How to Tune into Super Rugby

Super 15 Rugby promises to be even bigger and better than the previous editions. The annual rugby union club competition has steadily become one of the most popular rugby competition in the world. One of the reasons for its wide appeal is because the competition brings together franchisees from various continents. For example, the 2020 edition of the Super Rugby will feature teams from five different countries and four continents.

Millions of rugby fans worldwide tune into various Super Rugby TV partners to watch live action of the competition. Due to the complexities of broadcasting rights and TV coverage deals, it is important that rugby fans stay updated on how to tune into Super Rugby.

How to tune into Super Rugby

The fans in the 3 regions of the tournament conference can watch live coverage of the Super Rugby on the following networks;

South African Conference

Fans in South Africa can tune into SuperSport channels to catch up on every single moment of the competition. SuperSport is the major broadcasting network for the region.

New Zealand Conference

New Zealand teams have a history of dominating the Super Rugby; in fact, 17 of the 24 previous editions have been won by New Zealand franchises. Also, the current champion, Crusaders, is a New Zealand team. The success has encouraged many rugby fans in New Zealand to tune in for live-action of the competition.

Sky Sport is the official broadcaster in New Zealand.

Australian Conference

There is a massive following of Super Rugby in Australia. Fox Sports is the official broadcaster in the country. Fans can watch the Super Rugby live on Foxtel, Fox’s on-demand service.

Australian fans also have access to free Super Rugby streams through Network Ten. The free-to-air network offers full match replay for free.