Full Schedules, Dates, Times & Channels For Live Rugby On TV
Rugby Union still remains one of the most popular live sports with television audiences in the UK and worldwide.
International matches get the largest audiences, especially the World Cup and six nations tournaments. Or any game involving the home nations (England, Ireland, Wales or Scotland). But these days you can also watch more and more club rugby live on TV as well.
Aviva Premiership matches are a highlight of the BT sport schedule, but it’s not just about the British and European clubs. Rugby Union is a worldwide game. You can also watch Super 15 matches, which feature clubs from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, and these games are shown exclusively live on Sky Sports.
Some people just tune in to watch the big Premier League games. Others eat, sleep and breathe rugby and watch everything they can, and even catch up on the Rugby League as well. No matter which group you fall into, our complete guide to rugby on TV will show you exactly what’s being shown, which channels you need and what time the games start. So all you need to do is tune in and watch.