Stan Sport and Nine have secured exclusive broadcast rights to this year’s women’s tournament in New Zealand and the 2023 men’s rugby world cup showpiece events which to be played in France.
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Wallabies matches and the 2023 final will be simulcast live on Nine and streamed live on 9Now ad-free, live and on demand.
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With more than 857 million viewers worldwide, the 2019 men’s World Cup in Japan was the most watched rugby event ever.
“Since Stan Sport’s launch in February 2021, we have invested significantly to build a fresh and comprehensive rugby offering for fans in Australia,” Stan chief executive Martin Kugeler said.
In what could be a record crowd for a women’s Test, Australia’s women’s World Cup campaign kicks off on October 8 against New Zealand.
“From grassroots to world class internationals and now the pinnacle of the game, the Rugby World Cups, Stan Sport continues to deliver more men’s and women’s rugby content than ever before. Together with our great partners at Rugby Australia, we have grown the audience for rugby significantly and this announcement further highlights our commitment to the game.
“Stan and Nine are uniquely positioned to broadcast the Rugby World Cup to more Australians than ever before with Nine’s total TV assets alongside all of our other channels, including publishing, digital and radio.
“There is no better place to showcase one of the biggest events in global sport and we can’t wait for the women’s World Cup action to kick off in New Zealand this October.”
The former Wallabies star Morgan Turinui now works as a commentator for Stan and Nine after playing in the 2003 and 2007 World Cups.
There are six teams capable of lifting the iconic Webb Ellis Cup next year at Stade de France, according to him.
“The big four are over on one side of the draw – France, Ireland, South Africa and New Zealand. And then England and Australia on the other side,” Turinui told Wide World of Sports.
“If we beat Wales in our pool we’ll probably play Argentina or England, whoever comes second out of those two. They’re not gimmes, as we’ve seen over the last few months, but they’re certainly not the big four.
“You win three sudden death games, you win the World Cup. It all looks really positive and doable. We’ve seen the Wallabies can beat anyone on their day. You just hope they have three of those days in a row.”