England Rugby World Cup 2019 Schedule – Date, Time & TV Channel Info [Pool C]

England Rugby World Cup 2019 Match Schedule – Date, Time & TV Channel Info

The ‘Red Rose’ is the emblem of England Rugby National Team. It is governed by Rugby Football Union, and England is the most successful team in the Rugby game. They have won 28 times in Six Nations Championship, 13 times in Grand Slams, 25 Times in Triple Crowns and 25 times in Wooden Spoons.

Additionally, England Rugby National team have appeared from the beginning of the Rugby World Cup (RWC). In 2003 RWC they won the champions trophy and went runners-up in 2 times in 1991 and 2007 Rugby World Cup.

In Rugby World Ranking, England is placed the 4th position. 2019 Rugby World Cup which tournament is holding in Japan, starting on 20th September this year. They will play from the Pool C where other 4 teams (France, Argentina, United States and Tonga) will be scheduled.

England Rugby World Cup 2019 Match Schedule

England will play their very first game against with team Tonga on 22nd September at Sapporo Dome, Sapporo. This match will start at 19:15 (Local time) Here you can look at this table.

DateMatchTimeStadium
22 Sept England vs Tonga 19:15Sapporo Dome, Sapporo
26 Sept England vs USA 19:45Kobe Misaki Stadium,
Kobe City
05 Oct England vs Argentina 17:00Tokyo Stadium,
Tokyo
12 Oct England vs France 17:15International
Stadium Yokohama,
Kanagawa Prefecture,
Yokohama City

RWC 2019 Live Stream from England – TV Channel Coverage

It is good news for England Rugby Crazy fans! From your region – there are lots of TV channels that will broadcast this whole event this year. You can watch all 48 matches on ITV and S4C TV channels.

ITV TV channel will live telecast from the United Kingdom. Besides fans will also enjoy these matches from online broadcasting services such as ITV4, ITV Hub and STV Player. To get their service you have must smartphone, computer, laptop, tablet and smart TV. Using internet, you can access their online video streaming service.

Best of luck to team England. Thanks for reading this article.

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