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Rugby World Cup 2019 Opening Ceremony Time, Date, Venue and Live Coverage

Talking about the world’s biggest sports event will bring the Rugby World Cup 2019 into the limelight. From all over the world, fans will come to Japan for witnessing the mega Rugby event right through their eyes. Also, for users who will like to watch the RWC 2019 online, plenty of options are all set and ready for them.

Still, talking about the 2019 Rugby Cup opening ceremony, it will be on September 20, 2019. Also, the Rugby World Cup event will run for seven weeks whereas the dates are all set from September 20, 2019, to November 2, 2019.

As Rugby World Cup event is the third largest one, you can expect massive crowd appearances at the stadium. Also, as the event will be hosted in Japan, you can expect the Japanese crowd in the majority.

As of now, let’s move ahead and discover the timing, Venue, date along with Live coverage for the RWC 2019.

A Dig into the Rugby World Cup 2019

Firstly, the Rugby World Cup 2019 will start from September 20th and will run until the 2nd of November 2019. This will be the first time where an Asian country will host the Rugby World Cup 2019 event.

Now, in terms of location for the RWC 2019, different places came into the picture. Even more, there were strong rumors about the locations but as of now, everything is cleared.

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will take place across the 12 venues of Japan. The venues will range from the Sapporo in the north right to Higashi-ku in the southern region.

As far as we are thinking about the Opening Ceremony, it will take place at the all-time famous Tokyo Stadium on September 20.

A Take on the Venues for Rugby World Cup

Given below are the list of different venues that will be hosting RWC 2019 matches:

  • Sapporo Dome, Sapporo City
  • Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium, Iwate Prefecture/Kamaishi City
  • Kumagaya Rugby Ground, Saitama Prefecture/Kumagaya City
  • Kobe City Misaki Park Stadium, Kobe City
  • Hakatanomori Football Stadium, Fukuoka City
  • Kumamoto Prefectural Athletic Stadium, Kumamoto Prefecture/Kumamoto City
  • Oita Stadium, Oita Prefecture
  • New National Stadium Japan, Tokyo
  • International Stadium Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture/Yokohama City
  • Ogasayama Sports Park Ecopa Stadium, Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Toyota Stadium, Aichi Prefecture/Toyota City
  • Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka Prefecture/Higashi Osaka City

RWC 2019 Live Coverage

The upcoming world cup’s live coverage is a bit different from the earlier ones. For the first time, the Rugby World Cup 2019 will be held in Asia for which the fans are pretty much excited.

In a scenario of the RWC 2019 world cup, the broadcasting details have been the most exciting part. For every fan who likes to catch the event either on cable or using the Internet, knowing broadcasters have always been fun.

Therefore, for live streaming, NBC Universal will be a brilliant option. Also, you can even subscribe to Fox Sports or even J Sports if you live in the regions of Japan.

Still, given below are the list of broadcasters for which, you can watch the RWC 2019 World Cup in your preferred region.

  • France France – TF1
  • Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland – eir Sport
  • Japan – IGBS ( Nippon TV, NHK, and J SPORTS )
  • New Zealand – Spark New Zealand
  • United Kingdom – ITV
  • United States – NBCUniversal (NBC Sports

You can choose channels depending on your region and watch the entire Rugby World Cup with ease and comfort.

Wrapping Things Up

Coming down at the concluding phase, We hope you have gone through the above in-depth information.

Indeed, the Rugby World Cup 2019 is just a few months away whereas the fans have started to book their stadium tickets.

Also, for online fans, they are discovering the best ways of watching Rugby matches both free along with paid ones. Therefore, being a fan of Rugby event, all depends on your free will and choice.

Either being inside the stadium or at home, you have got plenty of options to witness the Rugby World Cup 2019 with passion and grace.

 

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