Stan Sport has secured streaming rights for all Wallabies, Springboks and All Blacks games for the upcoming Autumn Nations Rugby tournament. 

The Spring Tour coverage begins with the Wallabies’ clash against Scotland on 8 November, which will be followed by matches against England and Wales, along with showing the All Blacks taking on Wales, Italy, Ireland and France.

“We have had a phenomenal start for Rugby on Stan Sport in 2021, and it is great to see the growing interest for the game,” commented Stan Acting Chief Executive Officer, Martin Kugeler.

“The Wallabies, All Blacks and Springboks Spring Tours are a proud tradition on the rugby calendar, and we know fans will enjoy our coverage of every match against their northern hemisphere rivals. 

As part of the 20 international matches, the platform will show games involving the likes of the Springboks, Argentina, Japan, Fiji, Tonga and Uruguay taking on their northern hemisphere counterparts.

“This announcement highlights our commitment to continue delivering the world’s best rugby all year round to fans in Australia.”

Additionally, the enterprise has also secured rights to the 2021 Women’s Autumn Internationals which comprises thirteen matches involving  England, New Zealand, Canada, France, South Africa, US, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and Japan.

Furthemore, It has been recently announced that Stan Sport will also be the home of Premiership Rugby, with over 130 matches of England’s competition. This competition features several Australians ‘applying their trade’ in the UK, including London Irish players Nick Phipps, Rob Simmons, Curtis Rona and Adam Coleman.

Moreover, beIN Sports will continue its coverage of the game which will be available via its channel partners on Foxtel, Kayo, Fetch and beIN SPORTS CONNECT.

BeIn also currently retains the rights to UEFA club competitions, including the UEFA Champions League, in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

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