The easiest place to watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup from the USA is by signing up with NBC Sports who will show the game live will be providing coverage of the 48-game tournament.

If you are unable to get access to that particular sports station then there are some alternatives available for you to try (first and only rugby-related pun, I promise).

There are really only three options available with all involving changing your internet address to make it look as though you are based in the UK. It is by having access to a UK address that will be able to tune into ITV to watch the World Cup in the USA. The British commercial broadcaster ITV will show all games live.

Option 1

Get yourself a VPN (Virtual Private Network). They are a popular option for rerouting your ip address and there are many providers with varying degrees of quality and customer care. The main drawback to installing VPN software is you will need a certain level of computer knowledge should problems arise.

Option 2

Source a reliable proxy server. A proxy server will allow you to stream the World Cup live from America by connecting to a UK server. Once again, more than a little technical knowledge is required to install and maintain but it can be the right option for some people.

Option 3

Use a Google Chrome Extension. One click installation of the extension and you will be watching the Rugby World Cup from the USA in seconds. At Beebs we have developed a simple extension that works similar to a VPN but without the hassle of multiple settings and complications.

Follow these simple steps to watch the Rugby World Cup from the United States.

    1. Download Chrome Browser, if you're not already using it.

    2. Install Beebs, this nifty tool redirects all your BBC requests.

    3. The ITV Player will reload and begin to work, and you can watch the Rugby World Cup.