 10-45 Fiji 14:15 Hanazono Rugby Stadium
Thurs, Oct. 3 A Ireland 35-0 Russia 19:15 Kobe Misaki Stadium
Fri, Oct. 4 B South Africa 49-3 Italy 18:45 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
Sat, Oct. 5 D Australia 45-10 Uruguay 14:15 Oita Stadium
Sat, Oct. 5 C England 39-10 Argentina 17:00 Tokyo Stadium
Sat, Oct. 5 A Japan 38-19 Samoa 19:30 City of Toyota Stadium
Sun, Oct. 6 B New Zealand 71-9 Namibia 13:45 Tokyo Stadium
Sun, Oct. 6 C France 23-21 Tonga 16:45 Kumamoto Stadium
Tues, Oct. 8 B South Africa 66-7 Canada 19:15 Kobe Misaki Stadium
Wed, Oct. 9 C Argentina 47-17 United States 13:45 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium
Wed, Oct. 9 A Scotland 61-0 Russia 16:15 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
Wed, Oct. 9 D Wales 29-17 Fiji 18:45 Oita Stadium
Fri, Oct. 11 D Australia 27-8 Georgia 19:15 Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa
Sat, Oct. 12 B New Zealand 0-0 Italy 13:45 City of Toyota Stadium
Sat, Oct.. 12 C England 0-0 France 17:15 International Stadium Yokohama
Sat, Oct. 12 A Ireland 47-5 Samoa 19:45 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
Sun, Oct. 13 B Namibia 0-0 Canada 12:15 Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium
Sun, Oct. 13 C United States 19-31 Tonga 14:45 Hanazono Rugby Stadium
Sun, Oct. 13 D Wales 35-13 Uruguay 17:15 Kumamoto Stadium
Sun, Oct. 13 A Japan 28-21 Scotland 19:45 International Stadium Yokohama
Sat, Oct. 19 England 40-16 Australia 16:15 Oita Stadium
Sat, Oct. 19 New Zealand 46-14 Ireland 19:15 Tokyo Stadium
Sun, Oct. 20 Wales 20-19 France 16:15 Oita Stadium
Sun, Oct. 20 Japan 3-26 South Africa 19:15 Tokyo Stadium
Sat, Oct. 26 England 19-7 New Zealand 17:00 International Stadium Yokohama
Sun, Oct. 27 Wales 16-19 South Africa 18:00 International Stadium Yokohama
Fri, Nov. 1 New Zealand 40-17 Wales 18:00 Tokyo Stadium
Sat, Nov. 2 England 12-32 South Africa 18:00 International Stadium Yokohama

Infographic: Best ways to stream the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Infographic: Best ways to stream the 2019 Rugby World Cup

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List of Rugby World Cup winners

1987: New Zealand

1991: Australia

1995: South Africa

1999: Australia

2003: England

2007: South Africa

2011: New Zealand

2015: New Zealand

Rugby World Cup 2019 winner predictions

If current history is anything to go by, you’d be foolish to bet against New Zealand this year. The All Blacks have a 77% winning record in test match rugby and have held the top spot in the World Rugby Rankings longer than all other teams combined. Plus, there’s the small matter of them being two-time defending champions in the biggest tournament in international rugby.

Well, someone clearly didn’t tell Eddie Jones and the rest of the England team. England played with heart and targeted New Zealand’s fringes with power, recording one of the biggest upsets in the history of the sport. England will now head to the final against South Africa as worthy favorites to win the tournament. Can they put together another perfect game?

Leave your predictions for the Rugby World Cup below, and don’t forget to tune in with your VPN!

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