For fans of the oval ball, guaranteed emotions and another opportunity to cheer on Italy, with both national teams qualified for the final phase of the Rugby World Cup, with the women’s edition scheduled in New Zealand from 8 October to 12 November 2022 and the male one in France from 8 September to 21 October 2023. Azzurri in a difficult group, which also includes the “All Blacks”New Zealanders and the French hosts.
On Sky and streaming on NOWlive all the matches of the men’s Rugby World Cup and a wide selection of the women’s Rugby World Cup matches: at least one a day live, including all the matches of theItaly. Many games to follow, with the Sky rugby team, led by Francesco Pierantozzi, ready to tell what is happening in New Zealand and France, with particular attention to the “Azzurre” and the “Azzurri”.
In the feminine, Italy inserted in the Group B. of the group stage, where he will face the United States on 9 October, Canada on 16 October and Japan on 23 October. In all, there will be three groups, with the top two and the two best third-placed players in the quarter-finals.
In the men, Italy in Group A of the group stage, with debut on 9 September next year against Namibia, which will be followed by matches against Uruguay, on 20 September, with the “All Blacks” of New Zealand, on 29 September, and with France on 6 October. In all, four groups of five teams each, with the top two in each group qualifying for the quarter-finals.
With the women’s Rugby World Cup and the men’s Rugby World Cup, Sky’s offer dedicated to rugby is always in the foreground, thanks also to a program that includes the Six Nations (men, women and Under 20), test matches of the Autumn Nations Series and Sanzaar events, with Super Rugby Pacific, Rugby Championship and Inbound Tests.
Marzio PerrelliSky Executive Vice President Sport: “We are happy to announce this agreement, the Rugby World Cup is one of the most followed sporting events in the world. It will be another opportunity to cheer our national teams together, after Italy’s recent successes in volleyball and swimming, basketball and tennis in the Davis Cup. Sky’s “House of Sport” is also the home of great Rugby: in addition to the men’s and women’s Rugby World Cup, a series of unmissable events await us with the oval ball, including the Six Nations, confirming what Sky believes in one of the noblest and oldest sports on the world sports scene“.