2022 Rugby Championship Live Stream: TV Schedule, Broadcast, Time, Live Stream, Full Replay

2022 Rugby Championship Live Stream TV Schedule Live Stream

2022 Rugby Championship Live Stream: TV Schedule, Broadcast, Time, Live Stream, Full Replay

Rugby Championship 2022 Live Online 

 

The 2022 Rugby Championship is an international competition played every year between four teams, All Blacks (New Zealand), Wallabies (Australia), Springboks (South Africa), and Pumas (Argentina). Here you will get the complete detail about how to watch the 2022 Rugby Championship live stream globally without any interruption, schedule, TV broadcast, Date, Time, Venue, Team squads, Replay, score, results, and more.


In 1996, it was first played when Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand battled in the event and then the event known as the Tri-Nations.


New Zealand won the away and home game from Australia and South Africa and the first Tri-Nations title. Argentina participated in the tournament in 2012 and since then the Rugby Championship has become a four-team event.


But, due to the covid-19 pandemic, South Africa withdrew from the competition in 2020, so Australia, New Zealand, and Argentina played a three-team competition in that season.


When and where will the 2022 RUGBY CHAMPIONS take place?


The Rugby Championship 2022 will commence on Saturday 6th August, when South Africa competes against New Zealand at Mbombela Stadium and Argentina hosts Wallabies in Mendoza the same day.


After the seven days, those matches will be repeated due to the shake-up of the tournament format, when South Africa will battle with New Zealand in Johannesburg and Australia will take on Argentina in San Juan.


After an idle week, the Springboks travel to Adelaide to compete with Australia, and on the same day, Argentina meets the All Blacks in Christchurch.


Before the match Wallabies VS Sprinboks in Sydney, the schedule will be repeated again on 3rd September when All Blacks take on Argentina in Hamilton


Round five will start on 15 September 2022, when New Zealand will play against Australia at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne. The series moves to Buenos Aires two days later, where Argentina will face Springboks.


In the final round, the matches will be reversed as All Blacks will take on Wallabies at Eden Park before concluding the 2022 Rugby Championship in Durban, where South Africa takes on Argentina.


Rugby Championship 2022 Team Squads
 

Australia: Marika Koroibete (Saitama Wild Knights), Tate McDermott (Queensland Reds), Matt Philip (Melbourne Rebels), Michael Hooper (c) (NSW Waratahs), Matt Gibbon (Melbourne Rebels), Hunter Paisami (Queensland Reds), Jake Gordon (NSW Waratahs), Folau Fainga'a (Brumbies), Pete Samu (Brumbies), Pone Fa'amausili (Melbourne Rebels), Jordan Petaia (Queensland Reds), Rob Leota (Melbourne Rebels), Jock Campbell (Queensland Reds), Tom Wright (Brumbies), Rob Valetini (Brumbies), Nic White (Brumbies), Harry Wilson (Queensland Reds), James O’Connor (Queensland Reds), Lachlan Lonergan (Brumbies), Jed Holloway (NSW Waratahs), Quade Cooper (Kintetsu Liners), Len Ikitau (Brumbies), Irae Simone (Brumbies), Nick Frost (Brumbies), James Slipper (Brumbies), Lalakai Foketi (Waratahs), Fraser McReight (Queensland Reds), Reece Hodge (Melbourne Rebels), Allan Alaalatoa (Brumbies), Suliasi Vunivalu (Queensland Reds), David Porecki (NSW Waratahs), Noah Lolesio (Brumbies), Taniela Tupou (Queensland Reds), Darcy Swain (Brumbies), Rory Arnold (TBC), Tom Robertson (Western Force).

South Africa: Grant Williams (Cell C Sharks), Kwagga Smith (Shizuoka Blue Revs), Evan Roos (DHL Stormers), Ntuthuko Mchunu (Cell C Sharks), Ox Nche (Cell C Sharks), Lood de Jager (Wild Knights), Steven Kitshoff (DHL Stormers), Lukhanyo Am (Cell C Sharks), Duane Vermeulen (Ulster), Rynhardt Elstadt (Toulouse), Siya Kolisi (Cell C Sharks), Malcolm Marx (Kubota Spears), Elton Jantjies (NTT Docomo Red Hurricanes), Ruan Nortje (Vodacom Bulls), Joseph Dweba (DHL Stormers), Vincent Koch (Wasps), Frans Malherbe (DHL Stormers), Marvin Orie (DHL Stormers), Jasper Wiese (Leicester Tigers), Makazole Mapimpi (Cell C Sharks), Salmaan Moerat (DHL Stormers), Franco Mostert (Honda Heat), Frans Steyn (Toyota Cheetahs), Willie le Roux (Toyota Verblitz), Handre Pollard (Leicester Tigers), Andre Esterhuizen (Harlequins), Jaden Hendrikse (Cell C Sharks), Trevor Nyakane (Racing 92), Thomas du Toit (Cell C Sharks), Jesse Kriel (Cannon Eagles), Warrick Gelant (Racing 92), Deon Fourie (DHL Stormers), Herschel Jantjies (DHL Stormers), Faf de Klerk (Canon Eagles), Damian de Allende (Wild Knights), Eben Etzebeth (Cell C Sharks), Pieter-Steph du Toit (Toyota Verblitz), Elrigh Louw (Vodacom Bulls), Kurt-Lee Arendse (Vodacom Bulls), Damian Willemse (DHL Stormers), Bongi Mbonambi (Cell C Sharks), 

