How you can watch the 2017 Rugby World Cup with ESPNCricInfo
ESPN’s Rugby World Cups are set to kick off this summer with two historic clashes in New Zealand.
Both the Rugby Championship and the Rugby World cup are scheduled to take place in Auckland.
With a population of over 20 million people, Auckland is the largest city in New England, and hosts a host of events, including the annual rugby World Cup.
The Rugby World championships will take place at the Auckland Olympic Park, and will feature a match between the Wallabies and Argentina, the first time the two nations have met.
With the Rugby Championships taking place in New York, the Rugby championship will be broadcast on the ESPN3 channel, with coverage beginning at 5pm PT on Saturday, August 8, 2019.
Rugby World Series: The World Series will also be held in New Jersey, which will host the event, which is a showcase for the 2018 World Cup and will be followed by the Rugby Champions Cup.
ESPN3 will be available to stream the event live, with the finals on August 21.
In addition to the Rugby and Rugby World series, ESPN will broadcast a Rugby Championship on August 22, and a Rugby World Championship on September 7.
For the 2019 Rugby Championship, ESPNCricket will air live coverage of the semi-finals, the final and the final.
The 2019 Rugby World Championships are the only event on ESPN3 that will also air live on ESPN2.