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How to watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup final online
Let's get READY TO RUGBY!!!
Twenty teams. More than a month of matches. And it all comes down to this. The final two matches in the 2019 Rugby World Cup, coming to you from Tokyo.
On Saturday, Nov. 2, England takes on South Africa at International Stadium Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama City. (That's southwest of Tokyo.) A day earlier, on Friday, Nov. 1, New Zealand takes on Wales in the third-place match.
Stream the Rugby World Cup Finals on NBCSN and NBCSN Gold
NBC has been home to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in the United States, with some 26 matches.
And it's home for the final two matches as well. But there are a couple catches. First is that you're going to have to get up early. The championship game starts at 5 a.m. Eastern time on Nov. 2. Same goes for the third-place game on Nov. 1. (Sorry, but that's just how time zones work. You're still allowed a pre-breakfast stout, though, which is our rugby-viewing drink of choice.)
The second caveat is that you'll need NBCSN Gold to watch the third-place contest, and NBCSN to watch the championship match.
The championship match is the easier of the two — all of the major streaming services have NBCSN. We've detailed them below. The third-place match is only on NBCSN Gold, which requires a separate subscription. Get all those details here.
Sling TV - Sling Blue
$25 at Sling
Rugby games streaming for less
Sling remains one of the more economical of the major streaming services. For half the price of other services, get NBC and NBCSN on Sling Blue for major Rugby World Cup coverage.
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu with Live TV
$45 after free trial
Ready for Rugby
Hulu doesn't just have a huge back catalog of shows — it also has live TV. NBC and NBCSN make the cut, so you can look forward to Rugby World Cup action.
$55 at Fubo
A sports dark horse
Fubo TV does a lot right, with a wide selection of channels, 4K HDR sports streaming, and special add-ons. It includes NBCSN, and many Rugby World Cup games.
PlayStation Vue - Access Plan
$45 a month
Get a great Vue of the Rugby World Cup
PlayStation Vue has a robust live channel lineup. Their base Access Plan includes NBC and NBCSN, so you have what you need to stream the Rugby World Cup.
AT&T TV Now - Plus Plan
AT&T TV Now
$50 a month
When you want live TV…...Now!
AT&T TV Now (the new name of DirecTV Now) has probably the deepest channel lineup. The Plus Plan has what you need for the Rugby World Cup on NBC and NBCSN, plus HBO too.
$50 a month
Simple and full of action/events.
YouTube TV is one of the easiest streaming services to understand, with a single plan, a ton of channels — including NBC and NBCSN for the Rugby World Cup.
Stream the Rugby World Cup on NBC Sports Gold
If you want even more scrums from the Rugby World Cup, you can pick up a pass at NBC Sports Gold. NBC Sports Gold is a standalone sports streaming service that sells league or season passes to individual sports like Rugby, Premier League soccer, PGA Tour golf and more.
NBC Sports Gold will offer three different passes that can get you access to up to all 48 tournament matches. Rugby World Cup matches on NBC Sports Fold will be available live as well as on-demand. NBC Sports Gold even has 22 exclusive matches not available anywhere else. Subscribers can choose between three different passes
Specialty Sports Pick
NBC Sports Gold
$30 a match and up
Pick a Pass to your favorite sports.
NBC Sports Gold offers access to 48 Rugby World Cup matches live & on-demand. Buy the individual ones you want for $30 each, or access them all starting at $200.
How to watch the Rugby World Cup Final with a VPN if you're outside the U.S.
It happens — you're caught outside the United States, on a tropical island somewhere (or barricaded inside a boring conference room), and your streaming service of choice is blocked outside the United States. Never mind the fact that you're very much still an American, pay your taxes, and just want to watch some grown men beat on each other for a few hours.
The good news is there's a way around that, via a virtual private network. Yep, a VPN. The gist is that a VPN tunnels all of your internet traffic through a specific route. One side effect is that it potentially can make your traffic more secure (assuming you trust the VPN provider, or course). Another side effect is that it allows you to route your traffic through specific countries. So, for instance, if you're in England but want to watch a fight on a service that's only in America, a VPN may be your best bet.
And for that, we recommend checking out:
VPN for Rugby World Cup
From $12.95 a month
Making out-of-country viewing easy
ExpressVPN has all the things you want from a VPN. It's got multiple pricing plans. It's got servers in 94 countries. And it has apps for all the platforms, which makes setup a breeze.
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