New Zealand: Folau Fakatava (Highlanders), Samuel Whitelock (Crusaders), Richie Mo’unga (Crusaders), Scott Barrett (Crusaders), Shannon Frizell (Highlanders), Sam Cane (Captain – Chiefs), Codie Taylor (Crusaders), Quinn Tupaea (Chiefs), Stephen Perofeta (Blues), Tupou Vaa’i (Chiefs), Akira Ioane (Blues), Will Jordan (Crusaders), Finlay Christie (Blues), Dalton Papalii (Blues), Jordie Barrett (Hurricanes), Fletcher Newell (Crusaders), Angus Ta’avao (Chiefs), Ethan de Groot (Highlanders), Dane Coles (Hurricanes), George Bower (Crusaders), Leicester Fainga’anuku (Crusaders), David Havili (Crusaders), Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Blues), Hoskins Sotutu (Blues), Samisoni Taukeiaho (Chiefs), Beauden Barrett (Blues), Jack Goodhue (Crusaders), Aaron Smith (Highlanders), Sevu Reece (Crusaders), Brodie Retallick (Chiefs), Nepo Laulala (Blues), Patrick Tuipulotu (Blues), Caleb Clarke (Blues), Rieko Ioane (Blues), Aidan Ross (Chiefs), Ardie Savea (Hurricanes). 

Argentina: Gonzalo Bertranou (Dragons), Tomas Cubelli (Biarritz), Santiago Carreras (Gloucester), Joaquin Oviedo (Perpignan), Julian Montoya (Leicester Tigers), Rodrigo Bruni (Brive), Francisco Gomez Kodela (Lyon OU), Lucas Paulos (Brive), Ignacio Ruiz (Jaguares XV), Nicolas Sanchez (Stade Francais), Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro (Benetton Treviso), Joel Sclavi (La Rochelle), Juan Martin Gonzalez (London Irish), Emiliano Boffelli (Edinburgh), Santiago Medrano (Worcester Warriors), Benjamin Urdapilleta (Castres), Pablo Matera (unattached), Facundo Isa (Toulon), Santiago Grondona (Exeter Chiefs), Matias Orlando (Newcastle Falcons), Juan Cruz Mallía (Toulouse), Tomas Lavanini (Clermont Auvergne), Jeronimo de la Fuente (Perpignan), Lautaro Bazan Velez (Rovigo), Mayco Vivas (Jaguares XV), Matias Moroni (Leicester Tigers), Lucio Cinti (London Irish), Santiago Cordero (Bordeaux Begles), Lucas Mensa (Mont-de-Marsan), Agustin Creevy (London Irish), Thomas Gallo (Benetton Treviso), Matias Alemanno (Gloucester), Juan Imhoff (Racing 92), Marcos Kremer (Stade Francais). 

 

Rugby Championship 2022 Schedule

 

Date Matches Venue Time
6 August South Africa vs New Zealand Live Stream Mbombela Stadium 17:05 (GMT+2)
6 August Argentina vs Australia Live Stream Estadio Malvinas Argentinas 16:05 (GMT-3)
13 August South Africa vs New Zealand Live Stream Ellis Park 17:05 (GMT+2)
13 August Argentina vs Australia Live Stream Estadio del Bicentenario 16:05 (GMT-3)
27 August Australia vs South Africa Live Stream Adelaide Oval 15:00 (GMT+9.5)
27 August New Zealand vs Argentina Live Stream AMI Stadium 19:45 (GMT+12)
3 September New Zealand vs Argentina Live Stream FMG Stadium 19:05 (GMT+12)
3 September Australia vs South Africa Live Stream Allianz Stadium 19:35 (GMT+10)
15 September New Zealand vs Australia Live Stream Marvel Stadium 19:45 (GMT+10)
17 September Argentina vs South Africa Live Stream Velez Sarsfield Stadium 21:10 (GMT-3)
24 September New Zealand vs Australia Live Stream Eden Park 19:05 (GMT+12)
24 September South Africa vs Argentina Live Stream Kings Park 17:05 (GMT+2)

 

2022 Rugby Championship TV Broadcasters List 

Country Channel
South Africa SuperSports Rugby
Australia Fox Sports Australia
New Zealand Sky Network TV
USA, CANNADA, South America ESPN / TSN
Japan J Sports
Asia-Pacific Setanta Sports Asia
Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, UAE, Yemen, Israel, and more OSN
Italy, Switzerland Sky Italia
France, Monaco, Luxembourg, Andorra Canal+
UK, Ireland Sky UK

 

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