Rugby World Cup

Auckland, Online, Whangārei

See the best in rugby and relive this historic moment in women’s sport

The Black Ferns are New Zealand’s senior women’s rugby team and the most dominant team in women’s rugby. They have one of the best winning percentages in international rugby, with victory in close to 90% of their tests. Spark Sport holds the broadcast rights for the Rugby World Cup. They’ve shown every moment live – now see it on-demand via its paid-for streaming service.

Incredible performances celebrating wāhine toa in music and sport have created a spectacular entertainment showcase with renowned artists Rita Ora, BENEE and Shapeshifter taking to the stage at Eden Park. Enjoy a performance by Shapeshifter during the semi-finals and BENEE the last headline act, who performed during the finals. Show your support for all the teams with Wā Poi (It’s Poi Time) – a movement to unite rugby fans to twirl poi in support of 12 competing teams.


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