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How to watch Rugby League World Cup 2022 ‘When does it start, Live streams and schedule’

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Complete Guide on How to Watch Rugby League World Cup Live Stream 2022 via pc and mobile device – Get RLWC 2022 Latest Updates, News, Schedule, Worldwide TV Channels & Broadcaster List.  For the first time in RLWC history, the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments will take place together in 2022.

The 2021 Rugby League World Cup (RLWC) will be the sixteenth staging of the Rugby League World Cup and will be held in England from 15 October 2022 to 19 November 2022.

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Australian viewers will be able to watch all 61 men’s, women’s and wheelchair matches at the end-of-season World Cup in England live on Fox Sports.

The Foxtel Group has secured the coveted Australian broadcast rights to the World Cup, which begins with England hosting Samoa at St James Park on October 15 and concludes with the men’s and women’s finals at Old Trafford on November 19.

BBC to broadcast every Rugby League World Cup game

The BBC will broadcast all 61 games for the men’s, women’s and wheelchair World Cup tournaments.

It is the first time all three editions of the tournament will be broadcast live on free-to-air UK television.

Every England, Scotland and Wales game will be shown on BBC One or BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.

All three World Cup finals take place in Manchester between 18-19 November.

One of the biggest international Rugby League tournaments to date is taking place across England this autumn, and for the first time in Rugby League World Cup history, all 61 games from the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments will be broadcast live on free-to-air UK television as the BBC delivers all of the action from every single game. BBC Sport will ensure audiences across the country witness every try, tackle and memorable moment, kicking off with England against Samoa on BBC One on 15 October, through to the finals on November 19.

Philip Bernie, BBC Sport’s head of TV, says: “It is a unique event with the men’s, women’s and wheelchair tournaments taking place at the same time and the BBC coverage across all platforms will reflect that.

“It is a privilege to be asked to be the home of this great tournament.”

TV and BBC iPlayer

Mark Chapman, Tanya Arnold and JJ Chalmers will lead the presentation across BBC TV and BBC iPlayer.

Rugby League World Cup 2022 Fixtures

How you can watch every World Cup match on the BBC:

RLWC 2022 Quarter finals

Date Fixture Time (AEDT) Venue
Sat Nov 5 Australia Kangaroos vs Lebanon 6:30am John Smith’s Stadium
Sun Nov 6 England vs Papua New Guinea 1:30am Anfield
Sun Nov 6 New Zealand Kiwis vs Fiji Bati 6:30am KCOM Stadium
Mon Nov 7 Tonga vs Samoa 1:30am University of Bolton Stadium

RLWC 2022 Semi-finals

Date Fixture Time (AEDT) Venue
Sat Nov 12 TBC 6:45am Elland Road
Sun Nov 13 TBC 1:30am Emirates Stadium

RLWC 2022 Grand final

Date Fixture Time (AEDT) Venue
Sun Nov 20 TBC 4am Old Trafford

Women’s Rugby League

Tuesday, November 1 – England v Brazil (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Tuesday, November 1 – Papua New Guinea v Canada (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Wednesday, November 2 – New Zealand v France (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Wednesday, November 2 – Australia v Cook Islands (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Saturday, November 5 – England v Canada (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Saturday, November 5 – Papua New Guinea v Brazil (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Sunday, November 6 – New Zealand v Cook Islands (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Sunday, November 6 – Australia v France (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Wednesday, November 9 – Canada v Brazil (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Wednesday, November 9 – England v Papua New Guinea (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Thursday, November 10 – France v Cook Islands (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Thursday, November 10 – Australia v New Zealand (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Monday, November 14 – Semi-Final 1 (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Monday, November 14 – Semi-Final 2 (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Saturday, November 19 – Final (BBC One, BBC iPlayer)

Wheelchair Rugby League

Thursday, November 3 – Spain v Norway (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Thursday, November 3 – England v Australia (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Friday, November 4 – France v Wales (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Friday, November 4 – Scotland v USA (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Sunday, November 6 – England v Spain (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Sunday, November 6 – Australia v Norway (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Monday, November 7 – France v Scotland (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Monday, November 7 – Wales v USA (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Wednesday, November 9 – Australia v Spain (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Wednesday, November 9 – England v Norway (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Thursday, November 10 – France v USA (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Thursday, November 10 – Wales v Scotland (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Sunday, November 13 – Semi-Final 1 (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

Sunday, November 13 – Semi-Final 2 (BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online)

Friday, November 18 – Final (BBC Two, BBC iPlayer)

 

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