Spark Sport To Stream 2022 RLWC live in New Zealand

Good news for Rugby Fans of New Zealand as they can Enjoy the Entire Rugby League World cup 2022 All 61 Games live coverage on Spark Sport network as they are provide the exclusive broadcast rights for the October November RLWC 2022 Games.

Women’s and wheelchair both competitions of this Rugby League world cup 2022 will be contested by two groups of four teams, while the RLWC men’s tournament will see 16 teams compete which can divided in to four groups.

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Jonathan Neill, RLWC2021 Commercial Director, said: “Our ambition is for RLWC2021 to open up new opportunities for the sport and Spark Sport has shown their commitment by confirming they will show all 61 matches across the Men’s, Women’s and Wheelchair tournaments.

“Our partnership with Spark Sport provides a significant focus for growing both the women’s and wheelchair games as well as showcasing the excitement and appeal of international Rugby League. Spark Sport will provide dynamic and flexible viewing options, with a deep level of content and engagement to support the continued growth of the sport.

“We’re looking forward to engaging with fans in New Zealand, exciting all existing and new Rugby League viewers, and inspiring a new generation to create a legacy via RLWC2021.” 

“There’s a great opportunity for the Kiwi Ferns to showcase the skill and talent in the women’s game with all eyes on them as one of the favourites. The Kiwi men on the other hand are looking for redemption as anticipation builds around who will make the squad with the growing Kiwi talent pool coming through the NRL. 

“There’s a huge New Zealand fan base supporting our Kiwi teams, and our neighbouring Pacific teams with Tonga, Samoa, Fiji and the Cook Islands bringing competitive squads and plenty of passion and flair to the tournament. I think back to the last Rugby League World Cup and the energy these teams and their fans brought to the sold-out venues. They really were the heart of the tournament and I love that this year we’ll get to bring them all the action from England.”


Saturday October 15th

England v Samoa, Group A, St James’ Park (Newcastle), 2.30pm

Australia v Fiji, Group B, Headingley Stadium (Leeds), 7.30pm

Sunday October 16th

Scotland v Italy, Group B, Kingston Park (Newcastle), 2.30pm

Jamaica v Ireland, Group C, Headingley (Leeds), 5pm

New Zealand v Lebanon, Group C, Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington), 7.30pm

Monday October 17th

France v Greece, Group A, Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster), 7.30pm

Tuesday October 18th

Tonga v Papua New Guinea, Group D, Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens), 7.30pm

Wednesday October 19th

Wales v Cook Islands, Group D, Leigh Sports Village (Leigh), 7.30pm

Friday October 21st

Australia v Scotland, Group B, Ricoh Arena (Coventry), 7.30pm

Saturday October 22nd

Fiji v Italy, Group B, Kingston Park (Newcastle), 2.30pm

England v France, University of Bolton Stadium (Bolton), 5pm

New Zealand v Jamaica, Group C, MKM Stadium (Hull), 7.30pm

Sunday October 23rd

Lebanon v Ireland, Group C, Leigh Sports Village (Leigh), 2.30pm

Samoa v Greece, Group A, Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster), 5pm

Monday October 24th

Tonga v Wales, Group D, Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens), 7.30pm

Tuesday October 25th

Papua New Guinea v Cook Islands, Group D, Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington), 7.30pm

Friday October 28th

New Zealand v Ireland, Group C, Headingley (Leeds), 7.30pm

Saturday October 29th

England v Greece, Group A, Bramall Lane (Sheffield), 2.30pm

Fiji v Scotland, Group B, Kingston Park (Newcastle), 5pm

Australia v Italy, Group B, Totally Wicked Stadium (St Helens), 7.30pm

Sunday October 30th

Lebanon v Jamaica, Group C, Leigh Sports Village (Leigh), 12pm

Tonga v Cook Islands, Group D, Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough), 2.30pm

Samoa v France, Group A, Halliwell Jones Stadium (Warrington), 5pm

Monday October 31st

Papua New Guinea v Wales, Group D, Keepmoat Stadium (Doncaster), 7.30pm

Friday November 4th

Quarter Final 1 – Winner B v Runner-up C, John Smith’s Stadium (Huddersfield), 7.30pm

Saturday November 5th

Quarter Final 2 – Winner/Runner-up A v Winner/Runner-up D, DW Stadium (Wigan), 2.30pm

Quarter Final 3 – Winner C v Runner-up B, MKM Stadium (Hull), 7.30pm

Sunday November 6th

Quarter Final 4 – Winner/Runner-up A v Winner/Runner-up D, University of Bolton Stadium (Bolton), 2.30pm

Friday November 11th

Semi Final 1 – Winner QF 1 v Winner QF 3, Elland Road (Leeds), 7.45pm

Saturday November 12th

Semi Final 2 – Winner QF 2 v Winner QF 4, Emirates Stadium (London), 2.30pm

Saturday November 19th

World Cup 2021 Final, Old Trafford (Manchester), 4pm

All timing are local timezone.

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