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Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony Live Stream 20 Sep 2019

Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony Live Stream 20 Sep 2019

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When is the Rugby World Cup opening ceremony?

THIS is the first time that the World Cup has come to Asia and Japan. Rugby World Cup 2019 Opening Ceremony will start at 09.30 AM GMT. Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony Live Stream 20 Sep 2019.

The hosts traditionally get the tournament started and will face Russia at Tokyo Stadium on Friday, September 20.

Kick-off is at 10.45 AM GMT.

Organizers have released a teaser of what to expect under the lights in Tokyo for the opening ceremony.

A press release read: “Combining the ancient with the modern, the opening ceremony will draw on deeply symbolic Japanese cultural references to illustrate the passion, expectation, and excitement the people of Japan have for the tournament.

“Encapsulated in the theme of a Japanese festival, the ceremony tells the story of the mythical dawn of time, rugby’s origins and its arrival in Japan, and the blossoming of Rugby World Cup into today’s global showpiece, as the ninth edition breaks new ground by being hosted in Asia for the first time.”

The opening ceremony will be available to watch for UK audiences from 10.25 AM BST, just in time for the official start at 6.30 PM local time.

RWC Opening Ceremony Information

Competition: Rugby World Cup 2019

Date: Friday 20th September 2019

Kick-off time: 09:20 AM (GMT)

Stadium: Tokyo Stadium, Japan

Stadium Capacity: 49,970

Address: 376-3 Nishimachi, Chofu, Tokyo 182-0032, Japan

What TV Channel: ITV 4 (UK); NBC Gold (USA), TF1 (FRA), TSN1, & TSN4 (Canada)

Live Streaming: LMI Sports ( World Wide)

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