Rugby World Cup 2023 to be Televised Free-to-Air in Ireland

Good news for Irish rugby enthusiasts: RTÉ and Virgin Media have secured the broadcasting rights for the upcoming Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.

With the Irish team currently topping the World Rugby Men’s Rankings and vying for a Six Nations Grand Slam, anticipation for the tournament has reached an all-time high in Ireland.

Thanks to the agreement, all 48 matches will be available for free on Irish television. Fans can catch the action on RTÉ television, RTÉ Player, Virgin TV, and Virgin Player.

Moreover, the Rugby World Cup Final will be aired live on both RTÉ and Virgin Media simultaneously. As an added bonus, RTÉ has also secured live radio broadcast rights for Ireland’s matches.

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With this deal in place, Rugby World Cup 2023 is on track to become the most widely viewed rugby event in history.

Alan Gilpin, World Rugby CEO, expressed his enthusiasm about the partnership, emphasizing the shared passion for rugby between RTÉ and Virgin Media.

Together, they plan to make the 2023 Rugby World Cup a remarkable experience for fans in Ireland.

Officials from RTÉ and Virgin Media Television share this excitement, highlighting their dedication to offering free-to-air access to the tournament for Irish sports fans.

This agreement guarantees that the entire Rugby World Cup will reach the largest possible audience across the country, allowing fans to wholeheartedly support their national team during this prestigious event.

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