on 22 October 2022
The University of Bolton Stadium in Bolton will host the Rugby League World Cup match between England and France on Saturday, October 22. You may tune in from anywhere in the world to watch France vs. England Rugby League World Cup 2022 match on your desktop, laptop, smart TV, iPad, iPhone, Tab, or any Android device. Rugby Live TV provides affordable premium memberships. To watch RLWC 2022 scheduled games live stream without a VPN or cable, register at RugbyLiveTV.com.
There are 16 teams competing in RLWC 2022, making it the largest tournament of its kind. The teams are divided into four groups. Australia is aiming for a record-tying third straight World Cup victory. Here you can find information on how to watch the England vs France RLWC 2022 match live.
Group A-England, France, Samoa, Greece
Head Coach: Shaun Wane
Capt. Sam Tomkins
World Cup Appearances: 6 (1975, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Wining Records: Runners-Up (1975, 1995, 2017)
Squad: Elliott Whitehead, Andy Ackers, Mike McMeeken, Joe Batchelor, John Bateman, Jack Welsby, Tom Burgess, Mike Cooper, Herbie Farnworth, Ryan Hall, Luke Thompson, Chris Hill, Morgan Knowles, Matty Lees, Dom Young, Tommy Makinson, Michael McIlorum, Mikolaj Oledzki, Kai Pearce-Paul, Victor Radley, Marc Sneyd, Sam Tomkins, Kallum Watkins, George Williams.
Several star players from the National Rugby League have joined the English squad as they aim for World Cup victory in their home country. In the opening game in Newcastle, they played against Samoa, and later on, they'll face an improving French team and World Cup debutants Greece.
A 30-10 victory over France in Perpignan last October was their most recent trip on the international stage. Both John Bateman and Tommy Makinson scored twice in the game.
England vs Samoa (15 Oct @ St James’ Park, Newcastle)
England vs France (University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton)
England vs Greece (Bramall Lane, Sheffield)
Head Coach: Laurent Frayssinous
Capt. Sam Tomkins
World Cup Appearances: 15 (1954, 1957, 1960, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1977, 1985-88, 1989-1992, 1995, 2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Wining Records: Runners-Up (1954, 1968)
Squad: Anthony Marion, Gadwin Springer, Mickael Goudemand, Paul Marcon, Arthur Romano, Jordan Dezaria, Alrix Da Costa, Samisoni Langi, Matthieu Laguerre, Lambert Belmas, Paul Séguier, Morgan Escaré, Fouad Yaha, Ben Garcia, Tony Gigot, Louis Joffret, Corentin Le Cam, Arthur Mourgue, Éloi Pélissier, Maxime Puech, César Rougé, Justin Sangaré, Benjamin Jullien, Maxime Stéfani,
French rugby league supporters may finally breathe a sigh of relief; their country will host the 2025 Rugby League World Cup, two of their teams—Catalans and Toulouse—are in this year's Super League, and les Chanticleers have won four of their last five Tests.
France played their first match against Greece and won that match by 34-12. They play their next matches against England and Samoa. If they beat England or Samoa, it could be enough for them to move on to the next round.