England will face Samoa in the opening match of the Rugby League World Cup 2022. St James’ Park, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom will host the match on 15th October 2022. Tickets for the match will be available through the official website of Rlwc. BBC will cover the live streaming of RLWC match between England and Samoa. Let’s check out all broadcast options, time, date, venue and details below.
What time is England vs Samoa Match starting?
The live coverage of the match starts from 14:30 BST.
Where is the match happening?
St James’ Park, Newcastle will be the venue for the game.
Who will win the match?
According to our prediction, England will have more chances to win.
Where can I stream the England vs Samoa Game?
BBC in the UK will have the official streaming of the match.
England vs Samoa Live Stream
Three lions will be worn by the Rugby League World Cup’s English players who participate in the NRL season’s inaugural weekend. It would seem that England would be the most likely to win the NRL, the best rugby league competition anywhere. This is false. It is probable that at least half of the eligible players will take part.
The Rugby World Cup 2021 will be broadcast by the BBC in the UK. Every game will be shown on BBC One and BBC Two. You can also watch the games online free via BBC iPlayer. It takes only a few minutes to sign up for BBC iPlayer. You only need to enter basic information. This service will ask for your UK postal codes, but it won’t verify that you are actually living there. Any valid British postal code will work.
BBC iPlayer content can only be accessed in the UK because it is geo-restricted. You can access either service by connecting to a British VPN server. Are you not yet using a VPN? NordVPN offers a 30-day risk-free money-back guarantee. This allows you to stream the Rugby League World Cup live from overseas and get a refund if it doesn’t work out.
Official Channel List:
- New Zealand: Spark Sport
- Papua New Guinea: EM TV
- United Kingdom:
FacebookLive (RLWC2021 and Royal Family Pages)
English players competing in the NRL season’s opening weekend will be hoping to wear three lions at Rugby League World Cup.
Oliver Gildart, an England player, was signed by an NRL side this winter. Oliver Gildart moved from Wigan to Sydney. Ryan Sutton is their 18th player, while Harry Rushton is their second-rower. Luke Thompson will play the role of Canterbury’s prop at North Queensland on Sunday. Tom Burgess will travel to Brisbane with the South Sydney 17 on Friday. Centre will be played by Lancastrian Herbie Fairnworth. Dominic Young, another uncapped young Englishman, will play on the wing against Cronulla.