TVNZ & Spark bring Live coverage of Women’s Rugby WC 2022 in New Zealand

All the New Zealander rugby fans will be able to Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup 2022 Matches live or via On demand via spark streaming on their broadband or Mobile connection for iphone,ipad. Service of Spark New Zealand will be accessible to all New Zealand customers having Broadband and Mobile. Women’s RWC will be offered on spark new zealand streaming via pay to watch basis which includes Tournament pass as well as passes for individual games while free to air channel TVNZ will be shown Rugby Women’s Championship live stream for new zealand fans.

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New Zealanders fans will be able to Watch streaming of 2022 Women’s Rugby World Cup matches and related content live or on-demand over their home broadband or mobile connection, using a wide range of devices which includs TVs, mobiles, tabletsd, iphone and laptops. The online streaming service will offer both free and paid content and will be available to all New Zealanders and its not just for Spark customers.

Spark bag the rights with TVNZ who shown the all Matches of Women’s Rugby World Cup 2022. Recently they shown the Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 as well as world rugby u-20 championship 2018. Viewers also watch Women’s rugby world cup 2022 on this channel too.

Saturday 8 October – First Pool Matches

South Africa v France (2.15pm, Eden Park, Auckland, Pool C)

Fiji v England (4.45pm, Eden Park, Auckland, Pool C)

Australia v New Zealand (7.15pm, Eden Park, Auckland, Pool A)

Sunday 9 October – First Pool Matches

USA v Italy (12.45pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool B)

Japan v Canada (3.15pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool B)

Wales v Scotland (5.45pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

Saturday 15 October – Second Pool Matches

Scotland v Australia (3pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

USA v Japan (5.30pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool B)

France v England (8pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool C)

Sunday 16 October – Second Pool Matches

Italy v Canada (12.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool B)

Wales v New Zealand (3.15pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool A)

Fiji v South Africa (5.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool C)

Saturday 22 October – Third Pool Matches

Australia v Wales (2.15pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

New Zealand v Scotland (4.45pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

France v Fiji (7.15pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool C)

Sunday 23 October – Third Pool Matches

Japan v Italy (12.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool B)

Canada v USA (3.15pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool B)

England v South Africa (5.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool C)

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Fixtures & Schedule – All Matches

Saturday 8 October – First Pool Matches

South Africa v France (2.15pm, Eden Park, Auckland, Pool C)

Fiji v England (4.45pm, Eden Park, Auckland, Pool C)

Australia v New Zealand (7.15pm, Eden Park, Auckland, Pool A)

Sunday 9 October – First Pool Matches

USA v Italy (12.45pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool B)

Japan v Canada (3.15pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool B)

Wales v Scotland (5.45pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

Saturday 15 October – Second Pool Matches

Scotland v Australia (3pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

USA v Japan (5.30pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool B)

France v England (8pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool C)

Sunday 16 October – Second Pool Matches

Italy v Canada (12.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool B)

Wales v New Zealand (3.15pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool A)

Fiji v South Africa (5.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool C)

Saturday 22 October – Third Pool Matches

Australia v Wales (2.15pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

New Zealand v Scotland (4.45pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool A)

France v Fiji (7.15pm, Northland Events Centre, Whangarei, Pool C)

Sunday 23 October – Third Pool Matches

Japan v Italy (12.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool B)

Canada v USA (3.15pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool B)

England v South Africa (5.45pm, Waitakere Stadium, Auckland, Pool C)

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Spark Managing Director Simon Moutter said, “At Spark, we want to help shape the future of sports watching by New Zealanders, so we are immensely proud to be bringing these iconic tournaments via modern streaming capabilities that offer a richer, more engaging viewing experience. We intend to use the power of technology to give Kiwis more control and better choices about what they watch, when they watch and how they watch.”

Also added “While we won’t be releasing pricing details until next year, I can say there will be a menu of well-priced options, ranging from individual match passes through to a full tournament package.  We believe this makes Rugby Women’s World Cup viewing more accessible to many more New Zealanders than has been the case for recent tournaments.”

World Rugby Chief Executive Brett Gosper said: “We are excited to be announcing details of this innovative deal with Spark for World Women’s Rugby tournament rights in New Zealand.

“New Zealand is well-known for its passionate love for rugby and so it’s fitting for such a ground-breaking new approach to delivering some of rugby’s premier tournaments to begin here. We believe that this deal will give fans in New Zealand access to an exceptional viewer experience that will deliver even more action, analysis and coverage to more people than ever before.”

TVNZ CEO Kevin Kenrick said, “Our agreement will broaden the availability of New Zealand’s biggest sport and give viewers even more choice. Together we’re committed to delivering a fantastic viewing experience for all New Zealanders – making the most of Spark’s leading digital technology and distribution capabilities and TVNZ’s unrivalled audience reach and content expertise.

Source : official site of tvnz.

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