How To Watch 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Stream
The 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup live is scheduled to be the ninth edition for women, to be held in New Zealand between 18 September and 16 October 2021 in the cities of Auckland and Whangārei.
If you follow the instructions in this article correctly, you can watch 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup live stream for FREE.
How Can I Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 live Stream?
If you’re not in a country where Women’s Rugby World Cup is made available, you’ll be blocked from accessing the live stream due to broadcasting rights despite having an account with the TV providers.
Don’t worry, you can use a free Smart DNS service to bypass these restrictions. All you need to do is just;
- Register for a free Smart DNS account.
- Configure your device to use Smart DNS.
- Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Complicated? NO! Follow the easy guide below.
STEP 1: Register For A Smart DNS Account
To register, go to the Smart DNS Proxy website and click on Try It Now button.
Next, enter your name, email address and password to register with Smart DNS Proxy and click on SIGN UP.
You should now be getting an email from Smart DNS Proxy to verify your email address.
In the email you’ve received, please click on VERIFY MY EMAIL.
You will now be redirected to your account’s page and you should be able to see your account status.
STEP 2: Smart DNS Proxy Setup
Next, please set up a Smart DNS proxy service on your device.
To do so, click on the (+) icon next to the system you’re using and follow the instructions.
STEP 3: Check Smart DNS Configuration Status
Now that you’ve configured your device to use the Smart DNS, go to your Account and you should see green checkmarks next to DNS Setup and IP activation.
Note: If you didn’t get the green checkmarks, simply refresh the page.
Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 live
Once you configured your device to use Smart DNS service, access Women’s Rugby World Cup live stream via any of the link(s) below.
- iTV Hub
- France 2 TV
- RTE Player
- Spark Sports (7 Days Free)
Note: Some channels require you to register for a free account with them to provide a personalised experience on their sites.
Also, If you have a paid account with any of the listed TV coverage providers, you can also use them to access the matches from abroad.
Do I need To Register To Access ITV Hub?
ITV requires all users to register for a free account before you can watch their programmes. During the registration process, you are free to use any UK based postcode, for example, E17 3AA.
Downloading region-restricted TV/Media App on iOS or Android device
Some apps are geo-restricted which means they are not available in your local app store. To resolve this, please follow the instructions at the links below:
If you’re still having problems TV apps, you can just install Google Chrome app on your device and access the TV site of your choice.
If the TV site is still forcing/redirecting to download their app, you can actually set your browser to request for a Desktop site and access it again.
Know Your Timezone?
You can use WorldTimeBuddy site to convert your time accurately so you don’t miss the matches.
- New Zealand
- South Africa
Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 Pool Draw
How The Draw Is Done?
The teams were randomly drawn from each band, starting with Band 4 (Asia 1, Fiji, Final Qualification winner), then Band 3 (Wales, Europe 1, South Africa), then Band 2 (France, Australia, USA) and finally Band 1 (New Zealand, England, Canada).
The first drawn in each band was placed in First Pool (A), the second in Pool (B) and the third Pool (C).
Seven of the 12 teams qualified directly from Rugby World Cup 2017 in Ireland: reigning champions New Zealand, runners-up England, bronze medallists France, losing semi-finalists USA, plus Canada, Australia and Wales who finished fifth, sixth and seventh respectively.
The remaining five places are filled through a global qualification process which kicked off in South Africa in August 2019.
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