New Zealand Kiwis vs Kangaroos Australia Live Stream, Broadcast and Telecast details:- If you love watching NZ Kiwis Rugby, then you must be waiting for this event to be played . Australia will play New Zealand in an end-of-season double-header on 18 October in Bankwest Stadium and 2nd game on October 25 in WIN Stadium .
The Kiwis will get their long awaited re-match against Kangaroos at WIN Stadium next October and will play the first of two home tests against Great Britain in a triple-header clash at Eden Park in November.
When New Zealand Kiwis vs Kangaroos Rugby
Game 1 : Rugby 9s World Cup
- Friday 18 October
- Australia v New Zealand
- Bankwest Stadium
Game 2 :
- WIN Stadium, Wollongong
- Saturday 25 October 2019, 2.00pm
- Gates open: 2pm
- Curtain raiser: 3.10pm (women’s)
- Main game: 5.40pm (men’s)
The match will be a double-header with the Kiwi Ferns women’s side also set to take on a yet to be confirmed Pacific Island team.
Following the end of the NRL season, the Michael Maguire-coached Kiwis will head across to Australia to play the world champion Kangaroos at Wollongong’s WIN Stadium on October 25.
New Zealand Kiwis Rugby Schedule | International Test Series Fixtures | Rugby League World Cup 9s Schedule
- Friday 18 October Australia v New Zealand (W) 8.35pm
- Friday 18 October Kangaroos vs Kiwis 9.00pm
- Saturday 19 October New Zealand kiwis v Papua New Guinea
- Saturday 19 October New Zealand v USA 4.50pm
Tickets for all three games are on sale now at rugby-league.com and cost from £25 for adults and £12.50 for concessions. ‘Our League’ members will get £5 off all ticket categories when purchased through the Our League App or website.
Now, let’s get the NZ Kiwis vs Kangaroos live telecast details you can watch your favorite sport from your home. If you want to watch it on Television, then tune into Sky TV and in case of Online stream, just open their website.
In Europe, Sports five & SKY Sports Action is a big network, as they own number of sports channels and they will telecasting New Zealand Kiwis Rugby Events too in majority of European Countries.
The Oceania Cup will see Pool A sides (New Zealand, Australia, and Tonga) compete for the Oceania Cup trophy, while Pool B teams (Samoa, Fiji and Papua New Guinea) fight for promotion into Pool A in 2020.
2019 international rugby league schedule
October 25: WIN Stadium, Wollongong
Australia v Kiwis (Oceania Cup Pool B)
Jillaroos v Kiwi Ferns
October 26: Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
Tonga v Great Britain (Lions tour)
November 2: Eden Park, Auckland
Kiwis v Great Britain first test (Lions tour)
Australia v Tonga (Oceania Cup Pool A)
Samoa v Fiji (Oceania Cup Pool B)
November 9: Christchurch Stadium
Kiwis v Great Britain second test (Lions tour)
Fiji v PNG (Oceania Cup Pool B)
November 16: National Football Stadium, Port Moresby
PNG Kumuls v Great Britain (Lions tour)
PNG Orchids v Pacific All Stars