The Rugby World Cup, one of the world’s most eagerly awaited and celebrated rugby events, is on the horizon. The 2023 edition will mark the 10th Rugby World Cup, set to take place in France, where the best rugby teams will clash.
For rugby fans, one of the pressing questions is – where can they watch the matches? This article reveals the TV channels and broadcasters that will bring the Rugby World Cup 2023 to your screens across different regions.
The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be widely accessible across the globe with numerous TV channels and broadcasters confirming their coverage of the event.
RWC 2023 Broadcasters & TV Channel List (Confirmed)
Here is the confirmed list of channels that have secured the rights to broadcast the Rugby World Cup 2023. We will expand this list with more countries and channels as they acquire the rights.
|Country||TV Channel / Broadcaster|
|France||TF1 Group, France 2, M6|
|United Kingdom||ITV, S4C|
|Australia||Stan Sport, Nine Network|
|New Zealand||Sky Sport, Sky Open, Stuff|
|United States||NBC Sports|
|Italy||RAI, Sky Sport Italia|
|Ireland||RTÉ, Virgin Media|
|Germany||ProSieben MAXX, ran.de and Joyn|
|Japan||J Sports, Nippon TV, NHK|
|Czech Republic||Czech Television|
|Middle East and North Africa||STARZPLAY|
|Cook Islands||Cook Islands Television|
|Papua New Guinea||Digicel, EM TV|
|Southeast Asia||beIN Sports|
The broadcasting rights for the 2023 Rugby World Cup have been secured by a range of broadcasters, including Peacock, TF1, ITV, RTÉ, S4C, Eir Sport, DMAX, Digicel, beIN Sports, ProSieben, Supersport, TSN, ESPN, STARZPLAY, and Fiji TV.
You can watch Rugby World Cup 2023 live stream online from anywhere. Follow our Guide here. Most Broadcasters have TV and digital streaming rights to deliver RWC excitement for fans.
The Rugby World Cup 2023 is scheduled in France, with the first matches kicking off on September 8, 2023, and ending on October 27, 2023.
So, rugby fans, mark your calendars, choose your channel, and prepare for the Rugby World Cup 2023.