The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be kick off on 20th September with Japan taking on Russia at Tokyo Stadium. The Final will be held on 2nd November the Nissan Stadium. This probably going to be the biggest rugby sports event and Japan will be the host this whole tournament (for the first time in Asia).

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is getting closer and closer. You may be planning on watching the whole tournament, you may have booked some time off work to sit down and enjoy the whole thing, but have you considered how you’re going to watch it?

Do you live somewhere where it will be aired for free or will you need to rely on the Internet to watch each or some of the matches? No matter, below we have assorted a list of 7 different ways you can watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup online with ease and not miss a single minute of the action.

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Here are the 7 best ways to watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup Live Online: 

Fox Sports

Fox is one of the biggest networks in the world and have secured the rights to air the 2019 Rugby World Cup internationally. This is good news for any country that has Fox Sports. Fox also have a large online network where people from all over the world can appreciate their content. Fox will be streaming every single match throughout the tournament and their pundits will be offering analysis pre and post-game. If you are looking for a legitimate way to watch every game for a reasonable rate, then Fox Sports may be the perfect option.   

Spark Sport 

Spark Sport is a network that compiles lots of different sporting events into different bundles to be purchased and watched at the leisure of those who need them. The service doesn’t tie you in to a monthly subscription and offers one single pass for an entire sporting event. Spark Sport is an online service offering streaming and replays.

Right now they have a special offer on a 2019 Rugby World Cup pass, which offers streaming of every match in the tournament with unlimited replays on any mobile or computer device. Once purchased it can be used on multiple devices meaning you can take it to a friend’s house or away with you too so you never miss a game. Spark Sport may not have a TV app but you can plug your PC or Mac into your TV to take advantage. 

ITV Hub 

ITV Hub The British company ITV has secured the broadcasting rights for those living in the UK to enjoy the 2019 World Cup. As one of the UK’s largest networks they have influence in other regions too. ITV is a free channel for those in the UK to watch via the televisions, but they also have an extensive network known as the ITV Hub.

The best part about this is the ITV Hub is available internationally and via other services they are in partnership with. Where it may not be free to those outside the UK, some of it’s content is. One thing that is for sure is ITV will be uploading the World Cup matches to their network so it’s worth checking out.   

Rugby Pass 

Rugby Pass is a rugby streaming fan site when users pay a set fee every month and get to watch lots of rugby from all over the world. Of course they will be prioritizing the Rugby World Cup, as it’s one of the biggest rugby tournaments in the world. If not the biggest. If you would like to keep watching rugby after the World Cup has ended then this may be a recommended option.

Sometimes they offer a free trial meaning you can watch the rugby you want then end the trial before you pay anything. But even if you do, paying for a single month of Rugby Pass may be much cheaper than some other options. This idea is well worth a look and many rugby fans love Rugby Plus and happily pay their monthly fee to enjoy all the hours of rugby goodness the network provides.   

YouTube

YouTube  Let’s be honest, there’s not much we can’t watch on YouTube in 2019. Whether it’s from YouTube TV or from someone streaming their own media, sport is becoming an increasingly easier thing to follow on YouTube. Many sports companies will be uploading the rugby matches from the 2019 World Cup on their channels once they have aired, while others will be streaming them directly.

This all depends on the country that you’re in, the individual match and the network. But it’s always worth looking if you’re struggling to find a stream, although we expect every match in the 2019 Rugby World Cup will be streaming on YouTube. Even if it’s to convince fans to sign up to various channels.   

Official Website

Naturally the official website of the 2019 Rugby World Cup will supply a live stream to the matches. This may be the easiest and most obvious method to watching it online. Although don’t expect it to be free. What is great though is as this is the official page they will be offering absolutely everything including analysis and replays on the channel. One downside is this if for people watching on a computer only, meaning you’ll need to find a way to plug your computer into a smart TV if you want to watch it on a big 50 inch screen.   

Reddit Streams 

If you’re still struggling to find a stream to watch the Rugby World Cup then Google Reddit streaming of it. Reddit is home to a large rugby community who will be sharing their own streams of 2019s World Cup for others to view.

These Redditors may have already bought every match and are happy to share their stream with other fans for free. All you need to do is click on the links they provide and away you go. If you don’t want to watch the rugby over a computer then consider plugging your computer into a smart TV. Here you can watch the whole thing on the big screen. Now unlike the options above this option may not be completely legit, after all you’re watching it for free.

But if you’re stuck or on a budget, and we’ve all been there, as a true rugby fan you should be able to enjoy the sport as much as anyone else. After all rugby is for everyone.