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After almost two months and 47 matches, the Rugby World Cup is just a game away from its conclusion. This Saturday night in Paris, New Zealand and South Africa square off in what is a tantalising clash between the two most successful teams in Rugby World Cup history. This one will be good, and to ensure you don’t miss it, we’ve gathered together all you need to know in order to watch New Zealand vs South Africa on TV or live stream, with all the latest streaming and broadcast information for you, whether you’re in the UK or overseas.
How to watch in the UK
Keen to watch New Zealand vs South Africa on TV and want more information on how to do this in the UK? You’ve come to the right place, because here at Pundit Feed, we have all the latest on how to watch New Zealand vs South Africa:
ITV1 is your go to for watching the Rugby World Cup final on TV this weekend. The match will be live on ITV1 with kickoff at 19:00 GMT, and it’s all completely free to air.
For those that are on the move and can’t tune in via TV, the good news is that there’s also a free New Zealand vs South Africa live stream on ITVX, which can be streamed from any device.
Now that Wales are out of the World Cup, those wanting to see the tournament through to its conclusion can still tune in and catch some Welsh commentary, which is available on S4C. Again, it’s all free-to-air.
New Zealand vs South Africa TV coverage and live streaming: International options
Given the nations competing in this match, there will be plenty from outside the UK looking to tune in and watch. For those overseas looking to watch New Zealand vs South Africa on TV or live streaming, there are plenty of options. Here are some of the best, depending on where you’re based:
It all comes down to this… 🤯
— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) October 27, 2023
French fans will still be in mourning after their quarter-final exit at the hands of South Africa, but surely they’ll enjoy watching this match–if not to see New Zealand gain revenge in their honour. TF1, M6 or France TV are the best ways to watch New Zealand vs South Africa on TV in France, with these sites also offering live streams.
Another nation likely still in mourning will be Ireland, who also were defeated by one of these sides in the quarter-finals. Irish fans can head over to RTE or Virgin to watch the Rugby World Cup final.
Australian rugby fans have had plenty of time to mourn, considering they didn’t even make the knockout rounds this year. They will be fascinated by their Rugby Championship mates going head to head in this match however, and fans in Australia can catch all the action through the New Zealand vs South Africa live stream on Stan’s website.
Kiwi fans will be in for another Sunday morning glued to the TV, with SKY NZ being the way to watch New Zealand vs South Africa for all the All Blacks supporters down under.
For Springboks fans, SABC and Super Sport is the way to watch New Zealand vs South Africa, as they cheer their side on to what could be a record breaking fourth Rugby World Cup title.
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