England will face Australia at Brisbane on Saturday 9 July 2022. This will be the second of three autumn internationals to be played by England in 2022. Rugby union which is one of the most famous sports events is a close-contact team sport in England that is based on running with the ball in hand. The league is all set to come up with new events which are going to be scheduled soon. Check Rugby Australia vs England 2022 Schedule And Team Squads.
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Follow our guide below as we explain how to get a England vs Australia Rugby live stream and watch this international rugby match FREE online today.
2022 England Australia Rugby Live Stream
|Game||England vs Australia | AUS v ENG Rugby|
|Date & time||9 July 2022|
|Television||SKY NZ & Foxtel Now|
|Live Broadcast||Check here for stream live|
One of the biggest international rugby rivalries, England head Down Under to Australia in 2022 for a huge tour.
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In their most recent meeting, England beat the Wallabies 40-16 during a World Cup quarter-final in Japan.
England and Australia have played each other on 51 occasions since their first meeting in 1909. Both teams have won 25 matches apiece and there has also been one draw.
Rugby Australia vs England 2022 Schedule
|Saturday 9 July||1st Test Wallabies vs England||Brisbane|
|Saturday 16 July||2nd Test Australia vs England||Melbourne|
|Saturday 23 July||3rd Test England vs Australia||Sydney|
How to watch England vs Wallabies FREE live stream in the UK
The great news for ENG v AUS rugby fans in the UK is that this match is set to be shown absolutely FREE on Channel 4.
Coverage starts at 1.30pm ahead of the 2pm kick-off, and you can also watch online via Channel 4’s All4 streaming service.
If you are indeed watching online, you can do so on your laptop, or via apps for the likes of Android, iOS, PS4, Xbox, Roku, Amazon Fire.
How to watch Australia vs England Rugby online in the US
Dedicated Australia vs England Rugby streaming service Rugbystream has the broadcast rights to show this match across the Atlantic. You’ll be watching over your breakfast as it’s scheduled for a 9am ET / 6am PT start.
A Rugbystream monthly subscription costs $29.99 with an annual subscription costing $150.
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How to live stream England vs Wallabies Rugby Game in Australia
The DAZN streaming service has been a reliable place to go for Aussie-based rugby fans of late, as the home for Autumn coverage. It has most of the summer internationals this year, too.
The England vs Wallabies game kicks off at 9am ET / 6am PT on Saturday morning, and you can tune in for free, as DAZN offers a 30-day FREE TRIAL.
If you decide to keep DAZN, you’ll pay $20 per month or an annual subscription of $150, which gets you loads more sporting action, including every NFL game and Premier League and Champions League soccer, and much more.
England v Australia – Autumn International Tickets
Tickets for the England v Australia autumn international match went on sale on Wednesday 28th July. Official hospitality packages are also available. Check the England Rugby Official Ticketing (powered by Ticketmaster) and Keith Prowse websites for further information.
Rugby England Tour To Australia Team Squads 2022
- Tom Abell (Somerset)
- Josh Bohannon (Lancashire)
- James Bracey (Gloucestershire)
- Harry Brook (Yorkshire)
- Sam Cook (Essex)
- Mason Crane (Hampshire)
- Matthew Fisher (Yorkshire)
- Ben Foakes (Surrey)
- Alex Lees (Durham)
- Saqib Mahmood (Lancashire)
- Liam Norwell (Warwickshire)
- Matt Parkinson (Lancashire)
- Jamie Smith (Surrey)
- Rob Yates (Warwickshire)
- Joe Root (captain)
- James Anderson
- Jonny Bairstow
- Dom Bess
- Stuart Broad
- Rory Burns
- Jos Buttler
- Zak Crawley
- Haseeb Hameed
- Dan Lawrence
- Jack Leach
- Dawid Malan
- Craig Overton
- Ollie Pope
- Ollie Robinson
- Ben Stokes
- Chris Woakes
- Mark Wood