2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Stream Free Online

The 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup is set to take place in Ireland for the first time from August 9 to 26, 2017. Twelve countries will compete in this rugby competition and all the matches to be held in Dublin and Belfast. Here at SportsInd, we’ll give information on how to watch 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup live stream free online.

WRWC 2017 will be the eighth edition of the Women’s Rugby World Cup and will be broadcasted live on free-to-air as well as paid tv channels to reach the greater audiences. The 12 teams who will battle for the title are The teams who have qualified for the competition are England, France, New Zealand, United States, Canada, Ireland, Wales, Italy, Australia, Hong Kong, Spain and Japan.

2017 Women's Rugby World Cup Live Stream

2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Stream

Ireland: All of Ireland’s matches in the World Cup will be broadcast on free-to-air television RTE including the final from Kingspan Stadium in Belfast while eir Sport will show all the games from the tournament. You can catch 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup live stream on eirsport.ie.

United Kingdom: The UK rugby viewers can watch WRWC 2017 on free-to-air channel ITV.

France: France’s national broadcaster, France Télévisions will broadcast the French team’s matches live along with the WRWC2017 final while the paid channel Eurosport will have live coverage of all the 14 matches from the tournament.

The more broadcasters will be updated as soon as it confirmed by the officials. The rugby viewers can also tune into WRWC 2017 official portal to catch live scores and updates.

England is the regaining champion of the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017. The pool stages take place at University College Dublin while the semi-finals will take place in Kingspan Stadium on August 22nd. The Final, 3rd/4th Place and 5th/6th Place matches take place on the 26th August. Check out full schedule of 2017 WRWC.

The tournament will be played in a round-robin of six games where each team plays one match against each of the other teams in the same pool. New Zealand is favourite to win the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup.