RWC Final 2019 Live Stream: How To Watch The 2019 Rugby World Cup Final will be a rugby union match to determine the winner of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. It will be played between England and South Africa , a rematch of the 2007 Rugby World Cup Final .
England are one win from glory at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, with Eddie Jones’ men set to face South Africa in the final.
England produced one of their greatest-ever displays to storm into the World Cup final with a 19-7 victory over New Zealand that reduced the reigning champions to a rabble.
From the moment Manu Tuilagi crossed after 97 seconds an extraordinary match beckoned and the final scoreline did little justice to the domination of Eddie Jones’ men, who were superior in every single facet of the game.
New Zealand had won their previous 18 World Cup matches dating back to 2007 but at International Stadium Yokohama they were flattened by a juggernaut led by the unstoppable Maro Itoje.
England will face the Springboks in a repeat of the 2007 Final, and having crushed the odds-on favourites to win the Webb Ellis Trophy, they will be expected to repeat their solitary triumph of 2003.
When is the 2019 Rugby World Cup final?
The World Cup final takes place on Saturday, November 2.
What time is the final?
The final kicks off at 6pm local time – which means 9am in the UK.
Where is the final being held?
It will be held at the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama, the same venue where England play France and Ireland beat Scotland in their group match.
Are tickets still available?
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Previous winners of the Rugby World Cup
- New Zealand, 1987
- Australia, 1991
- South Africa, 1995
- Australia, 1999
- England, 2003
- South Africa, 2007
- New Zealand, 2011
- New Zealand, 2015