Watch Rugby LIVE: Rugby League, Rugby Union and more
SKY Sport is the home of “the game for all New Zealand”. Watch rugby LIVE on SKY Sport.
From the All Blacks and Black Ferns to grassroots rugby SKY Sport has you covered with LIVE rugby broadcasts, dedicated shows and comprehensive highlights.
The local domestic scene features Super Rugby, the Farah Palmer Cup, Mitre 10 Cup, Land Rover 1st XV and the Heartland Championship backed up by shows The 1014 Rugby, The Breakdown and Team Talk.
All-encompassing action from overseas features the big competitions from Britain, Europe and South Africa along with action from Asia, the Americas and, of course, our South Pacific neighbours.
The expanding Sevens scene is also covered on SKY Sport! Get SKY Sport package* to watch rugby on SKY.
*SKY Sport package is only available with SKY Starter.
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THE LATEST RUGBY NEWS
ISOLATION NATION: SKY SPORT LAUNCH NEW RUGBY SERIES
New Zealand's professional rugby players have combined to create a unique and entertaining new rugby series called Isolation Nation, which will screen twice weekly on Sky Sport.
Sky Sport's new show has been created in conjunction with New Zealand Rugby (NZR), the New Zealand Rugby Players’ Association (NZRPA) and the country’s five Investec Super Rugby and goes to air on Wednesday, 1 April.
For many New Zealand rugby fans, the wounds of Yokohama are still fresh.
But maybe we can acknowledge now that the English were supremely dominant in their semifinal victory and enjoyed an impressive Rugby World Cup to boot, even if the Springboks nailed them in the final.
EUROPEAN RUGBY ON SKY SPORT
Sky Sport is proud to announce three significant European rugby deals for New Zealand sports fans. The broadcast agreements include France’s TOP 14 (2019/2020 - 2021/2022) and multi-year international deals with the Irish Rugby Union (2019-2022) and the Welsh Rugby Union (2019-2024).