Rugby World Cup 2019 TV Guide: Instructions on watching every match on ITV Player Abroad
Where will the games be played?
The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be hosted entirely in Japan, in 12 different stadiums across the district. They are expected to recieve 400,000 fans to descend on their lovely country.
When does it all begin?
The first game kicks off on Friday 20th September, with the first game being Japan vs Russia.
Which channel will the game be on?
Played online on ITV Player Abroad or on a digital TV boxset.
How to get access to ITV's Rugby World Cup Stream
The solution is to reroute your connection through British proxy servers, this is excatly what Beebs does, bypassing the rights issues.
- You need to be using Google Chrome, download & install this internet browser.
- Install Beebs.
- Beebs will automatically refresh your browser & reroute your connection to the UK.
Beebs acts as UK proxy that is automatically implemented when accessing British sites, when you make a request to ITV, Beebs will reroute it through our servers in London, no matter where you are in the world.
Want to watch British TV from anywhere?
Simply install the Beebs extension
What are the fixtures?
Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia, Samoa
- Japan vs Russia
Friday, September 20 - 11.45am
- Ireland vs Scotland
Sunday, September 22 - 8.45am
- Russia vs Samoa
Tuesday, September 24 - 11.15am
- Japan vs Ireland
Saturday, September 28 - 8.15am BST
- Scotland vs Samoa
Monday, September 30 - 11.15am BST
- Ireland vs Russia
Thursday, October 3 - 11.15am BST
- Japan vs Samoa
Saturday, October 5 - 11.30am BST
- Scotland vs Russia
Wednesday, October 9 - 8.15am BST
- Ireland vs Samoa
Saturday, October 12 - 11.45am BST
- Japan vs Scotland
Sunday, October 13 - 11.45am BST
New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namiba, Canada
- New Zealand vs South Africa
Saturday, September 21 - 10.45am BST
- Italy vs Namibia
Sunday, September 22 - 6.15am BST
- Italy vs Canada
Thursday, September 26 - 8.45am BST
- South Africa vs Namibia
Saturday, September 28 - 10.45am BST
- New Zealand vs Canada
Wednesday, October 2 - 11.15am BST
- South Africa vs Italy
Friday, October 4 - 10.45am BST
- New Zealand vs Namibia
Sunday, October 6 - 5.45am BST
- South Africa vs Canada
Tuesday, October 8 - 11.15am BST
- New Zealand vs Italy
Saturday, October 12 - 5.45am BST
- Namibia vs Canada
Sunday, October 13 - 4.15am BST
England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga
- France vs Argentina
Saturday, September 21 - 8.15am BST
- England vs Tongabr
Sunday, September 22 - 11.15am BST
- England vs USA
Thursday, September 26 - 11.45am BST
- Argentina vs Tonga
Saturday, September 28 - 5.45am BST
- France vs USA
Sunday, October 6 - 8.45am BST
- England vs Argentina
Saturday, October 5 - 9am BST
- France vs Tonga
Sunday, October 6 - 8.45am BST
- Argentina vs USA
Wednesday, October 9 - 5.45am BST
- England vs France
Saturday, October 12 - 9.15am BST
- USA vs Tonga
Sunday, October 13 - 6.45am BST
Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay
- Australia vs Fiji
Saturday, September 21 - 5.45am BST
- Wales vs Georgia
Monday, September 23 - 11.15am BST
- Fiji vs Uruguay
Wednesday, September 25 - 6.15am BST
- Georgia vs Uruguay
Sunday, September 29 - 6.15am BST
- Australia vs Wales
Sunday, September 29 - 8.45am BST
- Georgia vs Fiji
Thursday, October 3- 6.15am BST
- Australia vs Uruguay
Saturday, October 5 - 6.15am BST
- Wales vs Fiji
Wednesday, October 9 - 10.45am BST
- Australia vs Georgia
Friday, October 11 - 11.15am BST
- Wales vs Uruguay
Sunday, October 13 - 9.15am BST